Free eBook PunisherMAX: Homeless download
by Steve Dillon,Jason Aaron
Author: Steve Dillon,Jason Aaron
Publisher: Marvel (April 25, 2012)
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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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 Punisher MAX: Homeless ends Jason Aaron's and Steve Dillon's run The Punisher MAX series. 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.
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PunisherMax: Homeless (PunisherMa. ason Aaron. 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).
Books In This Series (4 Books). I started backwards and read the last Aaron Punisher Max first because it was the only one they had at my local library. Steve Dillon and great storytelling with his distinctive artistic style. Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. It peaked my interest.
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.
PunisherMAX is a peculiar book when compared to Ennis' run, it openly brings . HOMELESS - You were a helluva soldier, Frank.
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. Ennis' run was mainly a six issue story with memorable characters and gangsters where everyone died at the end of each story. What really sets this apart from any other comic book is it's knack for instantly characterizing Wilson Fisk and keeping a strong hold on him. Which is really what this first arc is about, the Kingpin.
Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon’s Punisher MAX series has been outstanding, easily one of the character’s best arcs, up there with Garth Ennis’ definitive work, and among Aaron’s finest books - a masterpiece
Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon’s Punisher MAX series has been outstanding, easily one of the character’s best arcs, up there with Garth Ennis’ definitive work, and among Aaron’s finest books - a masterpiece. Having just broken out of prison at the end of PunisherMAX, Vol. 3: Frank, the Punisher is homeless, weaponless, as well as physically (and emotionally) tired.