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Scott Pilgrim Gets Realistic In Joe Quinones’ Tribute Art

Joe Quinones draws a mean Wonder Woman, and he does a formidable Scott Pilgrim as well, as seen among his tribute pieces spotlighting the series’ most notable faces. Edgar Wright may be bringing Bryan Lee O’Malley‘s characters to theaters in human form for “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” but Quinones has found a place between realism and O’Malley’s manga-derived style that really packs an extra punch into how they present themselves.

Scott, Ramona Flowers, Knives Chau, Stephen Stills and Kim Pine may not be superheroes, as Project Rooftop points out, but when Quinones draws them, they sure look like they could do some damage. Ramona’s hammer alone, when it’s depicted as a giant block of concrete at least, looks like it could take the heads off a couple of evil ex-boyfriends in one swipe.

You’ll definitely gain a new appreciation for the comic and movie’s cast from scoping out these variations, anyhow, so have a glance after the jump and enjoy what they have to offer.

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