PunisherMAX, Vol. 3: Frank

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  • Title: PunisherMAX, Vol. 3: Frank
  • Author: Jason Aaron Steve Dillon
  • ISBN: 9780785152088
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. After the blood drenched battle royale with Bullseye in PunisherMax Bullseye, the Punisher, battered and broken, finds himself with some quiet time while strapped to hospital bed in the prison infirmary As bad as Frank s body feels, the psychological knifing caused by Bullseye s last words is far painful and has left Frank reeling To make matters worse, every con in the pokey and many of the cops want to finish the job that Bullseye started, and machinations are in place to get the baddest pris [...]


  2. Frank s final encounter with Bullseye has left him half dead and in prison But what s really shaken him are the words Bullseye whispered to him right at the end of the last book the words he figured out that Frank said to his wife before she was killed along with their kids all those years ago As Frank slowly heals, the prison gangs are circling him like vultures, waiting for their moment to slay the Punisher once and for all First Kingpin, then Bullseye, now it s Frank s turn to take the spotli [...]


  3. Poetic, heartbreaking, rewarding That s what this final tale of Frank Castle from Jason Aaron is to me There s an elegant parallelism in the story Aaron s storytelling craft is definitely on in this story, and Steve Dillon s talents at expressing that story framing technique are well used here.When The Punisher ends up in prison, surrounded by a legion of scum out to exact revenge and win bragging rights, Castle has nothing but time and dread on his hands to wait out the inevitable What goes on [...]


  4. Following the events of PunisherMAX, Vol 2 Bullseye, Frank Castle has been captured and sent to Ryker s island and is in a pretty bad shape.This book is the emotional core of the series It alternates between present day events and non chronological flashbacks of the Punisher s life, from boyhood until his first forays into being the Punisher It s still violent, but it has a lot of quieter moments Sometimes it s even downright sad Nick Fury even makes a few appearances.With this book, it is than [...]


  5. The entire Punisher MAX series is great Its gritty, no nonsense and too the point Great stories, awesome art work and one of my favorite characters written in a very adult fashion Highly Recommended


  6. With the culmination of events in Bullseye, Jason Aaron made it clear that he was not writing a normal Punisher story The emotionless killer of the lengthy Garth Ennis run of the character still remains, but now we actually CARE that he s emotionless We see why he is the way he is, and we don t like what we see The deconstruction of Frank Castle in these books is on par and even thrilling, in my opinion than Alan Moore s famous deconstruction of Swamp Thing He takes everything we love about Pun [...]


  7. I have not read a ton of Punisher books, though I ve always been interested in the character, it s just not one I ve come across enough Well this was a FANTASTIC book to start on If this is what the Punisher is all about then sign me up It looks across the last 35 yrs of Frank Castle s life from Vietnam to the current day, and is really a story of Frank, who s been gone ever since the Punisher was born Great featured cameo from Nick Fury I seem to be seeing a lot of him in just about everyone s [...]


  8. Battered broken, Frank s holed up in a cell, surrounded by crooked guards and scores of prisoners eager to kill him The nightmares come, they always do, but this time Frank s dreaming himself back to his origin story our shared origin story , and the vision we get ain t the stuff of revenge and heroism That picnic where his wife kids get killed Brace yourself for an all too accurate accounting of that event.Jason Aaron s storytelling especially all the flashbacks intersecting with Frank s prison [...]


  9. For a series called Punisher MAX it sure hasn t spent a lot of time on the psychology of its main character Part of that is the relatively one note nature of Frank Castle he kills bad people That s also why we like him so much he s no nonsense, sincere, and consistent It s the same reason why Doctor Doom is such an effective villain After focusing on Wilson Fisk and Bullseye instead, however, Jason Aaron digs into the skull of the man himself, and the things he digs up are surprisingly affecting [...]


  10. Jason Aaron, Jason Aaron What am I going to do with you It s like you re the main character in Flowers for Algernon, your genius peaking and then fading away Crashing and rising like a sine wave You give me garbage with your Wolverine books but then you bring me Scalped One day good and the next just so absolutely awful I want to puke my guts out.Then you go and revamp the Punisher once again and regain all of the brilliance and brutality that Ennis brought to the book You used some of what was [...]


