Punisher: Franken-Castle #1

    Punisher: Franken-Castle » Punisher: Franken-Castle #1 - HC released by Marvel on November 2010.

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    The Punisher is dead, so who, or what, is the giant patchwork monster skulking through the tunnels under New York? And what do those strange armored Japanese hunters tracking him want? Criminals are no longer being killed; they are simply vanishing into thin air. Listen closely, you can hear their pleas far below the streets. Those forgotten by society have a new protector. The Legion of Monsters has found a new leader. Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster? Collecting DARK REIGN: THE LIST - PUNISHER, PUNISHER #11-16, FRANKEN-CASTLE #17-21 and DARK WOLVERINE #88-89.

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    The Punisher joins the Legion of Monsters!

    Hundreds have tried, but only Daken, the son Wolverine, succeeds in killing Frank Castle... but even in the face of death, The Punisher won't stay down! With his remains stitched back together into a heap of scarred flesh and machinery, The Punisher is reborn as the terrifying monster Franken-Castle!

    The monsters of the Marvel universe are being hunted into extinction and The Punisher is resurrected by Morbius the Living Vampire and his cohorts in the Legion of Monsters to be their savior. Will Franken-Castle forsake those who granted him new life, or does enough humanity remain beneath the stitched-together husk of a man to join their cause and fight alongside the legion as one of their own?

    Plus: Franken-Castle seeks revenge on his killer, and he finds it in Tokyo!



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    The Story: After being chopped into pieces by Daken, the Legion Of Monsters stitch him back together creating Franken-Castle. My Thoughts:I was skeptical about this whole idea of turning the Punisher into "Franken-Castle" as the idea seemed a little out there to me. I ended up deciding to give the story a shot mostly due to the fact I got a good deal on the hardcover and it was written by Rick Remender. Unfortunately this isn't Remender's best work. It'll probably never be remembered or consider...

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