Ashlar, the only surviving Wolf of the Ancient Order of Romulus, has joined Sozo of the Illuminati in order to save kidnapped genius Nicholas Franklin.
Ashlar rescued a genius scientist from a Hunter sent by the Ancient Order of Romulus. He’d like to help her, but she’s not sure she can protect him…
Axis and her daughter Ashlar are the “wolves” of the Ancient Order of Romulus, that pretty much run the world. But one day Axis starts having doubts…
Postal #4 has dropped through the letter box. The previous issue left us on quite a big cliffhanger. Have Hill and Hawkins delivered on the pay off?
Mark, having barely survived capture, suffers emotional and physical scars. With the mayor and the sheriff afraid to confront the threats to the town, Mark chooses to confront the town’s enemies on his own, but the price of vengeance may change him and the town forever.
Postal #3 comes with a high expectation considering the cliffhanger that the previous issue left us with and the sleeper hit status it has garnered…but does it deliver.
From the outset it is clear that this is not set in an idyllic mid-western town known more for Yellowstone National Park and the Great Plains, the state of Wyoming is has a dirty little secret called Eden.
The townsfolk of Eden, Wyoming wake up to the first official murder the town has seen in 25 years. Their reaction to this isn’t normal, and there’s a reason for that. Eden operates as a haven for fugitive criminals who remain here while new identities, often including facial reconstruction, are created for them. There is zero tolerance for any illegal activity that might draw attention to the town and an “official murder” is the last thing they want. A single, tight-knit family runs Eden with the youngest oddball son Mark Shiffron overseeing the postal branch, the only means of shipping in or out of the city. THE FBI has repeatedly been foiled trying to insert an undercover here; they see Mark as the weak link to exploit. This murder gives them a new opportunity.