We return during the second season to recount a long series of dramatic and dramatic events that Frank begins during his career. The season opens with Frank pledging to end the war that has consumed his life during those years. It is clear that Frank is still suffering from all those events that occurred earlier where he wants to get rid of everything related to these people during his career in taking revenge.
Season two is a whole new Frank Castle adventure and all the better for it. From a solid beginning to one of the best homages to Assault on Precinct 13 made in quite some time, The Punisher is bringing a serious A-game to its latest go around the block.
It's too long and doesn't have enough story to adequately fill 13 hours of television. The many pieces of the puzzle also don't start coming together until far too late in the game as a result, and by that point, it's rather hard to care.