The Punisher, Volume 3: Last Days

The Punisher Volume Last Days The Howling Commandos have Frank Castle s only remaining family sequestered in a swanky Los Angeles hotel As L A erupts in chaos Frank brings the fight and most of L A s gangs to them That hotel is

  • Title: The Punisher, Volume 3: Last Days
  • Author: Nathan Edmondson Mitch Gerads Brent Schoonover Moritat Cory Petit
  • ISBN: 9780785192541
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Howling Commandos have Frank Castle s only remaining family sequestered in a swanky Los Angeles hotel As L.A erupts in chaos, Frank brings the fight, and most of L.A s gangs, to them That hotel is about to get a lot less swanky Can Frank lure the Howling Commandos to his side What will happen to them if he can t Collecting The Punisher 13 20

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    1 thought on “The Punisher, Volume 3: Last Days”

    1. Sigh In this volume, the Punisher finds out the world is about to end (see Secret Wars for why) and decides the best of use of his time is to go kill some terrorists.Yes, that's right; terrorists who are about to die anyway because planet go kablooieThis whole book is as pointless as Frank's last mission and makes about as much sense. I'd say that at least the artwork's quite nice if it weren't for the fact the backgrounds are so blatantly not drawn but just photographs with a couple of Photosho [...]

    2. The Punisher is my favorite comic character, but this volume wasn't his best. The art isn't great, but it's not bad either. The flavor of the story itself though just didn't quite catch the essence of the character. There's a government conspiracy involving street gangs and politicians that the Punisher gets caught up in, and then you throw in a group of commandos after the Punisher as well as a rogue female cop and you end up with this story. We did get to see a pretty cool throwdown between th [...]

    3. It was all going fine and dandy until issue 18 or 19 when the story abruptly shifts, with little explanation, and then ends on a quasi-anti-climactic cliff hanger. Slightly disappointed to say the least.

    4. Edmondson and Gerads pulled off a Punny story that got him entangled to the corrupt top. Question is, will he punish these crooked politicians?Great, gritty and topical actioner that will keep all Frank Castle fans happy until the next battle.

    5. Definitely the darkest book in this series. Very violent and bloody but also with a sense of futility. The Punisher has to ask himself what he's doing and why, and he's placed in the situation of being seen as Public Enemy Number One, when he's just doing what he can to protect society from violent criminals who want to kill and destroy others. The conclusion is a segway that feels odd and not strictly harmonious with the overall story arc of this series. The ending makes me question if this is [...]

    6. It seemed kind of anticlimactic. Definitely the weakest of the three volumes, but that's mainly because of the sort of abrupt end to the main plot and stuffing in the terrorist plot at the end. Also, not being super up to date on the multiverse, I had a lot of questions at the beginning of the terrorist stuff that weren't really addressed at all. So all in all, I guess it was fine, but I didn't really plow through it like I did the other two.

    7. They should of left issue #19 and #20 out of this and allow the Los Angeles story just finish. The *bonus* two issues for the Secret Wars Last Days where Frank decides to use his last moments in existence as going around killing a terrorist group who'll die anyways due to the Incursion event.I also wasn't a fan of reading an issue dedicated to the Howling Commandos. I wasn't reading this for them and had no interest in their backstory. I just wanted to read about Castle.Even the closure of the L [...]

    8. This was a great Punisher run. I'm sad to see it over but it was a lot fun. The art was electric and colorful, the characterization of everyone was interesting and the Punisher felt like himself inside the Marvel universe, which is a hard thing to get right. The last issues of this volume get sucked up by the Secret Wars event and feel in the way of better stories to come, but I won't hold that against Edmondson. Cool stuff.

    9. Very uninspiring Punisher story. Can't believe Frank Castle would spend his last days chasing down random Terrorists and not think once about his past family. No flashbacks, not even a mention. Didn't that shape his character? Odd. The universe is ending, for crying out loud.

    10. I only read this to get its "minor tie-in" to the Secret Wars: Last Days stories, but after reading it and taking in the fantastic illustrations, I am going to start from the beginning of this run of The Punisher.

    11. A 3.5 really. An entire story about the Howling Commandos was niceI just don't like how the main story transitions into the last day.Feels more of an action book than a superhero book.

    12. Good conclusion and event tie inWrapped up the story well. The event tie in was a nice bonus. My complaints about the art still hold but at least it was consistent.

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