Scott Pilgrim Gets it Together
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Scott Pilgrim Gets it Together

By (author) Bryan Lee O'Malley

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The fourth Scott Pilgrim volume! It's summertime, but who can relax? Welcome back to Scott Pilgrim's nightmarish little existence. His relationship with Ramona Flowers is sweeter than ever, but he's still got girl troubles, seven evil ex-boyfriends still want to kill him, and worst of all, now she wants him to get a JOB?! Scott Pilgrim, Vol. 4: Now with more kicks, punches, rock & roll, subspace, half-ninjas, experience points, samurai swords, girly action and laughable attempts to seek gainful employment!

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  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 130 x 197 x 16mm | 200g
  • 04 Mar 2010
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • FOURTH ESTATE LTD
  • London
  • English
  • 0007340494
  • 9780007340491
  • 12,198

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Bryan Lee O'Malley is an award-winning Canadian cartoonist. He has been working on a series of graphic novels called Scott Pilgrim. He writes the words and draws the pictures. He occasionally makes music under the name Kupek.

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"Scott Pilgrim is the best book ever. It is the chronicle of our time. With Kung Fu, so, yeah: perfect." Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer "One of the best things to happen to printed comics this millennium." Ain't It Cool News "A hilarious, idiosyncratic gem." Washington Post "A great oddball tale that captures the energy of a generation." Publishers Weekly "An inventive, genre-tweaking tale of young love, platonic bed-sharing and epic battles unlike anything else you will likely pick up. So, go on, pick it up." E! Online "Scott Pilgrim is the best 23-year-old ever. Like Proust's Swann, he has a story that takes multiple volumes to unfold, except Pilgrim is even more awesome because he's in a comic book ... the series is wildly enjoyable for its absurdist humor, its indelible characters and its growing, inevitable sense of melancholy as Pilgrim becomes that most terrifying of things: 24 years old." Glen David Gold, author of Carter Beats the Devil and Sunnyside

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