The heroics of Medal of Honor recipients have been captured in news stories, television series, movies, and books.
Now, they're finding their way onto the pages of comic books. It's fitting, really. It's not a stretch to say that the acts of bravery and selfless sacrifice laid out in those citations are super human. It seems only natural they get the super hero treatment, but not in a cheesy "wham" "bam" fashion.
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A scene from the fourth of issue of AUSA's Medal of Honor series featuring Medal of Honor recipient Sal Giunta.AUSA
After months of waiting and relentless teasing from Netflix, Marvel’s The Punisher is finally upon us — and a string of recent interviews with cast members shed light on what we can expect when Frank Castle returns on Nov. 17 to dish out some bloody, bullet-riddled justice punishment.
I’ve been pretty outspoken about my excitement for Frank Castle’s return to Netflix in The Punisher ever since Marvel’s October 2016 announcement that Jon Bernthal’s ex-Marine anti-hero would get his own show. I’ve devoted lots and lots of time to speculation on how Castle’s military history, originally teased in Daredevil season 2, would play out in a superhero series all about a one-man firing squad emblazoned with a white skull. I’d say I’ve been counting down until its release, but Netflix and Marvel are still keeping that under wraps.