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Punisher War Journal #66: Review

May 1994
Steven Grant, Hugh Haynes

Punisher War Journal #66 cover

Story Name:

Last Exit

Review & Comments

3 stars

Punisher War Journal #66 Review by (August 7, 2014)
Comments: “Pariah Part Two” (of five) on cover. Captain America is battling the degenerative effects of his Super-Soldier Serum in the “Fighting Chance” story line in his own comic, explaining his slower reactions here. Issue includes a two-page article on the Punisher’s armory. Issue includes a tribute to Jack Kirby, who died on February 6, 1994. Review:


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Punisher War Journal #66 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro

The Punisher takes the V.I.G.I.L. officers on a chase through the supposedly abandoned tenement building, leading them to a fugitive in hiding, a sex dungeon, and a family of squatters. Captain America confronts Frank and asks him to surrender peacefully….

Elsewhere gang boss Mr. Machete blames Willy for the loss of the drugs (last issue) and executes him with a sword....

The Punisher knowing he can’t defeat Cap in a had-to-hand fight dashes back through the building. Sensing that Cap is not at peak performance, Frank heads for the roof. There he breaks into a water tower, sending waves crashing down on his pursuer; he then grabs onto Tess Clay’s news helicopter and orders them to fly to Manhattan. Cap discourages V.I.G.I.L. head John Lowe from an aerial battle over the city and assures him that the Punisher made a mistake in heading there….

Punisher War Journal #66 cover

Barberoids 1 cover original artwork on ebay

Hugh Haynes
Mick Gray
John Kalisz
Brent Anderson (Cover Penciler)
Brent Anderson (Cover Inker)


Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)

(Frank Castle)

Plus: V.I.G.I.L..

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