In which we learn exactly what kinds of crimes Punisher and Micro committed for their government — and why they’re thirsting for revenge

We’ve been hearing a lot about Kandahar so far this season, but this episode finally takes us there and shows us what kind of crimes Frank Castle committed in Afghanistan. Folks, it’s brutal and bloody. But it also feels real. I had a lot of doubts going into this show, but if the rest of it is as honest as this episode, then The Punisher has honestly exceeded my expectations.

The Kandahar flashbacks are littered throughout this episode. In the present, Frank has Micro tied up naked in a chair in his own little Micro-Cave. Before we get into Frank’s flashbacks, we get another set of flashbacks. These are Micro’s, revealing how he went from being a happily married family man to…well, a naked guy tied to a chair in an empty warehouse. Come to think of it, I wonder if Micro’s small computer hive is an intentional visual reference to The Conversation , where Gene Hackman’s surveillance equipment takes up only a small portion of the large warehouse space he owns.

The definitive, chronological, and up-to-date guide on collecting Punisher comic books via omnibuses, hardcovers, and trade paperback graphic novels.  A part of Crushing Krisis’s  Collecting Avengers: A Definitive Guide . Last updated December 2017 with titles scheduled for release through August 2017.

Punisher was initially introduced in 1974 as a vigilante foil to the rule-abiding Spider-Man. Punisher was a former marine who felt that any killer deserved death themselves, and that he would mete it out regardless of the progress of the justice system. Of course, Spider-Man did not remain in his sights for long, but Punisher was a quandary for the wallcrawler – was this man a hero he could team up with or a villain he had to stop?

The question was consistent with Marvel’s mid-70s output, which had begun to diversify its heroes and ask more challenging questions of them. However, that was the only space the Punisher could hold at the time – being a challenging question. There was no room for him as a star.

In which we learn exactly what kinds of crimes Punisher and Micro committed for their government — and why they’re thirsting for revenge

We’ve been hearing a lot about Kandahar so far this season, but this episode finally takes us there and shows us what kind of crimes Frank Castle committed in Afghanistan. Folks, it’s brutal and bloody. But it also feels real. I had a lot of doubts going into this show, but if the rest of it is as honest as this episode, then The Punisher has honestly exceeded my expectations.

The Kandahar flashbacks are littered throughout this episode. In the present, Frank has Micro tied up naked in a chair in his own little Micro-Cave. Before we get into Frank’s flashbacks, we get another set of flashbacks. These are Micro’s, revealing how he went from being a happily married family man to…well, a naked guy tied to a chair in an empty warehouse. Come to think of it, I wonder if Micro’s small computer hive is an intentional visual reference to The Conversation , where Gene Hackman’s surveillance equipment takes up only a small portion of the large warehouse space he owns.

The definitive, chronological, and up-to-date guide on collecting Punisher comic books via omnibuses, hardcovers, and trade paperback graphic novels.  A part of Crushing Krisis’s  Collecting Avengers: A Definitive Guide . Last updated December 2017 with titles scheduled for release through August 2017.

Punisher was initially introduced in 1974 as a vigilante foil to the rule-abiding Spider-Man. Punisher was a former marine who felt that any killer deserved death themselves, and that he would mete it out regardless of the progress of the justice system. Of course, Spider-Man did not remain in his sights for long, but Punisher was a quandary for the wallcrawler – was this man a hero he could team up with or a villain he had to stop?

The question was consistent with Marvel’s mid-70s output, which had begun to diversify its heroes and ask more challenging questions of them. However, that was the only space the Punisher could hold at the time – being a challenging question. There was no room for him as a star.

Frank Castle was born on November 15th in the Hell's Kitchen district of New York . According to him, his parents were too old when they had him and consequently had difficulties to control him. He was also a trouble-maker when he was a young man, with a strong desire to hurt people, which he would later claim that he often did. [3]

When Castle was 18, he enlisted in the Marine Corps where he was placed under the command of Major Ray Schoonover . Castle would later take part in the Battle of Fallujah and other historic combat operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan , eventually earning the title of Scout Sniper , and was inducted into the ranks of the elite Marine Corps Force Recon, undertaking classified missions behind enemy lines. [4]

During his time in Iraq he came to become best friends with Billy Russo , a fellow marine from New York and special forces soldier. The two were very close, with Russo becoming close to Castle's family. A fellow marine the two became good friends with was Curtis Hoyle , a corpsman, who lost his leg due to Castle not being able to shoot a pregnant suicide bomber.

