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By Bryan Hill Matt Hawkins Issac Goodhart | Comments: ( 613 ) | Date: ( Jun 26, 2019 )

Small town Big problems Mark Shiffron is than the mailman of Eden, Wyoming Now he s the problem solver, working with his mother, the Mayor, to keep a town full of criminals from tearing itself apart As ambition and desire grow within him, Mark uses his unique perspective to try and keep Eden under his mother s control But can the Mayor keep her son under her contSmall town Big problems Mark Shiffron is than the mailman of Eden, Wyoming Now he s the problem solver, working with his mother, the Mayor, to keep a town full of criminals from tearing itself apart As ambition and desire grow within him, Mark uses his unique perspective to try and keep Eden under his mother s control But can the Mayor keep her son under her control The second arc of the controversial and unflinching POSTAL once again journeys into the strange darkness of human nature, making one thing clear every paradise comes at a price Collects POSTAL 5 8.


  • Title: Postal, Vol. 2
  • Author: Bryan Hill Matt Hawkins Issac Goodhart
  • ISBN: 9781632155924
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Postal, Vol. 2

  • James DeSantis

    I really enjoyed this volume. I love weird ass towns, with weird ass people, that usually end up in death. Mark is a really weird guy. Yes, he has aspergers but he's still weird in general. His mother is a evil bitch who has a lot up her sleeve. You also have his father who's done some truly fucked up shit, but you don't know everything he did. The story continues the mystery, builds better character bonds, and makes you start to see how all these characters connect. I have to say I'm impressed [...]


  • Sooraya Evans

    Mark gets snatched by a Manson-like family. An encounter that seems to change him.Maggie the waitress appears to have a lot of secrets and agendas of her own. I believe she's going to play a major role in upcoming volumes.


  • David Msomba

    Man!!!The Story line is so good,like watching a real good crime movie,the art is superb which makes hard to put it downI started the first volume yesterday,I couldn't stopI had to pick up Volume 2,I'm glad I did.ch a great series.


  • Mark

    Another dark violent tale, but the lead character is a mailman named Mark, so that makes it special, right?


  • Joseph Young

    The starting abduction seems too coincidental, a happy circumstance to force our postman into showing his will and cunning, and yet the conclusion is also perfect timing, beyond believability. The presence of the father begins to eat at the reliability of the mayor, leading her to drop the ball on multiple instances.I know we're supposed to blame the mayor for the first death, but it doesn't make sense how everyone else does too. Surely any one of them could have done something if they were so c [...]


  • Jess

    The more of this series I read, the more I fall in love with it. It is completely messed up - but it is one of those stories that pulls you in within the first few panels and you cantopading no matter what you do.If you hate waiting on the next volume to come out, I suggest you pick up the first couple of volumes so you don't have to stop in between reads. Luckily, I picked up volume three at the same time (but I'll get into that later). Mark is becoming more of a badass and it shows in this vol [...]


  • Callum McLaughlin

    Just as dark and messed up as the first volume. Tension and intrigue were built well, and it definitely feels like we're leading up to something big with regards to the main character's progression. Speaking of Mark, I still find him and the way his Asperger's is portrayed really refreshing and engaging. He's a fleshed out, complex character who happens to have Asperger's; not a cardboard cutout labelled and defined purely by a condition. I'm also liking Maggie more and more as we get to know he [...]


  • Paolo Macri

    This volume was good, but not as good as the first. Felt like the first volume set up and showed a lot of different aspects and information about the town of Eden, while this volume was more of an arching building section. We learn of Agent Simpsons very detailed interest in the town, but felt like that whole part of the volume dragged on a bit to much.Mark is still a great character anf this volume was still good, but was expecting a bit morem


  • Brian

    I'm not sure how much more of this I'll read. It's good, but it doesn't seem to be developing well.


  • Wayne

    Continues where the first one left off and still hasn't really given much idea of where it's heading. Well drawn.


  • Paul Allard

    Small town events in the USAThis continues the story of Mark, the autistic postman in Eden, a small town in the USA, son of the Mayor. A victim of bullying, he gets involved in the killing of a cult leader and his following. Yet again he wants answers and his parents have secrets which he is also involved with.This small community where everybody knows everybody else is full of people protecting fugitives from the law and Mark helps to right “wrongs”.The concept is interesting as is the writ [...]


  • Skye Kilaen

    The first volume introduced us to Mark, this one sets up a powder keg with various actors inside and outside of Eden. I am VERY nervous about what Mark's character progression in this volume is going to mean later - which I take as a sign of good writing, that I've bonded with him so much!


  • David Schwan

    The town postman suffers from aspergers and becomes the focus of the story. Something happened between his parents and that secret is tearing the town into factions. As deep and scary as the first volume. Nice graphics.


  • TJ Shelby

    Still dark, increasingly violent and on the verge of a full-scale eruption. Can't wait for volume 3.


  • Heather

    This series keeps on getting wilder and better.


  • Travis

    I loved this. I'm not sure if I'm ready for how things will unfold.


  • Erica

    Is the series losing steam already? Nothing happened in this volume.


  • Paul

    This volume slows down a bit. It is like the series is changing gears. It is a solid story and you do want to know what will happen next.


  • Alex Garneau

    Art is great, story is interesting. Will read Volume 3


  • Chad

    I found this volume hit and miss. I loved the boxing story but couldn't really get behind the opening story that felt like a direct ripoff of the movie Strangers. But overall a great series.


  • apryl

    I'm really enjoying this series; such an interesting concept, and I'm excited to see how it progresses!


  • nettan - the road so far...

    3.5 star


  • Matt Hawkins


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