Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #11 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Art by Jesus Saiz, Colors by Matt Hollingsworth After Frank Castle fully manifested the powers of the Beast last issue, he led an all out war on the criminal underground far greater than ever before. Corpses and body parts were strewn from the wreckage of broken planes and left to shark ridden waters. Entire skyscrapers… Continue reading Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #11 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #10 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Art by Jesus Saiz, Colors by Matt Hollingsworth "It's a bad day to be a bad guy." While his rise to newfound power comes with a supernatural focus, this issue brings forth new and greater victories for The Punisher, not yet seen in his mainstream 616 form. As the story unfolds in post-war flashbacks as… Continue reading Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #10 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #9 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Art by Jesus Saiz, Colors by Matt Hollingsworth Nine issues in and finally this run is starting to provide some consequences and answers. While this issue is framed by the action of the long-awaited rematch between Ares and The Punisher, the plot actually progresses forward in several ways, which have made me feel slightly more… Continue reading Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #9 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #7 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Art by Jesus Saiz, Colors by Dave Stewart While the cover and cliffhanger of last issue set up the meat of this issue to be the conflict between Daredevil and The Punisher, their battle is brief and more of a teaser for a prolonged conflict between these heroes and their new respective ninja clans to… Continue reading Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #7 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #2 (2022) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Issue #2 brings further insight into the big bad(s) of the series, the motivations of The Hand themselves and why The Punisher has chosen to ally with the villainous ninja cult in the first place. The answers are not pretty.

Review: The Punisher Vol. 13 #1 (2022) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

After over two years since the last Punisher ongoing (Volume 12 by Matthew Rosenberg), Frank Castle has finally returned. This current run is going to be a twelve-issue maxi-series running at an oversized length of at least 30 pages per issue and promises a big status quo shift for The Punisher. Pure Attitude and Style… Continue reading Review: The Punisher Vol. 13 #1 (2022) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Review: Punisher: Soviet #6 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows

Purchase Punisher: Soviet at your local comic book store or digitally on Comixology here! After some mutual war story bonding, The Punisher and his new Russian counterpart Valery Stepanovich decided to take on their mutual Russian mobster enemy Konstantin Pronchenko by first capturing his wife Zenaida Sebrovna. After a seemingly successful operation, the two learned… Continue reading Review: Punisher: Soviet #6 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows

Review: Punisher: Soviet #5 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows

Purchase Punisher: Soviet at your local comic book store or digitally on Comixology here! The Punisher and his new Russian vigilante comrade Valery Stepanovich have officially joined forces in an effort to take down former Russian Lieutenant Colonel REMF (rear echelon motherfucker)/current Russian mobster Konstantin Pronchenko. After a seemingly successful assault resulting in the capture… Continue reading Review: Punisher: Soviet #5 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows

Review: Punisher: Soviet #4 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows

Purchase Punisher: Soviet at your local comic book store or digitally on Comixology here!   The slow burn of Punisher: Soviet and its exploration of former Russian paratrooper/current vigilante Valery Stepanovich's beef with former Russian Lieutenant Colonel REMF (rear echelon motherfucker)/current Russian mobster Konstantin Pronchenko┬áhas finally ignited into a firestorm. Valery returned from the horrific… Continue reading Review: Punisher: Soviet #4 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows

Review: Punisher: Soviet #3 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows

Purchase Punisher: Soviet at your local comic book store or digitally on Comixology here! Happy New Year, Punisher Central readers! To kick off this decade in the right way, Marvel has moved up their comic release schedule and given us the third chapter of Punisher: Soviet TODAY merely three weeks after the last issue. After… Continue reading Review: Punisher: Soviet #3 (2020) by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows