Punisher War Journal #15

Writer: Matt Fraction Artist: Scott Wegener Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 9, 2008 Critic Reviews: 1
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HUNTER/HUNTED CONCLUSION It’s the jaw-breaking conclusion as the Punisher faces off against the all-new Kraven the Hunter. As the Hunter's menagerie ship bursts and burns in New York Harbor, Frank has to fight his way tooth and nail as Kraven kills his way towards Frank. And, in-between the two of them, stands the Hunter's menagerie run rampant, out for blood, out of their minds, and looking to even the score. And who is the last piece of G.W. Bridge's puzzle? All hell breaks loose in the issue that re-defines "savagery."

  • 8.6
    IGN - Kevin Fuller Jan 9, 2008

    The art is no longer as glaring a problem as it was under Ariel Olivetti, and might even be becoming a strength. Scott Wegener (Atomic Robo) works well with a comedically-inclined script. The only problem is with Punisher's face, which makes it very appropriate when Kraven calls Punisher a "tiny monkey." Marvel also gets bonus points for keeping artistic continuity too, since the arc started with Cory Walker before Wegener, who both have similar styles. As long as Marvel lets Fraction do his thing without getting mired in tie-in hell, we'll have a solid title on our hands. Read Full Review

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