TOYS & ACTION FIGURES

This is a listing of all the Official Moon Knight related toys in my Collection. They are listed in order of release date, from most recent at the top to the oldest at the bottom. Unlike more popular characters like Captain American and Spider-man, Moon Knight doesn't have the privilege of being realized as an action figure very often. This makes all Moon Knight figures relatively hard to find, and highly sought after by collectors. If you know of any figures not in my collection, Please email it to me.










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Pop! Vinyl Zombie Moon Knight #796

In the Spring of 2021 Funko released the fourth Moon Knight Funko with #796 Zombie Moon Knight. As part of the Marvel Zombies Line, this iteration was exclusively sold on the Funko online store. It is a recreation of the Moon Knight seen in the original Marvel Zombies #1. The Pop! line of Vinyl figures from Funko has grown to become quite the phenomenon, and despite being considered a fad by many, it has outlasted even the most optimistic expectations. With tributes to countless franchises, the Pop! series creates pop culture characters within its strict style of enlarged heads with tiny bodies, all rendered in a cartoon style.


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Pop! Vinyl Arach-Knight #681: Walgreen's Exclusive

The Pop! line of Vinyl figures from Funko has grown to become quite the phenomenon, and despite being considered a fad by many, it has outlasted even the most optimistic expectations. With tributes to countless franchises, the Pop! series creates pop culture characters within its strict style of enlarged heads with tiny bodies, all rendered in a cartoon style. In Fall of 2020 Funko released the fourth Moon Knight related Funko with #681, the Arach-Knight. As part of the Infinity Warps Line, Arach-Knight isn't exactly Moon Knight. He is a hybrid of both Moon Knight and Spider-Man. I still felt that was close enough to be worth collecting. This was released exclusively to Walgreen's stores. Two noteworthy aspects of this Pop! is that it both glows in the dark and comes with a stand to keep it in a jumping position.


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Marvel Legends Moon Knight: Walgreen's Exclusive

In 2020, Hasbro released the 3rd official Moon Knight Marvel Legends figure (5th if we include Spinoffs and variants). It is not part of a specific series, and was released as a Walgreen's exclusive. It sold out online within an hour of becoming available. Its release into stores was not on a specific date, and was variable depending on both individual stores, and individual states. The figure is solid white with a outlined crescent on his chest in black ink. This figure comes with several accessories: 2 large crescents, 3 crescent darts, 2 extra hands, a staff, and a replacement head with a black mask. The cape is separate from the hood and is a rigid plastic. This is to allow for the swapping of heads. Although the internet has come to call this a classic costume, it is not an accurate representation of his earlier look. Namely the figures wristbands are white, where in the comic they were silver. The figure also has metal bands on the calves, where the classic costume was just boots. The classic Moon Knight also didn't have large crescents or use the staff until much later. The classic costume also had considerably different belt.


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ONE:12 COLLECTIVE Moon Knight

In 2019, Mezco Toys announced that they were producing a Moon Knight figure for their critically acclaimed One:12 Collective Line. This line of figures is comprised of highly posable figures featuring real cloth costumes, interchangeable features such as alternative heads and hands, and accessories. They have an emphasis on realism and high quality builds. They are also priced well above regular figures, with this Moon Knight figure costing $80. It was offered for sale in the summer of 2019, but units didn't ship to customers until early 2020. This figure is 17cm tall, and features his white costume. It comes with 4 pairs of interchangeable hands, an alternative head and hood, a crescent blade, a staff, nunchucks, grappling hook, and a display base (as well as other display hardware). They released a special variant edition of this figure with the Declan Shalvey costume.


