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Punisher War Journal - Volume 4: Jigsaw (英语) 平装 – 2009年4月1日

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  • 出版社: Marvel (2009年4月1日)
  • 丛书名: Graphic Novel Pb
  • 平装: 144页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 0785129642
  • 条形码: 9780785129646
  • 商品尺寸: 18.4 x 1 x 26 cm
  • 商品重量: 295 g
  • ASIN: 0785129642
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All the players are assembled...the stage is set...the lights are lowered...and a conspiracy 18 issues in the making begins This is it: the ultimate revenge saga as designed and engineered by Punisher's arch-rival, Jigsaw He's killed off the loose ends from Frank Castle's life before the Punisher; he's replacing him on the streets with a leaner, meaner psychotic; and now Jiggy's taking out everyone and everything that Castle holds dear and framing him for it And this is just the bloody beginning Collects Punisher War Journal #18-23.

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平均3.0 星 Another chapter of the Punisher War Journal (#4 Jigsaw). An okay read. 2013年11月5日
评论者 Joseph J. Truncale - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I have read quite a few of Frank Castle(Alias The Punisher)graphic books lately. As I have mentioned previously, the reason why I like this character is that he has no "super powers." He is just a man who has incredible natural and trained skills who understands why the criminal justice system often does not work in favor of the victim. He acts as judge, jury and executioner as he dishes out his special brand of justice.

I have to mention that I did not enjoy reading this volume as much as the ones I have previously read. I guess it is because he seems to be almost helpless at times, as his enemy Jigsaw pretends to be "The Punisher" killing innocent civilians and anyone else who is in the area. The one redeeming thing about this graphic novel is the amount of action and great illustrations.

Frank Castle, The Punisher finally comes around toward the end of the book finally getting back at Jigsaw killing him with help from some friends. It also was somewhat difficult to determine which was Frank Castle and which one was Jigsaw. Fortunately, it came together at the end of the story but I did not enjoy this sometimes confusing story.

In conclusion, those who are fans of The Punisher series may want to check out this volume.

Rating: 3 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Never Trust a Politician: A critical review of politics and politicians)
平均4.0 星 Punisher War Journal Jigsaw comic 2013年8月23日
评论者 vince west - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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A young Punisher fights a very mad Jigsaw and a few others. Jigsaw has some new craziness and tricks this time to try.
平均4.0 星 Engaging story, with Strange and Interesting Artwork 2012年10月11日
评论者 B - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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First, the story: I'm not sure what everyone seems to be complaining about. Fraction's story is entertaining, engaging, and gruesome. Yeah, S.H.I.E.L.D. comes to Frank's rescue in a Deus Ex Machina convenient moment, but the short interplay between the ladies of the Hand (as well as their undead ninjas) and Frank was interesting. The art takes a little getting used to, but starts to flow after you start reading the story. Yeah, the art could have been better, but there is nothing wrong with this story. It's a great take on Jigsaw and his strange status as Frank Castle's nemesis.

Second, the art: Chaykin's art is a strange cross-breed of 1980s Frank Miller mixed with 1990s Richard Case. It's an odd style for a Punisher book, but it was cool once I got used to it. Sure, I prefer Ariel Olivetti's master work (I don't understand why people complain about him, either--the man is an artistic genius)or Mick Bertiloronzi (from Punisher: In the Blood #3)but Chaykin's art suffices. So quit yer gripin' already! These guys are talented.
平均2.0 星 Hovering between a 1-2 star 2009年11月20日
评论者 danny boy - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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In this vol, the young cop Ian, who was last seen in vol 2 having a standoff with the bushwhacker, is somehow brainwashed by Jigsaw and his girlfriend (never got her name) into posing as the Punisher and committing crimes in his name. How anyone can mistake the slightly built Ian for the muscular Punisher is amazing. Well, the way Howard Chaykin draws his figures, you can. All his men (from American Flagg to the Punisher) look alike. Only difference is in hair coloring, and whether they had a moustache or not.

