- This article is about the Punisher: War Zone character. For the character from the X-Men: Days of Future Past , see Eric Gitter.
|Appeared in||Punisher: War Zone|
Ink was one of Jigsaw's henchmen.
Ink, along with his father Pittsy, was one of Billy Russoti's most important and trusted henchmen. He followed Russotti everywhere, and witnessed his argue with Don Cesare and was present when The Punisher unwillingly transformed him into the Jigsaw. Ink, always eager to have more cocaine, followed his boss in his new criminal identity and went to the asylum to free Loony Bin Jim, despite being quite doubtful about his mental health.
When Jigsaw discovers that one of his minions, Nicky Donatelli, was an undercover FBI agent, and decides to have a revenge on his family after his death, Ink followed him to Donatelli's place, in order to kill both Angela Donatelli and Grace Donatelli. Once in the house, Ink killed one of the cops arrived on Paul Budiansky's suggestion, but, when Budiansky and the Punisher arrive, Ink confronted the latter: Castle puts him against a wall, and crushed his skull with a single punch.
Ink was a young mobster, following his father's footsteps. He didn't realize much of what's happening around him and did what he was ordered to just because he enjoyed violence and, especially, cocaine.
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- In the comics, Ink appears (and dies) in the story arc In The Beginning by Garth Ennis, as a henchman of mobster Nicky Cavella. He is shot through the torso, and later blows himself up with a grenade.