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  • Taschenbuch: 128 Seiten
  • Verlag: Marvel (31. Oktober 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0785152113
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785152118
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 17 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 16,8 x 0,6 x 25,7 cm
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Von kara am 9. Januar 2014
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Das große Finale also: Trotz aller Bemühungen seiner Feinde ist der gute Punisher bis jetzt nicht kleinzukriegen. Zeit also für Franks Gegenschlag, der Kampf Kingpin gegen Punisher geht in die letzte Runde.
Storytechnisch möchte ich gar nichts weiter sagen, jeder Leser darf sich selbst überraschen lassen von der schockierenden, spannenden, genialen Arbeit Aarons und Dillons. Dabei können alle 4 Bände voll und ganz überzeugen, nie wurde mir auch nur eine Sekunde langweilig. Im Gegenteil: ich war entsetzt, daß ich erst jetzt dieses Meisterwerk entdeckt habe und froh alle 4 Teile noch zu bekommen. Wobei es, soweit ich weiß, bald auch einen Aaron PunisherMax Omnibus geben wird. Bleibt nur noch zu hoffen, daß Lexi Alexander einen Film daraus macht.
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Punisher Max End 22. April 2012
Von William S. Ott - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have always had disdain for the Punisher... I really didn't care for the character in his early days, as he seemed to me like Marvel trying to cash in on a Wolverine-esque bad guy with attitude hero... I would of never believed I could like the character, much less get emotionally attached to him.

All that changed with the Ennis run on Punisher Max... I really started to find the character interesting and not two dimensional at all... I started to feel the strife on Franks destroyed life, and his inner demons.

Jason Aaron took over Punisher Max with a mission to put a memorable end on the series, and this book is that capstone. It is a fitting end, and is not cheap or commercial (like most super hero 'deaths'). It leaves one feeling sad for Frank, and the tragedies that destroyed him. I also think Nick Fury taking care of Frank's loose-ends and putting Frank's life into perspective was probably the best way you could of ended the series (one old soldier to another).

If you have not read this title then this is not the place to pick it up.... Go back and read the Ennis Punisher Max material and then all the other Jason Aaron material... I am sure that you will be pleased.
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Hopefully not the end of the storyline 25. April 2012
Von Ignatius Malibu - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If Frank Castle had to die, then the right guys (considering Garth Ennis wasn't available) wrote the epitaph. Reality is where its at with this character and while I hated to see the man go down, I was glad to see how one possible end of the story could be. I'm pretty close to Frank's age (yeah I still read comics....so what?) and I think I could feel just how hard the life must have been for him. Its a bit of melancholy but hey, its a good read. Frank would want you to read it. And now...How about some good new Nick Fury MAX material??!
RIP Frank, thanks for the memories 27. April 2012
Von Sam Quixote - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Frank starts the book with no guns and no hideouts. He has to fight his way to Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin, from the lowliest drug dealers up, all of whom feel that due to his recent struggles with Bullseye and his incarceration at Rykers, that they can take him. Throw in the deadly Elektra Natchios, and Frank is fighting uphill the entire book, taking beating after beating, until the bloody end.

I think what I like best about Jason Aaron's version of "The Punisher" is that he makes him so dark and tragic a figure that you completely dissociate him from the brightly coloured pageantry and pure wonder of the rest of the Marvel Universe. Aaron's Frank Castle is a hollow man, death on his feet, looking to die but pathologically unable to because of his bleak "mission". He's a hero you care about but definitely don't want to be.

Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon have created an incredible story of the Punisher that's never been fully explained before. What he did after the war, the psychology behind his actions and a black hearted theory behind why he became who he became, what little there was left of the man he was in the end, and of course how he died. I'll miss the series because Aaron was one of the few writers who really understood the character and gave him the white-hot intensity the stories of the Punisher demands, he really lived up to the "MAX" label in the title.

The Punisher's final battle is pitch perfect from start to end, taking down street gangs, Bullseye, Elektra, and finally Kingpin. It's epic and bloody and is a fitting end to the eternal soldier. Nick Fury narrates the final chapter, refusing to give Frank a eulogy that celebrates his life, but honouring him in another way. The book ends on a fine coda that Frank would've loved, reminiscent of "V for Vendetta".

"Homeless" is an brilliant and heart-breaking fourth and final book to this excellent series, sending Frank off in a hail of blood, bullets and glory, a worthy end to this troubled and yet compelling character. This book and series is a must-read for all Punisher fans, and all comics readers who like dark stories about anti-heroes.
Brutal and Tragic 14. April 2012
Von rockandmetal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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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. It begins after the Punisher has escaped prison but has no weaponry, is old as hell, is being hunted by police, and criminals no longer fear him. His mission is to murder Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin. 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. The art is great and clean-I think Steve Dillon draws one of the most perfect Frank Castles ever. And the action is some of the most brutal I've seen in a comic book or anywhere else, and that's considering this is a comic about the Punisher, a man who has murdered people for decades.

The only thing I think is missing from this comic are more showdowns between Elektra and the Punisher. They have one fight, and it's very good, but I thought she would relentlessly attack the Punisher and leave him with no breathing room. This is the only down side.

In all, this is a great ending to a great set of comics. It left me feeling bad about all the events in The Punisher MAX, because really no one gets out of this alive and every character receives a brutal beatdown/killing whether they deserved it or not.
The end at last 13. April 2012
Von N. Durham - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Jason Aaron's run on Punisher MAX comes to a shattering conclusion with Homeless. Throughout Aaron's run, we've seen Frank Castle go toe to toe with the Kingpin, Bullseye, and his own deepest, darkest, inner-most turmoil. With Homeless, we now find Frank back on the street, and looking to take down Wilson Fisk once and for all...or die trying. Oh yeah, and there's some assassin chick named Elektra hanging around too... Jason Aaron has proved to be the best writer to tackle The Punisher since Garth Ennis' monolithic run came to an end, and like he has all this time, Aaron has proved to be a more than worthy successor. This is Frank Castle like we've never seen him before: beaten, defeated, and taking one last opportunity to dish out punishment. Steve Dillon's artwork is wonderful as always, and he remains THE definitive Punisher artist. All in all, Aaron's brilliant run may have come to an end, but it's an ever-fitting end at that for Marvel's classic vigilante anti-hero.
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