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Starlight #1

What happens after the earthling goes to a distant planet, saves the world, and then returns home? It's forty years later in "Starlight" #1 and Mark Millar and Goran Parlov's opening is surprisingly touching and welcoming.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Mark Millar
Artists:
Goran Parlov
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
March 5th, 2014

5 Ronin #4

Pylocke is a 17th century courtesan that hooks up with Wolverine and dreams of revenge, but gets none of her own.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Peter Milligan
Artists:
Goran Parlov
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
March 25th, 2011

Punisher MAX Volume 5

The final hardcover of Garth Ennis’ work on "The Punisher" is a must read and sets the bar ridiculously high for anyone who wishes to write the character in the future.

Publisher:
Marvel Max
Writer:
Garth Ennis
Artists:
Goran Parlov, Howard Chaykin
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
December 29th, 2009

Punisher: Frank Castle #75

The series comes to an end with a collection of short tales, some of which are much better than others.

Publisher:
Marvel Max
Writer:
Tom Piccirilli, Greg Hurwitz, Duane Swierczynski, Peter Milligan, Charlie Huston
Artists:
Laurence Campbell, Das Pastoras, Tomm Coker, Goran Parlov, Ken Lashley, Rob Stull
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
October 19th, 2009

Punisher: Frank Castle #73

An absurd and funny premise that’s killed by overly serious writing that doesn’t bring the funny. Victor Gischler does a Garth Ennis plot without asking how Ennis would write it.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Victor Gischler
Artists:
Goran Parlov
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
August 19th, 2009
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