Marvel's animation czar Jeph Loeb announced an upcoming animated film starring the Punisher and the Black Widow.
Jeph Loeb revealed on the Word Balloon podcast that Marvel is planning to produce a new animated film starring the Punisher and Black Widow. Loeb didn't give many details, but he mentioned the film along with Iron Man: Rise of the Technovore, which may indicate that the film will be an anime, a popular form of Japanese rape-obsessed pornography.
Loeb, who has spent his reign of terror as Marvel's head of television cancelling beloved fan favorite cartoons like Spectacular Spider-Man and Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes "just to spite people," said in a quote we're totally making up right now that "while Marvel has spent a lot of time ruining more well-known characters like Captain America, Cyclops, and Wolverine in our comics, we really feel that the potential for ruining our b-list characters has not been explored to the fullest potential. We tried with several awful Punisher movies over the course of three decades, but nobody watched them, limiting their effect. Expect this to change, if I have a say in it, which I do thanks to some pictures I keep in a safety deposit box of Joe Quesada killing a prostitute. Animated films provide a fast and effective method to destroy our characters for a broader audience, and it's an avenue we hope to take better advantage of in the future."
The Outhouse will keep you updated as soon as Marvel releases more information on Punisher and Black Widow: Love and Tentacles.