There is this set-up by the criminal Jigsaw to frame the Punisher and at the same time, offer a $50 mill reward for his demise. Jigsaw is also good-looking (like the Punisher). If this was a stand-alone comic, OK then. But we are supposed to be tuned in to the Marvel Civil War and universe etc etc. Last I saw, Jigsaw was damned ugly and in jail. Now he is out there and has $50 mill to blow???

GW Bridges comes in again to try to arrest the Punisher. Everytime he comes across the Punisher, he lets him go (what is his role again?). Bridges recruits three ex-Shield operatives, Sable, The Countessa and some girl with probabilty (a female longshot, I think). These three explode onto the scene fighting the Hand Ninja clan over Punisher. This cat fight scene is really badly done, too similar in style to Millers Dark Knight Returns part 2. Thus, Jigsaw looking like Harvey Dent confirms my suspicion that originality is definitely mising here.

Finally, how can the Punisher be so blatantly careless, openly living at some fixed location, buying his groceries and getting his mags from regular joints where everyone knows him? Also, how could he not realise that his blind female masseur turns out to be this girlfriend of Jigsaw?

Muddled writing and poor graphics. Great looking covers though.
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平均1.0 星 Ham-Fisted, Amateurish And Stuck In The Past... 2009年10月13日
评论者 DLD - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Matt Fraction's tenure on "Punisher: War Journal" continues to limp along like an injured old English Sheepdog looking for a place to lay down and die. This volume reintroduces Frank's old nemesis, Billy "Jigsaw" Russo and after reading it, and without wanting to labour the analogy too much, I found myself wishing that someone would drag this trusty old companion out behind the barn with a double-barrel and put it out of it's misery.

Where to start with what's wrong with this book?

Well, lets start with the biggie: Matt Fraction just does not understand Frank Castle.

It's patently obvious to me that, after sitting through four volumes of his inept attempts at getting inside the big fella's mind, he just doesn't understand what makes the character tick. Frank Castle was fundamentally reinvented, for the better, in my opinion, by Garth Ennis (who injected a much needed note of realism and authenticity to the character) and he is no longer, as a character, about running around with an Uzi and white boots, having arguments with Superheroes. Today's "Punisher" is older, wiser, more dangerous and frankly even more psychopathic than ever. He is a cool, clinical strategist, tactician and soldier who has become so completely consumed by his "mission" that it's debatable whether he really even functions as a human being at this point. Reading Fraction's take on the character is like taking a step back to the eighties - he's a hot-head, he's stupid and he's clumsy. Reading Fraction after reading Ennis is like reading "The Dark Knight Returns" and then seeing Bill Finger resuming writing and artwork duties and repopulating Batman with oversized props and gangsters in zoot suits called 'Slapsy' again.

Then there's the dialogue - Fraction seems to favour the deeply irritating Brian Michael Bendis "Powers" school of 'try and jam as many words into a frame as you possibly can'. Trying to read his laboured attempts at externalizing Jigsaw's thoughts is actually painful. Really. Someone needs to tell the guy that comics are primarily a visual medium and that 'less' really is 'so much more'.

As for the plot...well, we have a revenge plot so that is so ridiculous, hackneyed and clichéd that Marvel might as well have just re-printed a series from the Reagan era and had done with it. Fraction also populates the book with so many scantily clad female assassins and "Shield" types that he seems to be confused as to whether he's writing an issue of "The Punisher" or "Elektra" - a problem not helped by Howard Chaykin's artwork; seriously, someone needs to tell Chaykin that the eighties called and that they want their artwork back. "The Punisher" sporting an eighties "bum-freezer" style Leather jacket and black, straight-line designer pants? Dear God...

If you're a fan of the darker, more cerebral "Punisher" of recent years, avoid Fraction's take on the character like the plague. I know I will be from this point on.