Watch The Rat-a-tat-tat-Trailer — Netflix`s THE PUNISHER

Ruben Ruiz
September 21, 2017

Castle, played in this series by Jon Bernthal, has never been the most gracious or clean of Marvel's many leads.

As the story for The Punisher starts to become clearer, an even more pressing question comes into focus: the matter of the show's release date. Primarily, can we root for a ruthless, morally bankrupt assassin if he exists in the same universe as selfless characters like Luke Cage and Jessica Jones?

The rest is history, where Frank exacts his revenge while quite a few organizations are hunting him down.

Following a poignant scene that sees his wife shot by a masked perpetrator, the agony in Frank's face is apparent as the trailer switches to him suited up and out for blood. He's fully armed, has nothing to lose, and isn't accountable to his superhero ally anymore. Marvel's The Punisher is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios for Netflix. Ben Barnes will also star as Billy Russo, a close friend of Frank Castle during his military days. It looks different. Frank is a character rooted in the most basic human emotions... He also fantasizes in soft focus about his murdered wife and son, and relives their deaths over and over.

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The Punisher first showed up in the second season of Daredevil, and thanks to the stellar performance by Jon Bernthal in the roll, he has gotten his own series. Thankfully, Netflix and Marvel listened and here we are. Marvel has released the synopsis of the upcoming comic book series and it hints at the next target of the vigilante. And as Teresa pointed out with the first teaser, maybe this is the kind of cathartic, righteous fury we all need right now.

Wednesday's two minute trailer shows buildings explode, people getting shot in the face, and the main character unleashing his rage on his enemies, which may include the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, along with New York City's criminal underbelly.

So, can we root for a merciless killer?

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