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The jokes lack subtlety and insight, the characters are consistently annoying, the art's rudimentary, everyone looks the same except for their hair, which the author constantly changes, anyways. Fans of the movie will most likely be fans of these books, too, although there are pros and cons in approaching these books in the context of having seen the movie. This review is specifically for Volume 1, but I didn't wanna put the books here on my Goodreads page individually as it would artificially inflate my "books read" for my year-long reading challenge yeah, I put too much thought into it, leave me alone. Rowling ever accomplished in six books. It was super cool learning through the interwebs that Metric is Toronto-based and that there are a lot of intentional parallels between Emily Haines and Envy Adams.
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They start fighting and the guy beats Scott up pretty bad, so they take a break. After their conversation, the guy offers to let Scott buy him off, but Scott asks the guy to try a skateboard trick and he falls. Knives turns crazy jealous when she hears that Scott is dating another girl, and that the girl is older. Ramona and Knives have a sort of a show down in the mall and they fight there for a while until Knives runs away.
Scott and his band go to see about a gig they may be playing and Scott finds out that Knives is now dating one of the other members of his band. The art in Scott Pilgrim is black and white. Its pretty simplistic, they use shading in different parts. Facial features are shown and what not but they aren't extremely defined.
There is detail but not a ton of it. I enjoyed the first Scott Pilgrim book, which is why I chose to read this one. Most of the characters in this book are pretty likeable. I enjoyed this book and i would recommend it to anyone. Feb 16, Danica rated it liked it Shelves: I guess when I started reading Scott Pilgrim in comic book format I was expecting a bit more. I did like how there's additional detail about Scott's and Ramona's previous relationships in the comics.
I also enjoyed learning more about Ramona's backstory --it explained why she and Scott were a good initial match. In the film version, I didn't understand why Ramona wanted to be with Scott He's kind of a lame character, but hey, at least he's nice to girls when he's romantically interested Hmm.. He's kind of a lame character, but hey, at least he's nice to girls when he's romantically interested in them.
Overall, I think I enjoyed the film slightly more than the comic books just because the story contains sensory detail I. Mar 09, Isaac Jourden rated it it was amazing. I read each book individually rather than the bundle but wanted to do a single review for all of them. What a treat. Scott Pilgrim is filled with lovable but terrible people, plenty of wit, and quotable dialogue throughout. The best part, though is how O'Malley really uses the graphic novel format to great effect.
Nearly every panel has things in it to get a chuckle from the reader. His detail is meticulous and there are often jokes and humor stuffed into panels that are easily missed on a qui I read each book individually rather than the bundle but wanted to do a single review for all of them. His detail is meticulous and there are often jokes and humor stuffed into panels that are easily missed on a quick read through.
It gives the books a fantastic amount of casual re-reading potential. On my third read through I was still finding new things to laugh at that I'd glossed over or missed out on before. An absolute favorite of mine any time I need a quick does of wit and humor. Dec 25, Keith rated it it was amazing. Started checking these out from the library as it was cheaper than going back to see the movie a second time.
My commitment to reading the whole series grew with each book, and by far my favorite section is the summer between evil-ex-fights in book 4. The latter books, in which it comes to light what a complete schmuck Scott really is and how, despite being 'the greatest fighter in the province', he is completely reliant on everyone around him for everything else -- well, it's the sort of group Started checking these out from the library as it was cheaper than going back to see the movie a second time.
The latter books, in which it comes to light what a complete schmuck Scott really is and how, despite being 'the greatest fighter in the province', he is completely reliant on everyone around him for everything else -- well, it's the sort of group dynamic complexity that was only hinted at in the movie but really makes the reading experience much richer and for some of us, makes it a story that hits a lot closer to home.
This is the first GN series I've really enjoyed from start to finish in years. Kudos, snaps, lesbians. Actually rather good once you get past the part that's been covered by the movie which is still good, but a bit repetitive as the adaptation is rather true to the comic. Never really clear about what's the evil ex-boyfriends' goals and all that.
I think I actually preferred Knives in the movie, she seems rather unnecessary once the first volume is done. The ending is a bit saccharine. Scott's a bit more assholeish in there and, honestly, I didn't really notice him changing that much, but heck, Actually rather good once you get past the part that's been covered by the movie which is still good, but a bit repetitive as the adaptation is rather true to the comic.
Scott's a bit more assholeish in there and, honestly, I didn't really notice him changing that much, but heck, who cares, it's still funny. Apr 18, Mathew rated it it was amazing Shelves: I adored the Scott Pilgrim movie, so I just had to read the novels. I love how well the characters translated on screen, except that they made Ramona a huge bitch when she's really not and then you read the books and it's not like they are any different, but there's so much more to them.
You really do get to know them better, as if they're becoming your friends. And plus, I'm an indie geek who likes video games, so these novels were pretty much made for me. It was okay The whole series is essentially about dysfunctional relationships and unhealthy communication. For me, the final book was the most interesting and problematic because it is so focused on the abuse and manipulation of Ramona and Gideon's relationship, which is emphasized by the captivity of Gideon's ex-girlfriends and Ramona's psychic captivity.
