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Scott Pilgrim

  1. #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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  2. Here Are the Winners for Our Scott Pilgrim Vinyl Contest

    So what do you think, Jimmy? Do they rock or suck?

    Last week we asked for your best video-game themed band names as entries in our contest to win a Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World OST vinyl from ABKCO Records. Today, we've rounded up our five favorite picks. Seriously, if these were all actual bands, we would totally listen to them.

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  3. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World OST Finally Getting Reprinted On Vinyl

    I'm in lesbians with this news.

    Whether or not you actually like the movie Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (side note, if you don't like it then you're totally wrong), you have to admit that the soundtrack is frickin' amazing. Now, after being completely sold out and impossible to get since the movie was first released, they're starting to reprint it on vinyl again.

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 6 of the Coolest Multi-Platform Franchises Since 2000

    The new millennium has been mighty kind in terms of fruitful franchises. Some older, niche works have received revitalizations while other equally niche works have risen up to help fill out the greater cornucopia that is, shall we say, geekdom. But which of these newcomers really has the strength to stand up over time like the old standbys? That’s the real question here. So, here’s the criterion: To be considered, the franchise must have some kind of multimedia, multi-platform presence. Basically, each franchise must have three different forms of media involved, be it comics, manga, film, video games, anime series, or something similar to those listed. Call it the equivalent of the triple threat; some franchises have the ability and some do not. All of these have that quality in spades.

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  7. Toddler is Kim Pine, Scott Pilgrim’s Drummer [Video]

    This little girl, captured here adorably yelling "We are Sex Bob-Omb!" apparently wants to be Kim Pine when she grows up.

    Unsure of what little girls want to be when they grow up, Geekosystem jumped into the field and surveyed a four-year-old girl, who shed light on the subject by telling us she wants to be either a mommy, a teacher, or a Christmas tree when she grows up. Really. She's awesome.

    (via BuzzFeed)

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  8. Geekolinks: 9/18

    Mega Man Universe Will Have Hideous Box Art Mega Man (Wired) IBM Choose Your Own Adventure Patent Story Explained Through Choose Your Own Adventure Story (Geeks are Sexy) New Bill and Ted Movie Possible? (Bleeding Cool) Ghost Rider 2 Dated (ScreenRant) Critical Meme Density Shirt (Fashionably Geek) More Awesome Muppet Shirts Than You Can Shake A Stick At (ToughPigs) Scott Pilgrim and Evil Exes: Gender Swapped (Project: Rooftop) (pic by Dean Trippe via Comics Alliance.)

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  9. Geekolinks: 8/18

    Everybody Gets New Body Parts, Except... (Erica Henderson) Joseph Gordon-Levitt Sings Natural Woman (Underwire) Close Encounters of the Punk Kind (iwantmyTVNOW) The LA Times Talks to Ray Bradbury (LA Times) Celebrities Who Are Geeks Now (Geeks are Sexy) What the Book You're Reading Says About You (FlavorWire) Critique Scott Pilgrim, Not His Audience (NPR) (picture via Half-Assed Commitment.)

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  10. 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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