Two New Punisher War Zone Movie Posters

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My movie fanatic buddy Advanced Dark alerted me to these via his Marvel Movies Facebook page. They’re the first posters for the upcoming Punisher reboot Punisher: War Zone.

I think they convey a seriously dark, militaristic vibe – much more than the first film. I don’t know if people will show up to see this one, but it certainly looks like it’s going to capture the feel of the comic book version of the character.

Check out the posters below.

punisher war zone poster1 Two New Punisher War Zone Movie Posters

punisher war zone poster2 Two New Punisher War Zone Movie Posters

So what do you think?

Punisher War Zone opens December 5th, 2008.

Images: Getty Images

(And thanks to Scott for the kick in the pants to get these posted up.)

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  1. Looking forward to it!

  2. I’ve always thought the Punisher was a very cool character. The basic premise for the Punisher mythos is very much like many action movies.
    Comic book fans will go to see this and action movie fans will go to see this. Punisher has TWO built in audiences.
    I think this movie has a good chance to do quite well.

  3. The posters look better than the preview. :)

  4. Why they didn’t go with this look for the lighting instead of neon and sodium yellow lighting is kinda dumb fonding.

  5. Posters looks like the comics, hopefully the movie will capture the same dark tone as the comic…

  6. Mike: The neon light mirrors from the style MAX comic series.

  7. I know, it still looks bad. Why they thought taking their lighting cues from some bad digital coloring in the comic was a good idea, still confuses me.

    1. What worked on the page, doesn’t always work on the screen.
    2. To paraphrase Tim Bradstreet: Just because a movie is based on a comic, doesn’t mean it has to look like one.