The Punisher

"AHS" creator Ryan Murphy said the decision was "the right move."
Netflix and Marvel “decided it wouldn’t be appropriate" to go ahead with the planned events.
The Punisher is a comic book character -- and a vengeful murderer.
Whenever I tell someone I study religion and comics I get a subtle head turn and then, as if on cue, "Oh, how interesting." It takes a minute, but you can see in their eyes the connections being drawn together.
The actor discusses the research he put into Blackbeard, and how he set about bringing the pirate to life on Black Sails without becoming too, well, "pirate-y."
Growing up reading comics I was into a lot of characters, but the Punisher was never one of them. Years passed and I'm not entirely sure how it happened, but I came across a copy of it and things started to make sense.
There exists at least a handful of comic book adaptations that either completely eschew or compartmentalize the origin material. Be they successful as art or not, they represent the idea that it is possible to start (or restart) a comic book series without retelling the same origin.
The kindest thing you can say about Thomas Jane’s 2004 movie The Punisher is that it’s the best Punisher movie by default
Prime time might want to brace itself for a different kind of Castle. Read more on ew.com
In this current age of rebooting one comic franchise or horror franchise after another, it is still something of a milestone that we have a single property that has been rebooted twice in just four years by the same studio.