Artist Leslie Hung posted a portion of the cover to the first issue of SNOTGIRL on Instagram this morning. The first issue of the series, which is written by Bryan Lee O’Malley, will be announced in Previews next month with a July pub date.
Just when you thought you had enough of 2014 year-end lists, it’s now 2015 and time to begin everyone’s “halfway through the decade” retrospective lists. The folks at Fandor are the first out of the gate, as they asked 290 film critics (and assorted other movie lovers) what they thought the best films of 2010-2014 […]
By: Alexander Jones Even without the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World film, author Bryan Lee O’Malley would likely still be a talent who is universally adored. However, after the movie, he is one of the most interesting creators who has ever graced the comic book scene. After finishing the Scott Pilgrim series of novels and […]
Color Scott Pilgrim is coming.
It was available at Comic-Con. And soon it will be available on-line. Soon meaning August 8th.
But to get the very rare Collector’s Editions (which includes the Evil Edition, along with all the sweet merch mentioned below and pictured above, like coins and prints and patches) you must watch and wait. And then crash the server, probably. Here are the details:
All of you Scott Pilgrim fans, here’s a whole new edition to purchase and display with pride—a reprint of the one that started it all, SCOTT PILGRIM’S PRECIOUS LITTLE LIFE, in full color by Nathan Fairbairn, in a deluxe 6×9 hardcover. AND a new cover! The news was announced at tonight’s spotlight on creator Bryan Lee O’Malley at ECCC.
Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley has been teasing a new projects called SECONDS with a photo on his Twitter feed, and Publishers Weekly has confirmed that it will be a new graphic novel to be published by Random house imprint Villard in 2013.
Or that’s what SCOTT PILGRIM director Edgar Wright just tweeted:
Jill Pantozzi, a recent Pilgrimite, surveys some of the Pilgrim offerings on the craft website. Please don’t read too much symbolism into the irony of a post entitled “Scott Pilgrim Lives” with a Day f the Dead figure. It’s these contradictions that make life more interesting. Love him or hate him*, he’s here to stay.