We’ve now seen more actors play live-action versions of The Punisher than Spider-Man. Dolph Lundgren was the first to star as the anti-hero in the 1989 eponymous feature, and both Thomas Jane and Ray Stevenson followed with their own versions years later in films of their own. Now, however, the world has been introduced to Jon Bernthal’s interpretation of Frank Castle courtesy of Daredevil Season 2 – and he’s the best adaptation that we’ve seen yet, leaving us with some truly amazing and memorable moments.

The Punisher is featured in almost every episode of the new season of the hit Marvel/Netflix series, but there are a handful of sequences that stand out above the rest when we think about the impressive and incredible take on the character. To celebrate this, we’ve plucked out our six favorite Punisher moments in Daredevil Season 2. Read on to find out which ones made the cut!

SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains many huge spoilers for the entirety of Daredevil Season 2. If you have not yet caught up with the show, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles.

Punisher Daredevil Season 2
Taking Out The Kitchen Irish
Frank Castle doesn’t even show his face in Daredevil Season 2 before killing his first victim – and it’s not just one guy that gets blown away in The Punisher’s explosive entrance to the world of the show. Instead, the character makes his presence known to the audience by taking out a room full of Irish gangsters, who happen to be in the midst of celebrating how it is their time to shine after the fall of Wilson Fisk. Frank doesn’t even enter the room, using some sort of automatic weapon to shoot through the windows and deliver violent death after violent death. He doesn’t wind up getting a 100% kill rate in the scene, as McCaleb Burnett’s Grotto manages to walk out of the bar still breathing… but it’s only a couple episodes later that this wrong is righted and the Punisher completes his mission.

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