Punisher: In the Blood #5

    Punisher: In the Blood » Punisher: In the Blood #5 - Part 5 released by Marvel on May 2011.

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    Part 5 last edited by pikahyper on 08/28/18 01:09AM View full history

    No more cat and mouse, no more games, no more Machiavellian manipulations, this is it, face to face, the unavoidable brutal showdown: The Punisher versus The Jigsaw Brothers! They’ve twisted the knife that The Hood left buried in Frank’s gut. They’ve dismantled his only friendship. They’ve killed innocent people in their pursuit of revenge. Now, they’re locked in a room with The Punisher, and they’re about to get everything they worked so hard for. And then some. This is it, the shocking conclusion to writer Rick Remender’s (Uncanny X-Force) Punisher saga, brutally illustrated by superstar Roland Boschi (Ghost Rider).



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    Predictable But Satisfying End! 0

    Cover:    These covers continue to amaze me.  I really dig when I collect a series and that if I were to lay them all out over a table, they'd make a really outstanding sight.  I got that from this entire series; I'd be really happy to just show off the art on these covers.  The Good:     For a conclusive issue, it certainly has the momentum and pace to where you really want to continue reading.  I thought the family and daddy issues, normally pretty clichéd, were handled pretty believable and...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Mexican standoff on a rooftop. 0

    Punisher: In the Blood #5 of 5 and the finally of this mini-series and Rick Remender on Punisher.   The Story: Frank,Jigsaw and Henry are fighting on the rooftop.   The Good: The thing I liked the most in all of this mini-series was the relationship between Henry and his dad.It's obvious Jigsaw would have been a terrible father and he knew that and he took himself out of the picture but then he tries to bond with his estranged son but fails miserably.Also the fight was very tense.The art was sol...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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