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Bryan Lee O’Malley

  1. Giant-Sized Pull It Together! Featuring Black Widow, Ms. Marvel, Bryan Lee O’Malley, and More!

    We've got issues. LOTS of issues.

    Pull It Together is our weekly post of a bunch of comics that are coming out on Wednesday that we think you should be aware of. This week is EXTRA LARGE due to all the EXTRA books coming out, including some great titles for new readers!

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  2. #FollowFriday: Bryan Lee O’Malley (@radiomaru)

    Hey, it's that one guy! Maybe you should follow him.

    It's that time again! That's right, we're about to attempt to improve your Internet experience by suggesting a person we think you should be following on Twitter. That person is Scott Pilgrim creator, author, and artist Bryan Lee O'Malley, because he's still writing comics and being hilarious, and you can get in on it.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: New International Poster for Monsters University

    Things We Saw Today

    And speaking of Pixar, the film previously known as Untitled Disney-Pixar Inside the Mind Film now has an actual title: Inside Out. It's "told from the perspective of the emotions inside the mind of a little girl" and is directed by Pete Docter, who also directed Monsters, Inc. and Up (via The Daily Blam, /Film)

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  4. This Woman Proposed To Her Boyfriend, Scott Pilgrim Style

    This Exists... Because of A Lady

    And you thought you were creative. One woman made her geek boy very happy by proposing to him in a very unique way. She took him on a tour of Toronto by making a scavenger hunt out of locations from Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim comic. The end result was her popping the question. See all the shots they took along the way plus what the rings look like! (via io9)

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  5. Scott Pilgrim Special Edition and “Evil Edition” Books Announced With Tons of Goodies

    Just in time for Comic-Con is news that in addition to the full-color version of the Scott Pilgrim books, a new Evil Edition will be rolling out as well. Not enough for you? Fine, how about an enormous Special Edition full of stickers, prints, patches, digital downloads, set lists, and coins? Trust me, you'll be satisfied with your purchase.

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  6. George R.R. Martin Is Worried He’s Not Writing Fast Enough For HBO’s Game Of Thrones

    Winter Is Coming

    This week's "DUH!" moment comes to us courtesy of A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin. Fans of his work know he's notoriously slow when it comes to writing, and Martin himself has copped to it, but with the HBO television series now in full swing, there's a new concern. Will Martin's novels be finished or will the show catch up before he's done? Hear what he had to say about it after the jump. 

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  7. Scott Pilgrim is Back in Glorious Full Color

    Here's something that will make you feel old: Scott Pilgrim Vol. 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life came out eight years ago. Created by Bryan Lee O'Malley, the comic series was a great success, landing the character a feature film. However, O'Malley's art has remained in the original black and white in the subsequent reprints of the books. That will be changing this August when Oni Press debuts a color edition of the books called the Scott Pilgrim Color Hardcover, which is pretty much just what it sounds like. 

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  8. Your Fears About Hollywood Overreacting to Scott Pilgrim’s Bad Box Office May Be Justified

    With a weekend box office of $10.5 million, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, which cost about $60 million to make, had the alarmingly bad opening that fans feared it would. While a few (generally older) critics slammed it, it was really a stellar movie, and one needn't have read the graphic novels it's based on (I didn't) to appreciate it.

    There are plenty of theories as to why such a buzzed-about, well-marketed, solid movie performed as weakly at the box office as it did: CinemaBlend surmises that it existed in a no-man's land, with people above 30 not 'getting' it, but people too far below 30 not 'getting' the retro gaming references either; it being a geek movie that most geeks don't actually relate to ("This is a movie about a slacker musician whose biggest problem is choosing which of the two hot girls he's dating he most wants to sleep with"); and, lastly, the 'everyone hates Michael Cera' hypothesis, which I don't entirely buy, but which is widespread enough that it has to be based on some reality.

    In some respects, it doesn't matter why; what matters is the aftermath. Hollywood's backlash against 'geek' properties without a hit-you-over-the-head mainstream hook could be just as bad as we fear.

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  9. The Scott Pilgrim Trailer Recreated Entirely from Comic Panels

    If, like us, you've watched the various Scott Pilgrim vs. the World trailers so many times they're burned into your retinas, you'll appreciate this work of inspired geekery by YouTuber theMrBlonde2010: The extended trailer for Scott Pilgrim reconstructed entirely from panels from Bryan Lee O'Malley's original graphic novel. 

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  10. Ramona Flowers’ Mysterious Past Exposed [Scott Pilgrim]

    Mary Elizabeth Winstead spoke to io9 at Comic Con, and explained that comic creator Bryan Lee O'Malley provided actors of the upcoming Scott Pilgrim vs. the World adaptation ten facts about their characters neither in the books nor the film. For her character Ramona Flowers, the girlfriend of the titular protagonist, many of the facts were about her pre-Toronto life. io9 was only able to coax one fact from Winstead, though it's quite an enlightening one. Highlight for the kicker: Ramona's younger brother died when she was younger, and she wears a shoelace around her neck in memory of him. (via io9)

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