The Punisher: War Zone, Vol. 1
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The Punisher: War Zone, Vol. 1 (Punisher)

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Abandoned by his aide-de-camp and hunted by a mysterious hired gun with ties to his past, the Punisher goes undercover -- striking an uneasy alliance with the very vermin he's sworn to eradicate.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published September 16th 2002 by Marvel Comics Group (first published August 1st 2002)
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A nice solid testosterone filled action story that gets extra points for the inclusion of the mercanairy 'Shotgun', a blaxplotation style badass with a insanely over-sized gun.

Fun, but forgetable.
Matt Piechocinski
Great late 80s, early 90s stuff ... Ham fisted testosterone driven hardassedness.
possibly my favourite Punisher comics... the first volume is the one to read!!!
This is the first comics book I ever read. It got me hooked.
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