Since Garth Ennis brought the Punisher to Marvel's MAX line, I can't get enough. His take on Frank "The Punisher" Castle is of a man posessed that has only one goal in his life: to punish criminals. Man of Stone, the seventh collected volume in Ennis' bloody and brutal run on the series, continues Ennis' take on the unstoppable killer of killers as Frank makes his way to Afghanistan in a hunt for the elusive Rawlins (from Mother Russia and Up is Down and Black is White), but he gets even more than he bargained for with Soviet war criminal General Zakharov pulling all the strings; and setting a trap for Frank that involves his occasional flame O'Brien. There's political intrigue, surprises, and shocking displays of violence and dark humor to be found as usual, and frequent Punisher artist Leandro Fernandez provides solid pencil work as well. Like Ennis' previous Punisher tales, Man of Stone is enjoyable and well paced, so if you've enjoyed Ennis' lengthy run on the series, chances are you'll dig Man of Stone too.