Bryan Lee O'Malley's comic Scott Pilgrim was a terrific magic-realist view of early adulthood life in a world saturated with videogames. Now O'Malley has finished a new comic about a restaurant in a "fairy tale version of reality." We have some exclusive panels from Random House.
Bryan Lee O'Malley is the author of the incredible comic book Scott Pilgrim, which became a movie with Michael Cera called Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Now O'Malley has written a fascinating post about what it meant that the world of the comics looked so white in the movie.
Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley teamed up with the illustrious Kevin Tong to create this adorably homicidal promo poster for Battle Royale.
The San Diego Comic-Con is inundated with playthings and doodads you can only find in the hallowed halls of the convention center. Here are twenty of our favorite Comic-Con exclusives to hit the scene next week — the offerings range from the 4-foot-long S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier to perhaps the most ridiculous Star Wars…
On his Flickr account, Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley's posted some of his earliest comics work: a Transformers choose-your-own-adventure from when he was eight-years-old. Can you see echoes of the Katayanagi brothers' robots in these illustrations?
What tales were ensconced between the pages of 2010's best comics? Stories about psychic drugs, lunatic orcs, a lost Norse god, and a certain Toronto boy with relationship troubles.
You asked, and now our guest editor Edgar Wright is answering. Will you ever do TV again? Where did Jason Schwartzman's mole disappear to on the Scott Pilgrim DVD cover? Who's funnier Nick or Simon?
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is a fast, funny, and successful adaptation of the original comics. But more than that, it's a starkly original film that plays on its audience's immersion in the culture of sitcoms, video games, and comics.
With Scott Pilgrim, Bryan Lee O'Malley created a world ruled by video game logic and filled with flaming-swords, superpowered vegans, and evil ex-boyfriends. We asked the movie's cast which parts of the Scott Pilgrim universe they wish were real. Spoilers.
The latest interactive Scott Pilgrim trailer is about as comprehensive as your typical DVD featurette. It's flat-out remarkable, including all the little details Edgar Wright goes into about the characters, filming locations and Scott Pilgrim creator, Bryan Lee O'Malley's "changes."
Reviewing Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour is difficult given that the SP sextology's one of most "either-you-get-it-or-you-don't" series I've encountered. Which is a pity, as it's a pop gem and Scott's such an intriguingly crappy protagonist.
Even after six books and an upcoming feature film, there's still a lot we don't know about Scott Pilgrim's mysterious lady love Ramona Flowers. Fortunately, actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead helped us shed some light on Ramona's shadowy past.
This intrepid fan has photographed locations in Toronto and juxtaposed these places next to their doodled counterparts in Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim series. This photoseries, entitled "Scott Pilgrimage," hits up such landmarks as Dundas Square and Honest Ed's. Neat.
Now that Scott Pilgrim has released its awesome trailer the internet is full of epic frame-to-comic-panel comparisons. This video breakdown is by far the best we've seen. Check out the breakdown of each evil ex-boyfriend.
Could Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World movie really live up to the snarky loveliness and crazy action of Bryan Lee O'Malley's comic? Judging from the first teaser trailer... why, yes!
It's been the decade where comic culture took over pop culture, and superheroes became movie stars. But what are some of our picks for the best comics from the last ten years? We're glad you - okay, we - asked.
To those who say Scott Pilgrim isn't science fiction, we say: Robotic arms, power-ups, subspace doorways and seriously, just stop talking already. Bryan Lee O'Malley's series about someone fighting (seven evil ex-boyfriends) for true love and the growing up that brings with it has proven itself to be an…
Partying is hard if you're Michael Cera, star of the upcoming Scott Pilgrim movie. Of course, it's made even moreso by fake beer and having to shoot in a fraternity house, as the new video diary demonstrates. Also, photos.