Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life –

Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life Scott Pilgrim s life is totally sweet He syears old, he s in a rockband, he s between jobs and he s dating a cute high school girl Nothing could possibly go wrong, unless a seriously mind blowing, dangerously fashionable, rollerblading delivery girl named Ramona Flowers starts cruising through his dreams and sailing by him at parties Will Scott s awesome life get turned upside down Will he have to face Ramona s seven evil ex boyfriends in battle The short answer is yes The long answer is Scott Pilgrim, VolumeScott Pilgrim s Precious Little Life

10 thoughts on “Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life

  1. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    I knew this was going to be one that I loved SO MUCH FUN I NEED THE REST OF THE SERIES I feel like this series is just going to be the perfect MOOD BOOSTER for me Feeling down SCOTT PILGRIM WILL LIFT YOU UP.

  2. Ariel Ariel says:

    Oh man this is fantastic How had I not read it before I rewatched the movie last night for like the 10th time and reading it made me want to just have it on all the time It s such a great VIBE I m going to have to read the rest of the series for sure

  3. Zoë Zoë says:

    4.5 5I saw the movie adaptation a couple of years ago and, ever since then, I ve wanted to start the graphic novels I m so happy that I finally did, because this definitely didn t disappoint I liked it eventhan the movie because the art is used in such a clever way, so different than any other graphic novel I ve read before I ve only read Maus and Fun Home, but those were for school The humor was great as well and I already ordered the next volume

  4. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    Game on This is the first book in a series of six of Scott Pilgrim saga.Creative Team Creator, writer and illustrator Bryan Lee O Malley AM I DREAMING Um am I dreaming I ll leave you alone forever now. Thanks. My first contact with Scott Pilgrim s world was through the movie adaptation, that I wouldn t watch at least not so soon as I did if Mary Elizabeth Winstead which I love wouldn t be in the cast And I would lost a lot Since that movie rules So biz

  5. Nat Nat says:

    DNF at page 54 This was exactly what I was feeling while reading Scott Pilgrim s Precious Little Life I actually tried watching the movie a while back, but it made me really, really uncomfortable And the same happened while reading the graphic novel I wanted to read it because I really liked Seconds, but I guess I somehow forgot that the movie was based off of a graphic novel And I hadn t made the connection between the two until I started reading and feel

  6. Maureen Maureen says:

    I FREAKING LOVED THIS.The art was used SO cleverly which my graphic design mind loved and is probably one of the reasons I liked it so much.I ve seen the movie so I had a littleto go off of when reading this, but I was surprised to find I loved it maybethan the movie It s so quirky and wonderful and just so much good stuff wrapped into one thing SO GOOD.

  7. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    What a weird comic I couldn t stop reading Scott is quirky and endearing The humour is great I heard bad things about the movie, but the book is perfectly enjoyable Art could have been better.

  8. Traci Haley Traci Haley says:

    I debated what to rate this graphic novel On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that s the level of his maturity emotional intelligence Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude because it makes her look cool The only redeeming character was Wallace, the gay roommate On the other hand, once introductions got over, during the last scene of the book the concert and Scot

  9. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time I ve read Bryan Lee O Malley s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the extremely faithful Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re read it this time in colour , and the comic still blows me away with its quality Reading the same story the third time around and it s not boring in the least It even somehow feels fresh despite having been published in 2004 On paper the story seems like

  10. B Schrodinger B Schrodinger says:

    Am I too old to like Scott Pilgrim I just don t care for a main character who is in his twenties, has no job, sleeps the zzzzzzzz kind with his roomate, dates a high school girl and cheats on her with a kinda cool delivery girl.How is this guy attractive to women at all Back in my dayThis graphic novel made me feel old.Scott Pilgrim is a bit of a dick and it is hard to cheer for him when he is fighting his girlfriends ex boyfriends I think the only way the author manages to m

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