Writer Bryan Hill’s breakout series Postal is set to return this July with Postal: Deliverance #1, on which Hill will again be joined by series co-creator Matt Hawkins, as well as a new collaborator Raffaele Ienco, who is slated to handle both linework and colors. The creative team is rounded out by letterer Troy Peteri.

Publisher Top Cow has indicated that Postal: Deliverance #1 will pick up right where Postal Vol. 7 left off. Postal, which launched in Feb. 2015 and ran for 25 issues, follows the community of Eden, Wyoming, an off-the-grid refuge for fugitives assuming new identities. The book’s protagonist is the town’s mailman, Mark, whose mother has run the community for many years. Postal #25 came out in January 2018.

Perhaps most significant for the new series is the change in artist. The first 25 issues of Postal were drawn by Issac Goodhart, who is currently occupied drawing the new Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale original graphic novel, due out on the young readers imprint DC Ink this May.

Those unfamiliar with Postal can click here to read the first issue. You can also find Ienco’s covers for the first three issues of Postal: Deliverance below…