Friday Night Fights: The Clash At Demonhead!

Completing this week’s ISB Scott Pilgrim Trifecta…





BASS! How Low Can You Go!
Death Row? What A Brother Knows!


More of Todd’s heinous deeds can be seen in Scott Pilgrim & The Infinite Sadness, the prequel to this week’s newly-released–and totally freakin’ awesome–Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together. And seriously, you guys: If you haven’t read it, you really should.

17 thoughts on “Friday Night Fights: The Clash At Demonhead!

  1. It’s probably wrong to hope that the 7th and ultimate ex can shapeshift into a bear, isn’t it?

    Still, though. Scott Pilgrim. Bear-Punching. The internet would burst wide open.

  2. Scott Pilgrim is as good as a tender, flaky Hostess Fruit Pie.

    I have never seen the Roller Disco Devils ad before. My life is changed. The fat rollerskating disco devil in the green shirt? The messed-up multi-ethnic group home from which the kids can’t escape? That the Hulk isn’t just upset but “very upset”? That a poor kid has been imprisoned so long that upon freedom, he can only moan, “That’s GREAT CRUST”? This is like a whole episode of Deadwood. It’s that good.

  3. Wow. WOW.

    God knows I’ve tried, but I just don’t get what people see in this book.

    Am I just too old? Somebody help me out, here!

  4. At the risk of seeming pedantic, I feel obligated to point out that SCOTT PILGRIM AND THE INFINITE SADNESS is not a prequel to anything. A prequel is made after, but comes before. Phantom Menace is a prequel to A New Hope, but ANH is not a prequel to anything because it’s the first movie.

    …yeah, sorry. I’m in the middle of student-teaching HS English, and sometimes it escapes the confines of the school.

  5. Usually, the bad guys in Hostess ads actually commit some sort of crime. Those guys were just skating down the street, listening to music.

    They need to do an updated version, where Hulk rolls a bunch of people for talking too loud on their cell phones.

  6. There totally needs to be a Salvation Run one-shot where one of the planet’s continents turns out to be populated solely by villains who were only seen in Hostess ads.