Punisher Annual #1
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Punisher Annual #1

Writer: Mike Benson Artist: Laurence Campbell Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: September 26, 2007 Critic Reviews: 1
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Eddie Gands is on the run from the crosshairs of the Punisher's rifle. His only hope? A web of back-alley connections that might give Eddie home court advantage over his pursuer. That is, unless the Punisher is playing an entirely different game.

  • 7.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Sep 26, 2007

    The story is simple but reasonably well executed. There's not much to make you care for the hapless criminal other than his continuing desire to survive, but in a sense that's all you really need. Laurence Campbell paints a dark and moody picture of Frank's New York. It's dark to the point of being abstract, in all honesty. I don't know if Campbell is also slated to take over Punisher MAX on a permanent basis. If he is, I hope he can display a little more range. As a testing ground, this annual succeeds pretty well. With the regular series only shipping on a bimonthly schedule at present, I can always use some more punishment to fill the void. Read Full Review

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