- "You ninja are always sneaking around, giving people heart attacks. You're too quiet."
- ― Mailman in Day of the Great Devourer
The Postman is a minifigure who only appeared in the TV show Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. He is usually seen climbing mountains delivering mail. He is voiced by Michael Adamwalte who also does the voices of Jay and Mezmo, He was voiced by Vincent Tong in "Can of Worms" who also does the voice of Kai.
In the second season he wears the same hat that Sensei Wu wears and has a purple shirt on.
He changes clothes later in the series in The Curse of the Golden Master, where he wears a mailman hat instead of the same hat Sensei Wu wears, and a light-brown coat over his purple uniform. He also has a brown belt under his coat, and a brown magazine of bullets on his right shoulder going down to his left side. He also wears dark grey pants under his purple uniform, which is unbuttoned at the top.
The Mailman was first introduced in the mini-movie Flight of the Dragon Ninja. He was seen climbing a mountain while the ninjas flew their dragons to see who would claim the title "Dragon Ninja". He was then frightened by the ninjas and accidentally drops a package off the mountain.
He later appeared in the second episode of season two, Home, giving the ninja mail.
He reappeared in the episode Can of Worms climbing the "Mountain of a Million Steps". Cole and Zane who were climbing the mountain accidentally drop rocks on him, this angers him and causes him to shout at them.
Also he appears in The Rise of the Great Devourer on his bike riding away from the snake bus.
In Ninjaball Run he races with a rocket-powered motorbike. He does okay during the race but gets pushed around a bit due to his small vehicle. During the Glacier Barrens leg, he crashes into a snowman.
In The Curse of the Golden Master he leads the people of Ninjago city as they act like people from apocalyptic movies and is referred to as "The Postman" and says "Return to Sender!". Cyrus Borg explains that they're only doing this because they're bored and have an active imagination.
Later in Enter the Digiverse, he led a group of rebels who attacked Cyrus Borg, saying that they want power back. When Nindroids attacked the tower, he fought them trying to repel their attack.
- He has a yellow horn on his jacket, which was used as a logo in post-themed sets from the Town theme decades ago and more recently in 10222 Winter Village Post Office.
- He is the only Ninjago Minifigure who had his hair shown in a set before it was shown in the cartoon.
- He was a recurring minor character since season one, but only became a minifigure in season five.
TV Series Appearances
- Season 1
- Season 2
- Season 3
- Season 6