Frank Castle doubles down on his war on crime courtesy of two of the finest creators ever to take on the character. If you're a mob boss, hitman or hired goon, one day you're gonna end up in Punisher's War Journal. And it won't be long before he crosses you off . As Frank continues his relentless mission, he'll lock horns with old foe Daredevil, team up with Spider-Man, anFrank Castle doubles down on his war on crime courtesy of two of the finest creators ever to take on the character. If you're a mob boss, hitman or hired goon, one day you're gonna end up in Punisher's War Journal. And it won't be long before he crosses you off . As Frank continues his relentless mission, he'll lock horns with old foe Daredevil, team up with Spider-Man, and meet a feisty new sparring partner - get ready for Punisher vs. Wolverine as only Jim Lee could draw it! "Acts of Vengeance" sees Frank take on new foe Bushwacker as Doctor Doom and Kingpin machinate behind the scenes.COLLECTING: PUNISHER WAR JOURNAL (1988) 1-19, MATERIAL FROM PUNISHER ANNUAL 2...
|Title||:||Punisher War Journal by Carl Potts & Jim Lee|
|Number of Pages||:||504 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Punisher War Journal by Carl Potts & Jim Lee Reviews
This collects the first 19 issues of the original Punisher War Journal from the late 80s and early 90s. It features a little more dialogue than I am use to from Punisher books nowadays, but that is fine here as I love his dynamic with Micro. This is my first time reading these War Journal issues and I am glad they keep the running joke alive from the regular main Punisher book also being published at the time that Punisher is constantly getting his trademark Battle Van lost in the line of duty. Some things comically do not hold up today that I have not seen in a Punisher book in many years like with this line of War Journal's focus on Castle using the latest and greatest tech gadgets. That aside I still dug this run of Punisher books. When it comes to the original late 80s to mid 90s Punisher books I will lean toward's Baron's work on the primary Punisher book instead. However, there is still some great arcs here, including a nice standoff with Wolverine in Africa, Punisher bailing Micro out of a jam in Maui and I dug artist Jim Lee's take on the Punisher here. I started reading this trade while I was watching the Netflix series. I went on to be stunned to see some of the minor periphery characters and plot points from the opening arc of this War Journal trade are featured to set up the overall story arc and characters in the Netflix series.
Jim Lee is a god. Even his early work shows the detail and style he is now known for.This War Journal Collection has awesome artwork, but the story and dialog were rather weak. It seems 25 Years has taken the bloom of the rose for what I recalled was one of favorite Punisher storylines back in the 90’s.
Běh na dlouhou trať. Ale špatné to nebylo. Jim Lee tehdy sice ještě nebyl nic moc, ale nějak se držel. Některé sešity hrozně ukecané, některé trochu nudnější, ale vesměs to byly spíš příjemné záležitosti.Celkem mě ale párkrát zarazilo nelogické chování některých postav - tak třeba Wolverine se chová jako fanatický PETAř a chce zabít Punishera jen proto, že v sebeobraně zabil gorilu a pak mu nedělá problém zabít jinou zvěř a pak ji jen tak nechat ležet.Padouch Bushwacker zase nechá Franka žít, když ho může zabít jen proto, že způsob, jakým se o jeho zabití pokoušel byl "málo umělecký" a během jejich dalšího souboje se místo boje zaobírá tím, že mu dala kopačky jeho stará. Takže v některých případech divné, ale příběhově lepší průměr.
A blast from the past! "BUDDA, BUDDA, BUDDA"