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Broken, savage and at his lowest, Frank Castle lurks in dark places, hunted by pitiless assassins and their mysterious leader Hellsgaard. Who is this giant skull-faced behemoth and why does he relentlessly slaughter the grotesque? Find out in this haunting tale of pulp dread painted in ghoulish detail by Eisner award winner Dan Brereton. In order to protect those who kept him alive, The Punisher is in for the bloodiest, down and dirty, gutter fight of his life -- get your tickets now.

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I've always said that while I like the Punisher, I've never been his number one fan. When Marvel decided to go with the FrankenCastle storyline, I found it a daring move. Obviously the true fans will be pissed. I've been digging what Rick Remender has been doing with this series since issue one. Of course I'd stick around to see what he goes but I haven't fully decided where I stand on the whole FrankenCastle concept.  The Good: It's weird seeing the Punisher in this new light. Besides wanting t...

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