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Product NamePunisher / Punisher War Zone
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CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV
Short DescriptionWeight:0.4 pounds
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SKU0031398132820-11
Price New9.09 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Long DescriptionPunisher: War Zone Ex-Special Forces officer Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson, Rome) is back with all guns blazing as The Punisher, this time waging a one-man war on two fronts. While targeting the vicious mob boss, Billy Russoti, Castle horribly disfigures the gangster in a firefight that also claims the life of an undercover FBI agent. Now The Punisher must find a way to elude the law and decimate a deadly crime army in this adrenaline-packed action-thriller. The Punisher The Punisher walks through the world we all know, a world darkened by war, crime, cruelty and injustice. He has no superpowers to battle the evil he sees - only his fierce intelligence, his years of combat experience, and above all, his iron determination to avenge those wronged by society's villains.
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