Hanna is a beautiful woman who has struggled with her weight most of her life. Her weight has caused her to have low self-esteem and she is not comfortable in a relationship with the opposite sex. Hanna has been very fortunate to have some great friends throughout her life, but she never really had the confidence to develop any real close connections. It wasn’t until she moved back home with her father, Jackie, that this all seemed to change.
Hanna eventually meets a new friend, Sarah, and they develop a special bond that can only be described as “love at first sight”. Sarah is outgoing, strong, confident, and beautiful–everything that Hanna always wanted in a friend. With Sarah’s help, Hanna is able to finally lose her excess weight and begin to feel confident in herself for the first time in her life.
This newfound confidence soon blossoms into romantic feelings that Hanna begins having for Sarah. While at first Sarah is dismissive of Hanna’s affection towards her, she eventually returns these feelings and the two begin a serious romantic relationship with each other.
This is where some comic book knowledge may be needed to understand the following events. While Hanna is not described as being Jewish on the show, it does seem that her Father may be if his traditional black hat and tzizit are anything to go by.
In the Marvel Universe, there have been three different characters that have used the name of Punisher. The first was Frank Castle who started his vigilante career hunting down criminals after a crime syndicate killed his family. After eventually killing everyone responsible, he realized this didn’t change anything and continued to fight crime as The Punisher.
Another version of Punisher (whose real name is Carlos Cruz) is a Puerto Rican vigilante who takes up the job of The Punisher after Frank Castle goes missing.
The third version of The Punisher (whose real name is Jake Gallows) was also referred to as Frankencastle during his tenure as The Punisher. This incarnation used experimental drugs that were intended to give him superpowers but instead turned him into a zombie.
While at first, he was an ally to Frank Castle, after being shot and killed by another vigilante, he was resurrected as a Frankenstein Monster and joined the supervillain group Deadpool’s Mercs for Money (Frankencastle is also a former member of this group).
If it all holds true, then a future episode of ” The Punisher ” could feature a zombified Sarah Palmerona as a recurring villain who is out to kill Frank Castle.
If this ends up being the case, it should be interesting to see if Marvel handles this storyline properly or not. While there are some stories that can do justice to such iconography, there are also plenty of other times where writers don’t have a clue what to do with such characters and end up butchering them in the process.
We all know how Frank Castle fans would feel if this were to become a reality, but until things are final it is best that we wait and see how everything turns out.
About “Punisher” Season 2
After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle ( Jon Bernthal ) uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.
Jon Bernthal reprises his role of Frank Castle, a.k.a. The Punisher, from Marvel’s Daredevil where he plays the vigilante who aims to fight crime by any means necessary with brute force and violence.
The Punisher stars Jon Bernthal, Ben Barnes, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Amber Rose Revah, Deborah Ann Woll, Daniel Webber, Jason R. Moore, Paul Schulze, and Jaime Ray Newman.
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