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[quote]I’ve never really considered myself to be a Vertigo guy. Up until now I’ve pretty much been doing superhero stuff. So for me to do this family drama, this gangster drama, it was definitely a stretch for me. A lot of the effects that I’m used to dealing with weren’t the same. Instead of doing layouts you’d normally do for something like Teen Titans, I used a very straightforward box layout, just focusing on the pacing of the storytelling, to make sure that was first and foremost before anything else. And the emotion of the characters. That was I definitely wanted to play upon, because it’s such a dark story, but it’s got quirks to it.
The people who love the artwork in the first one are going to see something completely different in this once, and I think that’s what Vertigo wanted. But I still tried to bring a more artistic sensibility to it, as far as being a storyteller first and foremost, and getting the emotions of the characters onto the page. And helping the main character, Jiro, grow as a character on the pages.[/quote]
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