Frank Castle Is A Man On A Mission In New Punisher Images


With The Punisher finally about to drop on Netflix next month, a few more promo images for the upcoming Marvel series have appeared online today – which we’ve put together in the gallery below for your viewing pleasure. They’re an interesting collection, too, as the stills highlight Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) at various different stages in his life.

For instance, one image sees him looking pretty down while chatting with Deborah Ann Woll’s Karen Page, who we recently learned wasn’t always set to appear in the show. In this particular scene, Frank’s sporting shaggy hair and a beard. Whatever Karen says to him seems to do the trick, though – or makes him worse, depending on your viewpoint – as other images see a clean-shaven Frank back in business as the Punisher.

In another photo, meanwhile, he’s going undercover to spy on his enemies alongside his tech guru Micro (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), while elsewhere he’s decked out in armored gear and a mask while gas fills the room around him. Finally, we get a pic that dives into Frank’s past and sees him during happier times back in Afghanistan, laughing with his best friend Billy Russo (Ben Barnes).

Additionally, we also get a look at The Punisher‘s supporting cast here. Amber Rose Revah appears as Dinah Madani, an original character created for the show. She’s a highly trained Homeland Security Agent who’s after the Punisher, but could be set to ally herself with him at some point. Another features Rawlins (Paul Schulze), a CIA boss who knew Castle during his time in the military, while there’s also a solo shot for Barnes as Russo, who we know’s destined to become Jigsaw, the Punisher’s nemesis.

For more, here’s the official synopsis for the series:

After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.

The Punisher shoots onto Netflix on November 17th and yes, that’s the same day Justice League hits theatres. Let the battle begin!