Punisher: War Zone: The Resurrection of Ma Gnucci

Punisher War Zone The Resurrection of Ma Gnucci The latest offering from the red hot Marvel Knights line reunites the seminal creative team of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon for a sequel to their legendary story arc Welcome Back Frank It all starts

Punisher War Zone Punisher War Zone is a American action film based on the Marvel Comics character the Punisher, directed by Lexi Alexander.The film is a reboot that follows the war waged by vigilante Frank Castle Ray Stevenson on crime and corruption, in particular on the disfigured mob boss known as Billy Jigsaw Russotti Dominic West , rather than a sequel to s The Punisher. The Punisher War Zone The Punisher War Zone or Punisher War Zone is a comic book spin off title featuring the Punisher, a fictional character published by Marvel Comics Punisher War Zone Blu ray Ray Stevenson This film captures the feel of the Punisher comics nearly perfectly Frank Castle aka the Punisher is a maniac Spider Man and the other super heroes often hunted after the Punisher and they were often deeply troubled by the Punisher s behavior. Punisher War Zone Rotten Tomatoes Marvel Comics vigilante character The Punisher gets another big screen outing in this third film incarnation of the character, this time from Green Street Hooligans director Lexi Alexander. Punisher War Zone Two Disc Special Edition This film captures the feel of the Punisher comics nearly perfectly Frank Castle aka the Punisher is a maniac Spider Man and the other super heroes often hunted after the Punisher and they were often deeply troubled by the Punisher s behavior. Punisher War Zone Punisher War Zone englisch Bestrafer Kriegsgebiet ist ein US amerikanischer Actionfilm aus dem Jahr , der auf einem Marvel Comic namens The Punisher basiert Die anderen beiden Verfilmungen stammen aus den Jahren und Punisher War Zone p BDRip Multi Audio Telugu Punisher War Zone Telugu Dubbed Movie Punisher War Zone p BDRip Multi Audio Telugu Hindi Eng Dubbed Movie Movie Info Original Ti tile Punisher War Zone Genre Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller Cast Ron Lea, Wayne Knight, Doug Hutchison, Mark Camacho, T.J Storm, Colin Salmon, Keram Malicki Snchez, Ray Stevenson, Larry Day, Dominic West, Dash Mihok, Julie The Punisher s Frank Castle is % War Machine in brutal The Punisher s Frank Castle is % War Machine in brutal new Marvel storyline The Punisher shows off the anti hero s new wardrobe in the US. Frank Castle Earth Marvel Database FANDOM Born in Queens, New York, to Sicilian immigrants, the young Francis Castiglione studied in the seminary for a time,, married his wife, Maria, who was already pregnant with their first child, before enlisting in the United States Marine Corps, eventually rising to the rank of Captain During his Punisher Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki FANDOM powered Frank Castle The Punisher Killdozer Dumbass with a Gun The Big Bad Punisher Franky Boy Dogs of War with Cerberus Squad Bloody Shooter The Gimp

  • Title: Punisher: War Zone: The Resurrection of Ma Gnucci
  • Author: Garth Ennis Steve Dillon
  • ISBN: 9780785138228
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The latest offering from the red hot Marvel Knights line reunites the seminal creative team of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon for a sequel to their legendary story arc, Welcome Back, Frank It all starts when two mobsters take a trip to the zoo and piss off the wrong monkey Limbs are lost the kind you can t easily replace , vultures are fed with said appendages , and thThe latest offering from the red hot Marvel Knights line reunites the seminal creative team of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon for a sequel to their legendary story arc, Welcome Back, Frank It all starts when two mobsters take a trip to the zoo and piss off the wrong monkey Limbs are lost the kind you can t easily replace , vultures are fed with said appendages , and then things get, like, really crazy Like back from the dead crazy That s right she s back and she wants payback Ma Gnucci Eighty five pounds of hairless, armless, legless evil Collects Punisher War Zone 1 6.

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    1. Does anyone remember that in First Blood, Rambo was just a really really good Green Beret and not some steroid freak terminating at will with a cartoonish thirst to see every shell casing emptied and every pint of blood spilled? That the second Rambo movie was jacked up on the 80's excesses, mainlined the entire culture right into it's veins- steroids and cocaine and gasoline and cowboy Reagan ethics, and war like we hadn't seen since WWII, a bloodlust and crazed desire for revenge and occupatio [...]

    2. What struck me as so awesome for this series is that anyone can pick it up and understand the story. Did I know the characters prior? Not really. All the same I still thoroughly enjoyed it. Frank narrates his portions and gives you great insight into his mindset and the cop was a genuinely interesting character as well. The art style is excellent and compliments the action nicely.

