There’s something heartwarming about seeing your favorite science fiction and fantasy films turned into kids’ books. Morphing brutal, hard-R rated content in happy, funny ways is the trademark of artist Joey Spiotto, who’s about to debut another new series in this vein.
Where can you see Ghostbusters, Batman, Ex Machina, Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Scott Pilgrim, Big Trouble in Little China, and Alien all at the same time? At Craig Drake’s latest show at the Hero Complex Gallery, or right here.
When you think of mash-ups, I bet Chris Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy and Edgar Wright’s kinetic take on Scott Pilgrim vs. The World are not what you’d think of as easy bedfellows. And yet, as this brilliant trailer proves, they’re pretty bloody great together.
If ever there was a girl to fight seven evil exes for, it’s Ramona Flowers. Luckily for you, getting ahold of Mondo’s long-awaited Ramona action figure will only require cash and not combat.
YouTuber The Unusual Suspect (who last month brought us this uncannily perfect Star Wars/GotG mashup) took scenes from Harry Potter and dressed them in the trappings of Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, to seriously fantastic effect.
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.
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?
Tomorrow Scott Pilgrim director Edgar Wright will be stepping in as an io9 guest editor. So now's your chance to ask him anything you want. Write your questions for Edgar Wright in the comments.
Check out our exclusive look at the Scott Pilgrim DVD's behind-the-scenes footage, take a sneak peek at the making-of documentary, and watch Guillermo del Toro quiz director Edgar Wright, Michael Cera and Bryan Lee O'Malley about the movie.
Despite good reviews, Comic-Con buzz, and plenty of pre-release screenings, Scott Pilgrim Versus The World has made only $10.5 million of its $60 million budget thus far. Let's commence the Sunday afternoon quarterbacking.
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.
It looks like the dream of Christoph Waltz playing the Lizard has died a quick, ignominious death. Edgar Wright and company get you up to speed for Scott Pilgrim. All that plus Green Lantern, Fringe, Warehouse 13, Eureka, and Smallville!
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.
Whoever Matthew Vaughn casts as Cyclops in X-Men: First Class, it won't be the star of his last movie. Captain America looks overseas for its 1940s New York. Alan Tudyk is a genius cyber spy...and he plays one in Transformers!
On Thursday August 12, Scott Pilgrim vs. the Animation, a four-minute cartoon flashback of Scott's high school years, will air from 12-12:30 AM on Adult Swim. The animated short recounts Scott forming his band Sex Bob-omb with drummer Kim Pine.
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.
Did an actor just imply he's the Avengers villain? Captain America discusses how his shield and uniform change with his situation. The Let Me In director explains changing cultural context. Plus the first look at Caprica, Priest, and Drive Angry!