Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life (Scott Pilgrim #1)

Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life (Scott Pilgrim #1)

Scott Pilgrim's life is totally sweet. He's 23 years old, he's in a rockband, he's "between jobs" and he's dating a cute high school girl. Nothing could possibly go wrong, unless a seriously mind-blowing, dangerously fashionable, rollerblading delivery girl named Ramona Flowers starts cruising through his dreams and sailing by him at parties. Will Scott's awesome life get Scott Pilgrim's life is totally sweet. He's 23 years old, he's in a rockband, he's "between jobs" and he's dating a cute h...

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Title:Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life (Scott Pilgrim #1)
Author:Bryan Lee O'Malley
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:168 pages pages

Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life (Scott Pilgrim #1) Reviews

  • J.G. Keely
    Aug 01, 2010

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

  • Aaron
    Jun 09, 2007

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

  • Traci Haley
    Jun 15, 2008

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

  • Nicolo Yu
    Jan 26, 2014

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

  • Bryce Wilson
    Nov 10, 2007

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

    Everything about Scott Pilgrim is fun. There's a feel to it. It's in the mood. The illustrations give the world this video-game vibe. And the premise seems like something out straight out of a video game. Scott Pilgram has to defeat his love interest's seven evil-ex boyfriends. I...

    Lovely mix of Hornbyesque Lad lit, Steven Chow style comedy, and Simon & Garfunklesque post adolescent melancholy. Worked nicely as a palate cleanser after the wrist slitter that was Into The Wild. It's funny and imaginitave without being twee, honest without being obvious, and...

  • Alejandro
    Sep 07, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

  • Felicia
    Sep 20, 2008

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

  • Meredith Holley
    Aug 09, 2012

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

  • Manny
    Sep 10, 2010

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

    Everything about Scott Pilgrim is fun. There's a feel to it. It's in the mood. The illustrations give the world this video-game vibe. And the premise seems like something out straight out of a video game. Scott Pilgram has to defeat his love interest's seven evil-ex boyfriends. I...

    Lovely mix of Hornbyesque Lad lit, Steven Chow style comedy, and Simon & Garfunklesque post adolescent melancholy. Worked nicely as a palate cleanser after the wrist slitter that was Into The Wild. It's funny and imaginitave without being twee, honest without being obvious, and...

    (DISTANCE SHOT. MANNY is typing on his laptop) MANNY: (typing) It's EXACTLY the same as the first half of the movie Scott Pilgrim Versus The World. Just uncannily like. Except that it isn't as well-drawn or funny. (NEW ANGLE. More typing) MANNY: (typing) To be honest, I feel ...

  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell
    Dec 19, 2017

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

  • Jeannette Nikolova
    Jan 06, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

  • Brendon Schrodinger
    Jul 15, 2013

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

  • Sam Quixote
    Aug 06, 2012

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

  • Mehsi
    Dec 28, 2014

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

  • Zoë
    Jul 20, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

  • Maureen
    Jul 17, 2015

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

  • Law Rence
    Apr 20, 2013

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

    Everything about Scott Pilgrim is fun. There's a feel to it. It's in the mood. The illustrations give the world this video-game vibe. And the premise seems like something out straight out of a video game. Scott Pilgram has to defeat his love interest's seven evil-ex boyfriends. I...

    Lovely mix of Hornbyesque Lad lit, Steven Chow style comedy, and Simon & Garfunklesque post adolescent melancholy. Worked nicely as a palate cleanser after the wrist slitter that was Into The Wild. It's funny and imaginitave without being twee, honest without being obvious, and...

    (DISTANCE SHOT. MANNY is typing on his laptop) MANNY: (typing) It's EXACTLY the same as the first half of the movie Scott Pilgrim Versus The World. Just uncannily like. Except that it isn't as well-drawn or funny. (NEW ANGLE. More typing) MANNY: (typing) To be honest, I feel ...

    A good start. I actually thought I might find this comic bit boring since I already watched the movie but both writing and art style are different enough to make comic completely different experience. Which one is better?I am not sure yet.I will make my judgement when when I finish ser...

    Scott Pilgrim is a light manga-style comic about the eponymous 23 year old slacker musician who is dating a 17yo high school student Knife and meets another new girl, Ramona Flowers. The story takes place in Toronto and this is the first of 6 books in the series. I liked the rapid fire...

    Great fun, I had seen the movie first, so I already knew where this was going. Still, the plot and execution are... unique, to say the least. I'm not completely sold on the story, but I want to read the next volume. ...

