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Scott Pilgrim is a graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O'Malley. It consists of six digest size black-and-white volumes, released between August 2004 and July 2010, by Portland-based independent comic book publisher Oni Press. The series is about 23-year-old Canadian Scott Pilgrim, a slacker and part-time musician who lives in Toronto and plays bass guitar in the band "Sex Bob-omb." He falls in love with American delivery girl Ramona Flowers, but must defeat her seven evil exes[1] in order to date her.

A film adaptation of the series entitled Scott Pilgrim vs. the World starring actor Michael Cera in the title role was released in August 2010. A videogame of the same name developed by Ubisoft for Playstation Network and Xbox Live Arcade was released the same month.

Plot summary

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Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life

The series begins by introducing Scott Pilgrim, a 23-year-old Canadian slacker living in Toronto with his sarcastic gay roommate Wallace Wells. He has started "dating" a Chinese-Canadian high-schooler, Knives Chau. His friends think it is scandalous since she is only 17. Scott does not consider it a big deal as all they do is chat about her school-life. He is the bass player in the band Sex Bob-omb, along with his friends Stephen Stills (guitar) and Kim Pine (drums).

One night, Scott begins dreaming about a girl on rollerblades that he has never met before. He later glimpses her in real life delivering a package to the library. Her repeated presence in his dreams, and a coincidental meeting at a party thrown by Stephen's on-off girlfriend Julie Powers, prompts him to become obsessed with finding out more about her. He discovers that she is Ramona Flowers, a girl who works for Amazon.ca and has recently come to Toronto from New York after a rumored messy break-up with someone named Gideon.

Scott orders CDs on Amazon as a pretense to meet her again, and receives an email from someone named Matthew Patel warning him about an upcoming battle, but Scott pays it little heed and promptly deletes it. After another dream about Ramona, in which she is carrying his package, Scott wakes to find her at his door. She explains that she uses subspace portals as part of her job to cross long distances in seconds; one such route passes through Scott's brain, hence his dreams. Having convinced her he is not a strange person after their previous encounters, they spend the evening together and go back to her house during a heavy snowstorm. After blundering into her bedroom while she is changing, Scott and Ramona kiss and spend the night together, but do not actually have sex. The next day, Scott goes home. Wallace informs him that he needs to break up with Knives if he plans to pursue a serious relationship with Ramona, but when he meets her later in preparation for their gig at the Rockit club, Knives is considerably more forward than usual, and Scott fails to tell her. He also receives a letter from Matthew, which he again disregards.

After an opening performance by rival band Crash and the Boys, which features one song that is 0.4 seconds long and another that leaves the audience comatose, Sex Bob-omb prepare to begin their set when Matthew descends upon the stage and engages Scott in a video game-style duel. He is revealed as one of Ramona's evil ex-boyfriends, and has mystical powers that allow him to summon "demon hipster chicks." Scott defeats him in a musical battle, his final attack obliterating Matthew and leaving behind a handful of coins. On the subway home, Scott and Ramona decide to become a couple, on the proviso that Scott agree to defeat her six other evil-exes. When Scott asks if Gideon is one of them, Ramona's head glows sharply.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

vs. The World opens with a flashback to Scott Pilgrim as a transfer student to "St. Joel's Catholic High School" in Northern Ontario, seven years before the series began. After getting into a short fight moments upon enrolling, Scott meets Lisa Miller who immediately befriends him. Scott and Lisa attempt to start a band, only to realize that they are missing a drummer. Meanwhile, Scott meets Kim in his geography class, noticing her ability to play drums. Lisa and Scott scheme to ask Kim to join the band, but when Scott shows up to school the following Monday, he finds out she has been kidnapped by students from the rival Benvie Tech High School. Scott defeats the students and Kim's kidnapper, Simon Lee, and rescues Kim. Kim joins Scott and Lisa's band, Sonic & Knuckles, and dates Scott up until he has to move to Toronto.

Scott and Wallace ride the bus together, and Wallace tells him that actor Lucas Lee, Ramona's second evil ex-boyfriend, is filming a new movie in Toronto, as well as pressuring him to break up with Knives. Scott goes to meet Knives and awkwardly breaks it off, but is cheered by thoughts of Ramona who spent the night with him during the night he was watching several films of Lucas Lee. The next day, Scott shows up at the video store Kim works at to rent several of Lucas Lee's films to prepare for his next battle. While preparing for Lucas Lee, Scott and his friends make vegan shepherd's pie, where Knives spots Scott with Ramona.

