Local. I draw pictures.They write reviews and..
"And just as this is "good comics" from a writing perspective, this is just damn good comics from a visual one. I've probably said it here once before, but if I haven't I'll say it again--Ryan Kelly is probably the most underrated artist out there today. Every panel of this book is just a spectacle. So much detail, so much atmosphere, and the perfect dolloping of black ink to make it all work without getting too heavy. This book is all about the emotion, and without an artist who can properly convey that emotion, then your book has no heart and soul. Kelly is this book's heart and soul and thank god for it."
Ain't It Cool News, March 8, 2007
Now that we're at the 2/3rds stage of Local's completion, the only thing to do now is look at breakdowns from the already foggy distant past.
How did these scibbles turn into a book that people actually like?