Read The Punisher, Volume 2: End of the Line Online Free - You can't keep Frank Castle buried for long. And the Punisher's mission to bring down a super-powered drug ring is about to reach new heights. As his quest sends him deep into the woods of the Northeast, it's time for Frank to go off-road. But as he gets deeper into the wilderness, has the predator finally become the prey? Agent Ortiz chased Frank into hell and came out the other side. Now she's out for revenge! And while Frank gets help from an unlikely source, trouble's not far behind! If you go out in the woods today, you're sure for a big surprise...
Collecting: The Punisher 7-12
|Title||:||The Punisher, Volume 2: End of the Line|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
November 21, 2017
Sadly, as the first part of this book features Steve Dillon's final published work, the book as a whole is a bit of a mess. I didn't much like the story and the way the replacement artist was trying to draw as much like Steve as possible (probably because he'd been told to) made me very uncomfort...
December 18, 2017
It was good. I liked it. Fast paced read. Frank being Frank and all that. Nothing too special but not bad either.
Off to the next one!
August 12, 2017
Shoot em up Punisher story.
Ends as it needs to.
Sad to see Dillon's last Punisher.
September 05, 2017
This was just bad. The story is very poorly written. The art by Steve Dillon, sadly the last before his untimely death, is good. But the filler artwork is not. All in all, this is a pretty poor offering. Not recommended.
June 30, 2017
This wasn't my favorite Punisher story, but considering Steve Dillon was the regular artist on this series and he passed away in the middle of this arc, I have given it some leeway. It's still such a tragedy we lost such a great talent.
So even though the art wasn't as good as Dillon's ar...
January 27, 2018
Ok so THIS is the one Dillon dies on. But the replacement art is shit. Not anyone's fault, but when the story goes downhill too...ugh.
February 11, 2018
Definitely not as good as the original series. I also found the very cartoony artwork to be distracting and made me dislike this even more.
October 03, 2017
Not nearly as good as vol. 1. It is almost as if the whole creative team mourned Dillon’s death (including me). I can say it is good enough to keep on collecting. R.I.P. Sir Steve Dillon, you are missed!!
May 20, 2017
I have been waiting for the conclusion of this story line but still want more. This is the first series of the modern day Punisher I have been following and I must say I enjoy hearing from the fans that the current team is living up to the standards and expectations established by previous Punish...
May 29, 2017
This volume has the last of Steve Dillon's artwork before he died and its such a shame that he passed away. One gets the feeling that Becky Cloonan was writing this brand of crazyness for him to draw.
Enter Matt Horak, the guy with the unenviable shoes of filling in for and eventually taking over...