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Army of One: Punisher Origins (2004)



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OK for one viewing
16 November 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I haven't learned how to flesh out reviews for very short extras found on DVDs yet, but I'll continue to try. This 13 minute long documentary can be found as an extra on the Punisher DVD. The main reason I watched it was because I knew that Garth Ennis took part in it, his segments are OK, but far too short though. Timothy Bradstreet's segments was good too, I wish I could draw half as well as he does. This extra is good for one viewing, but it's pretty disposable stuff. Any true Punisher fan knows a lot more of the character then is covered in the measly 13 minutes alloted for the subject matter.

My Grade: C-

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