Local Deluxe Hardcover In Stores Now

by Jeff

Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly bring you a collection of twelve interconnected short stories. Crossing genres as it crosses the country, LOCAL is a painstakingly researched and meticulously illustrated volume of emotional vignettes each represent a year in the life of Megan McKeenan. Follow this young vagabond as she searches for a place to call home, both physically and spiritually. Set in twelve real life cities across North America, this deluxe hardcover edition collects for the first time the entire critically acclaimed series.

JUN084143E Local Deluxe Hardcover In Stores Now


“Some of the sharpest slices of life the medium has ever seen. Highly recommended” -Brian K. Vaughan (Lost, Runaways, Y: The Last Man)

“You’re going to want this one. Trust me.” – Warren Ellis

“Wood and Kelly set out to show nothing less than how Megan herself gets shaped by each new city, and by the particular choices — good and bad — she makes there… But Local’s creators are more concerned with life than with life lessons, and because they assiduously avoid judging Megan, you probably won’t either.”-NPR

“Brian Wood is the master of the single-issue comic… He’s found his artistic match in Ryan Kelly, and together they’ve created one of the most complete portraits of a person that I’ve read not just in comics, but anywhere.” -BUST Magazine

“Wood ingeniously sifts through the grit of the ugliest human emotions and depicts relationships that rustle them to the surface. Local’s vignettes are buoyed by [artist] Ryan Kelly’s sense of movement and thick painterly lines.” -Playboy.com

“If you want to know what a quality indie looks like read [Local]… One of the best ongoing indie comics of the last 3 years” -Blair Bulter, Fresh Ink

“A rare and enviable thing… painfully easy to enjoy.” -Gail Simone (Birds of Prey, Wonder Woman)

“The coolest short film never shown on the IFC or Sundance Channel.” – Sequential Tart

“Big ups to Wood and Kelly. They’re working in some kind of magical synchronicity, they’ve got a concept the biz has never seen, and they’re at the forefront of the movement to revitalize the standalone issue in comics…” – Aint it Cool News

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