Adaptations of an original work traditionally follow a pretty standard path: Comic becomes movie, movie becomes video game. In the case of the anything-but-conventional "Scott Pilgrim" series by Bryan Lee O'Malley, however, tradition takes a back seat to creativity, with the comic, movie and video game each feeding off of one another in ways sure to please fans
As evidenced by its Comic-Con announcements, Portland's Oni Press has plenty to offer fans through the coming year. But no matter how much a reader digs the publisher's upcoming catalog, one new superfan is set on absorbing new Oni content before anyone else: CBS TV Studios
A NEW LEGEND OF THE OLD WEST - The Sixth Gun 2
The era of the American West provides rich ground for creators in search of stories to tell. It offers a vast landscape of open skies above lawless towns filled with desperate men and women. It can be a path to explore conce
Readers of Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim series may have had an inkling or two to visit the romantic, musical and video game violence-enhanced fictional Canada over the years, but that trip's really only possible via dimensional gateway or good ol' fashioned imagination
Because the full official video game trailer for "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" and its other assorted previews are but snacks for ravenous fans awaiting the meal that will be a fully playable game on the PlayStation3 come August 10 (and shortly thereafter on Xbox 360), the feeding frenzy for Bryan Lee O'Malley-based brawling continues with brand new
Good news if you collect movie posters: "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" now has a total of eight - one sporting Ramona's main man Scott and seven all-new posters displaying her evil exes.
Universal's new posters feature stars Satya Bhabha as Matthew Patel, Chris Evans as Lucas Lee, Brandon Routh as Todd Ingram,
When director Edgar Wright called on the online "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" community to help the film's official Facebook page reach 100,000 fans last week, Bryan Lee O'Malley's longtime readers knew it was just a matter of time before the goal was met and the Internet at large would be rewarded with a brand-new trailer showing off additional SP footage. That time, my friends, has come at last.
The video went live (extremely) early this morning
Much to my shame, my personal Free Comic Book Day haul didn't quite measure up to the robust collection I'd planned on last week. While I'm happy others grabbed up the offerings I slept in too late to catch, a part of me writhes with envy knowing what I missed out on