Mark watches the struggle for power in Eden turn into violence when an internal threat joins forces with the outside world. To save the town, Mark will have to trust the man who wants to destroy it, his own father.
Another month, another issue of top-notch storytelling and compelling characters. If there's one thing you can count on, it's that Postal will always deliver (and that I'll use a mail pun to praise it). Read Full Review
POSTAL may be a newer series, but it's creators have proven that they intend to say something with this book. Born from an era of television series that have foregone the ‘Good VS Evil' story type and embraced shades of grey, POSTAL feels like it belongs in the same category as shows like THE SOPRANOS, THE WIRE or BREAKING BAD in that it's more of a character study and an exploration of some heavy moral questions. Whether or not it'll end up being of the quality level as the aforementioned television classics remains to be seen, but the creators are weaving a tale that deserves your attention. Read Full Review
'Postal' #8 delves into some serious moral ambiguity challenging the reader's idea of justice. It also sets the table for an inevitable confrontation. It's one of the best issues so far using the complexities of the characters to expand on the world around them exposing new layers. It's a great jumping-on point for new readers and a treat for established ones. Read Full Review