In the Disney+ series, Moon Knight has not covered even the surface of what the character has to offer. As the character suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder, he has three known personalities. The first season was mainly about Marc Spector and his one alter, Steven Grant. The third personality, Jake Lockley, also made his presence felt from time to time. Jake Lockley was properly introduced in the post-credit scene and he is the most violent personality of Moon Knight. Hopefully, we might get to see more of him in the upcoming season of the series.
Moon Knight season 2 will be more about Jake Lockley
Jeremy Slater, in an interview with Inverse, told that Jake Lockley will appear in the next Moon Knight’s outing in MCU. He also added that the MCU version of Lockley is not the same as the comic book version of the character. He said, “Marc and Steven are still totally unaware of his existence. We don’t necessarily know, is he good? Is he evil? We know he’s working for Khonshu. We know he has some sort of arrangement. And we know he is definitely more on board with Khonshu’s worldview in terms of punishing evildoers.”
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He even added, “Everything is in service of the greater good. But is he going to be a friend? Is he an enemy? I think all those are really exciting questions for whoever takes up the reins. Whoever gets to tell the next Moon Knight story, whether that’s me or someone else, is an exciting promise. This guy’s story is definitely not done.”
Jake Lockley is the violent side of Marc Spector
Marc Spector’s personality Steven Grant was a peace-loving man as opposed to Marc, who was a mercenary. But Jake Lockley is way more violent than him. In the post-credit scene, he is seen killing Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow upon the instruction of Khonshu. Even after, Marc and Steven were free from Khnoshu’s control, it seems Jake is still serving God.
He is still serving as Khonshu’s fist of vengeance. He kills without remorse and is merciless. It is still a question of whether he would really work as a hero or cause mayhem.