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Fan-favorite Punisher scribe says new story is set in Vietnam before Frank Castle was The Punisher, plus gives details on Section 8 for DC Comics.
After debuting in 1973, it took the Punisher 12 years to finally headline his own series. And the original "Secret Wars" is to blame.
This week, learn of a never-published Alex Ross series starring Bat-Boy! Plus, legends involving Green Lantern, the Punisher and "Secret Wars!"
Move over Spider-Man -- there's another big name Marvel hero waiting to make his MCU debut, and we hope it happens in one of these ways.
Professional athletes are like real world superheroes, but what if your favorite NFL stars actually donned the personas of comic book heroes?
"Ms. Marvel," "Black Widow," "Punisher" and "Silver Surfer" are among the titles that enter their "Last Days" in the wake of "Secret Wars."
Learn which comic book superstar designed Indiana Jones' look! Did the Punisher really once kill someone for jaywalking? Plus, Wonder Woman's pants!
Nathan Edmondson spoke with CBR News about the web of intrigue surrounding the new Deathlok and how he connects to the writer's other Marvel titles.
In his latest flashback review, Matt Derman takes us back to the first four issues of the Punisher's very first ongoing series from Marvel.
As "Punisher" heads into 2015, Nathan Edmondson focuses on the Howling Commandos and Frank's relationship with Rachel Cole Alves.
"Punisher" artist Mitch Gerads discusses Frank Castle's return to a drug cartel ravaged Los Angeles and bringing to life his and writer Nathan Edmondson's story.
San Antonio Spurs superstar and Punisher fan Tim Duncan features on a special "Punisher" #11 retailer variant by artist Mike Choi.
With the passing of longtime Archie artist Stan Goldberg, CSBG spotlights one of his most famous (and oddest) stories of all-time, 1994's Punisher crossover.
Nathan Edmondson discusses sentencing Frank Castle to a Central American prison while he remains the target of powerful and shadowy forces.
Though he's already cast as Crossbones in Marvel's movie universe, the actor tells SPINOFF why he has Frank Castle on the mind.
Deathlok was only the beginning for "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD," and CBR speculates which other characters will join the cast in Season 2.
It's the oddest paring in the Marvel U as Frank Castle and Stephen Strange work together to solve the Watcher's murder in "Original Sin" #4.
This August, the title characters of Nathan Edmondson's "Black Widow" and "Punisher" series come face to face to figure out "Friend from Foe."
Bestselling author Kevin Maurer discusses his "Punisher" arc, pitting Frank Castle and a special forces medic against the villainous Crossbones and a drug cartel.
Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads share their "Punisher" plans, pitting Frank Castle against LA-based criminals, super terrorists and black ops soldiers.
"The Punisher" scribe Nathan Edmondson discussed his love of Los Angeles, moving Frank Castle to the West Coast and an incredible "Rizzoli & Isles" story.
Marjorie Liu discusses her work on "Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher," the animated feature that pits the heroes against high tech terrorists.
Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads take CBR behind the scenes of "The Punisher," which places Frank Castle in the crosshairs of a classic Marvel villain.
Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads continue to put Frank through the West Coast wringer in this preview for "The Punisher" #3.
With a new "Punisher" ongoing series debuting this week, we want to know which writer's take on Frank Castle's solo adventures is your favorite?
Nathan Edmondson & Mitch Gerads' "The Punisher" #1 is "a worthwhile beginning of a new era for the character" in its All-New Marvel NOW! relaunch.
Frank Castle spends time in the California sun in a new preview of Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads' "Punisher" #2.
Check out a preview with a first look at covers for Nathan Edmondson & Mitch Gerads' "The Punisher" #1, including Skottie Young's variant.
"Punisher" artist Mitch Gerads sits with CBR to discuss authenticity in military shooters, cheering for the underdog, and lacing up his dance shoes for his upcoming wedding.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at its March solicitations for "Superior Spider-Man," "Hawkeye," Ms. Marvel" & more.
Axel Alonso looks at how Marvel approaches titles from James Robinson's new "Fantastic Four" to Jason Aaron's final "Wolverine & The X-Men."
A massive Marvel Studios news update including "Guardians of the Galaxy" news & "Ant-Man" rumors; "Batman/Superman" shoots its first scene & more.
This February, Frank Castle relocates to Los Angeles in a new "Punisher" series from the creators of "The Activity." Writer Nathan Edmonson tells all about Frank's new base of operations
Mike Pecci's fan-made Punisher film "The Dead Can't Be Distracted" based on Greg Rucka and Marco Checchetto's run with the character has received a cease-and-desist from Marvel.
In a podcast interview promoting Dynamite's "Red Team," writer Garth Ennis stated he's working on a new "Punisher" miniseires for Marvel Comics that will likely debut in 2014.
"The Man Who Killed Gwen Stacy," Gerry Conway spoke at Comic-Con about his career in comics, the circumstances that led to writing Gwen's death, and the conflicting philosophies that drive modern day comics.
Writer Marc Guggenheim spoke to CBR about September's two-issue "Punisher: Trial of the Punisher" miniseries, which finds the vigilante in a courtroom accused of murdering a District Attorney.
Producer/writer Marc Guggenheim joined CBR TV to help christen our all-new new Speakeasy set and, of course, discuss the second season of "Arrow" while taking a look back at the first.
Pro filmmakers Ian McFarland and Mike Pecci go fanboy with "The Dead Can't Be Distracted," a fan film based on Greg Rucka and Mike Chechetto's "Punisher" comics. CBR pesents an exclusive debut of the film's teaser.
This week in toy news was loaded with a variety of products from numerous franchises, including The Walking Dead, Thundercats and Star Wars. Plus, Marvel and DC have strong showings with new statues and figures.