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ONE:12 COLLECTIVE Moon Knight - Crescent Edition

In 2019, Mezco Toys announced that they were producing a Moon Knight figure for their critically acclaimed One:12 Collective Line. This line of figures is comprised of highly posable figures featuring real cloth costumes, interchangeable features such as alternative heads and hands, and accessories. They have an emphasis on realism and high quality builds. They are also priced well above regular figures, with this Moon Knight variant figure costing $85. This particular variant, based on the Declan Shalvey costume design, was offered shortly after the original Moon Knight figure, but shipped earlier, reaching customers as early as fall of 2019. This figure is 17cm tall and comes with 4 pairs of interchangeable hands, an alternative head and hood, a crescent blade, a staff, nunchucks, grappling hook, and a display base (as well as other display hardware).


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Marvel Minimates: Defenders Moon Knight/Punisher 2-Pack

Moon Knight's second incarnation in the Minimates line came in the spring of 2018. Produced by Diamond Select Toys, Minimates are 2 inch tall blocky figures that are released in 2-packs and are best described as large, highly poseable, Lego-like Figures. Their abstract quality makes them aesthetically unique. This particular release is part of the Defenders series, which marks the 75th series of Marvel Minimates to date. The Moon Knight included features his Marvel Now costume, and is noticeably different from his first Minimate incarnation. This figure comes packed with the Punisher. I have not opened this figure, so I can't comment on the build quality yet.


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Pop! Vinyl Moon Knight #272

The Pop! line of Vinyl figures from Funko has grown to become quite the phenomenon, and despite being considered a fad by many, it has outlasted even the most optimistic expectations. With tributes to countless franchises, the Pop! series creates pop culture characters within its strict style of enlarged heads with tiny bodies, all rendered in a cartoon style. The fact that it took this long for a Moon Knight edition to even appear is quite surprising. Yet, within the span of a few months at the end of 2017, Funko released not one, not two, but three Moon Knight's as part of their Marvel series. This here, #272 is the third Moon Knight Pop! Figure, and the first to tribute his classic costume. It was an exclusive to Walgreens stores, and could be purchased form their online store. This is my favorite of the Pop! Moon Knight's.


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Pop! Vinyl Moon Knight #267 - Glow in the Dark

The Pop! line of Vinyl figures from Funko has grown to become quite the phenomenon, and despite being considered a fad by many, it has outlasted even the most optimistic expectations. With tributes to countless franchises, the Pop! series creates pop culture characters within its strict style of enlarged heads with tiny bodies, all rendered in a cartoon style. The fact that it took this long for a Moon Knight edition to even appear is quite surprising. Yet, within the span of a few months at the end of 2017, Funko released not one, not two, but three Moon Knight's as part of their Marvel series. #267 is the second Moon Knight Pop! Figure released, and like #266, is a tribute to his Mr Knight costume from his 2014 series. It was released at the 2017 La Comicon, and remained an exclusive to that con. The most noteworthy aspect of this Pop! is that it glows in the dark. There is also a rare error variant of this particular Pop! that glows incorrectly, and is very hard to find.


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Pop! Vinyl Moon Knight #266

The Pop! line of Vinyl figures from Funko has grown to become quite the phenomenon, and despite being considered a fad by many, it has outlasted even the most optimistic expectations. With tributes to countless franchises, the Pop! series creates pop culture characters within its strict style of enlarged heads with tiny bodies, all rendered in a cartoon style. The fact that it took this long for a Moon Knight edition to even appear is quite surprising. Yet, within the span of a few months at the end of 2017, Funko released not one, not two, but three Moon Knight's as part of their Marvel series. #266 is the first Moon Knight Pop! Figure released, and is a tribute to his Mr Knight costume from his 2014 series. It was released at the 2017 La Comicon, and exclusive to Hot Topic Stores afterwards (despite having an LA Comicon Exclusive sticker).


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Marvel Legends: Spider-man Homecoming: Moon Knight

In 2017, Moon Knight once again saw a full sized Marvel Legends release. Like the Infinite figure before it, this figure featured Declan Shalvey's costume design from the 2014 comic series. Although not part of the Spider-man Homecoming film, Moon Knight was released as part of that wave, and includes part of the vulture build a figure. The figure is solid black with all of the armor accents being white. This figure comes with several accessories: A large crescent, 3 crescent darts, 2 extra hands, and a small staff. One notable feature is that the 3 crescent darts can be placed in slots on one of the replacement hands. The cape is separate from the hood, and is a rigid plastic. The figure seems a little more fragile than previous legends, particularly in the joints, but stands well on its own. This figure has been quickly rising in price since its release.


