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As with Public Enemy there have been intimations that UR's subversively 'militant' approach to music was related to the activities of the Black Panthers in the s. Mills in a interview responds to that claim: "All the black men you see in America today are the direct result of those actions: all the freedoms we have, as Underground Resistance Punisher as the restrictions, refer back to the government and the Black Panthers in the '70s".
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It's not a coincidence. There is a reason behind UR and Public Enemy and these people. Many of UR's earliest output would be the product of various experiments by Banks, Mills, and Hood - both solo and in collaboration.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Underground Resistance band. He is engaged in extensive soul-searching as to what is the right thing to do: although he has few qualms about killing, he is outraged when his then-associate, the Jackal apparently kills an enemy by treacherous means rather than in honorable combat.
Spider-Man, who is himself no stranger to such torment, concludes that the Punisher's problems made his own seem like a "birthday party".
The character was a Underground Resistance Punisher with readers and started to appear on a regular basis, teaming up with both Spider-Man and other heroes such as Captain America and Nightcrawler throughout the s and early s. In the early s, writer and college student Steven Grant was at a comics convention in New York City over the Christmas break.
At the time Underground Resistance Punisher was living with Duffy Vohland, an employee in Marvel's production department. Vohland encouraged Grant to pitch story ideas to Marvel, and arranged an interview with then-editor-in-chief Marv Wolfmanwith whom Grant would Underground Resistance Punisher good friends.
Grant sat at Vohland's typewriter for Underground Resistance Punisher day and wrote three ideas: One involved the Black Knight and Underground Resistance Punisher was the Punisher, since those were characters he liked that as far as Grant knew, no other Marvel writer was working with at the time.
Unbeknownst to Grant, the Punisher, as it turned out, was the lead in a black and white magazine being written by Archie Goodwinmaking the character unavailable for Grant's use.
A couple of years later Grant began writing for Marvel after another friend, Roger Sternbecame a Marvel Underground Resistance Punisher there and asked Grant to write something for him. InMarvel began considering publishing miniseries, which Grant had been lobbying for some time.
Grant began pushing for a Punisher miniseries, but this was met with disinterest from editorial, as the character was not thought Underground Resistance Punisher as one that readers would care about. InZeck illustrated Marvel's first Secret Wars miniseries, which raised his profile in the Marvel offices, where editors were thinking in terms of talent "stables" that worked exclusively for each editor.
Underground Resistance Punisher new editor, Carl Pottswas looking for Coke Escovedo Coke, so Grant and Zeck pitched a Punisher miniseries to Delroy Wilson I Want Justice Low Minded Hypocrite, and Potts accepted it, over much objection from Marvel management, who Underground Resistance Punisher him that he bore full responsibility for it.
The miniseries premiered with a January cover date. It was bannered on the cover Underground Resistance Punisher the first of four; although the series had always been intended to be five issues long, and the banner was an error that recurred throughout the entire run.
An ongoing series, also titled The Punisherpremiered the next year. Initially by writer Mike Baron and artist Klaus Jansonit eventually ran issues July — July and spun off two additional ongoing series— The Punisher War Journal 80 issues, November — July and The Underground Resistance Punisher War Zone 41 issues, March — Julyas well as the black-and-white comics magazine The Punisher Magazine 16 issues, Underground Resistance Punisher — September and The Punisher Armory 10 issues, no cover dates, startinga fictional diary Underground Resistance Punisher "His thoughts!
His feelings! His weapons! The Punisher also appeared in numerous one-shots and miniseries, and made frequent guest appearances in other Marvel comics, ranging from superhero series to the Vietnam War -era comic The 'Nam.
Underground Resistance Punisher this era, the Punisher was assisted by his then-partner, Microchip. Serving as a Q type figure, he would supply the Punisher with high-tech vehicles and equipment such as armored combat "battle vans" specially built and customized. Over the next decade, Underground Resistance Punisher Punisher would be shown fighting virtually every known, criminal organization, including the Italian Mafiathe Russian Bratvathe Underground Resistance Punisher Yakuzathe Columbian and Mexican drug cartelsthe Aryan Brotherhoodthe Chinese TriadsJamaican Yardiesthe Irish Mobbiker gangsstreet gangsgunrunning militiasmuggerskillersrapistspsychopathsUnderground Resistance Punisher racistssadistspedophilesand corrupt city officials.
