Marvel Studios and Netflix have finally revealed the latest trailer for Marvel’s The Punisher, that also includes our first premiere date for the series, which is officially set for November 17th, 2017.
The latest trailer reveals plenty more about the story for the series, revealing how Frank Castle was used by the military, and his family was killed to get to him, covering it up as a gang shooting. It looks ultra-violent, and like it’s going to be one hell of a ride.
Netflix has posted the final trailer for Stranger Things Season 2, and it is quite possibly one of the best trailers we’ve seen all year. With more clues about what to expect from the new, supposedly scarier season, and plenty of new footage.
Details on the second season have been incredibly scarce, but we won’t have to wait much longer. Stranger Things Season 2 hits on Netflix on October 27th.
The hype for New York Comic-Con is now in full swing, as Marvel Studios has released posters for four of its much anticipated television series, debuting over the course of the next year. Exclusive posters for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Jessica Jones season 2, Marvel’s Runaways, and Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger will all be available to fans at the convention.
The shows all debut at various points over the course of the next year, but Marvel is getting the hype train rolling on many of them early. Hit the jump to check out all 4 posters.
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The official Twitter account for Stranger Things has debuted a new, spooky poster for Stranger Things season 2, that shows fan-favorite Sheriff Hooper walking through a pumpkin patch, clearly affected by the Upside-Down.
On top of that, the third episode of the second season is titled “The Pumpkin Patch,” so let’s hope we get an eerie Carpenter-esque scene such as this when Stranger Things second season debuts on October 27th. Hit the jump to check out the full poster.
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The Punisher, IT: Chapter 2, Red Dead Redemption 2, plus the age-old debate of Anime vs. Video Games takes center stage on this episode of Analog! Check out the links below to listen, and please Rate & Review us on iTunes!
Marvel and Netflix have finally shared the first full trailer for Marvel’s The Punisher, and it one hell of a hard-hitting slugfest. Rightfully as it should be. Metallica blaring over the speakers, with guns, explosions, and a lot of blood. This is The Punisher. This is Frank Castle done right.
Jon Bernthal will reprise his role as Frank Castle from Marvel’s Daredevil and he’s joined by newcomers Ben Barnes as Billy Russo aka Jigsaw, Frank’s Castle’s best friend from his days in the Special Forces who runs a private military corporation called “Anvil;” Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Micro, a former NSA analyst whose secrets may be of great value to Frank Castle and everyone around them.
The official website and Twitter page for the new Mazinger Z: Infinity film have released a new poster titled “Rise Up”. In the poster we see the legendary super robot standing in rubble, with a tagline that reads “When the world disappears, the Majin appears.”
It was also revealed that the all new film will be in Italy with creator Go Nagai, for the International Rome Film Festival kicking off on October 26, prior to its theatrical run in Japan from January 13, 2018. Hit the jump to check out the poster in full.
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The best character in Punisher history is set to appear in the upcoming Netflix adaptation for The Punisher, and Jon Bernthal seems to be pretty excited about the prospect. The Battle Van is an oft-used mode of transportation for Frank Castle, that is loaded to the brim with defensive weapons, and an arsenal that could support an army. It also made for one of the coolest toys ever.
“They travel around in the Battle Van in the comics, so it was important for us to do our version of that,” Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb confirms on Netflix’s Media Center. “It’s not the Batmobile, but it’s definitely an iconic character that people know.”
Netflix has posted a cryptic new teaser for The Punisher spotlighting the shows focus on trade secrets and conspiracy theories that will factor heavily into the still-unknown plot of the upcoming series. Mention of Micro, and Operation Cerberus, as well as a good shot of the full logo.
In addition, we also have a batch of stills from the first episode which feature Jon Bernthal as the vigilante and some of his supporting cast, including Daredevil alum Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Ben Barnes as Billy Russo/Jigsaw, and Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Micro. Hit the jump to check out the stills.
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One of the more memorable things that takes place in Marvel’s The Defenders is that we finally see the fabled loss of Misty Knight’s arm. Now, thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we have a first look at Misty’s iconic robotic arm.
The arm appears to be practical effects (which is awesome), and while the origin is unknown, it’s likely to come from Danny Rand as Simone Missick will also be starring in the second season of Iron Fist. Luke Cage season 2 debuts next year, but its release date is currently unknown.
The official Twitter account for Netflix’ upcoming Punisher series has been on a rampage this morning, revealing the order and episode titles for the series’ first season, through a series of tweets in morse code.
S01E01 – 3 A.M.
S01E02 – Two Dead Men
S01E03 – Kandahar
S01E04 – Resupply
S01E05 – Gunner
S01E06 – The Judas Goat
S01E07 – Crosshairs
S01E08 – Cold Steel
S01E09 – Front Toward Enemy
S01E10 – Virtue of the Vicious
S01E11 – Danger Close
S01E12 – Home
S01E13 – Memento Mori
On top of that, the account also revealed a new trailer, featuring the cast of the show in stylized fashion in what appears to be an opening credits-esque sequence.
Former Marvel Comics editor, turned Senior Vice President of Creator and Content Development, C.B. Cebulski, has stoked the fires of rumor on Jon Bernthal’s Punisher series. Reports are saying that Cebulski told the crowd at the Asia Pop Comic-Con in Manila, “another Marvel hero may be showing up [in the Punisher].”
While the most logical conclusion would be Daredevil, his fate at the end of Defenders would imply that it would be best to leave him in the dark until his third season begins. Fans have begun to speculate that it could be Marc Spector, aka Moon Knight. We know that Brian Michael Bendis is writing a series for the silver and black Avenger, and the recent reveal of Shohreh Aghdashloo’s supporting role as a psychiatrist, it’s possible that Marc Spector (who suffers from multiple personality disorder) might be one of her patients. We’ll find out soon, as The Punisher debuts later this year.
If you stuck around to the end for Marvel’s Defenders, well after the credits, you would’ve seen the first trailer for the upcoming Marvel’s The Punisher series starring Jon Bernthal (we also posted it on Friday). Now, Netflix has released a new image of the vigilante in all his skull-emblazoned glory.
Jon Bernthal will reprise his role as Frank Castle from Marvel’s Daredevil where he’s joined by newcomers Ben Barnes as Billy Russo, aka Jigsaw, Frank’s Castle’s former friend from his Special Forces days who runs a successful private military corporation called Anvil.
A new Mazinger Z trailer has debuted, spotlighting the supporting cast for the upcoming anime film premiering next year. We’re shown the new look for several returning characters, as well as a few new characters in the mix. The trailer also debuts the release date for the film, which is set for January 13th, 2018.
Mazinger Z is one of many upcoming anime films and series being brought to Netflix, so expect to see it streaming early next year, as well.
For the few that binged the entirety of The Defenders since its release this morning, you received a gift in the form of the first Punisher trailer. The rest of us? Well, it’s been leaked online! The trailer is short but does a good job of showing the tone of what to expect from the ultra-violent vigilante.
We get shots of Frank Castle reliving his time in the Middle East, as well as the murder and memories of his family, interspersed with the man himself pummeling a concrete floor, revealing the iconic skull logo. Hit the jump to check out the trailer, which was posted on Twitter.
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