The much-anticipated follow-up to Scott Pilgrim is pushed back until next year, but the creator has a good reason.
Ever since Bryan Lee O'Malley wrapped his 6-volume hipster-manga-videogame-insane in the membrane masterpiece Scott Pilgrim in 2010, there's been one question on the lips of every single comics fan: "What's next?"
The answer to that question was Seconds, a new graphic novel that was supposed to come out this year, which really, we know nothing about other than it's title.
But now we know one more thing! That it's been delayed until 2014! Yay!
This is sad sad news, but O'Malley explains the reason why on his Tumblr, and I think personal injury is one we can all understand (unless you were one of those fans who was like 'I don't care if you have cancer Michael Turner, I want Ultimate Wolverine NOW!' and then he died and you felt no remorse).
O'Malley's blog post is as follows:
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