For anyone who has read (or played the video game version of, or watched the movie adaptation of) Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim, it's difficult to wrap the tale without feeling good about love... and video games, and music, and cartoons. Inspired by this associated goodness, friends Simon Lai, Alex Ha, Charles Murakam
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This evening at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, Washington, Bryan Lee O'Malley announced that his hugely acclaimed and best-selling Scott Pilgrim, a six-volume black and white graphic novel series from Oni Press, will be reissued as a deluxe, resized, full-color hardcover series beginning this year. The new coloring comes courtesy of Nathan Fairbairn, known to ComicsAlliance readers for his
Belated Valentine's Day sexiness from the Tumblr of Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley, with Ramona, Kim Pine, Lisa Miller, and Wallace Wells in pin-up poses.
Per the demands of his Twitter followers, cartoonist Bryan Lee O'Malley drew his popular Scott Pilgrim characters Ramona Flowers and Kim Pine cosplaying as each other for Halloween.
Volumes 1-6 of Scott Pilgrim are availab
Was it really Chris Evans who starred in Captain America: The First Avenger? Or was it Scott Pilgrim's Lucas Lee AS Chris Evans in Captain America: The First Avenger? We prefer the most confounding option.
Movies: X-Men: First Class will arrive on DVD and Blu-ray September 9. The special editions will feature good guys or bad guys and other extras, respectively.
Comic-Con: The ComicsAlliance guide to the Thursday panels and events to see today at Comic-Con International in San Diego!
A few weeks back, Scott Pilgrim and Lost at Sea creator Bryan Lee O'Malley teased the title of a new project titled Seconds via a Twitter picture, leading to speculation that this might be the name of his next work. Well, consider that speculation confirmation: Publishers Weekly Comics Week announced today that Seconds will be the ne
We were stoked to see art from the Japanese editions of Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim series back in April (especially the one that paid homage to Street Fighter 2), but we're even more pleased to report that all
Back in 2002, long before Bryan Lee O'Malley had written and illustrated a New York Times best-selling graphic novel series that would later be adapted into a major motion picture, he was an aspiring creator who wanted to learn more about shonen manga. That's when came acro