Another response to my PUNISHER #1 review:
>> You get a clue, Frank is psycho anyway. <<
If you say so. In his early appearances, Castle was a grim soldier engaged in a necessary war on crime. As he stated many times. He reflected on his deeds and regretted some of them, in case you weren't around then.
War means killing to achieve a goal, not for its own sake. Frank killed because he had to, not because he wanted to. I'll bet he never casually murdered anyone the way he threw that drug kingpin off the skyscraper.
>> I give your interview a F, along with your taste in comics. <<
Uh, it was a review, not an interview. And I don't think I said what I liked—only what I didn't.
Actually, I quite enjoyed the original PUNISHER mini-series by Grant and Zeck. Castle was a three-dimensional warrior then, not a one-note psycho-killer who enjoyed his work. Check it out for an example of real writing.
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