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Mindless Review: Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour

Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour is the final volume to the Scott Pilgrim series of graphic novels and having just finished it I’m quite happy with how it all ended.

The first bit of the volume revolves round Scott dealing with the events of the previous volume.  In order to get over what happened Scott proceeds to hit on/make out with almost every female character in the book, and battles with his own personal demons (literally).

Once Scott gets his head on straight (at least straight enough for Scott), the main event begins.  The rest of the volume is mostly Scott’s fight with Gideon Graves Romona’s last ‘evil ex’.

This is definitely the most action heavy volume of Scott Pilgrim which is something that can be expected since this is the final confrontation.

What’s good about this is that the action doesn’t come at the expense of the story.  Even as Scott and Gideon fight your getting details and revelations as it goes on, and it doesn’t seem forced or unnatural.

The art is on par with the rest of the series and it’s simplistic style helps make the action very fluid and easy to follow.

If you’ve read the first five volumes of the Scott Pilgrim already than you don’t need this review to tell you to go and get it cause most likely you already have.

But if your someone who never read a Scott Pilgrim book before it’s definitely worth the money to go buy this and the previous volumes of one of the best comic series I’ve read I’m awhile.

Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour: 9/10

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