At the tip of The Punisher season one, Frank Castle confronted his outdated buddy Billy Russo. After a bloody battle, Castle drags Russo's face throughout a damaged mirror, ripping his face open and setting him as much as change into the villain Jigsaw. While within the comics Jigsaw's face is a very mutilated piece of insanity, the Netflix tv present goes one other route with the character. A brand new clip from the second season of The Punisher reveals Russo sporting a white masks whereas in remedy. His physician instructs him to brighten the masks, one thing he scoffs at.
The Netflix and Marvel collection additionally shared a promo GIF that cycles via Russo's seems to be from starting to finish. When followers cease the GIF on the proper second, Russo might be seen sporting the white masks. The broken villain does determine to brighten it although, and attracts a fragmented face that appears destroyed and tortured. Although his actual face solely has just a few scars from the struggle with Castle, Russo has drawn himself a extra sinister mug. Speaking with CBR, actor Ben Barnes broke down the mindstate of the villain. "I believe what I am allowed to say is that it isn't simply in regards to the bodily,” Barnes acknowledged. “He's had his head very a lot traumatized in the identical manner that veterans obtain these sort of head traumas and psychological trauma as nicely, so he is coping with each of these issues very a lot in an identical option to how veterans may take care of TBIs from getting back from battle and the whole lot." The Punisher season 2 debuts on January 18.