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While Wilson Fisk makes his move on the leading crime families of New York, Frank Castle has problems of his own. Namely the sledgehammer-swinging hitman known as The Mennonite.

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Things finally come to ahead in the kingpin story arc. Fisk and his hitmen make their move on the dons of the five families godfather style. While Punisher and the Mennonite throw down in one of the best fights i've seen in a comic book as of late and its seems it will spill over into the next issue(ends with Castle running for his life). The way they breakdown the fight in each panel is perfect making it easy to read and understand. This is a perfect starting point Fisk  takes power and punishe...

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Caution: Review may contain spoilers. The hit man that Rigoletto was waiting for is finally in town, and he is: the Mennonite.   Mennonites are similar to Amish people, and do not use mechanical devices.   He refuses to use a gun, instead opting for tools that his religion allows him to use.   Wilson Fisk is evacuating his family from their regular apartment, but Frank Castle is hot on his trail and demands a showdown.   Fisk tells the Punisher that it was nice working with him, and the Mennoni...

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