Back in 365 Comics #104 I had just read the first issue of Space Punisher for free (through the Marvel 1 initiative at Comixology). I knew I wanted to read the entire mini-series but also knew it would have to be economically feasable to do so. At three bucks per issue and 3 of a 4 issue series remaining, that meant a steeply discounted trade (cover price = $12.99)or equally price reduced issues. We're fortunate to have a lot of remainder and used book stores here in Toronto, as well as our fair share of comics peddlers, so I knew one of those two options would happen. The third option would be to wait for a 99 ¢ sale on Comixology that may never happen. That actually would have been my preferred method because, well as much as I damn well enjoyed this book, I'm kind of embarassed by it. It is ridiculous or a level beyond, say, that movie Lockout... this is Sci-fi superhero grindhouse. It's exceptionally violent but numbingly so and so extreme it's unbelievability that it comes off like a next-level Loony Toons type of affair. Frank Castle looks like a Pro Wrestler... I think that sums it up nicely. If the WWE were to make a 40 million dollar sci-fi movie with Marvel properties it would be pretty much be this. It is stoopid amounts of fun, though.I should also note the deceit on the back cover: "collecting Space Punisher #1-5"... No bonus 5th issue here folks.