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Marvel Preview: Punisher: Soviet #1

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Marvel Preview: Punisher: Soviet #1

Who is in New York City decimating the Russian mob and can it be long before they come into conflict with Frank?

Garth Ennis (Co-Creator of The Boys & Preacher) is back at Marvel and writing the Punisher again, this time with art phenom Jacen Burrows (MOON KNIGHT, 303, Crossed) at his side. A dozen Russian mobsters lie dead at the Punisher’s feet and he wasn’t the one who pulled the trigger. If you know Frank Castle, you know this doesn’t necessarily set his mind at ease. Who is in New York City decimating the Russian mob and can it be long before they come into conflict with Frank?

Written by: Garth Ennis
Art by: Jacen Burrows
Cover by: Paolo Rivera
Release Date: November 13 2019

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Marvel Preview: Punisher: Soviet #1

Marvel Preview: Punisher: Soviet #1

Marvel Preview: Punisher: Soviet #1

Marvel Preview: Punisher: Soviet #1

Marvel Preview: Punisher: Soviet #1

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