If you can't beat 'em, join 'em! As announced by Adventures In Poor Taste, Marvel will be bringing Garth Ennis's fan-favorite Punisher MAX villain Barracuda into the mainstream Earth-616 Universe this April in The Punisher Vs. Barracuda, a five-issue miniseries written by Ed Brisson (New Mutants, Dead Man Logan) and drawn by Declan Shalvey… Continue reading News: Barracuda Enters the Mainstream Marvel Universe in “The Punisher Vs. Barracuda”
In Jacobellis v. Ohio, 378 U.S. 184 (1964), a United States Supreme Court case involving Ohio's ban of the Louis Malle film The Lovers (Les Amants) for pornographic obscenity, Justice Potter Stewart was put on the spot to define the meaning of "hardcore pornography". Unable to lay down a definitive and all-encompassing answer, he famously uttered the phrase "I know… Continue reading Review: The Punisher: Kill Krew #2 (of 5) (2019) by Gerry Duggan
Earlier today, Marvel officially released descriptions and art for Garth Ennis's upcoming Punisher: Soviet miniseries. Due for release in November, the six issue storyline will feature veteran Punisher writer Garth Ennis returning to the world of Frank Castle during his time AS THE PUNISHER for the first time since 2009's Punisher War Zone miniseries longtime Garth… Continue reading News: Garth Ennis finds Frank Castle a new ally in upcoming miniseries Punisher: Soviet
Great news from The Lakes International Comic Art Festival in Kendal, UK! During an interview therein, legendary Punisher writer Garth Ennis announced the titles and artists for Soviet and Get Fury, two upcoming Punisher miniseries initially teased in progress in Ennis's closing letter to fans at the end of January 2018's The Punisher MAX: The… Continue reading News: Garth Ennis announces two Punisher miniseries
In Punisher #13, Matthew Rosenberg took a surprising opportunity to address the controversy behind the usage of the Punisher skull by law enforcement. In the comic, two officers investigating a string of violent robberies mistakenly come across The Punisher as a suspect. After realizing who they've stopped, the officers stop to snap a picture with… Continue reading The Punisher Makes It Clear That He’s No Role Model For Law Enforcement
In the last issue of Avengers #10 we saw Wolverine showing Loki a vision of the past and future. The curious fact is that we see the Punisher wearing a medieval armor and a sword. Until now there was no clues about what was going to happen in the future. Lucky for us, Marvel announced… Continue reading Speculation: The Punisher might be an important player in “War of the Realms”
Coinciding with the 20th Anniversary of the Marvel Knights imprint, it was revealed last July at San Diego Comic Con that a new miniseries revolving around the "knights" would be unleashed later this Fall. Marvel.com released a new piece of art (above by Joe Quesada) and exclusive details regarding the series and its 20th Anniversary… Continue reading New Art And Details Released For Marvel Knights’s Upcoming Miniseries And 20th Anniversary Celebration
According to a tweet by writer Ryan Cady, a new Punisher title will come out in September entitled The Punisher: Wasteland Journal. What I can say is we've got a back up story in the OLD MAN LOGAN ANNUAL #1 - @Cleanlined is on art. For now, it's a short story that features Frank taking… Continue reading A Mysterious New Punisher Title Coming Up!