The Punisher MAX The End The End tells of Frank Castle s last stand In a world gone mad the Punisher just might be the sanest man on Earth Now he s heading home to the place it all began and heaven help anyone who stands i

  • Title: The Punisher MAX: The End
  • Author: Garth Ennis Richard Corben
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The End tells of Frank Castle s last stand In a world gone mad, the Punisher just might be the sanest man on Earth Now he s heading home, to the place it all began, and heaven help anyone who stands in his path.

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      Published :2019-02-03T10:41:01+00:00

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    1. A fitting end for The Punisher? I think so.Spoiler alert.To speak for humanity by wiping out the last humans, the evil men who brought about Earth's destruction, seems fitting. It taps into the ethos of The Punisher whilst also delivering the blow for those who couldn't defend themselves. The irony is a sadness for the ultimate punishment.

    2. I haven't read many Punisher books, so this was my introduction to the comicbook Punisher. I love Richard Corben, and he doesn't disappoint here. The art is awesome, especially the face close-ups. Ennis's dialogue and prose is on-point, but I wasn't a huge fan of the story overall. As a stand-alone, short story it is quite nice. I'd recommend it for fans of Ennis and Corben.

    3. Only the fallout from World War III can kill the Punisher. Even with this cataclysmic event destroying the planet, Frank does his best to punish the people responsible for it. They thought ahead, built fallout shelters with the means to survive 100 years and repopulate. Unfortunately for them, Frank knows where they are and has lost trust in humanity a long time ago. He doesn't care about the future of the human race when all it's capable of is destroying itself.

    4. My Brief Bookshelf Overview: badass-to-the-extreme, bold-or-unapologetic, grim, likable-or-deep-characters, mature, suspenseful-or-engaging, violentABSOLUTE RATING: 4/5 starsSTANDARDIZED RATING: <4/5 stars>This was good, but when it comes to Ennis and the Punisher, I've learned to set my expectations just a little higher.

    5. This book made no sense. Looking beyond the technical quibbles like "radiation poisoning causing your face to melt", there's no motivation behind the characters. Frank Castle is nothing more than a common nihilist who is satisfying a modern fad of anti-capitalism.

    6. The ultimate end to The Punisher. His tale has always been one of Punishing the wicked do gooders, and this end of the world tale delivers a truly fitting end.

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