Scott Pilgrim is dating a highschooler! And he’s totally 23 (and unemployed)! (Don’t worry, they’ve only held hands.) Just when things feel nice and simple he meets the girl of his dreams, (Literally. She rollerblades through his dreams to deliver packaged for amazon.com), and decides to fall head over heels. Unfortunately, he doesn’t tell his high school girlfriend and even more unfortunately his new girlfriend has Seven Evil Exes that he must defeat to continue dating her. NOW IN COLOR!
Okay, I know I already gave a rave review to the Scott Pilgrim series, so it may seem silly to re-review a book just because it’s in color. Who do I even think I am, Ted Turner!? Well, I understand your skepticism and must admit that I too was skeptical of a Colorized Scott Pilgrim, cynical even. However, the superb job Nathan Fairbarn (the ONLY colorist I’ve yet to praise by name) did on this book really makes it worth a second look even if you have already read the series. I rarely find a series that changes so much with the addition of color as this one. It adds a new depth to the art and the new larger pages are dynamite. Maybe even best of all is the extra content at the back. There’s character design sheets and stories about how O’Malley came up with all the names and designs and ideas in the book! Scott Pilgrim fans simply HAVE to read this and Soon-to-Be-Scott-Pilgrim-Fans should read it too. I think anyone with an even passing interest in comics or manga should give this one a try.
You can check our catalog for Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life: Color Edition here.