- Comic: 48 pages
- Publisher: Marvel Comics; First Edition edition (1994)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0006F61BG
- Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 6.5 x 0.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,139,337 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Punisher Batman: Deadly knights
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A very good sequel that surpasses the first one as this one features the actual Batman who is Bruce Wayne and NOT the Azrael version as you seen in the Knightfall trilogy. Chuck Dixon who wrote this has done a simple story as he gives us lots of action with a decent fight between two different kinds of vigilantees. I love how it shows us two different figures of crime-fighting on their differences including how Joker teams up with Punisher's arch-nemesis, Robin and Micro-Chip's cyber-battle was something else in this story. John Romita Jr.'s artwork is quite good here if not spectacular as i should say it's a very good crossover one shot to see how 2 crimebusting heroes get to know each other and their different ways of taking care of criminals.
you have two characters that mirror each other in every possible ways
except one Bruce Wayne/Batman don't kill
Frank Castle/The Punisher is a necessary evil he does what has to be done (Does that make him bad though?)
The Punisher is without a doubt one of the most complex and interesting characters in all the Marvel Universe
mostly cause he's this strange morality tail
(Anyone who over analyzes Frank Castle and calls his character into question is really living in a bubble)
Yes I know these characters are not real but, many comic books fans are far from real too
Having Batman, The Punsiher, The Joker and Jigsaw all in one book is a epic feet
I'm not gonna spoil this crossover event but, trust me it's crazy fun and something you'll never see again
the other cross over offering Batman/Punisher :Lake of Fire (Sucks compare to this story mostly due to the fact you have the "fake" Batman Azrael playing dress up as Batman meeting up with Frank major bait and switch/cop out
If you are a fan of either character go out of your way and check out this epic meeting 10/10
After a quick set up and some background information, we go right into one night of hacking, tailing, classic Joker antics, mobster shoot outs, and a confrontation between our two protagonist.
It's a relatively quick read with two of the better non superpowered heroes in mainstream comics. The story is solid and Romita's style is distinguishable as usual.
Though I wouldn't pay more than cover price for it. (U$ 4.95)
If you want to see Batman and the Punisher duke it out then I'd highly recommend this over Batman Punisher: Lake of Fire which features "Azrael" instead of the real Bruce Wayne Batman.
Oh yeah, and Klaus Janson's highly stylized art work is always a pleasure.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the delivery and packaging were fine, however the story itself is just another bland crossover of two heroes barely seeing each other and separating at the end.Published on April 6, 2014 by Dan Lipke
I love this comic book. Two of my favorite viligantes at each other throats with different belief systems of Justice. I wish the storyline was longer.Published on July 24, 2013 by Jennifer Rodriquez
Released in 1994, Chuck Dixon and John Romita Jr.'s Punisher/Batman prestige format one-shot was Marvel's sequel to DC's Batman/Punisher one-shot. Read morePublished on September 26, 2006 by Justin G.