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The Punisher #35, Barracuda, Part 5 (of 6)

It’s a bridging issue but also not. Actually, there are some major plot developments here, just not much involving Frank. Other than him surviving and deciding it’s time to stop screwing around with the Wall Street guys and just take them out; thanks to Barracuda, Frank’s now taking things as seriously as he should have been before. 346 more words

Garth Ennis

M is for Melody Maker

I’ve rejigged the M magazine cover section now, with some great images including the Max cover, the very classy Movieline magazine and some less well directed ones such as… 23 more words

Gillian Anderson

The Punisher #34, Barracuda, Part 4 (of 6)

This issue makes two things very clear. First, Punisher MAX would’ve been an even more successful book if Goran Parlov had been handling the art chores throughout. 348 more words

Garth Ennis

Listening to: Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX) by Whethan (feat. Flux Pavilion, Max)

Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX) by Whethan (feat. Flux Pavilion, Max), on the album: Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX)

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Listening to: Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX) by Whethan (feat. Flux Pavilion, Max)

Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX) by Whethan (feat. Flux Pavilion, Max), on the album: Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX)

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The Punisher #33, Barracuda, Part 3 (of 6)

Ennis wastes no time getting Frank and Barracuda together this issue. He even goes so far to use coincidence to speed things up—Barracuda’s on his way to New York to take out The Punisher and just happens to see Frank walking off his flight. 346 more words

Garth Ennis