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Punisher: River of Blood (Punisher)

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The Punisher faces the Russian mob on their home turf. He's out of his element and quite outgunned - can the scourge of the American underworld hold his own in Mother Russia?
Paperback, 144 pages
Published December 7th 2005 by Marvel
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My first exposure to this character in many, many years. While I'm sure there are much better Punisher graphic novels, I enjoyed this one a lot. I was drawn to it by the Joe Kubert art, and Joe did not disappoint. I love his rough, old school approach. The story is pretty simple, but told with lots of action and a fast pace. Good gritty stuff.
This was okay up until Frank said, "You can't get anywhere just shooting everybody." Um, you're The Punisher.
Not the most layered, subtle Punisher story but quality art, good inner monologue writing.
Why do I waste my time with the Punisher?
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