- After Frank's run-in with Agent X and Outlaw, Frank is driving off, having stolen their clothes and left them naked in a phone booth. The "camera" pans to the stolen clothes in the back seat, then pans to Frank wearing Outlaw's hat and listening to country, with a completely serious look on his face, while driving towards his next target.
- He's basically a One-Scene Wonder but his appearance in the Civil War was memorable: He joins the Anti-Registration side and does some infiltration work for them, enters their base, sees two supervillains, shoots them dead on the spot, and is promptly told to leave.
- Frank is forced to partner up with Daredevil and Spider-Man for The Omega Effect mini-crossover event. The whole time, DD leaves him alone, but Spidey can't stop making jokes. They prepare an ambush, with Spidey leaving Frank to speak with DD and coming back:
- A crossover comic has Frank and Wolverine team up to take out a South American haven for criminals. They're captured by a guy (who dresses up as Napoleon) who wants them to fight to the death, claiming that it's nothing they woouldn't do on their own seeing as The Punisher thinks Wolverine is a limp-wristed liberal (Wolverine gives Frank an "Excuse me?!?" look while Frank just looks smugly to the side), and Wolverine thinks Frank is a brainless hot-head (they switch expressions).
- Another crossover has Punisher team up with Wolverine to kill some criminal midgets. Yes... you read that correctly. At one point, Punisher blows off Wolverine's face with a shotgun, shoots him in the balls, and parks a steamroller on him Judge Doom style.
- Frank's biggest role in the Crisis Crossover event in JLA/Avengers is to get ambushed and beaten badly by the Batman for twenty minutes, off panel.
- How do you make Punisher Lighter and Softer? Just have him ramble on in Frank Miller's oh-so-easy-to-parody style of prose on The Superhero Squad Show.
- During one of Punisher's many early team-ups with Spider-Man, Spidy gives him a web-sling of his own, leading to this exchange:
Spider-Man: Ever zipped across town on a handy-dandy web before, Punisher?
The Punisher: Not exactly wall-crawler— But I think it's about time I got into the swing of things!
Spider-Man: Ouch! And you complain about my sense of humor!
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- There are a lot in Welcome Back, Frank but the top one is probably when Hilarity In Zoos. Devoid of weapons Frank dispatches several mooks before finding a polar bear pen, coming up with the brilliant idea of angering them to fight by punching one.
Cuddly. Lovable. Docile. (POW!) That won't do at all.
- During one of his (many) rematches with The Russian, Frank finds himself interrupted by Spider-Man. Unable to fight the Russian toe-to-toe himself, he manages to hold Spidey up in front of him, using him as a shield as the Russian just wails on him. After the fight, as the confused and beaten Spidey regains consciousness...
Spider-Man: Wha... what happen?Frank: We had a team-up. You were great.
Joan: The ducks! The ducks!Frank: They had to go.
- While fighting off the Russian mob from Joan's cottage in the wilderness, Frank accidentally shoots Joan's ducks.
- Pretty much everything the Russian says:
(On first hearing of the Punisher) "Is he like Mighty Thor? I am fan of mighty Thor. He has big hammer, he seems like good Communist..."(When offered ten million to kill the Punisher) "Ooooh. The Russian could buy many pairs of Levis with that amount. Many compact disks."
- The Russian's fight with Frank counts, too. Punching him as soon as soon as he opens the door, smacking Frank in the face with a toilet... it's hilarious.
- What about Ma Gnucci leaping out of a burning building without arms or legs and trying to gnaw the Punisher's legs off? That, friends, is determination.
- "I am putting ten million dollars on the head of the animal that did this to me." "You — you want us to put a hit on the bear?" "On the Punisher." "Oh."
- Soap attempting to find an apt description for the drug trade, settling for that Ulysses guy from Roman legend fighting a lion whose heads grew back. After his partner corrects him on all three (Hercules, Greek, a hydra), Soap claims it's still a valid metaphor. Frank steps in to correct him ("Analogy.").