History Comicbook / ThePunisher

20th Mar '17 10:08:37 AM quackytrope
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* SpinOff: Of ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'', believe it or not.
5th Mar '17 10:13:35 PM Phoenixion
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** ''Series/ThePunisher'' (2017)

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** ''Series/ThePunisher'' ''Series/{{The Punisher|2017}}'' (2017)
18th Jan '17 3:59:17 PM Taskmaster123
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** Nick Fury is well aware of Frank's capabilities, and despite him having no superpowers, he states that Frank's training, fighting skills, use of weaponry, and ability to carefully plan his attacks make him the equal of many supers. He even goes so far as to tell his people that if they even really needed to take out Doctor Doom, part of the plan would be to drop both the Hulk ''and'' the Punisher into Latveria and turn them loose. This actually makes very good sense, as Doom would likely focus all his efforts on the Hulk and not have the time to realize how much Frank was fucking things up under the radar or the resources to spare in order to deal with him.

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** Nick Fury is well aware of Frank's capabilities, and despite him having no superpowers, he states that Frank's training, fighting skills, use of weaponry, and ability to carefully plan his attacks make him the equal of many supers. He even goes so far as to tell his people that if they even ever really needed to take out Doctor Doom, part of the plan would be to drop both the Hulk ''and'' the Punisher into Latveria and turn them loose. This actually makes very good sense, as Doom would likely focus all his efforts on the Hulk and not have the time to realize how much Frank was fucking things up under the radar or the resources to spare in order to deal with him.
18th Jan '17 3:58:24 PM Taskmaster123
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** Nick Fury is well aware of Frank's capabilities, and despite him having no superpowers, he states that Frank's training, fighting skills, use of weaponry, and ability to carefully plan his attacks make him the equal of many supers. He even goes so far as to tell his people that if they even really needed to take out Doctor Doom, part of the plan would be to drop both ''The Hulk'' and the Punisher into Latveria and turn them loose. This actually makes very good sense, as Doom would likely focus all his efforts on the Hulk and not have the time to realize how much Frank was fucking things up under the radar or the resources to spare in order to deal with him.

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** Nick Fury is well aware of Frank's capabilities, and despite him having no superpowers, he states that Frank's training, fighting skills, use of weaponry, and ability to carefully plan his attacks make him the equal of many supers. He even goes so far as to tell his people that if they even really needed to take out Doctor Doom, part of the plan would be to drop both ''The Hulk'' and the Hulk ''and'' the Punisher into Latveria and turn them loose. This actually makes very good sense, as Doom would likely focus all his efforts on the Hulk and not have the time to realize how much Frank was fucking things up under the radar or the resources to spare in order to deal with him.
18th Jan '17 3:56:35 PM Taskmaster123
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** Nick Fury is well aware of Frank's capabilities, and despite him having no superpowers, he states that Frank's training, fighting skills, use of weaponry, and ability to carefully plan his attacks make him the equal of many supers. He even goes so far as to tell his people that if they even really needed to take out Doctor Doom, part of the plan would be to drop both ''The Hulk'' and the Punisher into Latveria and turn them loose. This actually makes very good sense, as Doom would likely focus all his efforts on the Hulk and not have the time to realize how much Frank was fucking things up under the radar or the resources to spare in order to deal with him.
13th Jan '17 4:55:46 PM Taskmaster123
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* IDon'tLikeYouAndYouDon'tLikeMe: In the mainstream Marvel Universe, this pretty much sums up how the heroes feel about him (they basically think he's a serial killer and no better than the crooks he kills) while Frank regards most if not all of them as dangerously naïve and unwilling to do what needs to be done. In the MAX Universe, this trope is averted as there are no supers or at least he never crosses paths with them.

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* IDon'tLikeYouAndYouDon'tLikeMe: IDontLikeYouAndYouDontLikeMe: In the mainstream Marvel Universe, this pretty much sums up how the heroes feel about him (they basically think he's a serial killer and no better than the crooks he kills) while Frank regards most if not all of them as dangerously naïve and unwilling to do what needs to be done. In the MAX Universe, this trope is averted as there are no supers or at least he never crosses paths with them.
13th Jan '17 4:54:06 PM Taskmaster123
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* IDon'tLikeYouAndYouDon'tLikeMe: In the mainstream Marvel Universe, this pretty much sums up how the heroes feel about him (they basically think he's a serial killer and no better than the crooks he kills) while Frank regards most if not all of them as dangerously naïve and unwilling to do what needs to be done. In the MAX Universe, this trope is averted as there are no supers or at least he never crosses paths with them.
8th Jan '17 3:31:13 PM nombretomado
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** Frank's ComicBook/UltimateMarvel counterpart may be even more fanatic about his crusade than Frank is. Even having the UltimateMarvel version of ComicBook/GhostRider, an agent of {{Satan}}, telling him "''keep up the good work''" doesn't dissuade him from his killing spree. He thinks the message comes from his family, or maybe even God himself.

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** Frank's ComicBook/UltimateMarvel counterpart may be even more fanatic about his crusade than Frank is. Even having the UltimateMarvel Ultimate Marvel version of ComicBook/GhostRider, an agent of {{Satan}}, telling him "''keep up the good work''" doesn't dissuade him from his killing spree. He thinks the message comes from his family, or maybe even God himself.
8th Jan '17 11:34:16 AM nombretomado
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* ''Comicbook/ThePunisher2099'' (1993-1995) -- A comic set in AlternateContinuity future of ''Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}''.

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* ''Comicbook/ThePunisher2099'' (1993-1995) -- A comic set in AlternateContinuity future of ''Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}''.''ComicBook/Marvel2099''.
1st Jan '17 7:14:38 PM teenalphabro
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* EatTheRich: Copycat vigilante Mr Payback, who targeted corrupt businessmen and other rich peopel who prey on the poor. A good deal more sympathetic than his fellow copycats The Holy and The Elite. However, he accidently killed an innocent cleaningwoman during one particular killing spree, something Frank considers unforgivable.

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* EatTheRich: Copycat vigilante Mr Payback, who targeted corrupt businessmen and other rich peopel people who prey on the poor. A good deal more sympathetic than his fellow copycats The Holy and The Elite. However, he accidently killed an innocent cleaningwoman during one particular killing spree, something Frank considers unforgivable.
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