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Violent Action as Frank Castle returns to action as the no-holds barred vigilante The Punisher. Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, the Preacher creators take on one of the most controversial anti-heroes in comics. The Punisher's war on crime sees him facing off against Ma Gnucci and her entire mafia family. Not only bullets fly in this roller coaster ride of violence, as Frank uses whatever comes to hand, pizzas, pirhannas, polar bears and obese neighbours.

In which we learn exactly what kinds of crimes Punisher and Micro committed for their government — and why they’re thirsting for revenge

We’ve been hearing a lot about Kandahar so far this season, but this episode finally takes us there and shows us what kind of crimes Frank Castle committed in Afghanistan. Folks, it’s brutal and bloody. But it also feels real. I had a lot of doubts going into this show, but if the rest of it is as honest as this episode, then The Punisher has honestly exceeded my expectations.

The Kandahar flashbacks are littered throughout this episode. In the present, Frank has Micro tied up naked in a chair in his own little Micro-Cave. Before we get into Frank’s flashbacks, we get another set of flashbacks. These are Micro’s, revealing how he went from being a happily married family man to…well, a naked guy tied to a chair in an empty warehouse. Come to think of it, I wonder if Micro’s small computer hive is an intentional visual reference to The Conversation , where Gene Hackman’s surveillance equipment takes up only a small portion of the large warehouse space he owns.

The definitive, chronological, and up-to-date guide on collecting Punisher comic books via omnibuses, hardcovers, and trade paperback graphic novels.  A part of Crushing Krisis’s  Collecting Avengers: A Definitive Guide . Last updated December 2017 with titles scheduled for release through August 2017.

Punisher was initially introduced in 1974 as a vigilante foil to the rule-abiding Spider-Man. Punisher was a former marine who felt that any killer deserved death themselves, and that he would mete it out regardless of the progress of the justice system. Of course, Spider-Man did not remain in his sights for long, but Punisher was a quandary for the wallcrawler – was this man a hero he could team up with or a villain he had to stop?

The question was consistent with Marvel’s mid-70s output, which had begun to diversify its heroes and ask more challenging questions of them. However, that was the only space the Punisher could hold at the time – being a challenging question. There was no room for him as a star.

Frank Castle was born on November 15th in the Hell's Kitchen district of New York . According to him, his parents were too old when they had him and consequently had difficulties to control him. He was also a trouble-maker when he was a young man, with a strong desire to hurt people, which he would later claim that he often did. [3]

When Castle was 18, he enlisted in the Marine Corps where he was placed under the command of Major Ray Schoonover . Castle would later take part in the Battle of Fallujah and other historic combat operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan , eventually earning the title of Scout Sniper , and was inducted into the ranks of the elite Marine Corps Force Recon, undertaking classified missions behind enemy lines. [4]

During his time in Iraq he came to become best friends with Billy Russo , a fellow marine from New York and special forces soldier. The two were very close, with Russo becoming close to Castle's family. A fellow marine the two became good friends with was Curtis Hoyle , a corpsman, who lost his leg due to Castle not being able to shoot a pregnant suicide bomber.

In which we learn exactly what kinds of crimes Punisher and Micro committed for their government — and why they’re thirsting for revenge

We’ve been hearing a lot about Kandahar so far this season, but this episode finally takes us there and shows us what kind of crimes Frank Castle committed in Afghanistan. Folks, it’s brutal and bloody. But it also feels real. I had a lot of doubts going into this show, but if the rest of it is as honest as this episode, then The Punisher has honestly exceeded my expectations.

The Kandahar flashbacks are littered throughout this episode. In the present, Frank has Micro tied up naked in a chair in his own little Micro-Cave. Before we get into Frank’s flashbacks, we get another set of flashbacks. These are Micro’s, revealing how he went from being a happily married family man to…well, a naked guy tied to a chair in an empty warehouse. Come to think of it, I wonder if Micro’s small computer hive is an intentional visual reference to The Conversation , where Gene Hackman’s surveillance equipment takes up only a small portion of the large warehouse space he owns.