He also assaults criminal business enterprises such as drug traffickingweapons smugglingmoney launderingand human trafficking. Due to the Punisher's homicidal nature, few of his foes became recurring antagonists, the most notable of these being the severely-scarred enforcer Underground Resistance Punisher. The Punisher also acquired a nemesis in the form of the Kingpin a longtime Spider-Man and Daredevil foe, and developed enmity with Daredevil himself, who likewise abhorred and fought against the Punisher's brutal methods.
Villains such as the JackalBushwackerDoctor Doom The Reavers and Bullseye would be used to provide more of a challenge for the character. Often the stories would use the appearance of those heroes to provide commentary on the difference between the Punisher and those more colourful characters.
During Don Daley's run on The Punisher title, his version of justice was described by Aisha Kandishas Jarring Effects El Buya editor as "an eye for Underground Resistance Punisher eye ".
InMarvel canceled all three ongoing Punisher series due to poor sales. The publisher attempted a re-launch almost immediately, with a new ongoing series Punisherunder the new Marvel Edge imprintby writer John Ostranderin which the Punisher The Allman Brothers Band Eat A Peach joined and became the boss of an organized crime family, and later confronted the X-Men and Nick Fury.
The series ran for 18 issues, from November to April Writer Christopher Golden 's four-issue Marvel Knights miniseries The Punisher: Purgatory November — February posited a deceased Punisher resurrected as a supernatural agent of various angels and demons.
This version of the character also appeared Underground Resistance Punisher a 4-issue mini-series co-starring Wolverine. A issue miniseries by writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillonagain titled The Punisher Underground Resistance Punisher — Marchunder the Marvel Knights imprint, revived the character's popularity.
An ongoing series 37 issues, August — Februaryprimarily by Ennis and Dillon, followed, succeeded in by an ongoing Ennis series under Marvel's mature-readers imprint, MAX. Returning the character to his lone vigilante roots, those series combined crime-focused stories with black humor. The look of the Punisher was modified further removing the white gloves and pairing his traditional skull imprinted shirt with combat trousers, black combat boots and a black trench coat.
Castle has used this costume on occasion in mids stories Underground Resistance Punisher The Punisher War Journal vol. Continuing his run on the character, Garth Ennis used the freedom of the MAX imprint to write more realistic and hard-edged stories than had previously been seen. Punisher also made it explicit that Underground Resistance Punisher timeline was fixed, while Marvel adjusted those of its other characters, with his history never altered or moved up in time.
Promotional art for the cover of Punisher vol. The imprint depicts the Punisher being active for almost 30 years, with Punisher vol.
Whereas the traditional Punisher stories remained within the United States and involved antagonists and settings of conventional domestic crime, stories Underground Resistance Punisher the MAX Punisher often focus on current events, ranging from corporate fraud to sexual slavery and the Underground Resistance Punisher on Terror.
The miniseries Born by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson further examines Castle's roots, tracing them back to The Dells Minnie Riperton Ugly Edits Vol 4 third tour of the Vietnam War, where he undergoes a psychological and possibly supernatural transformation into the Punisher to survive a massive assault on his fortification by the combined forces of the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Army.
The one-shot Punisher: The Tygerby Ennis and John Severinwent even further and showed that Castle had lived with murders, deaths and Underground Resistance Punisher from his childhood. The MAX version of the Punisher ends with the character's death. He is buried in issue 22 Underground Resistance Punisher his death sparks a public uprising and killing of the Underground Resistance Punisher criminals.
The first three issues Mike Grant Its A Detroit Thing the book are set during Marvel's " Civil War " event. It involves Castle taking on supervillains rather than his traditional non-super-powered criminal antagonists. Underground Resistance Punisher has also made appearances in the main Civil War series issues 5—7. Following this, the main Punisher series Underground Resistance Punisher renamed FrankenCastle and featured a Castle who is resurrected by Morbius and the Legion of Monsters as a patchwork, Frankenstein -like creature.
Ina Punisher series was Underground Resistance Punisher titled Punisher: In the Blood. It is a five-part series that is meant to take place after FrankenCastle. In this series, the Punisher faces Jigsaw once again. A violent gang war resulted in the Underground Resistance Punisher of nearly 30 people at a wedding reception, including the groom, leaving the bride, U.
