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Scott Pilgrim Color Volume 2: Vs. The World [Kindle Edition]

Bryan Lee O'Malley
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Scott Pilgrim has two girls on the go. When he's with Knives Chau, he feels he can erase the past and start over. When he's with Ramona Flowers, he's ready to accept all that and grow up. But Ramona comes with baggage--SEVEN EVIL EX-BOYFRIENDS, each eager to challenge Scott for the right to date her. What happens when Knives and Ramona meet? Which girl will he choose? And why, oh why, can't the past stay past? The SCOTT PILGRIM epic continues in this series of new full color, remastered editions!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 79599 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Oni Press (8 Nov. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AQ5W8J0
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Scott Pilgrim. Rating: Awesome! 6 July 2005
Format:Paperback
Ever pondered the deeper meaning of life, why we're here and what your place in the world is? Well now... you can keep on pondering. Everybody does. You'll get over it. But until then, one sure-fire way to take your mind off the existential malaise is to read Scott Pilgrim. Bryan Lee O'Malley's Toronto exists somewhere between Dragonball Z, the Mushroom Kingdom and Spaced, a wonderfully bizarre amalgam of real life, nostalgia and sheer lunacy. It's packed with references to pop culture, old and new, but its sheer energy and enthusiasm is so joyful and inclusive that it doesn't matter whether you get them all or not. I know I don't, but this is the kind of book that makes me want to go and seek them out enjoy the story all over again.
Volume 2 picks up pretty much straight after the genius "Precious Little Life", and while I'd recommend the first volume both purely on its own excellent merits and as part of the ongoing story, I'm not even sure you'd need to have read it to be swept up by this. Scott's obsessive high-schooler Knives Chau lives up to her name in a hilarious, art-vandalising face-off with Ramona Flowers, Scott faces the second of Ramona's seven evil ex-boyfriends - a sell-out actor who he keeps confusing with Luke Wilson - and his band get the opportunity to move into the big league. The mysteries from Volume 1 - what the hell keeps happening to Ramona's head?! - deepen, while new facets of Scott's life - particularly his own past relationships - are revealed.
The art is fantastic, every page intriguing, and the story is a runaway train of sheer inventiveness. However - and here it reminds me of another brilliant graphic novel series, Jeff Smith's 'Bone' - none of the wackiness or joyful lunacy ever obscures the heart this comic has, which beats on every page.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars scott pilgrim volume two 8 Dec. 2009
By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Paperback
second in a series of five graphic novels chronicling the messed up life of scott pilgrim. a twenty three year old man in between jobs, living in a one room apartment, and torn between two girls. And to be the one he prefers he will have to do battle with all her ex boyfriends.

In addition to all the other more normal life and love complications he faces.

You may be able to get into this without having read volume one, but it's probably better to start there. That was drawn in an interesting semi manga art style with lots of clever little asides and notes and moment of fourh wall breaking. That was good. But this is great, as it somehow packs even more in than before. There are so many clever little details and some of them make you laugh out loud.

The story develops nicely as well, all the supporting cast managing to get more to do and a greater depth. Some of them do look a bit alike and I had trouble telling lisa from kim at points, but thats a minor complaint

There's still three volumes for me to read and a forthcoming movie version to see. I look forward to all of it
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5.0 out of 5 stars Scott Pilgrim. Rating: Awesome! 6 July 2005
Format:Paperback
Ever pondered the deeper meaning of life, why we're here and what your place in the world is? Well now... you can keep on pondering. Everybody does. You'll get over it. But until then, one sure-fire way to take your mind off the existential malaise is to read Scott Pilgrim. Bryan Lee O'Malley's Toronto exists somewhere between Dragonball Z, the Mushroom Kingdom and Spaced, a wonderfully bizarre amalgam of real life, nostalgia and sheer lunacy. It's packed with references to pop culture, old and new, but its sheer energy and enthusiasm is so joyful and inclusive that it doesn't matter whether you get them all or not. I know I don't, but this is the kind of book that makes me want to go and seek them out enjoy the story all over again.
Volume 2 picks up pretty much straight after the genius "Precious Little Life", and while I'd recommend the first volume both purely on its own excellent merits and as part of the ongoing story, I'm not even sure you'd need to have read it to be swept up by this. Scott's obsessive high-schooler Knives Chau lives up to her name in a hilarious, art-vandalising face-off with Ramona Flowers, Scott faces the second of Ramona's seven evil ex-boyfriends - a sell-out actor who he keeps confusing with Luke Wilson - and his band get the opportunity to move into the big league. The mysteries from Volume 1 - what the hell keeps happening to Ramona's head?! - deepen, while new facets of Scott's life - particularly his own past relationships - are revealed.
The art is fantastic, every page intriguing, and the story is a runaway train of sheer inventiveness. However - and here it reminds me of another brilliant graphic novel series, Jeff Smith's 'Bone' - none of the wackiness or joyful lunacy ever obscures the heart this comic has, which beats on every page.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Keeps the Momentum From Volume 1 19 May 2015
Format:Hardcover
There are a lot of Scottoholics out there, and the praise for the Scott Pilgrim books is lavish. That's fine, because it is well deserved. My question as I started this Volume 2 was whether Bryan O'Malley could keep the story and the characters rolling forward, or would just start circling around with nowhere new to go. Well, the answer is that, now that we've become comfortable with the basic cast of characters, O'Malley has the opportunity to develop some hitherto secondary characters, to expand on the main protagonists, to start up new sub-plots and storylines, to flesh out some characters' backgrounds, and to just generally continue to develop and expand the Pilgrim universe, (although it never leaves Canada, which is great by me).

And as a bonus it isn't all-Scott-all-the-time. Knives actually has a lot more to do here than in Volume 1. Ramona gets a lot more ink. We really do start to get more of an ensemble, with Scott at the center, but not taking up all of the space. I applaud that.

This volume includes notes and concept drawings and the like, and while they are not as complete or interesting as in Volume 1, they are certainly a nice bonus.

So, if you were hesitant about whether the Scott Pilgrim story had anywhere left to go, the answer so far seems to be a resounding yes. Excellent.

Please note that I received a free ecopy of this book in exchange for a candid review.
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