13 Dec Las Vegas Shooting: The Punisher By Netflix Pulled From Comic Con
The promotions of popular comic-book adaptation series “The Punisher” has been pulled from the largest pop-culture event “Comic Con New York”. This was declared after Marvel and Netflix rated the show inappropriate after the controversial mass shooting that occurred recently in Las Vegas.
The Shooting Massacre Affected The Image Of The Show
The streaming service and the comic giant gave a joint statement in an event held on 7 October to take the show forward and go on air. But Netflix hasn’t yet confirmed the premiere dates.
This irresponsible act in Las Vegas has tremendously affected the show and the makers of this show. Finally, after digging into this sensitive matter, Netflix and Marvel have decided “The Punisher” will not participate in New York Comic Con. The victims affected by the use of gun use aren’t surprising. It is a known fact that Castle’s fascination for firearms and to use them regularly is a common factor in this comic. The critiques judged the series called stating that the creators should rely less on violence, and more on the other aspects of the story.
The Preview Event Gets Canceled In Paris
It is no surprise that the sensitive move to pull the panel with the mass shooting will remain fresh in the minds of Americans. A preview event was scheduled in Paris on October 7, but now it has also been canceled for the same reasons.
The Popular Comic Of 1974
“The Punisher” was a popular comic published back in 1974 and was one of the most innovative concepts if compared within any other genre. Garth Ennis, an Irish writer described the life events of a 10-year-old boy named Castle to a middle-aged man. I was truly an incredible work by this writer, and the comic was dubbed as the world’s most creative achievement of the decade.
Mass Shooting Events From Few Series In The Past
“The Punisher” is the latest show which has been drastically affected by a mass shooting. After a mass shooting in the first season finale of the series, “Mr. Robert” got postponed in Virginia in 2015. Another sniper-themed series “Shooter” was postponed twice due to the same reasons. In Hannibal, one episode in which the Sandy Hook shooting occurred in 2013, the makers had to halt the show. This year “The Carmichael Show” ended up postponing an episode that that had intense gun-violence scenes because of the mass shootings that took place in Alexandria and Virginia.
Will New Young Perps Series Catch The Fame?
With Netflix advert fiasco we became interested in the new series promoted in LGBT communities called Young Perps. It’s going to be all about young, unwilling to co-operate perpetrators that have nothing to lose. So do these shop owners, how take punishment methods into their hands. We are awaiting more episodes but first previews are already available on their tube website.