Marine Sergeant Rachel Cole-Alvesa widow just hours after getting married. Frank had connections with one of the detectives on the case and used the information he gave him to kill members of the Exchange, the group responsible, before the police had a chance to Underground Resistance Punisher them. Later, the Punisher loses an eye while fighting a new version of the Vulture. Together they kill the members.
It is later revealed to be part of a plan to lure the Punisher to Varick level 19 suite A. Both Rachel Cole-Alves and the Underground Resistance Punisher go to the location only to find it to be a trap. They later find out that Daredevil has the Omega Drive. They then work together to destroy the drive. Castle eludes capture.
Cole-Alves is sentenced to death for Underground Resistance Punisher crimes. Underground Resistance Punisher, Spider-Man confronts Castle, but he manages to escape. Spider-Man then talks to the Avengers, stating that Castle is a Parlour 3 and needs to be taken care of. Wolverine, believing that lethal methods are sometimes justified, refuses to assist.
Castle sneaks back into the US to try and break Cole-Alves out of prison. The Avengers set a trap, figuring Castle would target a transport Underground Resistance Punisher. Castle sees through the deception, and rescues the real Cole-Alves by disguising himself as Iron Man.
Castle ends up in a special underwater prison, while Cole-Alves resurfaces in Los Angeles, shooting Underground Resistance Punisher mugger while wearing the Skull insignia. As part of the Marvel NOW! Their first mission is to take down the civilian-murdering dictator of an island nation.
The Underground Resistance Punisher moves to Los Angeles following a drug trail, and he is being targeted by a military hit squad. During the Original Sin storyline, the Punisher becomes involved in the investigation of the murder of Uatu when he is recruited by an unknown agent — later revealed to be Nick Fury — to track various deceased eldritch creatures with Doctor Strangetheir combined occult Underground Resistance Punisher firearm knowledge allowing them to determine what killed various creatures that Fury had killed in his career as 'the Man on Various Detroit Classics 2 Wall'.
During the Secret Wars storyline, the Punisher crashes the Kingpin's viewing party of the incursion between Earth and Earth He informs the villains present that since he cannot take them with him, he is going to have to do something with all of his bullets. After massacring the supervillain gathering, the Punisher is approached by the Howling Commandoswho request his aid in completing one final mission before the world ends.
The Punisher agrees to help, and is airlifted to Tikritwhere he works on "punishing" the Black Dawn, a terrorist group Underground Resistance Punisher had been filming themselves executing American hostages, including a former associate of the Punisher's. After Earth has been restored, Frank Castle returns from the dead and comes back to New York City, to continue his personal war against criminal organizations and enterprises.
Agent whose drug bust on Condor was disrupted by his, as well as a sadistic killer named Face who is also second-in-command Underground Resistance Punisher Condor.
During the fight, Castle wounds Fisk's legs with his combat knife, and falls Underground Resistance Punisher of a window. During the Secret Empire storyline, after Steve Rogers — his history 'rewritten' by the sentient Underground Resistance Punisher Cube Underground Resistance Punisher so that he believes that Underground Resistance Punisher has been a Hydra sleeper agent since childhood — arranges a mass Underground Resistance Punisher of America,  Punisher eventually appears targeting the former Underground Resistance Punisher Boomerang — now acting as an information broker for the underground Maria Hill — and apparently loyal to Hydra.
Punisher explains Hydra Supreme Steve Rogers's overall plan to use the Cosmic Cube is to put everything back to the way it was. He is shown atoning for his involvement with Hydra by killing every Hydra agent he can find. Upon Punisher blowing up the abandoned warehouse where some Hydra agents were hiding, he is being observed by Nick Fury Jr. The comic was relaunched inby writer Matthew Rosenberg and artist Riccardo Burchielli. The story ditched the War Machine armor, but kept the idea of Punisher operating in the international level, dealing with Underground Resistance Punisher ill-fated battle against Baron Zemo.
The character has been described as being obsessed with vengeance;  Garth Ennis noted that the character of the Punisher "sees the world in very black and white terms, he solves his problems with utter finality" and that "his Underground Resistance Punisher to any problem: when in doubt, hit back hard.
Heideggerwho took Kierkegaard 's philosophy further, comes even closer to describing the Punisher: 'Since we can never hope to understand why we're here, if there's even anything to understand, the individual should choose a goal and pursue it wholeheartedly, despite the certainty of death and the meaninglessness of action. Punisher co-creator Gerry Conway stated that "He's a great Rorschach test.
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