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#35 - heck, even punisher accidentally hurt him and then promptly lo…  [+] (5 replies) 04/14/2016 on Everything's gonna be okay +1
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#46 - thechosentroll (04/14/2016) [-]
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Seriously? He managed to make Frank "the only emotions I have are anger and sad anger" Castle feel guilt? Fucking hell.
#49 - Stevethewizard (04/14/2016) [-]
You fail to realize something:
Frank has a genuine appreciation for good.
He despises those who are violent or predatory toward children because he feels children are inherently good until fucked with. He doesn't actually try to kill any other heroes he's put up against unless he thinks they've crossed a line to where they're causing more harm than good (in the comics where he's facing off with Daredevil, he uses distractions and non-lethal tactics on Daredevil, while showing no such mercy to his actual targets. When he's facing off against Captain America [Sam, not Steve], he doesn't shoot at him with the intention of hitting; it's a warning spray).
While he was originally introduced as an enemy Parker had to face off against, the Punisher eventually realized he was actually duped into trying to kill someone who'd done nothing wrong and turned his guns on the Jackal, who had turned him against our wall-crawling hero to begin with. Over the following decades, we continue to find Frank in New York facing off with a lot of different heroes and villains, but he never turns his sights on Parker again. If I remember correctly, this is due in part to him realizing that Parker is truly good, as well as him never bothering to actually come up with a plan to deal with a scenario involving Parker as an enemy.
The second part is important. The Punisher is practically the Batman of Marvel's lineup: he has a plan to take out anyone and everyone, and he won't hesitate to use said plan if he feels it's necessary. Not having a plan to take out Parker is either a massive oversight on his part, or he feels it's either literally impossible or completely unnecessary to ever attempt to do so.
#62 - rabaneristo (04/14/2016) [-]
You beautiful, beautiful bastard.
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#51 - thechosentroll (04/14/2016) [-]
True, but normally those are all things you notice if you pay attention and read between the lines. Most of the time, writers depict him as the king of edgelords.
#90 - anon (04/14/2016) [-]
No they don't, you just don't seem to read his comics if you think that's the case. Punisher was never depicted as "edgy" unless it's a writer who has no clue about him or the annoying fan stuff, he's actually been way more calm than people assume. Punisher's not supposed to be likeable and shit like the awful WarZone movie push it to the stage of hating him.

Read Circle of Blood, he actually talks about his war on crime in an interesting way and goes out of his way to avoid bloodshed for a good chunk of the end.
#31 - Scrap and Topheavy?  [+] (1 reply) 03/23/2016 on Constellation +4
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#49 - gameshredder (03/23/2016) [-]
I also post my comics to my tumblr.
#63 - Call it a morbid curiosity, but I went and watched like an hou…  [+] (1 reply) 03/20/2016 on Zombie Pupper +2
#79 - anon (03/22/2016) [-]
It's actually nice to see a dedicated project for helping these animals. I guess it's hard to watch since it's body horror IRL, but Micah's a pretty cool dude.