Scott goes to meet Lucas at his filming location, the Casa Loma. Lucas immediately beats Scott up, after which they take a lunch break and Lucas tells Scott about how Ramona broke his heart, and how there is a League of Ramona's Evil Ex-Boyfriends who have organized themselves to come after Scott. Scott then goads Lucas into riding down a dangerous set of rails, ending up going too fast and bursting into coins upon landing. Scott gets an item (a Mithril Skateboard), but can't use it because he didn't take "skateboard proficiency" back in Grade 5.

Infuriated with Ramona allegedly stealing Scott from her, Knives dyes her forelock and later shows up and attacks Ramona as she is visiting the Toronto Reference Library with Scott's sister, Stacy. After a short battle and various insults, Knives takes off. As the fight is taking place, Scott gets a call from Envy Adams, Scott's ex-girlfriend, who asks him to open for her band, The Clash at Demonhead that weekend. Scott and his friends show up to see Envy's band on Friday, only to discover that Knives is now dating Young Neil, Stephen Stills's roommate. The book ends with an epic opening by The Clash at Demonhead, where Ramona identifies the band's bassist as her third evil ex-boyfriend, Todd Ingram.

Scott Pilgrim & the Infinite Sadness

The Infinite Sadness continues the night that The Clash at Demonhead, performs. After the venue clears out, Envy invites Scott, Ramona, Kim Pine, Stephen, Julie, Knives, and Young Neil backstage with them to "chat." Knives announces to Envy that she has "kissed the lips that kissed you," and has the highlights punched out of her hair by The Clash at Demonhead's drummer, Lynette Guycott, who has a bionic arm. Knives and Young Neil leave. Scott then tries to attack Todd, but is stopped by his psychic 'vegan' powers.

The story then unfolds with a series of flashbacks detailing the relationship between Scott and Envy, then known as Natalie. After the flashback, Envy tells Scott and the others that they will meet up at Honest Ed's the following day for a "surprise." Flashbacks continue, detailing Natalie's change into Envy, her break-up with Scott once their band started to get noticed, and how Scott and Wallace came to be friends.

The next day Scott and the others show up at Honest Ed's, where he and Todd must fight to the death inside, and that whoever reaches the end of the store first wins. Scott and Todd dash through the store, the contents of which are reminiscent of a haunted house, and Todd is mentally tormented by his past until he goes berserk and causes Honest Ed's to implode. Neither Scott nor Todd win the challenge, but instead are supposed to fight again the following night. Ramona convinces Scott to ditch the challenge and they return to Ramona's apartment. After an unsuccessful make-out session, Ramona begins to fill Scott in about her relationship with Todd. In a flashback to their college years, Todd proves his love to Ramona by using his newly-gained vegan powers to blow a crater in the moon. Meanwhile, Todd is secretly cheating on his vegan diet (by eating gelato) as well as cheating on Envy by making out with Lynette behind her back.

Later, that evening, before opening for Envy's band, Ramona and Envy get into an argument and begin to fight, Ramona armed with a giant mallet. As Envy starts to get the upper hand, Knives attacks her for the sake of Scott's happiness. Before Sex-Bob-omb can perform, Scott sees Envy about to kill Ramona and Knives, and jumps from the stage to hit her "weak point," the back of her knees. Envy then discovers Todd was cheating on her with Lynette, who escapes leaving her bionic arm behind, and is thrown aside by Todd. Todd and Scott then proceed to have a bass battle, and Scott is aided by the powers of The Boys and Crash (the opening band for the evening). Todd almost wins the battle until deus ex machina kicks in and the vegan police show up and strip him of his powers for multiple vegan offenses. Scott headbutts the powerless Todd, who is reduced to a pile of coins, and receives an extra life in the process. Finally, Sex Bob-omb gets to play, and Scott spots a strange character (Gideon) from the stage. The volume ends with Envy moving back home.

The Infinite Sadness also features extras, such as guest comics from Josh Lesnick, Alex Ahad, Andy Helms, John Allison, and David McGuire, as well as a map of the major characters illustrating their relations to each other. The title is a reference to the album "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" by The Smashing Pumpkins.

Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together

(note: Gets it Together features a format change of the series' original spine art)

After a summer break at the beach for Julie's birthday, during which Knives and Kim get drunk and end up making out, Kim moves into an apartment with her friends, Holly and Joseph. Stephen notices Joseph has a home recording studio, and asks him to help Sex Bob-omb record an album. As Scott goes to the Dufferin Mall to escape a heat wave, he is spotted by his old high school friend, Lisa, later re-acquainting her with Kim and introducing her to Ramona and the others. Meanwhile, at Knives's house, Knives and her friend notice that the picture of Scott on Knives's shrine is slashed, which Knives claims she hasn't done herself.

Annoyed with running into his daft subspace dreams in the middle of the day, Ramona recommends Scott get a job. Kim brings him to The Happy Avocado, a vegetarian restaurant where Stephen works, where he gets a job as a dishwasher. Shortly afterwards, Scott and Kim are attacked by a samurai, who slices a streetcar in half and chases them until they escape via a subspace portal. The next day, Scott and Wallace venture to the financial district to meet with their landlord, Peter, who tells them that they must re-sign the lease or leave by August 27. Wallace recommends that Scott move in with Ramona. As Scott contemplates this, he briefly encounters a female "half-ninja," who quickly becomes embarrassed and disappears. The following afternoon, Scott spots the very same girl talking to Ramona at the restaurant where he works. She is revealed to be Roxie Richter, Ramona's fourth evil ex during her 'sexy phase.' Not keen on fighting someone with a sword, Scott hides in Ramona's bag while she heads into a subspace portal, where they fight against Roxie. After nearly killing Ramona, Roxie leaves. Afterward, Ramona tells Scott that he can move in with her temporarily. Later on though, things go downhill when Ramona suspects Scott might feel something for Lisa and storms off.

After briefly encountering Wallace in an awkward position and being informed that he was fired from his job during the fight, Scott goes to Lisa's house to spend the night. Lisa recalls their high school relationship, asking whether Scott had any feelings for her then and if they should have an affair. After waking up from a dream which Roxie had infiltrated in an attempt to kill him, Scott learns that nothing happened between him and Lisa since he had finally managed to say that he loves Ramona. After getting his job back, Scott goes to the Second Cup, which is different from the one Stacey works at since Knives is working there. There, they are spotted by the samurai, revealed to be Knives's father who was not keen on Knives dating a white boy, who proceeds to attack Scott. Scott escapes via another subspace portal and ends up in Ramona's mind, where she is a slave to a shadowy figure. Ramona kicks Scott out of her head, telling him to forget what he saw, but before he can explain his true feelings, he finds Roxie staying over her house and is told to walk it off. As he walks on, Scott sees his dark self and rejects him, rushing back to Ramona to find her being attacked by Mr. Chau. Scott lures him away and gets him to fight against Roxie. When Scott realizes he's just been a pussy all this time, he plucks up the courage to confess his love for Ramona, earning the Power of Love sword. Scott uses this to defeat Roxie, Ninja Gaiden-style, who warns him about the twins before dying. Scott then apologizes to Mr. Chau, who leaves having earned respect for Scott, before Scott finally moves in with Ramona. After giving Lisa a farewell meal, Ramona finally tells Scott her age which is 24.

The back of Gets it Together features guest art from Steve Manale, Michael Comeau, Philip Bond, and Zander Cannon as well as a back cover illustrated by pixel artist Miguel Sternberg.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the Universe

Vs. the Universe features a shiny cover.

After Scott turns 24, the gang attends a Day of the Dead-themed party thrown by Julie where Ramona spots her next two evil ex-boyfriends, the twins Kyle and Ken Katayanagi. Scott approaches them and prepares to fight, but instead is forced to fight their robot, Robot-01. He defeats the robot and "wins the party." Meanwhile, Knives learns from Stephen who was drowning his sorrows after his permanent break-up with Julie that Scott cheated on her with Ramona, and wonders if Ramona knows about it. November continues to show the deteriorating status of Scott and Ramona's relationship, with Ramona starting to appear bored and Scott stumbling onto signs that she may still be interested in Gideon. She at one point tells Scott that she doesn't like his band, which hasn't done any gigs since they started "recording," at which Scott is distressed. Later, Sex Bob-omb prepares for a show at Sneaky Dee's, even though they haven't rehearsed in months due to Stephen Stills's persistent but fruitless recording. Their performance, which was doomed to fail anyway, is interrupted by another one of the twins' robots, which Scott defeats, breaking his bass in the process. During this time, Ramona encounters Knives in the bathroom, who tells her that Scott cheated on them at the same time. On the way home, Scott admits that he forgot his keys and Ramona refuses to let him in for the night. He ends up staying with Wallace, who reveals to Scott that he has found pictures of Gideon Graves, all of which are blurry or indistinct.