Also, Scott was not a particularly engaging hero for me, he's thoughtless and inconsiderate for the most part. Sep 29, Allison rated it it was amazing Shelves: This series is so much fun.
Quirky, charming, and funny, with action and excitement. Loved the characters. The illustrations are great--simple looking, but so clearly depicting various nuances of emotion and humor. There are plenty of in-jokes and references for gamers, but I myself have never played video games and still loved this series. And when I do I find that I forget the plot and don't hold onto anything of value. The whole series is unique and is easily relatable to anybody who is in cahoots with a gamer.
May 16, Casey Peterson rated it it was amazing. Read the Graphic Novel, watch the movie, or play the video game. I would not be able to write a review better than Joss Whedon's - "Scott Pilgrim is the best book ever. It is the chronicle of out time. With Kung Fu, so, yea: Dec 21, Bryan Cottle rated it it was amazing. We are Sex Bob-omb! Scott Pilgrim Rocks!
Sep 11, Jeremy Rodden rated it really liked it Shelves: This review is specifically for Volume 1, but I didn't wanna put the books here on my Goodreads page individually as it would artificially inflate my "books read" for my year-long reading challenge yeah, I put too much thought into it, leave me alone.
Also, I enjoyed the movie and never read the graphics. I'm assuming this will continue as I read the rest of the series, but the movie literally feels like a shot-for-shot reproduction of the comic which is good in some ways but adaptations really should add their own stamp - but that's a Catch 22 situation. That all being said and necessary, it's still an enjoyable read for an older teen looking for a quick and easy graphic novel focusing on relationships from the perspective of a kind of dumb and bumbling boy.
Usually, "romance" books are targeted to young girls but the heart of Scott Pilgrim ultimately is about Scott's "love triangle" with Knives and Ramona. Everything else in the story follows from there. It's nice and refreshing to see classic romance tropes being flipped around a bit in this story 1 boy, 2 girls instead of the reverse and, of course, the obvious and repeated references to geeky stuff Scott's band being named after a bad guy in Super Mario, the X-Men logo on his jacket, etc.
I kinda had trouble classifying this book other than "Graphic Novel" but decided on Urban Fantasy due to the sometimes-magical elements Ramona literally traveling through Scott's head, the first evil ex-boyfriend's Bollywood demon summoning powers, etc. All in all, it's a fun and quick read and I expect to devour the other five books in quick succession.
Any teen could read it without issue see Content section below and enjoy it. The art style is simple and O'Malley is clearly influenced by Japanese Manga in his illustrations and format even the story-telling, to be truthful. The heavy use of blackspace in the black and white drawings allows the characters to pop out nicely and nothing interrupts a quick and easy flow for the reader. However, like other books I've read with older protagonists, the content of the book and his motivations are very much younger in nature and not really classifiable as Young Adult.
Even the first and running gag is Scott's relationship with Knives Chau, a year old Chinese school girl and yeah, his friends and sister immediately point out how cliche that is. The relationships throughout Volume 1 are definitely more juvenile and high school-ish in nature, even Scott's obsession with Ramona. There are direct references to sex, especially when Scott goes to Ramona's house after their first date.
It looks as though they will have sex after kissing and being near-naked but Ramona tells him that he's changed her mind.
Scott makes no move to pressure or argue against this. This is an "adult" situation that would do well to be demonstrated to anyone in high school. In the first book, there are no other content concerns about language or violence seriously, the first "mini-boss" literally turns into coins like in a video game, it's that tame.
Jan 09, Ethan rated it really liked it. This book is hilarious. It's way better than the movie and the movie is excellent. It's chock full of clever nerd references music, gaming, and your typical casual-friendship nerdism this book really delivers.
Scott is a moron and he doesn't deserve such great friends and exes, but that's largely what makes this book so great. I rarely laugh out loud while I'm reading, but the dumb things Scott says are almost always clean and good humor and I just can't help myself. The L-word, bread, and pre This book is hilarious. The L-word, bread, and pretty much any time he completely misses the point of something Soooo funny.
Plus, O'Malley did a great job of taking advantage of the graphic medium. This is not as polished as Watchmen, but there are still many moments when something is shown rather than told in a delightful way, such as when Scott is dodging Knives' "LOVE" bubbles or when their heads are glowing.
The 4th wall breaks are ample, but not overbearing and the video game mechanics actually add structure to what might have just been a goofy montage of fights.
I especially appreciate how O'Malley shared the music he listened to while writing the books! They add a lot to the story. It was super cool learning through the interwebs that Metric is Toronto-based and that there are a lot of intentional parallels between Emily Haines and Envy Adams. Also Scott Pilgrim wearing all of the Smashing Pumpkins merch The only downside is that the story is devastatingly relatable, particularly because none of the characters are perfect.
In other words, it's totally affirms all of the totally depressing truths about your life that you've been trying to avoid.
Not gonna lie: You could say that it's a plus I mean, I generally don't like the Hollywood treatment most movies get, making everyone sparkle and wrapping up stories so everything comes out perfectly.
