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Punisher Max: The Complete Collection Vol. 2 (The Punisher (2004-2009)) Kindle & comiXology
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|Length: 422 pages|
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- Book 3 of 8 in The Punisher (2004-2009)
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- Publication Date : March 23, 2016
- File Size : 374698 KB
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print Length : 422 pages
- Publisher : MAX (March 23, 2016)
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- Language: : English
- ASIN : B01CF1V5H8
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- Best Sellers Rank: #147,571 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The Other 3 story arcs are very good, somehow they follow up as a light continuation of the previous ones, but just as references. The Slavers is great run where Frank Castle is cunningly adapting his game to minimise casualities and work against a human traffickers from East Europe. Somehow the evil characters scape the stereotype of bad dudes in favour of a more layer personalities, a little bit at least.
This is perhaps the best 'adventure' Graphic Novel I have ever read. Dark, Dark, Dark.
Mother Russia guest stars Nick Fury sending Frank on a seeming suicide mission into a nuclear missile silo deep inside Russia. The mission goes wrong and the World is soon on the brink of WW3. Luckily Frank is as ingenious as he is dangerous.
Black is White and Up is Down sees a returning villain decide to draw Frank out by desecrating his family's remains and sending the film to the media. Frank is not best pleased...
The Slavers is one of the most brutal Punisher stories. But has Frank ever come up against anyone as evil as a gang that kidnaps and beats and rapes young teenage girls ("Rape them to break them") before sending them off to work as sex slaves in the US? Frank doesn't think so, and his punishing is especially harsh, even by his standards.
Features all of the excellent comic covers. Never has an anatomy book or a can of petrol looked so ominous.
Well worth a read and provided you don't binge out on the stories should keep you occupied for a good week