In which we learn exactly what kinds of crimes Punisher and Micro committed for their government — and why they’re thirsting for revenge

We’ve been hearing a lot about Kandahar so far this season, but this episode finally takes us there and shows us what kind of crimes Frank Castle committed in Afghanistan. Folks, it’s brutal and bloody. But it also feels real. I had a lot of doubts going into this show, but if the rest of it is as honest as this episode, then The Punisher has honestly exceeded my expectations.

The Kandahar flashbacks are littered throughout this episode. In the present, Frank has Micro tied up naked in a chair in his own little Micro-Cave. Before we get into Frank’s flashbacks, we get another set of flashbacks. These are Micro’s, revealing how he went from being a happily married family man to…well, a naked guy tied to a chair in an empty warehouse. Come to think of it, I wonder if Micro’s small computer hive is an intentional visual reference to The Conversation , where Gene Hackman’s surveillance equipment takes up only a small portion of the large warehouse space he owns.

The definitive, chronological, and up-to-date guide on collecting Punisher comic books via omnibuses, hardcovers, and trade paperback graphic novels.  A part of Crushing Krisis’s  Collecting Avengers: A Definitive Guide . Last updated December 2017 with titles scheduled for release through August 2017.

Punisher was initially introduced in 1974 as a vigilante foil to the rule-abiding Spider-Man. Punisher was a former marine who felt that any killer deserved death themselves, and that he would mete it out regardless of the progress of the justice system. Of course, Spider-Man did not remain in his sights for long, but Punisher was a quandary for the wallcrawler – was this man a hero he could team up with or a villain he had to stop?

The question was consistent with Marvel’s mid-70s output, which had begun to diversify its heroes and ask more challenging questions of them. However, that was the only space the Punisher could hold at the time – being a challenging question. There was no room for him as a star.

Frank Castle was born on November 15th in the Hell's Kitchen district of New York . According to him, his parents were too old when they had him and consequently had difficulties to control him. He was also a trouble-maker when he was a young man, with a strong desire to hurt people, which he would later claim that he often did. [3]

When Castle was 18, he enlisted in the Marine Corps where he was placed under the command of Major Ray Schoonover . Castle would later take part in the Battle of Fallujah and other historic combat operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan , eventually earning the title of Scout Sniper , and was inducted into the ranks of the elite Marine Corps Force Recon, undertaking classified missions behind enemy lines. [4]

During his time in Iraq he came to become best friends with Billy Russo , a fellow marine from New York and special forces soldier. The two were very close, with Russo becoming close to Castle's family. A fellow marine the two became good friends with was Curtis Hoyle , a corpsman, who lost his leg due to Castle not being able to shoot a pregnant suicide bomber.

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Violent Action as Frank Castle returns to action as the no-holds barred vigilante The Punisher. Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, the Preacher creators take on one of the most controversial anti-heroes in comics. The Punisher's war on crime sees him facing off against Ma Gnucci and her entire mafia family. Not only bullets fly in this roller coaster ride of violence, as Frank uses whatever comes to hand, pizzas, pirhannas, polar bears and obese neighbours.

Born in Queens , New York , [22] to Sicilian immigrants, [23] the young Francis Castiglione studied in the seminary for a time [24] before he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps , eventually rising to the rank of Captain. Prior to his enlistment, he married his wife, Maria , who was already pregnant with their first child . [25]

During his time in the USMC, Castiglione graduated from boot camp and then went on to United States Marine Corps School of Infantry. While still in training [ citation needed ] , Castiglione met Phan Bighawk, an American Indian scout. He was assigned to be Castiglione's guide, and through Phan, he learned how to survive in the wilderness. [26]

Following his training, Castiglione served in the Vietnam War in a Special Operations Unit as a point man. [7] Despite being one of, if not the best sniper in the corps [26] , it is generally implied that many of his superiors didn't like him and put him in situations where they hoped he would be killed. [7] [27]

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