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The hottest launch of the summer continues. Hunting for the villains behind the Wedding Day massacre, The Punisher will leave no body unturned! With Detectives Bolt and Clemons on his tail, the massacre's only survivor will seek the Punisher's aid...which might be the worst of all possible choices.

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The Old Dog vs. The New Breed 0

Frank uses Malloy to track down The Exchange but the new kids on the block have plans of their own for The Punisher.    The Good I've got to start by saying that Marco Checchetto's art is absolutely breathtaking on this book. He has such a unique style that really stands out among Marvel's books. And Hollingsworth doing colors on this book is a great move. I've been loving his work on Max, but he gives both books totally separate identities. These two combine to give a wholly new, appropriately ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Shooting a Woman in the Back. This Punisher Is Serious. 0

The body count rises in the second issue of Punisher's new ongoing series by Greg Rucka and Marco Checchetto, who prove without a doubt that they get the character of Frank Castle. This is the Punisher in the Marvel Universe without excuses, without apology and without compromise.   Rucka and Checchetto continue with their silent Punisher for another issue to great effect. This works so well because there is really nothing here that Punisher needs to say. Frank Castle does not really banter. Thi...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

This is The Punisher that I like! Brilliant, well-rounded issue! 0

I was impressed with the first issue of Greg Rucka's "The Punisher" but felt a little shorted. The main story seemed brief in order to include a fun but not as satisfying second story. I really wanted more. Well, I certainly got it in "The Punisher" #2. This is brilliant issue that shows off Rucka's ability to capture the crime story vibe in his writing while expanding his take on The Punisher character. There's no more Punisher driving downtown in broad daylight in an ice cream truck with rock...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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