In the 1980s, Moon Knight gained popularity as a solo character with his back-up series in Hulk Magazine, and then a special solo outing in Marvel Preview #21. Marvel reprinted these stories in three full color Special Editions in 1983.
The Moon Knight Special Editions all had terrific wraparound covers by Bill Sienkiewicz. I think the cover to issue #1 really captures the appeal of Moon Knight, a glittering, slightly insane superhero battling bad guys when most of us are asleep.
The second cover features Moon Knight hunched over Marlene as he faces a mad killer, while the Hulk looks on from the rear. I really admired how Sienkiewicz (and Doug Moench) humanized the character. At times he looked utterly beaten down, exhausted, and about to keel over at any minute.
Special Edition #3 included the reprint of "The Mind Thieves" from Marvel Preview #21. This story was really Moon Knight's coming out party, a giant-sized story that had Marc Spector and Co. travelling to Paris to stop "Operation Cobra". The above scene takes place at the Tatin Museum in Cossé-le-Vivien. Nuff said!