The Egyptian Gods in Moon Knight Differ From Other MCU Gods Because Of This Terrifying Reason

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The Disney+ series, Moon Knight, is quite interesting to watch. The plot is gripping, and the performances are amazing. However, one of the things that stands out the most in this series, is its adaptation of Egyptian Gods and mythology.


These fascinating deities give mystery and intrigue to the show. However, these Egyptian Gods are not like the other divine beings in the MCU. There is a basic difference between them and the other MCU Gods. This difference is quite terrifying. We reveal this difference and dive deeper into the topic in this article. What do you think of these Gods? Let us know your opinions in the comments section below.

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The Egyptian Gods In The Disney+ Series

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The Moon God, Khonshu

These Gods are adapted from Egyptian mythology. They are the centerpiece of this show. These Egyptian Gods have amazing origin stories and messy interpersonal relationships with their fellow Gods. All of this allows for a lot of drama and conflict. The show does well to present all this in an entertaining manner. From The Moon God Khonshu to the terrifying deity Ammit, Moon Knight has a lot of intriguing Gods. Next, we take a look at the reason why they differ from the other Gods of the MCU.

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The Reason Why The Egyptian Gods in Moon Knight Differ From Other MCU Gods

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The Goddess Ammit

One Word: Malevolent. They are quite antagonistic towards humans and don’t really care about the fate of the earth. This is in sharp contrast to other MCU gods, such as those adopted from the Norse myths. Gods from other groups are far friendlier and concerned with Earth’s wellbeing. The same cannot be said to be true for the Egyptian Gods. They are cold and indifferent. This reason is quite terrifying.


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Moon Knight: Where and When to Watch New Episodes

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Moon Knight’s Poster

The Show airs on the streaming service Disney+.

Season 1 of the show would have 6 episodes. Each episode is 40-50 minutes long.


New episodes are released every Wednesday.

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