is punisher peak human?
Castle was Marine RECON in Vietnam during its worst period for Americans. He's seen it all on the battle field. He didn't have the luxury of being injected with super-soldier serum to get his skills. He just doesn't possess superhuman abilities though I think he could still wipe the floor with plenty of the meta-humans on wits alone.
It depends if you followed the Franken-Castle story arc. At the end of that arc, he was magically restored to "peak" condition. And he's age was supposedly reset to like 30s. I dunno, I just read that in an interview or review soemwhere and I didn't follow the Franekcastle story arc.
Can someone please educate me or maybe point me to the right direction? What exactly is peak human condition, as in, what are the factors that fit into that description... it seems it'd be self-explanatory, but I don't like to assume. Please help?
" @InnerVenom123: That was one point, but when he ended up running from that SWAT team and and when he was facing all the villains that The Hood resurrected he was getting knocked around if I remember, but only when he was outnumbered. Daken is the only example I remember of him being outclassed one on one, but he isn't peak human for sure. "Fixed.
Anyway... I don't recall the SWAT thing.
To be fair, he wasn't at his a-game when he fought Daken. (Having to murder your own family with a flamethrower can do that).
I can understand that, but I liked Remender portraying him as not being unstoppable against terrible odds.
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