Punisher War Journal
Punisher War Journal: Brother (2022) #1
Writer: Torunn Gronbekk | Penciler: Rafael Pimentel | Cover Artist: Leinil Francis YuLady Bullseye failed. Lord Deathstrike failed. Every assassin sent to kill Frank fails. The leaders of the underworld crime bosses, heads of terrorist organizations, and even a corrupt government or two come together to solve the growing problem of Frank Castle. Sharing intel, resources, and money, a collective underworld puts out a contract to kill Frank eligible for anyone: assassins, mercenaries or smalltown crooks. The news ripples through the shadows of the world: $500 million to the person who takes down the Punisher. But there’s one face from his past…who’s in this hunt for more than money
Punisher War Journal #2 2nd Printing 2007 Comics
CIVIL WAR Tie-In! Hey there, Marvel Universe. He's back. Taking no prisoners. Literally. With Civil War in full throttle mode, Frank Castle decides to take a side. Question is, Does it want him? Makes no difference for the Punisher. He's a soldier and this is war. Get in line or get out of his way. Hope on board this star-studded Civil War tie-in brought to you by rising star Matt Fraction (The Last of the Independents), with eye-popping art by superstar artist Ariel Olivetti (Space Ghost).
Punisher War Journal #4 2007 Comics
Frank Castle's living nightmare continues as one of his Vietnam comrades returns to New York. This veteran of war has murderous intentions, and is shooting members of his former battalion dead. Will the Punisher be able to stop a sniper gone rogue?
Punisher War Journal #5 2007 Comics
The Bushwacker has taken a hostage in the heart of Times Square. With every TV camera in the world rolling, it's New York City's biggest nightmare, and it's coming down live. As G.W. Bridge watches the worst day of his life uncoil in real time, a lone beat cop is the only thing that's keeping Bushwacker in check... and when Bushwacker demands to see Frank Castle... well, that's when things get really interesting. The ending of this issue will punch you in the face and laugh at your tears. By Matt Fraction (CASANOVA, THE IMMORTAL IRON FIST) and Young Guns Reloaded artist Ariel Olivetti (THE LAST AVENGERS STORY).
Punisher War Journal #6 2007 Comics
With the echoes of last issue's tragic ending still rattling in his head, Frank Castle finds himself tied to a fencepost with barbed wire, watching what may be his last sunrise. Somewhere along the U.S./Mexico border a super-militia bent on igniting a race war has been killing scores of innocent people. By the time the last shot is fired and the last body falls, you'll have met the modern incarnation of the HATEMONGER and seen an all-new look for the Punisher.
Punisher War Journal #8 2007 Comics
It's part 3 of "Blood and Sand," with the heart of the American dream at stake. Somewhere in the heart of the Sonoran desert, halfway between the United States and Mexico, the Hate-Monger and his infamous hostage go one-on-one. Meanwhile, G.W. Bridge goes rogue? Stuart Clarke investigates how the National Force gets its information and who's helping them get it? and Frank Castle unveils his astonishing plan.
Punisher War Journal #9 2007 Comics
It's part 4 of "Blood and Sand," with the heart of the American dream at stake. G.W. Bridge is on the hunt. Clarke is on the run. Tati's in hell. And THE PUNISHER discovers the horrible secret of Hate Monger's empire buried beneath the desert floor. Which means this is the issue where the bodies start dropping and hope comes in short supply. Frank's insane crusade against the Hate Monger's diabolical murder sprees south of the border finds its bloody tipping point, and it's only going to get worse from here. Can one man stand against an army fueled by pure hate?
Punisher War Journal #10 2007 Comics
The Punisher's one-man crusade to stop the white-power border war kicked off by the Hate-Monger comes to a head in this, the bloody conclusion to BLOOD AND SAND. Everybody's trying to kill everybody else. Frank Castle's been beaten within an inch of his life. Hate Monger's terrible machines broadcast wave after wave of unbridled rage into the desert, making it even harder for Clarke and Bridge to trust one another. By the end of the night, it'll be all our heroes can do to aim straight... and not at each other.This Cannot End Well.
Punisher War Journal #11 2007 Comics
A handful of survivors and victims of our first year of stories converge for three wildly different confrontations, all setting in motion the explosive second year of PUNISHER WAR JOURNAL: In Washington DC, someone wants to have words with Frank about his recent patriotic costume change-- the Winter Soldier himself, Bucky Barnes! On a houseboat in the Florida Everglades, G.W. Bridge goes head-to-head with Tony Stark to negotiate the terms of his return to S.H.I.E.L.D.... or is it his surrender? And in a psychiatric hospital, Ian the Fake Cop Hero of Times Square has an epically strange chat with his epically unconventional therapist about... HEROES AND VILLAINS.
Punisher War Journal #12 2007 Comics
With WORLD WAR HULK in full swing and New York shut off from the outside world, who's left to protect those left behind? Frank Castle, that's who. And he's none too thrilled.
Punisher War Journal #14 2007 Comics
Kraven's back, and Frank Castle's on the hunt in this, the second part of HUNTER/HUNTED. The son of Kraven has gone mad and begun collecting a menagerie of varied and villainous animal characters. The latest baddie he's hunted down? The RHINO, who he swooped in and kidnapped before The Punisher could frag him. Bad idea. So: Kraven hunts the underbelly of the Marvel Universe to build his posthuman zoo. Punisher hunts Kraven. G.W. Bridge hunts the next member of his team. And what about Rhino? How does HE feel about all this? Not good. Not good at all. Surely it's a bad day for somebody. Hooray!