Lori Steinbach Certified Educator To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is full of instances of both justice and injustice, and most of them happen outside of the courtroom. In fact, the most obvious miscarriage of justice happens in a courtroom but is redressed outside of it.
First appearance[ edit ] The Punisher was conceived of by then-writer of The Amazing Spider-Man, Gerry Conway, inspired by The Executionera popular book series created by author Don Pendletonin which a Vietnam veteran, Mack Bolanbecomes a serial killer of criminals after the Mafia -related deaths of his family.
Conway described the inspiration in an interview from And while I was doing the Jackal storyline, the opportunity came for a character who would be used by the Jackal to make Spider-Man's life miserable. The Punisher seemed to fit. As Conway recalled in"In the '70s, when I was writing comics at DC and Marvel, I made it a practice to sketch my own ideas for the costumes of new characters—heroes and villains—which I offered to the artists as a crude suggestion representing the image I had in mind.
I had done that with the Punisher at Marvel. Marvel art director John Romita, Sr.
Stan Leethen Marvel's editor-in-chief, recalled in that he had suggested the character's name: Gerry Conway was writing a script and he wanted a character that would turn out to be a hero later on, and he came up with the name the Assassin.
And I mentioned that I didn't think we could ever have a comic book where the hero would be called the Assassin, because there's just too much of a negative connotation to that word.
And I remembered that, some time ago, I had had a relatively unimportant character He is portrayed as a bloodthirsty vigilante who has no qualms about killing gangsters, something that most superheroes of the time refrain from doing. In this appearance, the Punisher is determined to kill Spider-Man, who is wanted for the apparent murder of Norman Osborn.
All he reveals about himself is that he is a former U. He has a fierce temper but also shows signs of considerable frustration over his self-appointed role of killer vigilante.
He is engaged in extensive soul-searching as to what is the right thing to do: Spider-Man, who is himself no stranger to such torment, concludes that the Punisher's problems made his own seem like a "birthday party". At the time he was living with Duffy Vohland, an employee in Marvel's production department.
Vohland encouraged Grant to pitch story ideas to Marvel, and arranged an interview with then-editor-in-chief Marv Wolfmanwith whom Grant would become good friends.
Grant sat at Vohland's typewriter for a day and wrote three ideas: One involved the Black Knight and one was the Punisher, since those were characters he liked that as far as Grant knew, no other Marvel writer was working with at the time. Unbeknownst to Grant, the Punisher, as it turned out, was the lead in a black and white magazine being written by Archie Goodwinmaking the character unavailable for Grant's use.
A couple of years later Grant began writing for Marvel after another friend, Roger Sternbecame a Marvel editor there and asked Grant to write something for him.
InMarvel began considering publishing miniseries, which Grant had been lobbying for some time. Grant began pushing for a Punisher miniseries, but this was met with disinterest from editorial, as the character was not thought of as one that readers would care about.
InZeck illustrated Marvel's first Secret Wars miniseries, which raised his profile in the Marvel offices, where editors were thinking in terms of talent "stables" that worked exclusively for each editor. A new editor, Carl Pottswas looking for projects, so Grant and Zeck pitched a Punisher miniseries to him, and Potts accepted it, over much objection from Marvel management, who told him that he bore full responsibility for it.
It was bannered on the cover as the first of four; although the series had always been intended to be five issues long, and the banner was an error that recurred throughout the entire run. An ongoing series, also titled The Punisherpremiered the next year. Initially by writer Mike Baron and artist Klaus Jansonit eventually ran issues July — July and spun off two additional ongoing series — The Punisher War Journal 80 issues, November — July and The Punisher War Zone 41 issues, March — Julyas well as the black-and-white comics magazine The Punisher Magazine 16 issues, November — September and The Punisher Armory 10 issues, no cover dates, startinga fictional diary detailing "His thoughts!
The Punisher also appeared in numerous one-shots and miniseries, and made frequent guest appearances in other Marvel comics, ranging from superhero series to the Vietnam War -era comic The 'Nam.
During this era, the Punisher was assisted by his then-partner, Microchip. Serving as a Q type figure, he would supply the Punisher with high-tech vehicles and equipment such as armored combat "battle vans" specially built and customized.
Over the next decade, the Punisher would be shown fighting virtually every known, criminal organization, including the Italian Mafiathe Russian Bratvathe Japanese Yakuzathe Columbian and Mexican drug cartelsthe Aryan Brotherhoodthe Chinese TriadsJamaican Yardiesthe Irish Mobbiker gangsstreet gangsgunrunning militiasmuggerskillersrapistspsychopathsviolent racistssadistspedophilesand corrupt city officials.Here’s a list of movies available to convert from disc-to-digital format.
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Get an answer for 'Quotes Regarding Justice/Injustice in "To Kill a Mockingbird"In To Kill a Mockingbird, what are some quotes said by any character in the story concerning prejudice, injustice. Ideally, justice would be blind to race, gender or other differences yet, as shown in To Kill a Mockingbird, it isn't and for the most part, justice is not served.
Many innocent characters, or mockingbirds, are subject to the injustice of the prejudice folks of Maycomb County and, consequently, are destroyed.