We’ve been excited for Jon Bernthal to take on the role of The Punisher in the upcoming season of Daredevil: now, it looks like Marvel is ready to spin off the character into a show of his own.
Jon Bernthal took to Twitter the other day and posted up a new picture from the set of the second season of Netflix’s Daredevil. That’s... a lot of guns.
I love stories that take place before something apocalyptic happens: characters that know what is going to happen, but are helpless to stop it. They have their last meals, spend their last nights with their loved ones, and then accept the inevitable.
Two Marvel Comics TV series, Incredible Hulk and AKA Jessica Jones, are both moving slowly through the television pipeline, but now a TV show about the Punisher could be on the fast track. The bad news? It sounds like the people making it will have a pretty loose interpretation of the character.
The head of Marvel Studios reveals their next four movies, which characters he wants to see get movies, and little things to look out for in The Avengers and Thor. A veteran of ER is joining the Torchwood cast. Spoilers!
The Punisher doesn't beat around the bush. He hates crime, so he kills criminals. But every now and again, writers spice Frank Castle up with some screwball alternate realities. Read about the Punisher going to the post-apocalypse, heaven, and Riverdale.
When it comes to hallowed arcade classics, comic-book games are more than represented. Hold on to your quarters, because we're taking a trip through the bowling alleys of yesteryear to dredge up the finest four-panel games in arcade history.
Is extreme government censorship about to rob British comic book fans of their monthly fix of ultra-violence? That's what some paranoid fans are expecting, thanks to a new (and vague) anti-pornography law in the UK.