    This is so much better than the movie! The fact that the movie contained pretty much THE WHOLE FREAKING SCOTT PILGRIM SERIES CRAMMED INTO ONE ..I really enjoyed reading this. The transition in this book is very very very entertaining especially Scott's humor. I just love Wal...

  • Lola  Reviewer
    Apr 29, 2017

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

  • Calista
    Apr 10, 2018

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

  • Will M.
    Jun 08, 2015

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

  • Brian Yahn
    Jan 18, 2018

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

    Everything about Scott Pilgrim is fun. There's a feel to it. It's in the mood. The illustrations give the world this video-game vibe. And the premise seems like something out straight out of a video game. Scott Pilgram has to defeat his love interest's seven evil-ex boyfriends. I...

  • Nat
    Jun 05, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

  • Jim
    Jan 04, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

  • Donovan
    May 30, 2018

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

  • Ivan
    Jul 11, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

    Everything about Scott Pilgrim is fun. There's a feel to it. It's in the mood. The illustrations give the world this video-game vibe. And the premise seems like something out straight out of a video game. Scott Pilgram has to defeat his love interest's seven evil-ex boyfriends. I...

    Lovely mix of Hornbyesque Lad lit, Steven Chow style comedy, and Simon & Garfunklesque post adolescent melancholy. Worked nicely as a palate cleanser after the wrist slitter that was Into The Wild. It's funny and imaginitave without being twee, honest without being obvious, and...

    (DISTANCE SHOT. MANNY is typing on his laptop) MANNY: (typing) It's EXACTLY the same as the first half of the movie Scott Pilgrim Versus The World. Just uncannily like. Except that it isn't as well-drawn or funny. (NEW ANGLE. More typing) MANNY: (typing) To be honest, I feel ...

    A good start. I actually thought I might find this comic bit boring since I already watched the movie but both writing and art style are different enough to make comic completely different experience. Which one is better?I am not sure yet.I will make my judgement when when I finish ser...

  • Michael Finocchiaro
    Nov 15, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

    Everything about Scott Pilgrim is fun. There's a feel to it. It's in the mood. The illustrations give the world this video-game vibe. And the premise seems like something out straight out of a video game. Scott Pilgram has to defeat his love interest's seven evil-ex boyfriends. I...

    Lovely mix of Hornbyesque Lad lit, Steven Chow style comedy, and Simon & Garfunklesque post adolescent melancholy. Worked nicely as a palate cleanser after the wrist slitter that was Into The Wild. It's funny and imaginitave without being twee, honest without being obvious, and...

    (DISTANCE SHOT. MANNY is typing on his laptop) MANNY: (typing) It's EXACTLY the same as the first half of the movie Scott Pilgrim Versus The World. Just uncannily like. Except that it isn't as well-drawn or funny. (NEW ANGLE. More typing) MANNY: (typing) To be honest, I feel ...

    A good start. I actually thought I might find this comic bit boring since I already watched the movie but both writing and art style are different enough to make comic completely different experience. Which one is better?I am not sure yet.I will make my judgement when when I finish ser...

    Scott Pilgrim is a light manga-style comic about the eponymous 23 year old slacker musician who is dating a 17yo high school student Knife and meets another new girl, Ramona Flowers. The story takes place in Toronto and this is the first of 6 books in the series. I liked the rapid fire...

  • Vladimir Ćeha
    Jul 03, 2017

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

    Before I begin I just like to say was no doubt and hesitation that this is probably one of the best comic books ever! Why is this book so good? Its fun, it's funny, it's clever and it leaves you wanting more. If you love relationship books you will love this book, if you love books ...

    Wow Scott is a real dick. Having a girlfriend and then going for another girl? Seriously? I hate that kind of attitude in books/manga/graphic novels so this is -2 stars for that. -1 star for the slightly boring story. I have been meaning to read this book/comic for some time, lots o...

    I can't believe it's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim was published and at least five since I discovered Bryan Lee O'Malley's truly original concept. I've started rereading this series earlier today and it was just as fresh as I discovered. Scott Pilgrim was this shallow guy dati...

    Everything about Scott Pilgrim is fun. There's a feel to it. It's in the mood. The illustrations give the world this video-game vibe. And the premise seems like something out straight out of a video game. Scott Pilgram has to defeat his love interest's seven evil-ex boyfriends. I...

    Lovely mix of Hornbyesque Lad lit, Steven Chow style comedy, and Simon & Garfunklesque post adolescent melancholy. Worked nicely as a palate cleanser after the wrist slitter that was Into The Wild. It's funny and imaginitave without being twee, honest without being obvious, and...

