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by Steve Dillon,Jason Aaron

PunisherMAX: Bullseye download ebook
ISBN:
0785147551
ISBN13:
978-0785147558
Author:
Steve Dillon,Jason Aaron
Publisher:
Marvel (May 25, 2011)
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144 pages
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1174 kb
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1529 kb
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Graphic Novels
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Rating:
4.8

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Steve Dillon and great storytelling with his distinctive artistic style. Steve Dillon's art is a welcome sight.

Ships from and sold by Chuck's Comics. Steve Dillon and great storytelling with his distinctive artistic style. He died 6 weeks ago at the much too young age of 54. He provided us with a lot of wonderfully rendered stories.

Writer Jason Aaron and artist Steve Dillon show that the modern Punisher belongs to more than just Garth Ennis and Timothy . Now along comes Jason Aaron in PunisherMax, first with the Kingpin storyline, then Bullseye. Jason Aaron gets the Punisher.

Writer Jason Aaron and artist Steve Dillon show that the modern Punisher belongs to more than just Garth Ennis and Timothy Bradstreet. A masterful tale about three different types psychopaths, Frank Castle being a good one, though just barely. He ain't a good guy, I liked Garth Ennis' take on the Punisher, the only Punisher stories I ever really enjoyed, as I felt Ennis really understood the character like no other writer before him had.

Punisher MAX is the second comic book ongoing series published under the MAX imprint of Marvel Comics featuring the vigilante the Punisher. The series was written by Jason Aaron and drawn by Steve Dillon. Unlike the concurrently running Marvel Universe-proper series featuring the Punisher, the MAX imprint allows the creators the freedom to write more realistic and hard-edged stories that cannot be seen in regular mainline Marvel Universe stories.

The Punisher MAX: Homeless ends Jason Aaron's and Steve Dillon's run The Punisher MAX series. It features a good deal of nihilism, violence, blood, and character development. The Kingpin hires the deadly ninja assassin Elektra to kill the Punisher and this leads to a grisly set of encounters and another good inspection of what type of men the Punisher and the Kingpin are. The writing is very good and will make you want to read the entire thing in one sitting.

Jason Aaron (born January 28, 1973) is an American comic book writer, known for his work on titles such as Thor, The Other Side, Scalped, Ghost Rider, Wolverine and PunisherMAX. Jason Aaron was born in Jasper, Alabama. His cousin, Gustav Hasford, who wrote the l novel The Short-Timers (1979), on which the feature film Full Metal Jacket (1987) was based, was a large influence on Aaron.

An all-new ongoing series from the acclaimed team of Jason Aaron (WOLVERINE: WEAPON X) and Steve Dillon (PUNISHER: WELCOME BACK FRANK), two guys who were born to tell the exploits of Marvel's most brutal vigilante  . An all-new ongoing series from the acclaimed team of Jason Aaron (WOLVERINE: WEAPON X) and Steve Dillon (PUNISHER: WELCOME BACK FRANK), two guys who were born to tell the exploits of Marvel's most brutal vigilante.

PunisherMAX is a peculiar book when compared to Ennis' run, it openly . BULLSEYE - Then you get the dreams.

PunisherMAX is a peculiar book when compared to Ennis' run, it openly brings in other beloved(?) marvel characters, uses them like the their regular counterparts with a bit more of a MAX touch and makes his story revolve around Punsiher, mainly through other characters. Aaron's run is one story through and through that builds of of each arc and ties off with twenty two issues, all of them drawn by Steve Dillon along with covers by Dave Johnson. The bodyguard that I mentioned over in the little blurb about the kingpin arc? That was none other than, you guessed it!

They say he's the deadliest assassin the world has ever known. Though his methods may seem unorthodox, even insane, they say he's never failed to kill a single target. No one knows where he comes from or why he does it. No one knows his name. They all just call him Bullseye. And now he's come to New York City, with his sights set on Frank Castle.
Reviews:
  • Mr_TrOlOlO
I'm an unabashed Ennis devotee when it comes to his Punisher work. I heard great things about Aaron's run on the character and just happened to pick up the fourth book when I found it cheap. I was underwhelmed (it was solid but definitely no competition for Ennis). I decided to give Aaron's Punisher a second try when I saw this book for under $10. I am so glad I did because the Bullseye arc is everything you want from the Punisher. Dark humor, villainous enemies for Frank to take on. I honestly cannot recommend the arc highly enough. I'm not a huge fan of Dillon's artwork in the Max universe, preferring the more realistic art that permeated Ennis' run on Max (I enjoy Ennis and Dillon's collaborations in the regular Marvel universe far more). Nevertheless, the artwork works in the Bullseye arc in a way I feel it doesn't in both the Prison and Homeless arcs from Aaron.

This is really a must buy if you have any interest in the Punisher.
  • Rrinel
Amazing Series by Aaron.
  • Maveri
I'm a big fan of the Original Garth Ennis Punisher:Max series and thought nothing could top. That was before I read this series, Jason Aaron crafts a new story rivaling Ennis work, Along with Steve Dillons amazing art this series is a must read for any Punisher fan.
  • Fearlesssinger
Aaron at his best
  • Keath
This was a great story in the ongoing battle between The Punisher and Kingpin. Bullseye is psychotic and deranged in this story.
  • Frey
The entire Punisher MAX series is great. Its gritty, no nonsense and too the point. Great stories, awesome art work and one of my favorite characters written in a very adult fashion. Highly Recommended!
  • Jeb
Great book , enjoyed it
Jason Aaron, I love you.

Your weaving of Ennis' plotline into your own (starting with the PM: Kingpin GN) is goddamned incredible.

As for everyone else? Buy this book. Buy "Kingpin" if you haven't already.

Where to start on this one without spoiling anything...first off, it connects with a little of everything. There are many obvious ties to Ennis' storyline (including one that'll make your blood run cold at first - hint: red haired little girl), and even one, if you read very closely, connected to the "Butterfly" and "Little Black Book" (though the latter reference is *very* minor) one-shot published a while back. This GN actually has comparatively *little* of Frank compared to Bullseye and Fisk, and doesn't suffer for it, either, Aaron makes up for it by turning Bullseye into the Frank "surrogate" for the bulk of the book. In short, you finally see in this book what you've wondered about since picking up your first Punisher comic book..."what happens when Frank's pushed too far?" Also, have a magnifying glass handy to more easily read the "shocker" at the end.

If there was one disappointment in this novel it's the lack of respect and time paid to The Mennonite from "Kingpin." He was an interesting character and I was hoping to learn a bit more about his origins, since such a big deal about "the man he was" was made in "Kingpin."

Again. buy this book. I want to see what happens next. especially if this is leading up to the events in "The End" from the "First to Last" Ennis collection.