Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Have you read POSTAL yet? If not, then what are you waiting for?! POSTAL is an amazing comic published by Image, written by Matt Hawkins and illustrated by Isaac Goodhart. In a nutshell, POSTAL is about a fight for the control of Eden. The population of Eden consists of a town made up of ex-convicts that exist off the grid. In this mix of criminals of all shapes, sizes, and rap sheets, Mark remains one individual who never got incarcerated. He also happens to be the son of the mayor of Eden. WATCH: Our interview with Jeff McComsey, creator of FUBAR and MOTHER RUSSIA! Mark has Asperger’s, and this creates an even bigger rift between himself and the rest of the town. It is he alone that can get to the bottom of everything that’s happening in the town of Eden, and it is through his particular view of the world that we see the mysteries and adventures in the series. At New York Comic Con, ComicsVerse had the opportunity to speak with both the writer, Matt Hawkins, and illustrator, Isaac Goodhart, of this new classic. Exploring the dynamic that exists between the team is just the tip of the iceberg. We also dig deeper into the themes of POSTAL and the challenges of writing and illustrating a character with Asperger’s. READ: A comprehensive guide to ALL-NEW ALL-DIFFERENT MARVEL! Looking Back at POSTAL with Matt Hawkins and Isaac Goodhart Finally, the conversation ends with some fond memories of the title. That is not a moment you’ll want to miss. In conclusion, this team has brought an awesome comic to the shelves, and you owe it to yourself to check it out. It is easily one of the deepest titles out there, and its dealings with family, fatherhood, and religion are enough to keep anyone coming back for more — there’s a lot going on, and you’ll need to read through with a magnifying glass to catch it all!