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Download Ì The Punisher MAX ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB D tale superstar Garth Ennis reveals the never before told story of the horrors Castle was forced to face to come home fromVietnam alive ending in a shocking twist that will forever change how readers see Marvel Comics' most famous urban vigilante Collecting BORN #1. Score 375 out of 5Grade 75% B GoodWe get our first brutal look at Frank Castle in his natural habitat A man who has fallen in love with war and goodness it s a bloody good time Although a little short with some minor pacing issues there s a lot of brutal ultra violence to satisfy any Punisher fanas long as you re old enough Here is my review of The Punisher MAX BornThe GoodI was really impressed with how many themes this short story was able to pack in without it completely dragging the story down This story was philosophical than I thought it would be Ennis also captures the essence of war We have some men there trying to live long enough to see loved ones again We have other men there who have nothing to look forward to and live every day like their last But then there s Frank a man who has fallen in love with warIt was interesting to see Frank from the perspective of the platoon Most of them are scared of Frank but they all know that if they want to make it through this war he s their only chance We also see the early signs of Frank justifying his immoral actions to serve the greater good And oh baby this is NOT for children at all Even as a fully grown adult with child like tendencies I felt uneasy at times But I gotta say I loved it It s nice to read some mature content that doesn t hold backThe BadSome of the art was kind of wonky There s a part where Frank screams ILLUMINATION and his jaw just looks ridiculously long although it s kind of funny It was also hard at times to figure out who was who Sometimes I cheated to the upcoming panels for hints as to who was talking And as far as the platoon goes I really didn t care whether they lived or died Maybe that makes me evil or something but hey that s war baby As a whole this story does a solid job at tackling many complex themes while keeping the art fun and brutal But I feel like this story would have been complete with one or two extra issues to flesh out these themes Even for the action seuences some of them felt too short and sometimes choppy If it was a little bit longer and had taken the time to really hit home on some of these ideas I think I would have enjoyed it ConclusionOverall I had a lot of fun with this and I m looking forward to seeing what else is in store for Frank There were a lot of good ideas here that felt like they were slowed down by the short length of the story But regardless I m looking forward to blood swearing and most of all ready for a bit of the old ultra violence The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox A Year in the Life of a Supreme Court Clerk in FDR's Washington urban vigilante Collecting BORN #1. Score 375 out of 5Grade 75% B GoodWe get our first brutal look at Frank Castle in his natural habitat A man who has fallen in love with war and goodness it s a bloody good time Although a little short with some minor pacing issues there s a lot of brutal The Illusionists ultra violence to satisfy any Punisher fanas long as you re old enough Here is my review of The Punisher MAX BornThe GoodI was really impressed with how many themes this short story was able to pack in without it completely dragging the story down This story was philosophical than I thought it would be Ennis also captures the essence of war We have some men there trying to live long enough to see loved ones again We have other men there who have nothing to look forward to and live every day like their last But then there s Frank a man who has fallen in love with warIt was interesting to see Frank from the perspective of the platoon Most of them are scared of Frank but they all know that if they want to make it through this war he s their only chance We also see the early signs of Frank justifying his immoral actions to serve the greater good And oh baby this is NOT for children at all Even as a fully grown adult with child like tendencies I felt Planet of the Bugs uneasy at times But I gotta say I loved it It s nice to read some mature content that doesn t hold backThe BadSome of the art was kind of wonky There s a part where Frank screams ILLUMINATION and his jaw just looks ridiculously long although it s kind of funny It was also hard at times to figure out who was who Sometimes I cheated to the Fishes of the Open Ocean upcoming panels for hints as to who was talking And as far as the platoon goes I really didn t care whether they lived or died Maybe that makes me evil or something but hey that s war baby As a whole this story does a solid job at tackling many complex themes while keeping the art fun and brutal But I feel like this story would have been complete with one or two extra issues to flesh out these themes Even for the action seuences some of them felt too short and sometimes choppy If it was a little bit longer and had taken the time to really hit home on some of these ideas I think I would have enjoyed it ConclusionOverall I had a lot of fun with this and I m looking forward to seeing what else is in store for Frank There were a lot of good ideas here that felt like they were slowed down by the short length of the story But regardless I m looking forward to blood swearing and most of all ready for a bit of the old Out of Bounds ultra violence

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Download Ì The Punisher MAX ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB The year is 1971 With mounting casualties and a rising anti war sentiment America's time in Vietnam is coming to a close Yet in the isolated Valley Forge Firebase on the Cambodian border Captain Frank Castle is one of the few soldiers still committed to the fight aga. 50 stars NO ONENO ONE does the Punisher like Garth Ennis The original psychotic vigilante of the Marvel Universe was BORN pun intended to be viewed through the brilliant twisted vision of Garth Ennis This is one of the best origin stories I have ever read and Ennis is at the top of his game As we meet Frank Castle at the beginning of this story he is already a jaded scarred veteran of the Vietnam War having seen and done things that would haunt him forever However he is still Frank Castle still human still holding on to the last shreds of his humanity The Punisher is yet to be bornWell as the story progresses we see Frank slowly slip away and the darkness inside him fight harder and harder to become dominant But is the darkness trying to corrupt him really an internal voiceor is it an external power Garth s writing is superb as we watch the birth of one of the most iconic figures in the Marvel universe I was amazed at the ability of Ennis to take such a well known character and create an origin story that is both completely original and yet totally consistent with the nature of the character It truly shows the depths of his talent FINAL NOTE Uhthe ending all I can say is HOLY SHIT I read the last three pages over about five times because I could not believe Ennis actually went there He did An amazing story HIGHEST POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION

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Download Ì The Punisher MAX ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Inst the enemy With dwindling reserves Castle must stand against an impending Viet Cong attack that threatens to wipe out the entire American platoon To survive the battle what grim decision must he make that will forever alter the course of his life In this acclaime. I must be the only person that doesn t like Garth Ennis on his Punisher run 2 dimensional storylines that involve Frank killing lots and lots of people The only good thing about this was that it shows a bit of Frank s personality and how he becomes so twisted and also shows that he is a psychopath In that respect it was good but one thing the Ennis run has in common is he has really shit supporting characters The end

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  • The Punisher MAX
  • Garth Ennis
  • English
  • 09 September 2019
  • 9780785110255