[Laughs] Well, it was a conscious decision from the beginning. Once we started on The Legend of the Stone, we knew we didn’t want to do anything crazy or weird, and we knew that what we did would actually have to be pretty straight up in order to be recognized as graffiti. It’s got a certain type of energy that makes it so that we can put our name behind it. It’s a bit ironic that we’re the kind of people who love doing graffiti in the city and don’t really do much outside of it — but that’s kind of how we approached it. The word ‘graffiti’ is always kind of thrown in there because there’s people who are making graffiti everywhere you go. You have to have a certain kind of thing; it just has to be a bit unconventional. We like that sort of thing. It’s a little bit more underground in that sense than, maybe, a typical graffiti book, but it’s still got that ‘graffiti’ element. I think there seems to be an attitude that ‘if someone’s writing this, it must be fine.’ For that reason, though, this isn’t our type of book.
Is there anything else you want to share with fans about the comic?
Absolutely. That there’s nothing you can’t write about in this book! It’s in all the panels. It’s like we’ve never used a picture to illustrate a concept before, so I’m excited about that! We’re pretty proud of what we’ve done, and to be able to share it with everyone — and not have a single issue sell out — is incredible.
What can you tell us about the rest of the comic?
As you might expect — there’s a lot of information in here. The end product is much, much thicker than one might imagine. It’s so large, there’s so much in the book, and it has a bit of a plot that’s pretty big, very well-developed and well-written within the character’s character. I think what makes it so enjoyable to look at is the visual presentation inside of all it; the quality is so high, it’s the pinnacle of what we do at Image Comics, I think. It’s very well-put together and it’s fun to look at. It’s very exciting and exciting to go back and reread every page, and it’s also fun to read these in different sizes. There are many different layouts and different resolutions and different styles all over the
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