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eBook Local download

by Brian Wood

eBook Local download ISBN: 193496400X
Author: Brian Wood
Publisher: Oni Press; First Edition edition (September 10, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 384
ePub: 1820 kb
Fb2: 1768 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: doc azw mobi lrf
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way).

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). From the metallic fifth ink on the lower half of the front cover, to the soft cloth binding on the spine, it's a truly handsome book that you'll want to have on your bookshelf.

From Brian Wood (DEMO, DMZ, NORTHLANDERS) and Ryan Kelly (LUCIFER, AMERICA VIRGIN) comes Local, a collection of twelve interconnected short stories

From Brian Wood (DEMO, DMZ, NORTHLANDERS) and Ryan Kelly (LUCIFER, AMERICA VIRGIN) comes Local, a collection of twelve interconnected short stories. Crossing genres as it crosses the country, LOCAL examines Megan McKeenan, a young woman who sets off from Portland, OR with nothing but a backpack and a bad case of wanderlust.

Brian Wood (born 1972) is an American writer, illustrator, and graphic designer. He is known primarily as a comic book creator, and has also written for television and video games. Wood was born in Essex Junction, Vermont

Brian Wood (born 1972) is an American writer, illustrator, and graphic designer. Wood was born in Essex Junction, Vermont.

The official site of Brian Wood, writer of comic books, graphic novels, television, and video games. His YA novels - Demo, Local, The New York Four, and Mara - have made YALSA and New York Public Library best-of lists

The official site of Brian Wood, writer of comic books, graphic novels, television, and video games. Notable titles include DMZ, Channel Zero, The Massive, Starve, and Northlanders. Also Marvel Comics, Star Wars, Aliens, RoboCop, and Lord of the Rings. His YA novels - Demo, Local, The New York Four, and Mara - have made YALSA and New York Public Library best-of lists. His historical fiction - the viking series Northlanders, the American Revolution-centered Rebels, and the norse-samurai mashup Sword Daughter - are benchmarks in the comic book industry.

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BRIAN WOOD: Its a historical fiction series centered around the time of America's push for independence. The first story is about the Green Mountain Boys, also known as America's first militia group, and the role they played in the war. Subsequent stories explore other aspects, from frontier tales, women's stories, political thrillers, and even a look at things from the British's soldier's perspective. CV: What is it about the time period that appeals to you?

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LOCAL, Washington DC, Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly. Comic creator Brian Wood (DMZ, Northlanders, Channel Zero) has posted his 132-page artbook Public Domain 2 free for download on his Tumblr.

Multiple Eisner Award-nominee Brian Wood released his first series, Channel Zero, to considerable critical acclaim in 1997 and has gone on to create hard-hitting original series such as DMZ, Northlanders, The Couriers, and The Massive. He’s also written some of the biggest titles in pop culture, with work on Star Wars, Conan The Barbarian, Lord Of The Rings and The X-Men.

From Brian Wood (Demo, DMZ, Northlanders) and Ryan Kelly (Lucifer, American Virgin) comes Local, a collection of twelve interconnected short stories. Crossing genres as it crosses the country, Local examines Megan McKeenan, a young woman who sets off from Portland, OR with nothing but a backpack and a bad case of wanderlust. Each emotional vignette is a self-contained story that represents one year in the life of this young vagabond as she struggles to find a place to call home, both physically and spiritually.
Comments: (7)
PanshyR
I started off so wanting to like this book, but along the way it just lost me. The concept is executed beautifully and the art works really well with the type of book that this is. That being said I really hated the main character, like yes we get it you're a teenager and you'll do whatever you want regardless of how many people you hurt. The problem is though, to me she never grew up it was like she had that mentality all the way up until the end. I mean she never regretted any of her decisions no matter how bad they were or who they screwed over. It was just welp time to move on and magically *SPOILER* (I mean not really if you were paying attention to the character at all you could see this coming from a mile away)she's okay at the end with all the horrible choices. To me that shows she didn't really grow up that just shows that she was able to get away with whatever the hell she wanted.
Onoxyleili
Getting into comics I started off mainly with DC related stories. After a while, I started getting into other types of comics and a friend introduced me to this series. One thing I really liked about this that it has a really different feel from mainstream comics. The best way I can describe it is like the difference between watching a good indie flick and watching a Hollywood blockbuster. Not saying one is better than another, but it is a nice change of pace from what is mostly out there. The art is pretty (not necessarily my favorite, but it's good), although some may be thrown off by the fact that it's black and white (wasn't really a problem for me). I got this for one of my friend's birthday (same one who introduced me to it) and he seemed to really like it. It's well worth the buy.
Simple fellow
Brian Wood is really a unique talent in the comics world. This slice of life vignette of interlocking stories was something I couldn't put down. Not men in tights, no horror, just a wonderful commentary on our daily life through the eyes of a young women growing up and traveling through america. The insights into the human condition this book offered up were really thought provoking and relatable.
Laitchai
I searched for a copy of this book for so long. I finally found it here for a reasonable price. I think the book is great, it's very detailed. Terrific pictures, makes you feel like you really know the main character.
Whitecaster
Wish I never read it, because now I will never be able to experience reading it for the first time again. Seriously it's definitely worth reading, grab this thing now.
Delirium
Love this comic. Book was complete and in perfect condition.
Sagda
This collection is just spectacular. Brian Wood's comics are always amazing, and this hardbound edition just accentuates this fantastic series. Local is fantastically written and beautifully illustrated. You don't have to be a comic nerd to love Local, and this collection is a great diving in point for more mellow, alt comics. Even if you've already read Local, this is worth picking up as a keepsake.

Also, if you like Local, check out Brian Wood's earlier comic series, Demo.
book had a small dent in it but ITS USED so I figured it would have some wear and tear. Love the illustrations.