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Graphic Saturday: Scott Pilgrim Vol .1

Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life (Scott Pilgrim, #1)Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O'Malley
Published: August 2004/ Oni Press
Author Bryan Lee O'Malley
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Look for this: BD

This is my second Graphic Saturday here on Jessy's Bookends.  Every Saturday I'll share about some graphic novel/comic.  Today is Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life turn.

Had the opportunity to read the first volume of the Scott Pilgrim saga. At first the colorful pages and the quirky art caught my attention. As I read on, it got funnier and peculiar. The only problem was that having seen the movie quite some time ago, it became quite hard to follow through with it, as it was a story already known to me. Anyway, I went along for the ride in all it's graphic goodness.

This graphic novel is both unique and entertaining. Definitely read it. If you have seen the movie well it might not hold your interest for long, but it is worth mentioning that the comic is actually the source material for the movie, so please give it a go.

So, have you read this? What graphic novels have you read recently?  It's Graphic Saturday, pick a graphic novel!

Thanks Oni Press for providing this galley for review purposes via Netgalley.  This tittle was reviewed according to its merits.

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  1. Love this graphic novel series! I just finished reading Locke and Key ... now that is a fun spooky graphic novel series!
    Angie

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    1. I look for some info about Locke and Key and would like to read this. Also read about a tv pilot still waiting for an opportunity. What got your attention about Locke and Key in the first place?

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