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Too often a milestone issue # is hyped beyond belief, and then when you finally read it, the issue doesn't live up to expectations. Something is pulled out of thin air to try and make a "moment" in the book, and it's usually mediocre and not well thought out. After reading Punisher #50, it actually feels like Frank Castle's past actions have led him to the final moments of this issue.Garth Ennis has once again gone into the mind of the Punisher and it works very well. It would be easy to continu...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Where to start with this one? I will be combining my thoughts of this particular book with the others that follow in the same story. Well, I will start with the first thing that I noticed about this. The artwork. It's horrible. There really are no redeeming qualities about it whatsoever. The colors are bland, the style is far too bright and cartoon-like for the general feel of the Punisher (especially when compared to that of Mother Russia and Man of Stone), some backgrounds aren't even done an...1 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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