[Spoiler Alert, you have been warned]
Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) set out to exact vengeance on the people responsible for his family’s murder at the end of Daredevil season 2, and by the time we catch up with him in his spinoff series, his ruthless crusade is nearly complete. Yet even after he kills every last enemy, he can’t seem to get his horrific past out of his head — and his past isn’t interested in setting him free. Before we move on, this is your last warning to look away if you haven’t finished watching the 13-episode season of Marvel’s The Punisher.
Okay then. Here’s how the series ended: Frank murders Rawlins (Paul Schulze), but when he’s forced to battle his best-friend-turned-biggest-enemy, Billy Russo (Ben Barnes), he decides not to kill him, destroying his face instead. Marion James (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) lets Frank walk away a free man with a new identity at the request of Dinah Madani (Amber Rose Revah), who vows to make Billy pay for his actions, including his murder of her partner, Sam Stein (Michael Nathanson).
Frank then ends the finale at the veterans group run by Curtis Hoyle (Jason R. Moore), delivering a heartfelt speech about how scared he really is now that he no longer has a war to fight.
It’s a quiet ending to a season full of R-rated violence that made The Punisher Marvel’s bloodiest outing yet on Netflix. And it’s one that sets up a potential future for the tortured vigilante — a future the series’ showrunner, Steve Lightfoot, would very much like to see. EW spoke to Lightfoot about the show’s conclusion and where it could lead.
It’s awesome that ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY provides us with this information. on the show because this is a fan-favorite character already introduced in another show and create a story around him. (Daredevil on Netflix season 2, John Bernthal is a great actor
This Neftlix Marvel series is going to be exciting check out now on Netflix, you don’t want to miss this.
Date published: 20/11/17
Written by: Joseph Opoku
Source: (1) Entertainment Weekly
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