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#1 Posted by LSROTJ (109 posts) - - Show Bio

I would rather see him in his own series set in the late 70s or early 80s so he's a Vietnam vet, when crime was very high and not standing next to a superhero wearing a spandex costume jumping around all over the place. But the thing is though... I would hate to see it with typically clichés like he has to be a character who questions what he does, comes to the obvious answer, has to justify himself to everyone, and have a love interest...

#2 Posted by LSROTJ (109 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmmmm? I'm not sure, I've never given any thought to something like that.

#3 Edited by LSROTJ (109 posts) - - Show Bio

The answer is still no, Mircochip (if he was still alive) wouldn't approve of it, his own son got killed.
Frank said "He doesn't look much older'n twenty"
Frank told him it that it wasn't a game working with him and that it wasn't safe

Welcome Back, Frank
He denounced them for taking down at least four innocents in their various missions. They outlined their plans to him and asked if that wasn't exactly what he wanted. He answered, "No" as he unleashed a hail of bullets on the trio.

Long Cold Dark
Frank once had a dream if he never became the Punisher, since he was a Vietnam vet, he's asked about Iraq.

He didn't want his daughter to know anything about him, he knows what kind of life he has and doesn't want her or anyone living that type of life.

Frank would kill those who killed Dick's family rather than let him become of what he is.

He's talking about Jenny Cesare

#7 Posted by LSROTJ (109 posts) - - Show Bio

I wouldn't bother with War Journal vol 2

#8 Edited by LSROTJ (109 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm not sure if I understand the question... if we're talking about Frank Castle before he became the Punisher, then he would be a good father to him, but he already has his own two kids to take care of.

If we're talking about him as the Punisher, the answer is no. When the Punisher says, "Frank Castle is dead" that means the loving husband and father is gone, the only thing that's left is the solider. The Punisher doesn't have time to raise a kid in any way and he would never train a child how to kill or anything that he does. He doesn't want others following his path as shown during the Circle of Blood storyline with the group known as The Trust.

In the Welcome Back Frank storyline with the Vigilante Squad.

When the Punisher went to Russia, he told a little Russian girl to never play with guns.

In theWidowmaker storyline, Frank tells a cop, "Do you want to be me?"

When he told O'Brien’s twin sister to never tell anything about him to the daughter that he accidentally had with her.

#9 Edited by LSROTJ (109 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't know why people always compare the 80s series with the 03, the 2012 version and others. Yes, the 1987 series versions of Bebop and Rocksteady didn't have much depth but that's because that's not what the show was going for at all, the show had a much different tone. 80s cartoons was a much different time in terms of characterization and storytelling, the 80s series was more like Indiana Jones, adventure, action scenes and funny one-liners.

#10 Edited by LSROTJ (109 posts) - - Show Bio

It's pretty idiotic that they look down on him, there hypocrites, many of them have killed before, such groups like the X-Men have allowed villains they use to fight join them. Even though many of them haven't paid for there crimes, have shown no remorse for it, even went back to be being a villain (such as Magneto), but they didn't even get a slap on the wrist from most of the team members. Cyclops went from someone who followed the rules, to the ends justice the means type of character.

The Punisher uses his military training (Reconnaissance) to target wanted criminals who have killed, molested, raped and so on. As for Wolverine has a more justified reason... look up Punisher Max issue 44.