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Alternative Scott Pilgrim posters

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Anything that Edgar Wright touches is destined to turn to fanboy gold. From Spaced to Shaun of the Dead to Hot Fuzz, his output has always managed to strike a chord with the most discerning of all contingents.

With the release of Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, Wright's success didn't just continue, it managed to increase. The genre-defying epic of epic epicness became an international fan favourite, especially with those who possess superior design skills.

As displayed in these alternative posters, the film's life as a cult classic has only just begun.

You can find the artists at the bottom.

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