This issue marks the end of the first half of this run ("Book One" (of Two)) and the conclusion of the fight with Frank vs. Ares. STORY (w/spoilers) Cover by Jesús Saiz This issue's main highlight was the fight between Ares and Frank, nineteen pages of Frank versus a God. Frank went full "army of… Continue reading Review: The Punisher Vol. 13 #6 (2022) by Jason Aaron, Jesús Saiz & Paul Azaceta
Issue #5 had a cover and synopsis that indicated a turn of events in this run. Rather than a return to form for Frank Castle, we received yet another retcon in Frank's origins. STORY (Mild Spoilers) The main focus of this storyline was developing Frank's past through his middle school years and beyond. We got… Continue reading Review: The Punisher Vol. 13 #5 (2022) by Jason Aaron, Jesús Saiz and Paul Azaceta
For awhile, Marvel changed minor details about the Punisher's origins for the sake of new stories, while still respecting the core of his character. Sadly, Marvel hasn't kept true to this move over the past two decades and has consistently altered the "real origin" and reasons why Frank Castle becomes the Punisher.
Art by Jesús Saiz & colored by Dave Stewart Issue #3 came out last week and the big highlight this time was Frank's first kill. After the big controversy in issue #2 with Frank's new childhood violence and "therapy", we received a more nuanced explanation on Frank's first kill and the motivations behind it. It's… Continue reading Review: The Punisher Vol. 13 #3 (2022) by Jason Aaron, Jesús Saiz and Paul Azaceta
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
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
Another good Punisher comic with barely his presence, but he is the mastermind of a very credible "Prison Break". Rosenberg presented us with a very smart and probably the most credible way to escape prison from the entire Punisher history of the last 45 years. The Punisher has been in prison many times, especially in… Continue reading Review: The Punisher #8 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg
There has been a lot of discussion about Billy Russo's scars not being faithful to the comic books. Everyone knows that in the comic books that Billy Russo is "Jigsaw". He assumed that identity when Frank Castle shredded his face into a glass pane. In the series and after some interviews they don't seem to… Continue reading Rumor: Billy Russo might assume “Jigsaw” identity later in the show
There is no better way to start the new year without Punisher news! And we all know how Punisher fans need it. The second teaser which can be said that it's the first one "officially" launched is finally out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFruVNpoWfQ I can breakdown this teaser by saying that Frank is on the road "trying" to… Continue reading News: The second teaser is out and finally the release date is confirmed!