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The Punisher Vol. 5: The Slavers - Garth EnnisAn Emotional Rollercoaster of Punishment (372 words)
by PineappleJoe - written on 23/03/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
with any questions) Hi my name is PJ and I am a massive fan of the punisher. I own all of the MAX punisher series as I think Garth Ennis truly understands the character and sucks you into his world, but will you want to enter... read on... The punisher is the alter ego of Vietnam veteran Frank Castle, a beast of a man with combat training whose family were shot dead by mafioso hitmen during a shootout in a park. From that moment on Frank Castle chose to be The Punisher who punishes those who break the law, using his fists, his guns and every so often torture. This story is (as the majority of the other MAX issues are) a standalone story following Frank s attack on ...
The Punisher Vol. 3: Mother Russia - Garth EnnisMother Russia (640 words)
by Raptor32 - written on 15/08/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
good, though it is clear by the end of the book that he truly does care for Gina. What is great about this story is that the writer, Ennis, is able to put the protagonist into a seemingly inescapable situation but manages to keep the story and ending, if not realistic, then plausible. However this is by no means a perfect piece of work. At points the art can be very dark and the writing a little hard to read, particularly if you like to read in the car like I do. The other problem is with the Punisher himself. Frank Castle is fascinating to watch in action but this is in spite of personality rather than due to it. As a result Ennis relies on some very well written ...
Adventures in the Rifle Brigade - Garth EnnisRaiders of the Lost Left Testicle (1077 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 07/11/07 (Very useful, 70 readings)
One of the more obscure entries in the canon of acclaimed Irish comic writer Garth Ennis (most famous for his epic ‘Preacher,’ currently being developed as a television series), ‘Adventures in the Rifle Brigade’ consists of two three-part stories released between 2000 and 2002, and collected together in paperback format in 2004. These brief escapades of a crack unit of British soldiers during pivotal moments of the Second World War play out along the lines of similar satires, from Michael Palin and Terry Jones’ ‘Ripping Yarns’ to the similar and presumably influential treatment of the previous war in ‘Blackadder Goes Forth,’ presenting the higher ranks of the British Army ...