Frank Castle wants to end his war once and for all. But the God of War has other ideas. And now Ares is coming for the Punisher, with an army of heavily armed Apostles at his back, looking to turn Frank back into his old self by murdering his family all over again.
Un Cómic MásAddictive story full of twists with moments of pure adrenaline and suspense.
The Comicbook DispatchThis retcon changes the very foundation of Frank Castle and kind of doesn't jive with what we've always known about the character. I hope that Aaron spends some time connecting the character before with his new version to marry the two together in a more believable light. I genuinely love this version. But my continuity-driven brain needs the part of the map that's missing to better connect the pieces. Hopefully, that's what we get as this series comes to a close on these final issues.
ComicBook.comPunisher #8 is simply a great deal of twisted fun, utilizing both of its distinctive art styles to great effect.
Weird Science Marvel ComicsPunisher #8 gives Frank Castle a mild upgrade and continues to flesh out his backstory with his wife. The art is excellent, and the showdown promises to be epic, but the glacial pacing and lack of plot movement kill the energy and momentum heading into the war.