Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #8 (2023) by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta

Another month has passed and this new run by Jason Aaron continues to pave a new direction for The Punisher that barely resembles the character as we have come to know him. Is it a bad thing? Well, maybe not for some fans. But, old school fans might struggle with reading this run, especially those… Continue reading Review (With Spoilers!): The Punisher Vol. 13 #8 (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: Punisher: Kill Krew #5 by Gerry Duggan & Juan Ferreyra

Half a year ago, a civilian named Jones lost his entire family at the hands of a bastard frost giant named Kasyckla. The Punisher swore vengeance, put on a viking helmet, hooked his trusty battle van to one of Thor's goats and declared war on all the otherworldly monsters who benefited from the Earth's misery… Continue reading Review: Punisher: Kill Krew #5 by Gerry Duggan & Juan Ferreyra

Review: Punisher: Kill Krew #4 by Gerry Duggan

Before making this review, I want to apologize to all the fans for the wait. As you all may know, I've been a little busy¬†with organizing The Punisher Day (2019.10.30). Hopefully, next year will bring even more engagement and community support for Frank. Without further ado, let's jump back into the penultimate issue of this… Continue reading Review: Punisher: Kill Krew #4 by Gerry Duggan

Review: The Punisher: Kill Krew #3 (of 5) (2019) by Gerry Duggan

In the wake of the War of the Realms, a father named Jones had his entire family crushed and immolated in a car wreck at the hands of frost giant Kasyckla. Several children were also left orphaned by the murder of their entire families. While the chaos may be a regular semi-annual and fairly mundane… Continue reading Review: The Punisher: Kill Krew #3 (of 5) (2019) by Gerry Duggan

Review: Marvel Knights 20th #02 by Donny Cates & Matthew Rosenberg

In this second story Frank Castle and Bruce Banner continues the pursuit other names and try to find out what really happened to their memories. This story is original and it's great that we have a very rich cast of players in this book but as a reader I didn't think we had a great… Continue reading Review: Marvel Knights 20th #02 by Donny Cates & Matthew Rosenberg

Review: Marvel Knights #1 (2018) by Donny Cates

The new Marvel Knights run marks the 20th anniversary of this fantastic team book that mostly consists with street level heroes. The original concept was Daredevil creating a team to put down the Punisher. You can always buy the recently released Marvel Knights trade paperback written by Chuck Dixon with the artwork by Eduardo Barreto.… Continue reading Review: Marvel Knights #1 (2018) by Donny Cates

New Art And Details Released For Marvel Knights’s Upcoming Miniseries And 20th Anniversary Celebration

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