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    Reviews - The Punisher - TPB vol. 02

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Crime and Punisher-ment... - Decanus6
Pretty much what you would expect from the Preacher/Hellblazer cohorts Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon - very crude, very funny, completely over the top. That being said, it didn't quite work for me...Ennis sacrifices realism for humor, a slightly dodgy ground for so serious a character, and Dillon's art is far too clean cut and static for a 'superhero' title. This story arc has its moments, but I found the Frank Castle of this GN is not the Punisher I expect to see.
I would recommend it (just) but expect the unexpected...




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