After spending the next night at Kim's, he arranges a setup so that he can casually bump into Kim and Ramona while they get coffee. During the conversation, Kim brings attention to Ramona's head glowing, which she herself was unaware of, although it disappears before she can see for herself. They later all attend another of Julie's parties that night where Scott is forced to fight yet another robot. Kim approaches Ramona on the balcony, and takes a picture with her camera phone of Ramona's head, which is yet again glowing. Kim and Ramona proceed to get drunk on Jose Cuervo tequila, and after defeating the robot, Scott joins them. Later, Kim takes the subway home, but is kidnapped by the twins. After some initial intimacy, Ramona confronts Scott about cheating on Knives with her and tells him he is just another evil ex-boyfriend waiting to happen, which worries Scott into thinking they might break up. Whilst Ramona takes a shower in the early morning, Scott receives word of Kim's kidnapping, and rushes to a construction site to face the twins, despite being disadvantaged due to his hangover. During the fight, the twins explain that Ramona cheated on both of them at the same time, and imply Scott is fighting for the wrong girl. As he begins to lose the fight, Kim lies and says that Ramona text messaged her to give Scott the encouragement to defeat the twins simultaneously, racking up a massive bonus.

Scott rushes back to the apartment. Ramona, now with her hair cut and dyed again, tells Scott that she is a bad person and that she "had a good time." Her head begins to glow brighter and brighter until she disappears. Scott tries to look for her, but instead lets her cat out and locks himself out of her apartment. Over the next few days, Scott bed-hops whilst trying to get Ramona's cat to come back and constantly mistaking people for Gideon. Kim moves back home to the north, accepting Scott's apology for his behavior. After moving into a new apartment, Scott reads a note Ramona left behind addressed to Gideon, telling him she wouldn't come back to him. Whilst Scott wonders what this means, he receives a call from Gideon, asking when it would be convenient to die.

The end of Scott Pilgrim vs. The Universe features a section called "Creating Scott Pilgrim for fun and profit." The section includes drawings and comments from Bryan Lee O'Malley detailing the development of the series, including a playlist for the 5th book.

Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour

Four months after Ramona's disappearance, Scott has been wasting his life playing video games. Whilst attending a gig from Stephen's new band, Scott runs into Knives, who mentions she'll be moving to college soon. Scott clumsily blurts out a proposal for "casual sex," which Knives declines, though she offers a chance to make out instead, which turns out to be horrible for them both. Later, at a party Scott has no idea why he went to, Scott runs into Envy, later talking over coffee. During their conversation, Envy points out their breakup was a result of an argument which Scott apparently started, though he cannot remember. Gideon, who is dating Envy, appears during their conversation, but Scott just ends up fleeing.

Despite Scott's objections to fighting Gideon when he doesn't feel he needs to anymore, Wallace sends him on a "wilderness sabatical" to Kim's home up north. During this time, Scott tries to rekindle his relationship with Kim, but is rejected when Kim points errors in his memory surrounding their breakup. When Scott had to move back then, Kim only knew about it after hearing from Lisa, and the Simon Lee that Scott allegedly fought to win Kim's heart was really a wimp Scott beat up. Scott's head starts to glow, and soon Scott is attacked by his dark side, NegaScott. Scott becomes determined to defeat him so he can move on, but Kim reminds him he can't keep running away from his mistakes. During the fight, Scott remembers Ramona and stops fighting, merging with NegaScott and recovering his memories of all the bad things he had done. After receiving one last good luck kiss from Kim, Scott heads back to Toronto to earn Ramona back.

Scott arrives at the Chaos Theatre, where Envy is making her solo debut. As Envy starts her performance, Scott is attacked by Gideon, who is surprised to hear that Ramona is not with him. When Scott refuses to join the League of Evil Exes, Gideon steals his Power of Love sword and stabs him with it, killing him. Scott finds himself in a desert where he finally sees Ramona again, who apologises for her leaving. Scott kisses her only to be interrupted by Ramona's reminder that he is dead. However, Scott then returns to life thanks to the extra life he obtained from Todd Ingram, and Ramona bursts out of his chest to arrive and confront Gideon. Gideon reveals several cryogenic capsules filled with former girlfriends, wanting Ramona to join them. He then fires a blast which gives everyone "the glow," causing them to become irritated whilst Gideon fights them. Gideon explains that he formed the league following a drunken post on Craigslist, after his breakup with Ramona, who points out he only started taking interest in her after they broke up.

