Updated on 16 October, 2021
Scott Pilgrim Comic is a comic series of comic books written and drawn by Canadian author and comic artist Bryan Lee O'Brien. The series is centered on young Scott Pilgrim, who is a part-time graphic novelist and full-time bass player in a band called the Wingerz. As the comic progresses, you learn more about the back story of the lead character and how he came to be the way that he is. O'Brien also created the alter ego of the character, Scott Pilgrim, which is Scott Briel.
The Scott Pilgrim Comic series has been a critical success for the publisher DC Entertainment as well as its publisher, Random House. The comic books have been on the market since 2021. However, there are many specific elements within the comic book that requires citation needed for a student to understand the entirety of the comic.
The first part of the Scott Pilgrim Comic series is the graphic novel, Scott Pilgrim Versus the Volcano Demon. This was the second published Scott Pilgrim comic book and was released in January of 2021. In this comic, Scott is asked to investigate the murder of his high school girlfriend's ex-boyfriend, played by Greg Rahl. Within the investigation, he discovers that the killer had hired a pair of devil spawn to do the crime. The first part of the storyline exposed the devil spawn and exposed Scott's involvement in his girlfriend's death.
The next part of the graphic novel series, Scott Pilgrim Vs. the seven evil ex-cons is called Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Alienator. This second release of the Scott Pilgrim comic was also released in January of 2021 and was released just a couple weeks prior to the release of the second film of the movie series, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World's Greatest Dad.
A Scott Pilgrim coloring page was also released as a part of the celebration of the movie's release. This was part of the "Darth Vader" coloring page set which was sold separately along with a free comic book day download. The coloring page contained art from the movie as well as other fan art and designs.
Several other free comic book day downloads have also been released in preparation for the movie. Two weeks before the release of the second Scott Pilgrim movie, an issue of South Park was released in which all the South Park kids had to write a fictional story in response to a question from the show's director. One such letter included a question about whether or not Scott Pilgrim would kill Stan or Chef if given a chance.
Two weeks after that issue of South Park came out, the movie came out. Since then fans of both the series and the characters of Scott Pilgrim have been enjoying all sorts of new content. They can read more stories written by Eric Larson, they can look at new covers and solicit information about new movies which are in the works, they can go back and look at some of the old South Park episodes, and they can even go back to the very first issues which introduced so many fans to this colorful hero.
As you might imagine, there's a lot of information to take in. When you're looking over all the available information you may start to wonder why it is that Scott Pilgrim is so popular. The answer to that question is simple. People love watching the adventures of Scott Pilgrim. It's one of those rare comic book stories where the storyline makes sense and the characters make the most of their time in the spotlight. That's what makes Scott Pilgrim's comic books so much fun: the witty dialogue, the amazing visuals, and the great storylines.