Characters Appearing: Elio Bessucco, Microchip, Punisher
Punisher War Journal #36
Issue(s): Punisher War Journal #36
I joke about the plots, but Mike Baron continues to do a good job with the script and characterization, and his Punishers are always enjoyable.
That said, the Punisher books used to also be a book that spotlighted good or upcoming artists, and that seems to be less that case at this point. Nothing wrong with Steven Butler's pencils, and i always enjoy Kim DeMulder's inks, but the art here doesn't compare to the many talented artists that were on earlier Punisher books. As for Punisher War Journal specifically, it definitely feels like it's lost anything that distinguishes it from the other Punisher book, and it seems to be relying mainly on unusual covers to stand out.
Quality Rating: B-
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
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