Scott Pilgrim - Page 2
It turns out that over the last couple of weeks cartoonist Bryan Lee O'Malley has been administering a coloring contest based around a black and white drawing of Ramona Flowers, the heroine of his hugely popular and very beloved Scott Pilgrim graphic novel series. This contest -- in honor of the upcoming colorized edition of Scott Pilgrim
Among the multitudes of publisher and creator exclusives being offered at this month's Comic-Con International in San Diego are two limited edition releases from cartoonist Bryan Lee O'Malley. With Oni Press, O'Malley will re
We are not the mainstream.
That's a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or in any other way queer. We are not the audience. We are not the market. We are not the
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
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.
Speaking at a film festival at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, Ron Meyer, the President and Chief Operating Officer of Universal Studios, told what surely very few of the assembled students expected to hear from the longtime Hollywood studio head: the truth. "We make a lot
Relaunching comic books with all-new numbering and different takes on familiar characters is nothing new in the cyclical world of super-hero comics, with the upcoming DC Comics line-wide relaunch as the latest and greatest example. Giving tit