Ramona tries to use the glow to escape into subspace, but is stabbed by Gideon, who explains the glow is an emotional weapon which seals people inside their own heads with their issues. After learning from Ramona that Gideon literally had a way of getting inside her head, Scott jumps into Ramona's subspace bag and arrives in her head, where he confronts Gideon and gives him the glow. Scott is cornered by Gideon, but his actions encourage Ramona to unite the parts of her that don't belong to Gideon to confront him. Gideon tries to attack Scott but Ramona blocks it with her bag, returning them to the real world and allowing Ramona to retrieve the Power of Love sword, healing her wounds. When Scott sees Gideon shrug Envy off, he comes to understand him and earns the Power of Understanding sword. As they fight, Gideon reveals he had been watching the two via the subspace highway in Scott's head, spicing up some of his memories in the process. Whilst Gideon tries to suggest that Scott and Ramona are their own worst enemies, they agree that Gideon is much worse and finish him, causing him to explode into $7,777,777 in coins.

Scott receives closure from Envy and Gideon's former girlfriends are unfrozen. Ramona reveals she had just been on a wilderness sabbatical at her dad's cabin, with not much luck, and later reaffirms her relationship with Scott, deciding to give it another shot. In the closing pages, Scott is now working with Stephen as co-chef, Stephen reveals he is now in a gay relationship with Joseph, Scott and Kim start a new band performing awful covers though they believe they will keep trying, and Knives visits Scott one last time before going to college. Then the last few pages show Scott meeting up with Ramona, who decides to try again and they walk into subspace together, ending the series.

On June 3, 2010, O'Malley announced [2] that he had hidden the word "hipster" on Ramona's t-shirt in one panel to mark the day he finished drawing the series. This panel is on page 161 in a flashback involving Ramona and Gideon.

Volumes

#TitleISBNRelease date
1Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little LifeISBN 1-932664-08-4August 18, 2004
2Scott Pilgrim vs. The WorldISBN 1-932664-12-2June 15, 2005
3Scott Pilgrim & The Infinite SadnessISBN 1-932664-22-XMay 24, 2006
4Scott Pilgrim Gets It TogetherISBN 1-932664-49-2November 14, 2007[3]
5Scott Pilgrim vs. The UniverseISBN 1-934964-10-7 February 4, 2009[4]
6Scott Pilgrim's Finest HourISBN 1-934964-38-7 July 20, 2010[5]

Other appearances:

  • Comics Festival (40-page anthology including a one-page Scott Pilgrim comic; released on Free Comic Book Day 2005)
  • PENG (72-page one-shot comic book by Corey Lewis where Scott Pilgrim appears in one panel; released in 2005)
  • Free Scott Pilgrim #1 FCBD 2006 Edition (32-page comic book featuring an 17-page original Scott Pilgrim story; released on Free Comic Book Day 2006) This story is available for free online at the Oni Press Website
  • Comics Festival 2007! (40-page anthology including a half-page Scott Pilgrim comic and a 4-page Wonderful World of Kim Pine comic; released on Free Comic Book Day 2007)
  • Scott Pilgrim: Full Colour Odds & Ends 2008 (collects Free Scott Pilgrim #1 - newly coloured by Dean Trippe, Wonderful World of Kim Pine four-page story, Now Magazine Best of Toronto two-page strip in black-and-white, the Comics Fest 07 sushi strip, and various watercolours, pin-ups, and advertisements)

All of these ancillary stories are available to read on the Scott Pilgrim Website. A collector's box containing all six volumes and a fold-in poster will be released on November 23, 2010.[6]

Critical reception

Script error Script error The first volume of Scott Pilgrim was well-received by comic book critics and had favorable reviews outside the comic book industry, in Publishers Weekly and on E! Online among others. Though O'Malley's simple, cartoony-looking, and manga-inspired artwork was put off as "amateurish" by some readers, critics were fascinated by the way he managed to get the characters' emotions across with so few, seemingly simple lines. They noted that O'Malley used this style by choice, and not because of a lack of skill.[citation needed] His style also often references Japanese manga artists, such as Kiyohiko Azuma and Osamu Tezuka. The style choices are also made in part from his departure from more dramatic content such as in Lost at Sea.

