NEW PUNISHER HARP ART: Bill Reinhold’s Punisher is ready for battle!

Last updated: March 26, 2017 at 12:07 pm
Frank is ready for battle with his 2 glocks loaded by his side and his lyre harp slung behind him!

Here he is! Frank Castle, based on Bill Reinhold’s version of The Punisher, armed and ready for battle with his two loaded glocks and his 12 stringed lyre slung behind him. Although Micro told him not to bring his harps into battle..

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The Punisher: My Gun, My Harp, and Me (And Bill Reinhold’s Punisher harp art in the making)

Last updated: March 21, 2017 at 16:34 pm
2 Punisher covers by Bill Reinhold.

I’ve been doing a lot of drawing as of late. You see, I plan to create a Punisher harp picture based on Comic Artist Bill Reinhold’s excellent Punisher artwork that appeared in many classic Punisher comics such as these two.

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NEW PUNISHER HARP ART: Frank’s on Break from the war.

Last updated: March 10, 2017 at 16:12 pm

There are times when Frank needs a break from his war against crime. Which is one of the reasons why he took up the harp. Here’s my newest Punisher art showing Frank doing what he does best besides punishing criminals. 

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NEW PUNISHER HARP ART: Frank’s 12-Stringed Lyre.

Last updated: December 16, 2016 at 15:01 pm

Presenting The Punisher’s 12 – stringed Lyre!

The Punisher's 12-stringed LyreFrank’s other lyre has 4 strings. But this new “concert grand” lyre, which Frank now plays, has only 12 strings. Believe it or not, Frank made the lyre himself during the time he was recovering from his injuries he got when he took down a brutal prostitution ring similar to that of The Slavers. Being highly adept with carving tools, Frank created the 12-stringed lyre. He did it by carving the lyre’s frame to bear two uniquely whimsical glocks flanking The Punisher’s skull emblem shown at the bottom of the frame. The skull serve as the lyre’s soundboard while the glocks are made to hold a special neck beam at the top. The beam is adorned with a row of 12 bullets which are used as tuning string pins that hold the strings that are stretched from the skull’s soundboard. Frank uses a special set of pliers to turn the bullets to tune the strings to the right pitch that he needs to play any song he wish.  Then he will play out a medley from the lyre that helps him to relax as his wounds heal and thinks of his late family.