Khonshu (or in other writings, he has many writing possibilities) is the Egypt God behind Moon Knight aka Marc Spector.
If you wanna read more in my first post about "Moon Knight" check it out here:
I will not spoil what happens in the Serie of Moon Knight, no, I just write down that it's a real mythology. Not only in the Marvel Multiverse...
Khonsu is well-known as an ancient Egyptian god. He is the god of the Moon, to be more specific. His name means something like "traveller", and this may relate to the perceived nightly travel of the Moon across the sky. Same meaning a "Moon Stone" has, this protects the travelers on their ways. If you know this kind of stone, it's beautiful blue white shiny in the light. I love it. One of my. Favorites. But let's go on, along with Thoth (another Egypt God) Khonshu marked the passage of time. Khonsu was instrumental in the creation of new life in all living creatures. At Thebes Khonshu formed part of a family triad (the "Theban Triad") with Mut (his mother) and Amun (his father).
Khonsu's name reflects that the moon, which is also called "Iah" in Egyptian, travels across the night sky, which is why he is also called a "traveler". At other times, he also bore the titles of "hugger," "pathfinder," and "protector," as people used to believe that he watched over those who traveled at night. As the god of light at night, Khonsu was called to protect against wild animals and help with healing. It is said that when Khonsu made the crescent moon shine, women became pregnant, livestock became fertile, and all nostrils and every throat filled with fresh air. So the legends say. But legends say also that this gods are not from this planet... Like in the comics... They are from a kind of pocket universe, if I remember correctly (in the comics).
Khonshu in Marvel Comics
Khonshu in the comics is a bit different shown. He seems to be more like Death pool or Venom. He has a sarcastic or ironic way to be. I like it.
my Khonshu Drawing
Yes, Cellphone was full loaded so I could make enough pics I think.
So you can nearly see step by step, line by line from the beginning to the end.
First I draw it in my sketchbook with a normal pencil, after I digitalised it and manipulated it via Photoshop.
All done by myself like always.
What you think? Feel free to leave me a comment.
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