In an age when people share the most mundane details of their lives with the world and celebrities can’t play a bit of tonsil hockey without 8,000 pictures popping up online, it’s amazing that Banksy has been able to keep his identity a secret for so long. In fact, his mysterious life and covert art ops are exactly the kind of things tall tales and grand stories are born from. While you might have to wait for the “Banksy: Yup, I’m James Franco” book, or other insanely mind-blowing autobiography, you can now get your hands on the next best thing. In “Banksy: Myths & Legends,” you get access to some of the greatest myths and legends (okay, that was fairly self-explanatory) surrounding the mysterious street artist, most stemming from those in his home town of Bristol. At 96 pages, you’re not exactly getting an encyclopedia, but that should be expected.