Following the symbiote outbreak which turns most of the world's population in cannibalistic savages, Frank Castle begins hunting down the infected whilst forced to protecting a priest and a young girl. Soon, Frank finds himself pulled into the source of the infection thanks to the accompaniment of an infected Deadpool. MPAA Rating: Rated R for pervasive strong grisly violence and language.
Marvel's dark characters battle against Vemon as his symbiote is begin dangerously viral.
Iraq war veteran Frank Castle hopes to live a peaceful life away from any trouble but is having difficulties trying to decide what he wants to do with himself for the rest of his life. While on vacation with his family in Panama City, they witness an execution of an old friend of Frank's and Panama City's biggest crime lord Ricardo Diaz. Immediately being discovered, Diaz orders a brutal massacre on the Castles. Frank having survived and left for dead, he finally comes to a decision: rid the world of injustice the only way possible... sheer punishment. MPAA Rating: Rated ...
Marvel's dark characters team up.
After the fall of mankind, only one survivor walks the streets of New York. His name is Frank Castle and he is the last gun on earth! "Patient Zero" is playing a game of cat and mouse with him, as is his messenger, the infected and insane (more than usually) Deadpool. It seems that there are still survivors and as Frank is out to destroy all mutant cannibals and doing better now than ever since there is no law to stop him, Patient Zero wants to make him an offer he can't refuse. Upon rescuing a Priest and a young ...
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