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Punisher MAX Vol. 1: In the Beginning

by Garth Ennis

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Satisfying levels of ultraviolence and scummurder, cool if somewhat inconsistent art on the one hand ; on the other, juvenile anti-americanism and dialogue. The characters all sound like children playing Punisher, or posturing idiots, which the plot itself does not back up. ( )
  Kuiperdolin | Oct 19, 2013 |
On the whole disappointed with this. Violent for violence's sake, rather than adding much to the story, and a pretty uninspiring story at that. Similar gruseome set pieces that you see in preacher et al, in a bit of a juvenile way. Disappointing as I had read the series was one of the best. ( )
  pgimmo | Nov 11, 2008 |
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Prepare to be punished! For the first time ever, Marvel's one-man-army takes center stage in a no-holds-barred Mature Readers series! Writer Garth Ennis and artist Lewis LaRosa take Punisher to the MAX - literally - as the hunter becomes the hunted! Frank Castle's old associate Micro is back, and he's after Frank. But first, he's got an offer for Frank that he'd better not refuse. Get ready for blazing bullets, bloodbaths, and bold beginnings! Collects Punisher MAX #1-6.

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Frank Castle's old associate Microchip is back with an offer Frank better not refuse.

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