What’s the next best thing to (yet another) Wolverine one-shot? A Sabretooth one-shot! And since we’re doing that, we might as well toss in Spidey and Punisher because, you know, you can never have too much of them!

Note: This actually was a three-issue series, but I’m tagging it as a one-shot because I read the trade paperback.

Someone is cutting up homeless people. Punisher wants to find out who and kill them. Spider-Man wants to stop them. They both think it’s Sabretooth because the victims are all slashed to bits and Creed’s been known to go through the sewers killing people.

It turns out to be a genetically created monster doing it. Hence, the title.

Punisher used to be a character who engaged in conversations with guys like Spider-Man and Daredevil about the meaning of justice and whether it is okay to kill to protect others.

Now, the dialog is basically what you see above. Not good.

Comics are just not that great in the ’90s. I know I keep saying that, but what else can I do? I’m forced, by my own obsessive mission, to read every single comic Marvel ever made. And I’m suffering.

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