    3. 'The Resurrection of Ma Gnucci' is a well crafted bloodbath for Punisher fans. An old foe of the Punisher rises again, putting him on a quest for answers of how this person has been brought back to life. He gets help from a man inside the Gnucci mob to try to discover the truth of Ma Gnucci's unexpected return to the living. Frank isn't done just yetSecrets out, I am a massive Punisher fan and this comic is just the kind of bloody adrenaline rush that Punisher fans need. It's hilarious, ultra-vi [...]

    4. An old villain of Frank's is back in town, the notorious Ma Gnucci! A masked villain out to avenge his father's death at the hands of the Punisher is also out for revenge. And a police detective slowly coming off the rails is gunning for Frank as her secret relationship with a budding actress has her stressed out. It never rains but it pours, eh Frank? The team behind the legendary series "Preacher" reunites in this short but explosive run on "The Punisher". Garth Ennis is probably Frank Castle' [...]

    5. Big fun ride that serves both as a satisfying curtain call to Welcome Back Frank, and a satisfying piece of Ennisy goodness in its own right. Ennis is one of those people who consistently go too far and then again and then again and he gets away with it far more often than should be humanly possible. Which is to all our benefits, I think; he serves as a very interesting mirror on where we stand, without ever anvilling the idea. This little exercise is quite calm for him, really, but still great [...]

    6. While not as great as the landmark The Punisher, Vol. 1: Welcome Back, Frank (to which this is a direct sequel), and not just because it's "only" six issues long (instead of the 12 in "Welcome Back, Frank"), this one still hits all the right notes. The violence and Black comedy are also back, but the villain of the piece (let's forget about Ma Gnucci for the moment) is a mere redux of one from the previous story. I think Ennis could've come up with an entirely new villain, instead of recycling a [...]

    7. Garth Ennis - writerSteve Dillon - artist4.5/5 starsIn a sequel to the fantastic "Welcome Back, Frank" storyline, Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon bring back all the characters including Ma Gnucci? It seems like the fesity, quadruple-amputee mob maven is back from the dead to torment Frank Castle! Dark humor and ultra-violence abound in traditional Ennis style with typically awesome art from Dillon.

    8. This is funny but violent (this is Ennis doing Punisher with his Preacher com-padre on the art after all). Maybe there are a few too many gross-out moments but still a decent read. Dillon delivers the usual Dillon over the top visuals - you either like 'em or you don't. No great shakes with the plot but the action is good and at least this is a proper attempt at a Punisher comic book arc rather than the usual key-note pre-meditated boil-in-the-bag graphic novel.

    9. This is probably one of my least favorite Punisher story arcs. It was a good enough story that I felt obligated to keep reading until the end, but after I felt a little underwhelmed after I finished it. My only gripe is that the plot is kind of paper-thin (literally, mwahahaha). The art was good but the book just trudges along with the impact of your least favorite action film. 3 stars, wah wah waaaaaah.

    10. I'm not the biggest Punisher fan, but I do like Garth Ennis run on the Punisher. I think the art held up well for the story, but the story itself was not amazing. I felt like Ennis phoned it in for this comic. It was just a revisit of the first Marvel Knights imprint of Punisher. That story was amazing compared to this. Ennis has done better Punisher stories and I feel he could have done better here.

    11. Ennis and Dillon return to the Punisher, but this one seems a bit phoned in: the main storyline is implausible even for a comic book (how Ma returns from the dead), and in spite of the return of a few great old characters, the whole plot never really comes together. After the excellent final arc from the the Ennis-Dillon team on the Max title (VALLEY FORGE VALLEY FORGE), I'm kind of wishing I'd missed this one.

    12. Kind of a weird story to revisit for Ennis and Dillon, whose PUNISHER run was some of the funniest stuff I've ever read. This story doesn't match the comedy of that run, and I can't help but ask why these two would reunite for something like this, especially after Ennis' defining run on PUNISHER MAX. Still worth a read and as always, Dillon delivers on the art chops.

    13. This was great. A really nice return to form from Ennis and Dillon. After suffering through some truly awful Punisher comics courtesy of Matt Fraction and others, it was great to read a story that handled the character well. Humor (especially violent, dark humor) is great in Punisher stories, but Ennis knows that the Punisher himself has no sense of humor, which is the key.

    14. I thoroughly enjoyed Ennis and Dillon's days on The Punisher - particularly the black as blood-soaked velvet splat-stick humor they used for Frank AND his supporting cast of characters. This is a sequel to an earlier storyline, but is easily followed if you come across this graphic novel collection first.

    15. A good sequel to the Ma Gnucci saga which ties Elite to the story oh-so-smoothly.And it really did not hurt to have art by Steve Dillon. He is good.

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