|Artist(s):||Tim Bradstreet, Penciller|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Added to Site:||8/13/2017|
The Punisher #30 2006 Marvel Max Original Art Published Cover by Tim Bradstreet. Tim Bradstreet is legendary for his cover work for The Punisher and DC/Vertigo's Hellblazer, having created dozens of memorable images for each title. His work does not come up often so here's a great opportunity to own an original Brandsteet cover from The Punisher Max:The Slavers. It's a powerful image featuring the Punisher holding a very large gas can in preparation of setting fire to some evil people. The Punisher first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #129, one of the most famous comic books of the Bronze Age. In the 80s, the character really took off after being used in Frank Miller's historic first run on Daredevil. and appearing in his first hit solo mini-series. By the 90s, the Punisher was the star of multiple on-going solo titles. The Punisher has appeared in three solo movies and was successfully brought into the Marvel Cinematic Universe last year in the second season of Marvel's Daredevil on Netflix. That version of the character will be spun off later this year into his own Netflix program Marvel's Punisher. "The Slavers," Part 6 of 6: Frank Castle has cut his way through a ring of human traffickers, but the butcher of the operation is still at large and won't go down without a fight. He's got a platoon of well-armed soldiers to protect him and a house full of innocent girls who make perfect hostages. If Frank is to succeed, he'll have to fight fire with fire.
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