Scott Pilgrim 6 Volume Boxed Set [With Poster] (Inglês) Capa Comum – 22 nov 2010
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|3x sem juros||R$ 56,70||R$ 170,10|
|4x sem juros||R$ 42,54||R$ 170,10|
|5x sem juros||R$ 34,02||R$ 170,10|
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A quick word on the differences from book to movie. The movie did a good job husking all the best funny moments from the book and condensing them all in a much tighter movie. The book takes place over a much longer period of time which gives the characters time to develop and does a much better job showing why the relationship is worth fighting for.
If you haven't seen the movie I would do that first. Its not a matter of one being better than the other. I just think that if you read the graphic novels fist there's a lot missing from the movie and it may be less enjoyable. If you go movie first you get the fun romp version of it, then can go to the books for the expanded story.
My first impression of Scott was rather negative: a rather strange 23 year old that had virtually no future, his only occupation being that he's in a band (which kind of sucks). To my surprise, he started to grow on me, his complete social ineptitude becoming hilarious. The people surrounding him are just as good, their various relationships with Scott providing a ton of depth for the story (even as a hardened novel reader, I really had to try to keep up with some parts). O'Malley also did well creating characters that were downright hatable, which lends much more depth to an already large cast list.
The story itself goes much deeper than the moderately goofy premise: Scott must win the right to date a girl named Ramona Flowers by defeating her seven evil ex-boyfriends. If this was all that happened, the books would be rather dull, honestly, but Scott's shenanigans between fights are what adds meat to the books. The dialogue is hysterical, Scott's never-ending banter with his opponents and friends alike keeps the story fresh and exciting overall.
When I finished the first book, I tried to restrain myself, to keep them around longer, but I failed. I finished the entire series far too quickly, the last book deftly tying up many loose ends, relationships, and seemingly overlooked plot points in one fell swoop. If I have a single gripe about this series, I would want it to be longer.
So go. If you're on the fence about reading these, I'm pushing you off -- in the direction of Scott Pilgrim's Precious little Boxset.
Oh, the included poster and the box itself are works of art.