The Punisher War Journal #61 December 1993 Marvel Comics Grade NM

The Punisher War Journal #61 December 1993 Marvel Comics Grade NM

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Embossed cover art by Michael Golden, script by Chuck Dixon, art by Gary Kwapisz

"Suicide Run Part One: Terminal Objectives":
Punisher captures an accountant who works for the Vaducci Family. Hoping to be let go in exchange for information, the accountant tells him about a big mob summit that will happen in a couple of weeks in Manhattan. Later, Punisher visits Rosalie Carbone to learn more. She refuses to say anything, but her male companion explains the meeting will be at Manhattan Tower two weeks before Thanksgiving. Jackie Dee meets with various mob leaders to discuss their plan. The summit is intended to lure the Punisher into an ambush. Jigsaw leaves, telling them their plan will fail and Punisher will kill them instead.

1st printing.
This comic book is in used condition and is complete with all pages and cover attached it has flaws that warrants a NM grade.
Comic will be shipped bagged and boarded.

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