The Punisher #35

    The Punisher » The Punisher #35 - Jigsaw Puzzle: Part 1 released by Marvel on July 1990.

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    Jigsaw Puzzle: Part 1 last edited by pikahyper on 02/04/20 02:13PM View full history

    The Rev and Jigsaw are in cahoots to turn Frank Castle’s life into a living hell.

    While staking out a cocaine warehouse, Punisher discovers the operation is being run by none other than his long-time nemesis Jigsaw. Punisher destroys the warehouse, but jigsaw survives the blast and manages to escape. Upon returning to his own safehouse, Punisher and Micro have a falling out over Micro's lack of involvement and interest in Punisher's war on crime. Jigsaw turns to the Rev for assistance, who has now become a Satan worshiper due to his disillusionment caused by his encounters with Punisher. Upon further analysis, the drug found in the warehouse was not cocaine, but rather it was a highly concentrated poison. The Punisher decides to investigate further.



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    Puzzle for Pseudo-Punisher Fans 0

    Now I know why Jigsaw rarely shows himself in Punisher stories.This character is just wrong, and plain stupid.He has no motivation, besides getting revenge for losing a fight against the Punisher. He is absolutely no threat to Punisher.He is just a gun-toting loon.He is a complete distraction and a stands in the way of deep storytelling. There is nothing to this man, it's a broken-down Joker, crawling at the end of some lonesome alleyway, searching for characterization and motivation.Want to kn...

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