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Scott Pilgrim & the Infinite Sadness Paperback – May 24, 2006
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Scott Pilgrim, for those of you who aren't caught up, is a 23-year-old slacker who lives in a small Canadian town around Toronto. He is in a bad band named Sex Bob-Omb along with the completely cool (so cool he has no emotions) Stephen Stills and the angry Kim Pine (whom he dated in high school). After breaking up with a 17-year-old high school girl named Knives Chau, Scott began dating Ramona Flowers, an American now living in Canada and working as an Amazon.ca delivery girl. However, before Scott can officially date Ramona, he must defeat her seven evil ex-boyfriends. He has already taken out 2, but the next on the list, Todd Ingram, may prove to be more than Scott can handle.
Picking up pretty much exactly where the second volume, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, left off, Scott and Ramona have just learned that Todd is dating Natalie V. "Envy" Adams, Scott's girlfriend before Knives who ripped his heart out. Through flashbacks, we learn how Envy met Scott as a shy anime fan and eventually turned into a rock goddess. If that weren't bad enough, Todd is a vegan, and in Scott's world, vegans attain vast psychic powers that make him a much more formidable opponent than Matthew Patel and Lucas Lee.
As usual, the battles don't take up the whole book; most of the pages are devoted to hilarious character studies.Read more ›
This lead me to pick up the colored version. And it was not a mistake, all of the coloring is beautifully done, and at this point I wouldn't take the art any other way. The story in the comic differs from the story in the movie, so it doesn't feel like I'm reading something I already know. It give's a much more in-depth look into the characters lives.
The binding and the hard cover feel expensive and very durable. Onipress did a fantastic job securing Scott Pilgrim a place on my book shelve for years to come.
The third book does not disappoint. If you are bored and need a good read that will not make you feel stupid and roll your eyes like most comics and manga today. Go pick up a copy of these books!
That is to say, it's Toronto, but some magical, videogame-like qualities exist. These characters exist mostly in the real world but at the same time, it has some decidedly offbeat properties. Scott is an innocent, a supercool, eminently likable cipher who happens to be almost irresistibly endearing.
As the series begins, 23-year-old Scott has just started dating Knives Chau, a 17-year-old high school student. It's all very innocent; they haven't even kissed, just hugged. Scott is recovering from a devastating breakup a year ago and views Knives as a way to move on without getting his heart too involved. His friends and sister waste no time ripping into Scott for this robbing-the-cradle transgression, but Scott sticks with it, even after meeting Ramona Flowers. Ramona is the girl of Scott's dreams, literally. He keeps seeing her in visions, so when he sees her at a party, come to life in strange garb, he makes his move.Read more ›
& i know there's that whole divided scene about actual books versus e-books, i have to say tho it looks amazing! on my kindle fire and it makes it easy to bring them with me (i have a big purse sure but Not that big heh)
Volume Three: Scott Pilgrim & The Infinite Sadness. In 2006, O'Malley released my favorite volume to date. As Scott's ex Envy (a successful rocker) is back, it provides a welcome romantic foil for Ramona. Their break-up was devastating to Scott and much of this chapter's humor is derived by exploiting the toxicity of relationships. But dealing with Envy is only part of the problem when it's discovered that Ramona's third ex is also in Envy's band (and dates her!) The overlapping of various bonds make this a delightfully complicated mess and the Vegan agenda has never been so diabolically wrought. Great, funny stuff!
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I am unable to review this because it would not load on to my kindle. I bought the kindle edition and it said it was unable to upload because of wrong format. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Honest Jane
[copied from my Goodreads review]
This 4* review is a slightly better 4* than Vol 2. The story flowed better overall, but I still am having trouble with certain flashbacks and... Read more
I read Scott Pilgrim in Korean Black/White edition, and this one is way even better to enjoy. The drawing style of the author is better in colored.Published 4 months ago by Chang-Jae Lee
You like the first 2? Then buy this one! What are you waiting for?Published 4 months ago by Paul Sanchez
I am a huge Scott pilgrim so maybe it's just a little bias when I say these hardcover color editions are awesome. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Danny