  11. Clearly one of the best books I have read this year Surprisingly Punisher books never kept me interested enough to finish an entire run but then this was Jason Aaron Remember Scalped That is how deep this one goes This one recreates the origin of Punisher in the most heartbreaking manner possible No references to a man wronged , a man left alone, a man pushed by desperation instead a the morbid unsavory truth of what the Punisher is and all this while he the invincible Punisher is alone and vuln [...]


  12. Best of the lot so far brilliant deconstruction of the man and the legend Aaron takes a good long look at the contradictions inherent in the story of Frank Castle, and shows us the truest, saddest part of the story that he had already lost everything Love the way Nick Fury pops up here and there not a surprise, really very much in tune with Ennis take on both characters Aaron writes him just as beautifully and with just the same insight Wonderful stuff, and Dillon seemed to be doing a little bet [...]


  13. The first two trades of this series were really good, but this is the story arc that lets me know Aaron s PunisherMAX is going to be a special run Aaron is really fleshing out Frank s drive and motivation, as well as continuing to spin some of the standard 616 Marvel stuff into the Max world And it is awesome It also doesn t hurt that Steve Dillon is on his motherfucking game with this series.


  14. This was extremely well written in keeping with Garth s character of Frank Castle as well the story of Frank s past comes full circle allowing the reading to understand Frank thoroughly But it did seem that in this series they make the punisher weaker, sloppier, and predictable As well as making all of his enemies powerful than the other normal enemies in the other max issues by Ennis.


  15. The previous story arc was a little lacking for me, whereas this arc was much engaging There was a bit to the story With Frank s history brought into this plot, we look at the moment where Frank saw his wife and children killed I m enjoying this story greatly, Dillon s art doesn t do it for me, but his storytelling is great.


  16. I have read all the Punisher books since I consider him my idol All the writers over the years have given true justice to this god like character for me But Punisher Max Frank strikes a chord It touches you It showed you the truth And as a fan of The Punisher I can say one never goes back to normal One of the best books ever A must for all Punisher Fans.


  17. Creo que de los cuatro MAXPunisher escritos por Jason Aaron, este fue el que menos me gust Y aun as me pareci bastante bueno, aunque sigue teniendo un tufillo a justificaci n fascista que me hace temer que alguien se tome en serio estas historias El dibujo de Dillon, como siempre, le da una cuota de relativo realismo que pega m s que bien con la onda de la historia.


  18. The book provides a good insight to the life of Frank Castle before he properly becomes the Punisher The motivations are good and the inclusion of Nick Fury is done well Overall I did enjoy this and eventually let go of my dislike to the artwork at this point For those that enjoyed the first 2 volumes, this book does not disappoint.


  19. Better than the last volume Again, Steve Dillon is perfect in his panels and movement within each sequence And Aaron does a great job of keeping the story off balance and lining it all up nicely No one here to root for, everyone is a hyper violent psycho, but it s an exciting read and thrilling to the end.


  20. Yet another absolutely brilliant volume of Aaron s Punisher Heartbreaking and brutal story And man, is Steve Dillon s art perfect for this Just look at the expression of Frank s eyes You can see all his pain and hate, right there, in his eyes Wow That is some masterful drawing.


  21. I love, love this volume The reveal of how Fisk s past ties in with Frank s present, the BIG reveal of Frank s darkest secret, all that time while Frank was home from Vietnamch excellent stuff I love how the best hasn t come yet, too But excellent stuff.


  22. One of comics most harrowing origins rendered yet painful through the miracle of post traumatic stress Astonishing that this manages not to feel cheap, but somehow every twist of the knife works.


  23. The most I ve ever cared about The Punisher, or rather Frank Castle We see he s not a victim overreaching in his vengeance, he s a bomb that was always going to go off Now I can care what happens without needing to root for him.


  24. Great through and through Gave a very good description of his emotions coming back home from war and how he s a killer till the end.