Max Frederick is a bad enough dude to rescue the President from ninjas. He also writes sweet stuff about comic books. Check out his blog at comicconectionblog.wordpress.com
The Judge is dealing out punishment in a new ongoing series, and it’s time for a new Hawkeye, bro.
MaxFrederick Nov 19, 2012
New X-Men for the new Marvel NOW!
MaxFrederick Nov 15, 2012
It's finally back, and the wait was worth it.
The Joker continues his attack on the Bat-Family and the long wait for the return of Saga is over!
MaxFrederick Nov 12, 2012
The beloved comic series returns, now in glorious color.
MaxFrederick Nov 9, 2012
I agree. Comics can be about a lot more than just guys in tights punching each other, and I appreciate any attempt to do so.
Thank you. I try to do my best to maintain that level of professionalism while writing. I’m glad to see my hard work appreciated!
The addition of color, as well as an improvement in paper quality, really just add another layer of polish to the book. In regards to the story, the color helps with creating the setting. For example, darker shades are used for night time, where the originals were just black and white.
As to whether or not it is worth double-dipping, I personally think it is worth it. I generally regard Scott Pilgrim to be one of the best graphic novels out there, and the added color only makes it better. Plus, the larger hardcover looks great on the bookshelf. Another idea is to give your B&W copies away to friends after buying the color editions. That way you can get a new addition to your collection share the series with your friends!
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