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Marvel Legends Infinite: Moon Knight

2017 saw Moon Knight included in the launch of a new line from Hasbro, Marvel Legends Infinite, a series of 4" figures. This figure is the first to feature Declan Shalvey's costume design from the groundbreaking 2014 series. This particular figure comes with no accessories. The cape is a rigid plastic, and unlike other figures is separated from the cowl. The figure is painted entirely black and white. The cape has a unique textured design on it, simulating a more cloth like appearance. This figure is light, and the joints feel rather delicate making it hard for it to stand on its own. The figure is currently very affordable, but that may change.


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Disney Vinylmation: Marvel Series 3: Moon Knight

In November 2015, Moon Knight was included in the Marvel Line of Disney Vinylmation figures. The Vinylmation figures are 3" vinyl figures shaped like Mickey Mouse, but painted to look like other characters. Exclusively sold at Disney Parks and Disney stores, these rather unique collectibles hit the market in 2008 and have grown to include multiple series and themes. They are sold in Blind Boxes, meaning the customer doesn't know which actual figure is within each box until it has been purchased and opened. Moon Knight was part of the Third wave of Marvel figures that contained 17 figures. The rarity of Moon Knight is 1 in 12, and considered common within the series. Moon Knights design is attributed to Thomas Scott.


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Bonkazonks Moon Knight

In 2012 Moon Knight became part of one of the more bizarre lines of toys in recent years: Bonkazonks. Bonkazonks is a collectible game from Hasbro described as "free-form stunt-battling." They were sold in individual mystery packs in which the customer would be unaware of which character they were actually purchasing. The items themselves resemble Tops with a simple sticker on them depicting the particular character in question. They are around 1 " tall, hollow, and have a weight on one end. With enough pieces people can compete in a game detailed in the enclosed instructions. It doesn't appear to have caught on, as the Bonkazonk line was short lived. Due to the mystery package design, it is impossible to know which character you are getting.


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Marvel Minimates: Daredevil and Moon Knight 2-Pack

In late 2009, Moon Knight became part of the Minimates toy line thanks to Diamond Select Toys. Minimates are 2 inch tall blocky figures that are released in 2-packs and are best described as large, highly poseable, Lego-like Figures. Their abstract quality makes them aesthetically unique. The majority of figures are made from a standard sculpt, with different decals and paint. This figure comes packaged with a Daredevil figure featuring his armored costume. Moon Knight and his cowl are a solid and sturdy plastic. His paint job is White, with a his facemask being black with grey details. The figure comes with a 2 crescent darts and a fighting stick accessory. The cape makes this particular figure hard to keep standing. One great feature is the presence of spikes on his hands. A feature absent in other Moon Knight toys, and is a welcome nod to Moon Knight's origins.


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Super Hero Squad: Spider-man and Moon Knight 2-Pack

In 2009 Moon Knight became part of the Super Hero Squad line of toys from Hasbro. Started in 2006, this highly stylized line's popularity led to the creation of an animated series and an online video game of the same name. Moon Knight was released as part of wave 16 and was packaged with Spider-man. This figure is very sturdy, and has no moving parts (to make it kid friendly I assume). The main body is an off-white color, with white gloves, cowl, and boots. The figures head is black with white eyes, and features gold accents on the belt. The figure is also permanently holding a staff. Moon Knight never made an appearance in the show, but he did make it into the game as a playable character. This figure is still rather affordable, albeit a little hard to find.