In the end of Scott Pilgrim, everything works out, but only because they learn to accept their own imperfections and they all have many severe imperfections. Is that a spoiler? I think anyone could have seen that coming. Feb 03, Kelly rated it really liked it Shelves: I had earlier posted a review in the Goodreads listing for Vol. This was a lot of fun. I quite like the film, but this was a marked improvement because of more well-rounded characters and more sympathetic, especially in the case of Ramona more plot developments, and better explanations of plot points that were included in the film, such as subspace.
I also quite lik Note: I also quite like the fact that the original Scott is actually a good fighter in the film he sort of bumbles through a lot of his fights.
My comment from Volume 1 that it got off to a bit of a slow start is still true, but this is made up for somewhat by the other volumes being chock-full of creativity and fun pop-culture references. I did feel like a few of the characters looked too similar which would hopefully be helped somewhat by reading the color edition, if I do decide to reread it. Dec 01, Scott Bruton rated it really liked it.
I was a big fan of the movie and I'm trying to expand my intake of artistic expression to new forms this year which means trying out comic books so It is worth mentioning first that this is a funny series.
It seems like the intention was first to be funny before the rest of the story comes along so if you can tune into the humor of the movie you will have no problem tuning into the humor of the books. The humor jumps around between self referential fourth wall breaking, to the characters makin I was a big fan of the movie and I'm trying to expand my intake of artistic expression to new forms this year which means trying out comic books so The humor jumps around between self referential fourth wall breaking, to the characters making fun of how two demential they are as they grow their third dimension, to video game references, to relationship dynamics and the lack of self awareness that people have of them and so on.
The major difference between the movie and the books was that the books jumped into the motif of using unexplainable events as metaphors to represent the unseen categories of relationships and life, and they jumped hard, and I loved it.
Mr O'Malley subtly sets up these parallels in volumes and drives it home in volume 6 in a way that I found powerful. Come to Scott Pilgrim for a straight forward light hearted world focusing down on making one point in a fun and exciting way. Aug 09, Douglas Summers-Stay rated it it was amazing Shelves: I don't think I've ever read another romantic-comedy comic-book, but I just read this one for the second time. Parts reminded me of a John Hughes movie. What I enjoy most about these books is the humor, ranging from subtly self-deprecating to over-the-top absurd.
I found myself chuckling as I read it, but when my son asked me to explain what was funny I had a hard time conveying it. The characters are all unique and quirky. I thought the sequence with Todd the Vegan in particular his veganism g I don't think I've ever read another romantic-comedy comic-book, but I just read this one for the second time.
I thought the sequence with Todd the Vegan in particular his veganism gives him superpowers was hilarious, and I loved the twist in the final battle, as well as the fact that this book which starts out so quotidianly turns into the sort of book that has a final battle.
I never thought of myself as a gamer, but the off-hand inclusion of video game rules into the everyday lives of the characters felt so on-point that it made me think that as a generation some of these tropes have become deeply ingrained in our collective psyche. The art is simple, just enough different from manga style to be its own thing, but uses a lot of techniques from Japanese comics.
The inclusion of recipes and chord progressions was just enough to be charming rather than obnoxious. I felt like the movie was pretty faithful to the spirit of the books, though too short. Apr 01, Paul rated it really liked it. The Scott Pilgrim episodic series was a great read that I would definitely recommend to others who enjoy video games, some romance, and fun fight scenes. My enjoyment came from the many quirky personalities that O'Malley created for the reader to follow along with, and the progression of the relationship between Scott P.
Another thing I enjoyed from the series was the many comedic instances that is put upon the characters, resulting in a funny end to a fight or worthwhile break f The Scott Pilgrim episodic series was a great read that I would definitely recommend to others who enjoy video games, some romance, and fun fight scenes. Another thing I enjoyed from the series was the many comedic instances that is put upon the characters, resulting in a funny end to a fight or worthwhile break from a serious conversation.
I do however believe the books aren't perfect, and had some certain parts that felt monotonous or quite uninteresting. This flaw is only one sore thumb that sticks out, and it doesn't bring down the story being crafted for the readers.
A very nice graphic novel series overall, and one that I will definitely read again in the future! Jan 30, Tony Romine rated it it was amazing. He's also dating someone when he falls in love with her. He also plays bass in a band that's okay, but not great. This is one of my favorite comics of all-time, it's so well done.
The writing is witty and sharp, the artwork is gorgeous and action-packed. It's not just funny, but it has a lot of introspective, heartfelt moments that will surprise you.
I can't say enough about how well done this series is, everyone should read it at least once. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers Also Enjoyed. Graphic Novels Comics. About Bryan Lee O'Malley.
Bryan Lee O'Malley. Bryan Lee O'Malley is a Canadian cartoonist. His first original graphic novel was Lost at Sea , and he is best-known for the six-volume Scott Pilgrim series to In July his graphic novel Seconds was released by Ballantine Books.
He is also a songwriter and musician as Kupek and formerly in several short-lived Toronto bands. Other books in the series.
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