Naturally, it's bloody brilliant. The show's own tone - and the very thing that many people probably like it for - is also probably one of the reasons Netflix was probably hesitant about when it comes to the original premiere date. "The Punisher" will premiere a few days before "Runaways".
Marvel Television respectfully pulled their NYCC panel, which was rumored to unveil the release date.
While we typically review these Netflix-Marvel series ahead of their debuts here at The Beat.
The 13-episode series, which stars Jon Bernthal in the titular role, is hitting Netflix on Friday 17 November - aka the day Justice League hits theatres. Lesser known characters like Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist joined forces with the likes of Daredevil to combat crime on the streets of NY.
Frank's Psyche: It seems like "The Punisher" will explore Frank's mentality and his reasons behind killing even more so than "Daredevil" Season 2. But a new trailer confirms that The Punisher can be streamed next month.
However, "Justice League" wasn't given the same courtesy, adding a slight sharp elbow to the friendly rivalry between two comic book publishers that are now major players in live-action entertainment.
Rather than The Punisher and Justice League going head to head damaging each other by forcing fans to choose, if anything, fans are going to be treated to what will essentially be a Superhero Holiday Weekend from November 17-19 on top what's already a enormous month for comic book movies.
The Punisher's road to revenge is less than a month away, and it's once again a deeply personal journey for Frank Castle.