All things considered, I think it's fair to say that this year's San Diego Comic-Con was Scott Pilgrim's show.
Not only did the convention coincide with the release of the sixth and final graphic novel in Bryan Lee O'Malley's series, "Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour," but there was an incredible amount of anticipation and promotion for Edgar Wright's film version, which hits theaters on August 13. The Bayfront Hilton was draped in a massive version of the poster that covered a good ten floors, buses were decked out in ads, "The Scott Pilgrim Experience" was happening across the street from the convention center -- you couldn't get away from it.Bigger than those, though, were the actual screenings of the film. Fans waited in line for hours for it, and as one of the perks of the Fourth Estate, I managed to get in and see it myself. The short version is that I thought it was great, but for the longer version, I've got my ten thoughts on the movie.
In the words of the great Huey Lewis, "The power of love is a curious thing." It was true in 1985 and it's even truer today in the upcoming "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World." Scott's secured the affection of the clingy Knive
Last evening, CA contributor and comic book historian Alan Kistler became the envy of the site by being the first among us to view an early screening of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World." Unfortunately, that's all he could really tell us. He signed a co
As convenient as digital downloads make buying and storing video games, the format has had the side-effect of sorta emasculating a title's all-important box art. Take the hotly anticipated pixel joint "Scott Pilgrim Vs
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
Just when you thought that the news about about the "Scott Pilgrim" movie could not get any better, creator Bryan Lee O'Malley drops the news on Twitter that the music for the trailer -- and for Scott's band, Sex Bob-Omb, according to Pitchfork -- was written by Beck. Not only that, but Beck made the songs up based on some "crappy fake lyrics" that O'Malley wrote.
The first reports from test screeners of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" are in, and the news is good! Here at ComicsAlliance, we've been waiting with bated breath for the release of the upcoming Edgar Wright film based on the awesome "Scott Pilgrim" series by Bryan Lee O'Malley, and a
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