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Book Title: Scott Pilgrim contra el universo|
The author of the book: Bryan Lee O'Malley
Edition: Random House Mondadori
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Date of issue: 2011
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This is the fifth book (in a series of six) of “Scott Pilgrim” saga.
Creator, writer and illustrator: Bryan Lee O’Malley
PILGRIM’S PATH GOT A GLOW
I don’t care who you are, or where you’re from. Or… what you did. As long as you love me.
I’ve done bad things
We both have. Everyone has!
Scott Pilgrim is now 24 years old (with Birthday party, cake and stuff), and Ramona Flowers revealed in the previous book that she’s 24 years old, so now they both are of the same age…
…of course, 24 years old in a woman is something TOTALLY different than 24 years old in a man, and Scott is a very, very, VERY good example of that discrepancy in mental maturity between genres.
Ramona’s head is starting to glow in moments of stress…
…you’d read right…
This situation is like in Harry Potter’s when they explained that it’s not a good sign to speak serpents’ language, even in a world full of magic users. Here, even in a looney world like Scott Pilgrim’s is quite odd to find that the head of a woman begins to glow.
Fighting robots, common. Glowing heads, uncommon.
And this is definitely NOT good for Scott’s love life!
Since the Glow seems to make people quite bitchy!
About the good ol’ Sex Bob-Omb’s band, resulted that the three-months process of recording its first album (of only seventeen minutes long!) ruined the really small not-sucky dexterity of its members about playing as a group. It’s not a loss for humanity like when The Beatles broke up, but still is kinda of sad, watching the path that it’s taking our merry indie Canadian band.
THE LEAGUE: FIFTH & SIXTH ROUND – DOUBLE CHALLENGE
So I guess you’ve dated some real jerks, eh?
Yeah, but who hasn’t?.
Kyle & Ken Katayanagi, twins (but one colored blonde his hair and each wears different outfit (in real life I can understand (the search of your own identity and all that stuff) but in a graphic story… who shows twins (of the same genre) that they don’t like identical?! That’s the whole fun of using twins in a story!), Japanese, martial artists (Japanese, duh!), award-winning roboticists, handsome jerks, perfect asshats, and they like to be properly introduced, and BOTH…
…are Ramona’s Evil Ex-Boyfriends!
In the movie version (yeeees, it was after of this, but pleeeease, woooork with me!), Ramona commented that she never was dumped. I guess that’s part of her aura making understandable (in the wacky logic of Scott Pilgrim’s world) why her ex-boyfriends ended so obssessed about her. However, in this book, Ramona mentioned in a very casual way that some Doug indeed dumped her. Maybe isn’t relevant for you, but for me, it’s like finding a teeny weeny stain in that masterpiece paint. Who was so moron for dumping Ramona Flowers?! Well, she added that this Doug was kind of a dick, though (so that explains it!).
The book story still goes incognita (for those (like me) that watched the movie before) and the battles (plural (there are many plurals in this book!)) of Scott against the Japanese twins are totally different from what you’ve seen in the film. However, I am saying this as something bad, just establishing that the battles are different. What is kinda bummer is that almost all battles (but the final one), are constantly got out of “screen” and while what you get is also interesting and relevant, well, the battles against of the evil ex-boyfriends is one of the major issues in the general story so not being able to witness them, left you with some feeling of uncertainity.
Another thing that I didn't like in this fifth volume, it was that there were some "mysterious" characters, those that they are mentioned, but you never get to see them, that's always something cool; Lawrence (Scott's brother) and Mobile (Wallace's boyfriend) were quite mentioned but never on "screen", but hey whadda you know? They are put in "screen"! Geez! Okay, it was funny that Scott thought that they were Gideon (and a potential cool twist, but not true), so if they won't do anything vital in the story, why show them? They were cooler as not-seen characters.
The update on my hunch (see reviews of books 3 & 4)…
…is that there isn’t any update to tell!
But I am not giving up, there’s still a final volume and anything can happen there!
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Read information about the authorBryan Lee O'Malley is a Canadian cartoonist. His first original graphic novel was Lost at Sea (2003), and he is best-known for the six-volume Scott Pilgrim series (2004 to 2010). All of his Scott Pilgrim graphic novels were published by Portland, Oregon-based Oni Press. In July 2014 his graphic novel Seconds was released by Ballantine Books. He is also a songwriter and musician (as Kupek and formerly in several short-lived Toronto bands).
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