The Punisher volume 3 is a clean and magnificent job by Garth Ennis as the author and Goran Parlov in charge of the illustration.
The war of Frank Castle, also know as the Punisher, on felony is full of blood in this volume packaged whit death than ever, immorality and vengeance! The Punisher has weapons, and he will travel. His operation will take him south of the boundary and to the edge of the everglade, where a service location stop leads to a world of terrifying horror.
Frank Castle has confront some frightening enemies in his day, but not any as stone-cold putrid to the bone as the Barracuda. He is giants, he is evil, and the last thing on Earth that anyone wants is to see him smile. The Punisher has only six hours to exterminate until a lethal serum turns him into a 220 pound dead body.
After that, as member of the British Special Forces and Taliban insurgents’ identifier in the Afghan high ground, Frank Castle goes into a rancor match with General Nikolai Alexandrovich Zakharov, a war criminal from the Soviet Republic known as the Man of Stone. As soon as they met, they start to play chicken with more than ten nuclear warheads over the city of Moscow. The general Zakharov is not the type of guy to forgive and forget he has a legion of elite upset troops, but the Punisher has partners of his own. But even that hell can not equivalent the ferocity of five women scorned. Frank has kills their husbands, and now they are out for pay off.
It is the Punisher, taken to the MAX!
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