    (DISTANCE SHOT. MANNY is typing on his laptop) MANNY: (typing) It's EXACTLY the same as the first half of the movie Scott Pilgrim Versus The World. Just uncannily like. Except that it isn't as well-drawn or funny. (NEW ANGLE. More typing) MANNY: (typing) To be honest, I feel ...

    A good start. I actually thought I might find this comic bit boring since I already watched the movie but both writing and art style are different enough to make comic completely different experience. Which one is better?I am not sure yet.I will make my judgement when when I finish ser...

    Scott Pilgrim is a light manga-style comic about the eponymous 23 year old slacker musician who is dating a 17yo high school student Knife and meets another new girl, Ramona Flowers. The story takes place in Toronto and this is the first of 6 books in the series. I liked the rapid fire...

    Great fun, I had seen the movie first, so I already knew where this was going. Still, the plot and execution are... unique, to say the least. I'm not completely sold on the story, but I want to read the next volume. ...

  • Maine Caulfield
    Dec 27, 2017

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

  • Lauren
    Nov 24, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest The movie adaptation of this comic book series came out during my second year of college. I went to go see it with friends and we were totally blown away because everything was so "scene" that it literally hurt, and also a...

    Twentysomethings in an entertaining dance of romance, awkwardness, hyper self-deprecation, and quirky humor, with light elements of comic super heroism. Glad I finally got around to this. ...

    Read on the WondrousBooks blog. I watched the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie years ago and it was real love. For a while it topped the ?Jeannette?s Favourite Movies? list. (Even as I?m writing this, I have a strong urge to re-watch it.) Therefore, it?s probably com...

    You know how sometimes writers want to please everyone? So they end up creating something like a genre-salad and its usually bad. Here we have the same thing but it works, it works so freaking well. First of all the art is a combination of manga and classic comics style. Now to the sto...

    Okay. So. Here?s the problem I have with this comic: I have seen it?s movie counterpart nearly 100 times. I can quote it word for word, and I loved it because it was cool to see a comic like movie. With that being said, I think it may have ruined any potential enjoyment I woul...

    This is a black and white graphic novel about a self-absorbed 23 year old boy. There is a scene at the end where Scott has a big fight with an ex-boyfriend of his current crush that is epic. The series is set up to be Scott having to fight 7 evil ex-boyfriends for the hand of Ramona. ...

    Well that was different! Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is a funny graphic novel to review, not because it was laugh out loud funny but because it was a bit 'meh'. I have had time to reflect upon it, and having originally awarded it 4 stars, I have downgraded it to 3. Ther...

  • Carlos De Eguiluz
    Nov 27, 2016

    4.5/5 I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I've wanted to start the graphic novels. I'm so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn't disappoint! I liked it even more than the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so diff...

    Game on! This is the first book (in a series of six) of ?Scott Pilgrim? saga. Creative Team: Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O?Malley AM I DREAMING? Um? am I dreaming? -- -- I?ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first cont...

    DNF at page 54. (This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life.) I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable. And the same happened while reading the graphic novel. I wanted to read ...

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS. The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much. I've seen the movie so I had a little more to go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybe more than the movie? ...

    What a weird comic. I couldn't stop reading. Scott is quirky and endearing. The humour is great. I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable. Art could have been better. ...

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude bec...

    Scott Pilgrim is so how I see the world. I?m sure it?s because of the years of doing almost nothing but playing Mario Bros in my childhood, but the levels and energy bars and coins, etc. as applied to mundane life things are so perfect to me. Also, the characters. Oh, the character...

    ?Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!? - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time. I?ve read Bryan Lee O?Malley?s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the com...

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim? I just don't care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps (the zzzzzzzz kind) with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl. How is this guy attractive to women at all? B...

    This wasn't so bad, but that cover sucks. I'm not that fond of reading contemporary novels, and it's no different with graphic novels. This had a simple plot, and nothing made it amazing for me. The artwork was decent, but I've seen way better. People have been recommending this eve...

    Buying all of them, what can I say?! ...

    After the slow trudge through Shelley's 'The Last Man', I decided to switch to some lighter fare. It's about time I got back to my comic book to-read pile, anyways. So I pulled out Scott Pilgrim. I've heard a lot about the book in comic book circles, and it's been overwhelmingly pos...

    4.5 Estrellas. Divertida y extrañamente graciosa. Una perfecta novela gráfica con personajes bien definidos que sabe darle su debida importancia a cada uno de los mismos. Debo aceptar que me mostraba un tanto escéptico sobre leer ahora, o seguir posponiendo la historia, pero m...