Tweet If you haven’t seen the new color, hardcover versions of SCOTT PILGRIM, we’ll let you in on the secret: They’re GAWJUS. Volume 2, Lucas Lee, goes on sale at NYCC in the editions outlined below. Knives Chau is on the cover of the regular edition, while Lucas Lee is on the cover of the [...]
Color Scott Pilgrim is coming.
It was available at Comic-Con. And soon it will be available on-line. Soon meaning August 8th.
But to get the very rare Collector’s Editions (which includes the Evil Edition, along with all the sweet merch mentioned below and pictured above, like coins and prints and patches) you must watch and wait. And then crash the server, probably. Here are the details:
All of you Scott Pilgrim fans, here’s a whole new edition to purchase and display with pride—a reprint of the one that started it all, SCOTT PILGRIM’S PRECIOUS LITTLE LIFE, in full color by Nathan Fairbairn, in a deluxe 6×9 hardcover. AND a new cover! The news was announced at tonight’s spotlight on creator Bryan Lee O’Malley at ECCC.
Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley has been teasing a new projects called SECONDS with a photo on his Twitter feed, and Publishers Weekly has confirmed that it will be a new graphic novel to be published by Random house imprint Villard in 2013.
Or that’s what SCOTT PILGRIM director Edgar Wright just tweeted:
Jill Pantozzi, a recent Pilgrimite, surveys some of the Pilgrim offerings on the craft website. Please don’t read too much symbolism into the irony of a post entitled “Scott Pilgrim Lives” with a Day f the Dead figure. It’s these contradictions that make life more interesting. Love him or hate him*, he’s here to stay.
Tweet So when the tale was written, SCOTT PILGRIM Vs THE WORLD ended up #5 at the box office with a disappointing $10.5 mil. This simple fact has caused ethnic wars everywhere on the internet. People ask, double rainbow-like, “What does it mean?” and argue over who is a fanboy, what is a fanboy, what [...]
Scott Pilgrim promo fever is hitting 105˚ in advance of next week’s San Diego Comic-Con, sure to be known in future years as “The Scott Pilgrim One.” To wit, various Twitter feeds have been capturing the progress of a giant Scott Pilgrim banner being erected over the Hilton Bayfront hotel. Yowsa.
Scott PIlgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley has a thorough list of events he’s involved with, including his midnight signing appearance in Toronto, where it all began. (We’ll have more details on midnight events in a few days.)
TweetVia his blog, Bryann Lee O’Malley shades the wisdom of cartooning and good balloon flow: Try to avoid layouts that make as little sense as this one. Also try to avoid hiding your weak layouts with trickery, such as arbitrarily wider gutters (top right) or dropping panel borders to create the illusion of clarity (bottom [...]
Via EMPIRE, the international poster. Awesomeness and excitement grows.
Tweet Bryan Lee O’Malley tweets that SCOTT PILGRIM AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS is finished, and debuting July 20th, with a midnight signing in Toronto to kick it off. And director Edgar Wright intro’d a NEW CLIP from SCOTT PILGRIM during last night’s MTV movie awards — important placement for the great summer hope.
We can’t POSSIBLY be the first person to point this out…are we???? While the SCOTT PILGRIM trailer briefly supplanting Justin Bieber as the most important topic on earth has been noted, Bieber’s uncanny resemblance to an animated manga character has not — or at least not on comic book message boards.