Marvel’s New ‘The Punisher’ Trailer Finally Reveals Premiere Date & DC Won’t Like It

Oh, Marvel, you can be so savage.

Netflix has been teasing and teasing Jon Bernthal‘s “The Punisher” series, only just now revealing the premiere date at the end of the second official trailer.

It’s Friday, November 17.

Yes, kids. That’s the same day that DC is premiering “Justice League.”

Coincidence? Please. This is first class Marvel vs. DC fanboy trolling. And it worked.

BEN AFFLECK’S AGENT: “Mr.Affleck Marvel is releasing #ThePunisher the same day Justice League arrives in theaters”

AFFLECK:… pic.twitter.com/A8n6jxLdUW

— BRUTO MARS (@BronxSaint) October 19, 2017

Only the @ThePunisher would have the crazy balls to take on the freaking Justice League November 17th!!! OMG…. #thepunisher pic.twitter.com/Yh27jINobe

— AKASAN (@akasan) October 19, 2017

When you realize that #ThePunisher releases on the same day as Justice League pic.twitter.com/yZvvviH17c

— Pedro Parker 🕸 (@AgentSpiderMan) October 19, 2017

But releasing #ThePunisher on the Justice League release date is petty. For such a big brand Marvel Netflix tries to be, why y’all sweating?

— EJ Moreno (@EJKhryst) October 19, 2017

Marvel legit letting off shots at Justice League by releasing #ThePunisher on 11/17. pic.twitter.com/fYq4MpzaOb

— Sugar, Water, Purple (@TheArnold_SoM) October 19, 2017

The Punisher will be released on the same day as Justice League! That’s gonna be a great frickin’ day. #ThePunisher #JusticeLeague

— NerdFeed (@NerdFeedUK) October 19, 2017

Watch the new trailer:Here’s Marvel/Netflix’s synopsis for “The Punisher”:

“After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.

Marvel’s The Punisher premieres globally November 17, only on Netflix.”

Bernthal’s Frank Castle made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in “Daredevil” Season 2. He was popular enough to get his own standalone series.

Fans previously guessed wrong about “The Punisher” premiere date, but now that it’s a showdown, it’ll be interesting to see how people spend that Friday night. Here’s everything else opening Nov. 17.

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