The debut of Marvel’s Punisher spinoff brings the grand total of MCU and X-universe series up to eleven; soon to be twelve with Hulu’s Runaways. From the slums of Hell’s Kitchen to the moon, the time is now to rank all of Marvel’s current-generation live-action series, including our beloved Defenders, mutants and more.
Marvel’s ‘Punisher’ spinoff is nowhere near the tone-deaf shoot-em-up we feared, but still feels like three different series rolled up in one strong supporting cast. Our early review, before first season hits Netflix on November 17.
Marvel may never shake questions of gun violence around The Punisher, but the Netflix spinoff is taking aim at a new release. A second trailer for the Defenders-adjacent drama delves into Frank’s past and sets an official November premiere date.
Marvel made the sensible decision to pull Punisher promotion from New York Comic-Con in the wake of this week’s Las Vegas massacre, but the shift may run deeper. According to a new report, The Punisher may now be moved altogether to a late fall release.
Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil knew enough to question The Punisher’s gun-toting methods, but the spinoff now predictably faces its own controversy. In the wake of tragic events in Las Vegas, Netflix and Marvel have opted to pull The Punisher’s major debut from New York Comic-Con.
If you were hoping The Punisher arrived guns-blazing, head-banging and Bernthal-brooding, today’s your day. Marvel’s Netflix spinoff released an action-packed first full trailer, raiding the music library once more to the sweet sounds of Metallica.
We knew Marvel’s Netflix Punisher would have to distinguish itself from the dimly-lit Defenders, but who knew that meant body-cams and broad daylight murder? Frank Castle is a woodland killer in the latest teaser for the Daredevil spinoff.