V (As in for Vendetta) vs. Punisher

Fight takes place in London within the Vertigo universe. This is certainly to the death. Punisher considers V as a cold-blooded murderer and obviously this is enough for him to want to kill him. V organizes a showdown in the London Underground; each character has one day prep time. Also, if this were to be a graphic novel, would you want Alan Moore, Garth Ennis or somebody else to write it? Tough choice right?

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Posted by BlueLantern1995

Punisher kills V...

Posted by Bionder

Punisher can handle it.

Edited by TheCrimsonMistake

Punisher takes it, and Ennis writes it

Posted by daak1212

Umm well if V was like anything in the movie he should stomp.

Posted by Super_SoldierXII

V was a pretty tough hombre in the movies. Speed bordering on the supernatural. But nothing Punisher himself has not done in the wonderful world of comics.

I vote Frank FTW.

Posted by BringnIt

Probably ends up with them both dead.

Posted by Mad8Baller
@BringnIt said:

Probably ends up with them both dead.

Double suicide.
V sets up a thousand bombs or something during the whole day.
Battle happens, V probably gets shot to death like in the movie since all he has is some Kevlar and then the whole underground of London explodes and collapses.
I'm sorry but Punisher isn't surviving that, unless he knows from experience that V loves to use bombs as his main weapon.
Posted by society619

In Frank we trust

Posted by Rusty_Irons

V if he organized the fight.

Posted by TheSuperHuman

Good match. Since this is London, V pretty much knows how to use the area to his advantage. Frank is going to have one hell of a time tracking him, as well as combating him. It could go either way based on feats for each character.

Posted by spiderpool94

@TheSuperHuman said:

Good match. Since this is London, V pretty much knows how to use the area to his advantage. Frank is going to have one hell of a time tracking him, as well as combating him. It could go either way based on feats for each character.

in all fairness 'tracking' isn't a problem, it's an invited showdown in London Underground.