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Marvel Universe: Moon Knight

In 2009 Moon Knight became part of the Marvel Universe line of 3 3/4 inch toys produced by Hasbro. Moon Knight was the 27th figure of the series, and released in May of 2009 as part of Wave 4. The figures were highly poseable, detailed, and often came with an accessory as well as a code for an online activity. This Moon Knight figure is painted predominantly grey and white with a black head. The cowl is a rigid rubber and it comes with a crescent dart and staff accessory. The belt is also a separate piece of plastic that moves independent of the figure. Although it has multiple points of articulation, It is hard to get this figure to stand on its own. This figure is one of the more affordable Moon Knight toys on the market today.


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Marvel Select: Moon Knight

In 2007 Diamond Select released a Moon Knight Figure as part of their Marvel Select line. This series was characterized by detailed sculpts (often at the expense of poseability), accessories, and a prop piece/base. They were priced higher than standard figures of the time, and tended to be released in LCS/Specialty shops, not toy stores. The paint job is predominantly grey with white gloves, belt, and boots. His cowl is made of a rigid and inflexible rubber. It comes with 2 crescent darts as well as a free-standing Khonshu statue (which is hollow from the back), and a durable stone crescent base piece. The majority of the figure is sturdy with the exception of the Khonshu's staff, which is flimsy. This particular figure has become rather rare in recent years.


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Marvel Legends: Moon Knight Series 15 (MODOK)

In 2006 Moon Knight became part of the Popular Marvel Legends Line with 15th series, also known as the MODOK series. This line was characterized by highly poseable figures, numerous accessories, an included comic book (In earlier waves), and a part of an even larger figure. This particular Moon Knight figure has a black costume and white/grey boots, gloves, and cowl. His cowl is made of a flexible rubber. He comes with a Set of Nunchaku (connected by string), and a plastic Staff. The accessories are flimsy, but the figure is relatively robust. The comic included is a reprint of Marvel Team Up #7. According to MarvelLegends.net, it was sculpted by Dave Coretez (Follow the link for more images).


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Marvel Legends: Moon Knight Series 15 (MODOK) SILVER VARIANT EDITION

This figure is a variant edition of the 2006 Marvel Legends Moon Knight figure listed above. It was part of the same release, but was limited to a much smaller production run. The figure is identical to the regular edition in every way except for the paint job. The main body is painted silver instead of the black that characterizes the regular edition. As with other variants in the Marvel Legends line, the rarity of this figure is significantly higher than the regular edition, and the prices reflect that difference. It comes packed with the same accessories and comic book as the regular edition.


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Marvel's Gold: Moon Knight

In 1998 Toy Biz created a small, exclusive line of figures devoted to characters that were less likely to make it into existing toy lines. This line, Marvel's Gold, was designed to be released exclusively in specialty shops, and allegedly as a mailaway offer. These figures had limited production runs, and were the result of repurposed sculpts and accessories and some new features. The Moon Knight figure had a limited run of 10,000. This was the first "standard" sized Moon Knight figure, and was a repainted Hercules body with a Spider-man head. It is painted a solid white, with small black line's detailing his symbol, gloves, and boots. The head is solid black with white eyes. His unique features are a plastic/vinyl cape and belt. The belt resembles the design qualities of Stephen Platt's art. Unfortunately, due to the Vinyl material, the cape has a really ugly and unfortunate shape to the hood. Like most figures of the time, poseability is limited. The Cowl remains an eyesore.


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Marvel Universe: Moon Knight

This the first Official Moon Knight toy ever made, and it is also by far the largest. Released in 1997 and Standing 10 inches tall, this Figure was part of Toy Biz's extensive "Marvel Universe" Line of 10 inch figures. All of these large figures featured simple paint jobs, limited poseability, and cheap plastic parts. His body is predominantly a single shade of white. His belt, wrist and shin bands are yellow, with black accents. His mask is black, and his cowl is made of a silky cloth that tends to fray at the edges. It is a light figure, but stands with ease thanks to the ankle articulation. It is definitely a product of its time and looks odd next to the hyper poseable figures of the last 15 years. Compared to other Moon Knight toys, this one is particularly cheap and easy to come by online for a fair price.


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