Review: Punisher War Journal: Blitz (2022)

It's been more or less 16 years since Marvel gave a War Journal title to Punisher fans, but this time it's three one-shots, not a limited series. These one-shots are prequels to the main storyline. Artwork by Lan Medina Storyline:Torunn Grønbekk delivered a very decent take on Frank Castle, at his present state as the… Continue reading Review: Punisher War Journal: Blitz (2022)

Review: The Punisher Vol. 13 #3 (2022) by Jason Aaron, Jesús Saiz and Paul Azaceta

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

Review: The Punisher #8 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg

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

Review: The Punisher #6 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg

The first arc is done. And ended with the perfect set up for the coming issue /arc. Life isn't good for Frank in this moment, more and more he is in a deep hole and more difficult to get out but certainly he will find a way. Matthew Rosenberg keeps doing a fantastic job with… Continue reading Review: The Punisher #6 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg

Review: The Punisher #5 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg

If I could describe this run in one word, it would be "badass". I can't describe the excitement not only reading this Punisher run, but making this review... Yes, it was late but it will be worthwhile. As always I will try to keep this spoiler-free as possible. We are almost reaching the end of… Continue reading Review: The Punisher #5 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg

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: The Punisher #4 (2018) By Matthew Rosenberg

Matthew Rosenberg continues to give us a great roller coaster ride at the helm of this Punisher title. Last issue we saw the appearance of Jigsaw in a Punisher book after eight years since his last appearance in The Punisher: "In the Blood" miniseries by Rick Remender. It was a brief appearance but really satisfying.… Continue reading Review: The Punisher #4 (2018) By 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

Review: The Punisher #3 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg

First of all sorry for the lack of updates, it's been almost two weeks without my laptop and only now I had the time to review this fantastic issue. The main focus of this issue is the relationship between the Punisher and Daredevil while they fight for their lives in a very confined space full… Continue reading Review: The Punisher #3 (2018) by Matthew Rosenberg