Fan Fic: Jigsaw Versus The Punisher

Another brilliant fanfiction brought to you by Ghostmctavish. Jigsaw Versus The Punisher is a Punisher/Saw Crossover. It is about Frank Castles fight with Jigsaw (no, not the Punisher villain), and about Officer John and the drunk cop, two corrupt cops who are trying to catch the Punisher. That's pretty much the whole plot. The fanfic is full of Narm, implausible over the top battles and bad writing, and includes scenes like the Punisher chasing Billy the puppet, who is riding a tricycle, and the Punisher killing a room full of ninjas with a pair of circular saws.

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This work provides examples of:

"Who the fuck is Frank fucking Castle?" asked the cop because he had now fucking idead who the fuck Frank Castle was.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Frank Castle easily defeats Killer.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: The killer is called Killer because he kils people.
  • Fingore: To escape from a trap, Frank Castle headbutts his hands until they are broken before slipping out of the restraints. This doesn't prevent him from kicking ass in the slightest.
    • Killer has half his fingers cut off and the other half broken.
  • Kick the Dog: Billy the puppet shoots at Frank Castle with a missile launcher, but misses and kills a schoolbus full of japanese cheerleaders instead.
  • Mooks: The ninjas with pig masks.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Billy the puppet can hold his own in a fight against Frank Castle.
  • Rasputinian Death: Killer gets his nose broken, has his head smashed on a hotplate, catches fire, has his head smashed with a refrigator door, has half his fingers cut off and the other half broken, has his kneecap, elbow, arm and spine broken, has a leg shot off with a .50 sniper rifle and is punched in the face until his head explodes, all in a single battle.
  • Sadistic Choice:
  • The Dragon: The evil detective from movie Saw V.
  • Troll Fic: Quite possible, given the quality of the writing.