A Review: POSTAL #9

The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of POSTAL #9 from Image Comics. The story is by Bryan Hill, with art by Isaac Goodhart, colors by Betsy Gonia and lettering by Troy Peteri. POSTAL was created by Matt Hawkins.

The FBI has placed a young woman in Eden for protection. She soon finds out that things are not what they seem with this town and its citizens. They will find out the reverse is true as well. Meanwhile, FBI Agent Bremble wants to investigate the rumors of the town. And he won’t be denied the opportunity.

This has been an impressive series from the get-go. POSTAL has a great storyline with compelling characters; there is no black or white, just shades of gray. Things seem to get more complicated with each issue, not that I'm complaining. Goodhart’s art is strong as always, and I like Gonia's muted, but colorful work. It’s not too late to jump on board this book.

POSTAL #9 is in stores now, or available for ordering at www.imagecomics.com.