If you're a fan of B movies and spontaneous action, this is your series! Frank Tieri has built up this 4-part, limited series into a boisterous piece of entertainment. Texiera's realistic painting style truly invokes the sense that you are watching an old movie classic within a comic book. Though this series isn't officially a “What If” title, Tieri builds an mouth-watering cliffhanger that puts The Punisher against the omnipresent and all-powerful Watchers, with a weapon that makes them metaphorically shit their omnipotent robes. I have absolutely no idea where or how this could end, but I anxiously awaiting the last issue of this miniseries with elation. Read Full Review
The art matches the story perfectly. Mark Texeira makes every page look like the cover of some awful (read: fantastic) dime store, science fiction paperback. Like the story itself, it's a total throwback. It's goofy and over the top. By this issue's second page, The Punisher is standing on a pile of dead Hitlers that is as tall as a castle wall. Like, a mountain of dead Hitlers, literally. That's the kind of stuff that happens every two or three pages in Space Punisher. Read Full Review
Expecting anything other than (lots of) violence and (lots of) humorous threats will just set you up for (lots of) disappointment. But when it comes to most things involving Frank Castle, would we have it any other way? Read Full Review
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