Characters Appearing: Microchip, Punisher
Issue(s): Punisher #30
The Punisher starts investigating the murderer. The investigation takes him as far away as rural Pennsylvania, where the latest body (missing a head) has been found. In Pennsylvania the Punisher convinces the local sheriff, a man frustrated by the way the courts let perpetrators go, to give him info on the case.
The killer eventually turns out to be the proprietor of a wax museum, allowing the art team to have a little fun.
The killer has been using the body parts of women to create the "perfect" Joan of Arc statue.
He's obviously crazy, but the Punisher isn't about to let him walk because of it.
The Punisher then returns to St. Luke's to find that the priest has renounced his vows and gone on a mission in Africa as a lay person. The Punisher tries to ignore the wax Jesus on the way out.
With the theme of a revolving door in the court system from both the Pennsylvanian sheriff and the Bayside Butcher, this issue falls squarely into the right-wing revenge fantasy genre.
Quality Rating: B-
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
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