Final Scott Pilgrim volume: every bit as funny, but with a bunch of good emotional stuff and a satisfying wrapup

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15 Responses to “Final Scott Pilgrim volume: every bit as funny, but with a bunch of good emotional stuff and a satisfying wrapup”

  1. Avram / Moderator says:

    And if, like me, you’ve been reading these one at a time as they’ve come out over the past six years, give the earlier books a re-read before starting book 6. I had forgotten a whole bunch of stuff from books 3 and 4, and I’m glad I refreshed my memory.

    Of course, if you’re like me, you started re-reading in anticipation of the new book, and then went out and picked up a copy at midnight on Monday, and have already finished it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I wonder how inspired by FLCL he was.

  3. Anonymous says:

    uuum….

    Scrote Pilgrim?

    That sword looks like a scrotum.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone else agree that the positioning of that sword pommel makes it look like his testicles are hanging out?

  5. Anonymous says:

    One thing I got from Volume 6 was that Scott’s friends are all self-centered dicks.

  6. maxoid says:

    The sword-balls thing is totally intentional, guys. Completely there on purpose. Just saying.

    And yes, it was all the excellentness that i’d anticipated.

  7. Znaps says:

    It says a lot about me that I can’t see the words “I will punish you!” without thinking “In the name of the moon!”

    Pseudo-demi-spoilers?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Suggestive cover is suggestive.

  9. jacord says:

    Did he replace the pommel with a set of Truck Nutz?

  10. robbiemacg says:

    Totally satisfying!
    SP6 nicely caps the series. A sweet, nerdy, bildungsroman.

  11. jfrancis says:

    I like those color combinations

  12. lolbrandon says:

    Mine’s in the mail from Amazon (kinda fitting considering the whole delivery girl subplot). I’m really looking forward to it!

  13. Chuk says:

    I agree, great wrap-up. Loved some of the new art bits, too.

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