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We posted one humorous example of Colombian artist Alejandra Gamgeek’s work earlier this week but its worth the time to check out more her art in her deviantART gallery.

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Mighty Fine is offering a Scott Pilgrim vs. the World fightin’ old school 8-bit t-shirt which you can customize to choose the two players you’d like to see fight. They are a tad pricey at $25 (plus shipping) a pop, but also pretty cool, I must say. Fans of M.O.D.O.K. can also get the Marvel villain customized in a similar manner.

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Wallpaper Wednesday

by Cap'n Carrot on November 10, 2010 · 0 comments

in Miscellany

It’s Wallpaper Wednesday again! Seeing how three of us left the office to go buy Scott Pilgrim vs. the World on blu-ray during lunch yesterday it seemed like a good theme for the day. You’ll find three more after the jump.

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Based on the comic series of the same name young Canadian slacker Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) meets the girl of his dreams (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) only to learn he must face-off against, and defeat, all seven of her evil ex’s (Jason SchwartzmanChris Evans, Brandon RouthSatya Bhabha, Mae Whitman, Keita Saitou, Shota Saito). Director Edgar Wright‘s take on the comic is an awful lot of fun and holds up well to multiple viewings. For more check out my original review of the film.

The Blu-ray version of the movie is loaded with extras including multiple audio commentary tracks, featurettes on the making of the film as well as its look and sound, alternative footage, deleted scenes (with director commentary), bloopers, along with standard BD Live extras, a copy of the film on DVD, and the ability to stream either Pitch Black or Tremors for free.

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You have to discover that for yourself in this funny, if a bit rough, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World / The Matrix mashup.

SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE MATRIX

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What’s 8in tall, cute as a button, and full of awesome? The two-piece Scott Pilgrim set comes with Scott and Ramona (sorry, no evil exes) and will run you $25 for the pair.

[via Entertainment Earth]

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Bryan Lee O’Malley’s graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim relies heavily on video game style and super-hero fantasies built over an emotional story between a slacker Canadian and, quite literally, the girl of his dreams.

Eric and our own alphamonkey have a few words of their own to say on the subject of the new film from director Edgar Wright, so I thought I’d take things to another level putting the film to the test in the form of an old school video game review.

The Hero – You’re Scott Pilgrim, a 23 year-old unemployed Canadian bass guitarist with awesome fighting skills (who looks remarkably like Michael Cera). Aside from his mastery of various video-game fighting styles he is seriously lacking in the skills department. He plays bass guitar (badly) for his band Sex Bob-omb (who also kinda stink). He has the emotional core of a 14 year-old, is incredibly lazy, self-centered to the point of being completely unaware of how his actions effect others, and will often choose the easiest path when presented with any obstacle.

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alphamonkey and Scene-Stealers’ Eric Melin break in to a local comic shop to review Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, starring Michael Cera and directed by Edgar Wright. Will the visual inventiveness and stylistic trappings of a movie within a video game kill Scott Pilgrim or does the film succeed as a metaphor for an entire generation? Watch, and find out for yourself.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Movie Review

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All I have to say is theMrblonde2010, you are the man (and a huge thanks to Geek Speak for finding this). Check out this recreation of the trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World cut together using panels from the original graphic novels. Very cool. You’ll find the original after the jump for comparison.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Trailer – Graphic Novel Recreation

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