The Punisher, Volume 2

The Punisher Volume A fallen Frank Castle learns the hidden truths of the Exchange and how it s connected to some of the Marvel Universe s darkest secrets Then when ex Hydra and AIM agents team up to bring down the Puni

  • Title: The Punisher, Volume 2
  • Author: Greg Rucka Matthew Southworth Matthew Clark Michael Lark Stefano Gaudiano Marco Checchetto Mirko Colak Matt Hollingsworth
  • ISBN: 9780785159209
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • A fallen Frank Castle learns the hidden truths of the Exchange and how it s connected to some of the Marvel Universe s darkest secrets Then, when ex Hydra and AIM agents team up to bring down the Punisher, Frank finds himself up against a soldier who s like him than either of them realize And when the Exchange targets the Punisher with some unique technology, thingsA fallen Frank Castle learns the hidden truths of the Exchange and how it s connected to some of the Marvel Universe s darkest secrets Then, when ex Hydra and AIM agents team up to bring down the Punisher, Frank finds himself up against a soldier who s like him than either of them realize And when the Exchange targets the Punisher with some unique technology, things get loud Finally, Punisher clashes with Spider Man and Daredevil in an epic chase across Manhattan for a mysterious treasure that could change all their lives Forced to work with two Avengers, the Punisher makes a promise Trust no one hurt everyone The three heroes set their sights on a blitzkrieg takedown of New York crime, but who says they re all working together Collecting The Punisher 6 10, Daredevil11, Avenging Spider Man 6

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    One thought on “The Punisher, Volume 2”

    1. Solid continuation from Rucka, but it's the Omega Drive Crossover that does it for me. Spidey, DD and Frank team up, pitch perfect, like 3 different brothers in fighting and joking but deadly serious.Art is solid, the snow Punisher outfit is solid, great shit. Visual stunner. Meeting Cole Alves barrel to barrel is fun, especially when he finally accepts her, albeit in a supporting role.

    2. I love the setup gimmick of Castle acquiring a new "sidekick" -- woman too! But this bogs down in the second story, in which he teams up with Spider-Man and Daredevil to destroy a sought-after MacGuffin -- almost all the entertainment lies in Spidey's deliberately horrid wisecracks.

    3. Let's take a solid baseline of pure storytelling goodness (last volume) and add a great little multi-threaded thriller (with a tinge of mystery) to it. Especially when you add a highly-motivated, skilled and equally-morally-unburdened woman to the dynamic - one with a clear line of sight to good reason to want to get in the middle of the punishing. Keep the gritty, noir-ish tone of the storytelling and the look of the scenography. I'm telling you folks, it's damned hard to out it down long enoug [...]

    4. 3,5* rounded downThis volume started better than the first one but the Omega effect crossover with DD kinda blew it. The first issues mark the beginning of the silent alliance between Castle and Cole after a murdering sweep in an upstate NY chalet. This was good, with an issue more focused on detective Oswald Clemmons (who somehow makes me think of det. Lester Freamon in The Wire) brilliantly illustrated by the Lark/Gaudiano tandem.Then the Omega effect takes over and it sucks it all down. Spide [...]

    5. The latter half of this book features a team-up between Mark Waid and Greg Rucka. When you read them back-to-back like that, you can see what a superior writer Punisher’s Rucka is. (Meanwhile, you get Waid’s Daredevil plot continuing to make no sense, with the heroes pretending to destroy the super-drive and then giving up on that idea because they beat up some of the bad guys.) Anywho, the Daredevil/Spider-Man/Punisher team-up is OK.The story that leads off this volume, focusing on Frank an [...]

    6. The first four issues included here are good solid revenge action with nice gritty artwork. Unfortunately, the last three issues degenerate into superhero silliness involving a crossover with a more annoying than usual Spiderman and a somewhat bland Daredevil. Meh.

    7. The character interactions got a bit more interesting in this one. The art was more varied, but in a good way. One of my favorites was #7, pencilled by Michael Lark. It followed the two detectives as they went over the crime scene of the murders we had just witnessed in the previous issue. It had a very Gotham Central feel to it. This volume ended with the Omega Drive story, which I had already read previously but now had more context for the Punisher side. Spider-Man stands out as very funny in [...]

    8. Excellent début où Frank trouve une alliée en la belle marine Cole (sorry, Alves) qui elle aussi cherche et trouve la vengeance, suivi d'un crossover (the omega effect) un peu balourd avec un Spidey très potache et un Daredevil moralisateur. Quatre étoiles tout de même pour le duo Rucka / Checchetto (et une très belle prestation aussi de Michael Lark dans le numéro 7 du Punisher).

    9. Punisher team up?The Punisher works alone Until today. Sgt. Cole -Alves has begrudgingly joined forces. And now, he needs help from Daredevil, and Spidy.

    10. I'm really sucked into this series. There is a tremendous meeting of the minds between Castle and Cole-Alves. They almost don't have to talk, but communicate via body language. This is probably a good and bad thing, because they both understand their rage and need to punish those who have taken their loved ones away and will do the same to others. Even the secondary characters have an impact on the storyline. I liked the dialogue between the two detectives on the trail of the Punisher and his ne [...]

    11. Definitely an improvement on Volume 1 - yay, more Rachel and biffy that actually makes sense - with the story beginning to spark. I do like the collaboration. Artwork still up and down, although my ambivalence about that probably has a bit to do with the gussying-up of Frank (he's far more blockbuster-lookingly-attractive than I like here bit of worldworn would do far better I think although that said, I do like being reminded of his injurability). Enjoyed the team-up with Spiderman and Daredevi [...]

    12. Aw, should I ever be surprised whenever, say, Bendis, Brubaker, or Rucka create female versions of any one established male character at Marvel or DC Comics? Rucka and Waid are at the top of my list of favorite writers, but I didn't think the crossover was as good as the story Rucka had maintained on Punisher's solo title.

    13. This was a really great story, I kinda forgot how much I really like the way Rucka writes the Punisher. To add to the overall fun of the story, Daredevil and Spider-Man show up. Anyone who reads comics know that whenever Spidey teams up with DD and the Punisher that typically there is some pretty witty banter between the three characters. That always makes for a fun read.

    14. I can't believe I prefer Frankencastle to this series. Rucka does a good job writing most of the supporting characters, but again, this just is not a version of the Punisher I enjoy. And the art gets a solid meh.

    15. Most of the book was very nice Punisher fun and Punisher is just a good silent killer as he is supposed to be. Then comes along superheros with superhero fun. And that just does not fit in Punisher world.

    16. Not as good as the first one but still very good. It was a little harder to follow, but I did like that the brought in extra characters. I want to see Frank's thoughts as I have seen in other comics.

    17. I can't describe why I found this arc so great so I'm just gonna say EYEPATCH EYEPATCH EYEPATCH it's a problem.

    18. Wow. Completamente sorprendida con Punisher. Empecé estos dos comics que me vinieron como parte de un pack hace unos meses sin ningún tipo de expectativas y termine fascinada!!! <3<3

    19. See my review of volume 1 for my thoughts on this whole series. Short version: do yourself a favour and read it.

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