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The Punisher is an antihero in Marvel Comics. Use this tag for questions about this character, not those that merely mention him. Use this tag with the [marvel] tag. For questions about the TV show, use the [the-punisher-2017] tag.

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Was there a comic book moment where Frank Castle acknowledged the Punisher as his intrinsic nature instead of a reactive transformation?

Frank Castle's origin story (in most iterations) is that he became the "Punisher," a vigilante who relentlessly kills criminals and evildoers, after the tragic murder of his family. I was ...
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Has the Punisher ever tried to kill superheroes that were once criminals like Hawkeye or Black Widow?

So the Punisher is pretty well known within Marvel comics and comics in general for his willingness to kill, draconian sense of morality, and rather black-and-white view of good and evil. He has a ...
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80s-90s comic where Punisher's van gets blown up... twice

This happened probably sometime in the late eighties to mid-nineties, when Microchip was Frank's regular partner. Frank had his Battle Van, equipped with a lot of expensive technology. It got blown ...
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Did Punisher succeed in decreasing crime rates?

Punisher is known for getting the job done, "You hit them they get up, I hit them they stay down", etc. Did Punisher factually reduce crime rates in his area/city? Canonical references please, No ...
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Punisher's "famous" quote

A famous quote attributed to Punisher is "God will judge our enemies / We'll arrange the meeting". Especially in merchandise like this: Did he really say that? When?
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When does the Punisher surrender to the Avengers in a theme park?

I remember reading an extract of a recent Punisher comic, and need help identifying the exact issue/series it came from. I read it a few years ago, so between 2013 and 2015. The style is similar to, ...
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What moral lines is Frank Castle willing to cross when it comes to killing innocent civilians?

The Punisher's M.O. has always been punishment, in that he only kills people that (he deems) deserve it. While watching Daredevil Season 2, this scene happens: Has Frank Castle been willing to kill ...
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Why does The Punisher not disguise himself?

Unlike most super heroes, the police and the general public do not approve of The Punisher due to the fact that he kills his enemies. So my question is, why does he make himself so easily identifiable?...
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How did Punisher kill Wolverine?

Of all the characters to kill off, Punisher, in a one-shot comic book called 'Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe', manages to finish off Wolverine. The wiki article is vague; how does Punisher kill ...
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