Author has written 1 story for Punisher, and Saw.
After a long hiatus, I have returned to this little corner of the cyberworld with a pared-down list of projects:
Shades of Gunmetal
Dangerous Game: "2006. A lot has changed since the man who used to be Frank Castle cut his bloody swathe through Howard Saint's criminal enterprise. After being run to ground by an overwhelming coalition of crime syndicates in New York, he faces an altogether different enemy on the streets of Los Angeles: Jigsaw." Predominantly Punisher/Saw crossover, but the world heavily features Sons of Anarchy and The Darkness, with in-universe ties to everything from X-Files and Person of Interest to Black Hawk Down and House of Cards. For those who remember it from the old days: Frank/Amanda, still. Spoiler alert, it may end tragically- doesn't it always, for those two?
Kitchen: A more-or-less direct sequel to Dangerous Game that merges our many divergent Punisher timelines together by presenting a rogues' gallery of familiar villains from Barracuda to Billy Russoti to the Kingpin, and introduces a new nemesis a long time coming: Jackie Estacado, bearer of the Darkness.
Dead Man's Hand: The first foray into the larger Marvel universe pits Frank- and a new set of allies- against both the corrupt Xavier Institute and the extremist Brotherhood of Mutants. A ghost from Los Angeles returns seeking answers, but may not find them in light of the Chitauri invasion. Answers the question of how the street-level heroes and vigilantes of the city fought to repel Loki's incursion.
The Vampire War: Strange circumstances make for strange bedfellows as the Dead Man's Hand join forces with Blade and his Nightstalkers... among other, more unexpected allies. Things start getting huge. Rest assured, every vampire mythos you can think of makes some appearance in this piece. Even that one. If you know me, you know what will happen.
Heart of Darkness: Casualties suffered in the Second Battle for New York lead Frank into a descent through an ancient, arcane hellscape. Good thing he has a guide. Establishes the cosmology of this particular universe, and starts making a little more sense out of the supernatural crap that seemed, up until this point, shoehorned into an otherwise-grounded setting.
Serpent And the Saber: HYDRA makes their move against the newly-minted SHIELD Director of Asymmetric Warfare. Frank takes a hands-on approach to crushing them. The series finale throws most of the rules out the window, trading a little of its tone for a lot of Army of Two-style mayhem. Crosses everything over, from Captain America to Watch Dogs. I assure you that Frank and Steve will wage a two-man beatdown on someone.
The Death Gods
The Blackguard Campaign