While there were some objections against the book's art, its humor made the book very popular and garnered it much praise, as did its "strong characterization and convincing dialogue".[1] Only the video-game-like fight sequence at the end (wherein Scott fights Matthew Patel, the first of Ramona's evil ex-boyfriends, in a style reminiscent of Street Fighter) was not met as enthusiastically as the rest of the book by all readers and it was noted that the scene "completely abandons the tone, pace and genre of everything that comes before it".[1]

The second volume received equally good reviews, with some critics grading it "even better" than the first volume[2] and continuing to praise the series' humor and how O'Malley manages to shift readers' sympathies from one character to the other by expanding the characterizations of the cast, giving new insights into the characters' pasts. Critics also noted how seemingly effortlessly O'Malley manages to mix "relatively real life and superhero power fantasies".[3]

Publishers Weekly ranked the third volume, Scott Pilgrim & The Infinite Sadness, as one of the best comic books of 2006 in a critics' poll.[4]

Scott Pilgrim was ranked 85th on Wizard magazine's 2008 list of the "200 Greatest Comic Characters of All Time".[5]

In 2007, O'Malley was interviewed by the AV Club for the fourth volume. Written by Jason Heller, the article states that Gets It Together is "his best to date." The article goes on to praise O'Malley's consistent bold stylistic choices, saying that he "has raised the bar, art-wise: His deceptively basic style is suddenly deeper, richer, and more mature, while his eye for dynamics and graphic economy has gotten even keener."[6]

Awards

In 2005, O'Malley won the Doug Wright Award for Best Emerging Talent for the first volume of Scott Pilgrim[7] and was nominated for three Harvey Awards (Best New Talent, Best Cartoonist and Best Graphic Album of Original Work).[8]

In 2006, O'Malley was awarded Outstanding Canadian Comic Book Cartoonist (Writer/Artist) in the Joe Shuster Awards. He was previously nominated in the same category in 2005.[citation needed]

O'Malley was nominated for a 2006 Eisner Award in the category Best Writer/Artist—Humor, for Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, but lost to Kyle Baker. O'Malley and Scott Pilgrim were also nominated for two 2006 Eagle Awards, and nominated for a second Wright Award (for Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World).[citation needed]

In 2007, O'Malley won the Harvey Award. The series was also awarded a spot in Entertainment Weekly's 2007 A-List.[citation needed]

In 2010, O'Malley won his first Eisner Award in the "Best Humor Publication" category for Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Universe.[9]

In other media

Film

Script error The film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World was released on August 13, 2010; and is based on all six volumes of the graphic novel series. The film is directed by Edgar Wright and stars Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The Animation

At the 2010 San Diego Comicon, Alison Pill (who plays Kim Pine in the movie), revealed that her character's past relationship with Scott will be explored in other media. "There will be a little something-something that will air on Adult Swim," she said.[1] Creator Bryan Lee O'Malley elaborated by stating "It's gonna be like a series of short animations (to promote the movie). One of them will be the Volume 2 high school stuff with Kim and Lisa Miller. I don't know how long it will be but the rough they showed me was like 5 minutes. The stars of the movie will do the voices for the cartoons."[2] Michael Cera and Alison Pill reprise their roles of Scott Pilgrim and Kim Pine from the movie, whilst Mae Whitman and Jason Schwartzman provide voices for Lisa Miller and Simon Lee respectively, as well as playing two of the Evil Exes in the actual film. The animated short, entitled Scott Pilgrim vs. the Animation, was produced by Titmouse Inc. and aired on Adult Swim on August 12, 2010, later being released on their website.[3][4] The first short is based on flashbacks found in Scott Pilgrim vs the World, elaborating on Scott's adventures in high school.

Video game

Script error A video game based on the series, also titled Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, was announced during San Diego Comic Con 2009 and was developed by Ubisoft Montreal, released alongside the film. The game is a four-player side-scroller influenced by 8-bit and 16-bit video games, with players able to play as Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Kim Pine and Stephen Stills.[1] On March 26, 2010 at PAX East in Boston, the chiptune punk band Anamanaguchi announced they would be performing the music in the Ubisoft video game adaptation.[2] The game's visuals were handled by Paul Robertson, who is well known for producing stylized sprite-based animations.[3]

The game was released on PlayStation Network on August 10, 2010 and Xbox Live Arcade on August 25, 2010.[4]

Mobile comic

A mobile adaptation of the comic book was produced by HarperCollins and Robot Comics.[5] The app uses movement, sound and vibration to create an original reading experience and includes extra material hidden in the scenes of the comic. It is available for iPhone, Android, iPod touch and iPad.

References

External links

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