Stories are universial; because basically which are narrated in those is always the story of the human. Certainly, one side of these stories is established on just truth. Also whereever of the world it rises from, this voice tells the human with his pain, sadness and all other life experiences. Here in Black Dursun and The Other Ankara Legends, İsmail Kılıçarslan processes this valuable mine. He draws an Ankara portrait by always putting the human at the center. He takes all the story from Pit Neighborhood, Old Garages, slum, pavilion, poverty and friendliness and hereby he keeps light like a playful child to darkness of a certain period.