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    The Punisher #9

    The Punisher » The Punisher #9 - You Talkin' To Me? released by Marvel Knights on April 2002.

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    Can the Punisher stop the Mr. Badwrench and the Medallion?

    Frank Castle is back in NYC, but so is the disgusting new menace know as The Medallion! His goal: nothing less than total control over every single cab in the Big Apple. Can The Punisher stop this maniac's meter before it's too late? You may not know how valuable taxi medallions are right now, but soon you'll know only too well.

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     "You Talkin' To Me?" is the third issue in a largely forgotten six month run of fill-in writers that fell in the middle of Garth Ennis' incredible (and otherwise uninterrupted) eight page run on "The Punisher". At a time when Ennis was breathing new life into the character, Tom Peyer's story falls rather flat. This issue (and the entire Medallion story arc) is simply bizarre, and much as that's due to a genuine attempt at tongue-in-cheek humor, a knowing wink to the reader isn't enough t...

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