Issue(s): Punisher #6, Punisher #7
He teams up with a Mossad operative named "Wild" Rose Kugel who turns out to not really be a Mossad operative.
There's some weird Ann Nocenti-style talk about roses growing in the garbage dump.
And here's the Punisher doing what he does best: killing criminals that can't get convicted by the law.
Luke Ross is doing a good job replacing Klaus Janson on art.
I said earlier that we'd get to see stereotypes of every creed and color as we go through the Punisher series. It's Arabs this time. And that all i have to say. Guys, i told you i wasn't going to be reviewing these Punisher issues in great detail.
Quality Rating: B-
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Inbound References (2): showMicrochip, Microchip Jr., Punisher, Wild Rose Kugel
Amazing Heroes Preview #5 announced a fill-in issue by Mike Zeck with the Punisher in Australia, but I guess it never happened. Mike Baron also stated that he was fighting with editor Potts to keep in a scene with the Punisher picking up a hooker in Times Square because "He can't have a girlfriend and he does need to get laid".
Posted by: Mark Drummond | June 20, 2014 6:43 PM
I had to grin when I read your Ann Nocenti comment. Looking back it now reminds me of Spielberg inserting the red girl in Schindlers List. Employing contrasts smacks to me of amateur art school.
Nevertheless I liked both Schindlers List and the Punisher run up to and including when Dr Doom appeared.
Posted by: Grom | September 13, 2016 10:05 AM
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