So after seeing the trailer, alot of people are obviously saying that Marvel's Punisher is better than Thomas Jane's or War Zone, but I think that's a bad move to make. TJ was a great Punisher, as Dirty Laundry clearly showed, the movie itself just had a weak script with nice moments; War Zone is underrated and unfairly treated as a bad movie which it's not, it was released in the wrong time, and I like that movie more than TJ's version. As for this trailer, IDK: sure I see the Punisher, sure he's in Daredevil's show that is perfect because of how pitch black the show is, but I'm not saying he's better than TJ or WZ' versions, nor am I saying the actor is bad. It's great that Punisher is part of the MCU, interacting with Daredevil and others in the future, but there is nothing that makes me scream that this is better than the previous two versions. I would go as far as to say Marvel's Punisher is in the same veins of the previous versions. When I think about Punisher and how to use him now, I sadly think of Josh Hadley and his POV. He believes Punisher DOESN'T work today because he is not a Vietnam veteran, because the things Vietnam vets went through is not the same as Iraqi vets, and thus he doesn't have nor deserve to have the same treatments (his words). He just thinks Punisher should only work in the era of the '70s and 80s. With Garth Ellis as a prime example, I completely disagree with this man.