The page is called "The Parts In Scott Pilgrim Which Are So Sad, So Very, Very Sad."
- One noticeable one is when Ramona says goodbye.
- Almost immediately after that is Scott's attempts to find Ramona's cat Gideon, culminating in him staying up so late in the snow that he actually misses it when Gideon does show up... and then pads off into the snow again...
- Another is when Scott moves away from Kim in a flashback. Kim later fills him in on what exactly happened at the time, and it's one of the few times in the series when she actually looks hurt.Kim: Are you kidding? You didn't even tell me you were leaving! I heard it from Lisa! I didn't talk to her for a month after that!
- Also in volume 5, during the twins' fight when Kim, who still has feelings for Scott, has to lie to him in order to make him believe that it isn't over between him and Ramona.
- Ramona abandoning Scott, followed by Kim leaving Toronto.
- When Scott is killed, the sheer look of horror on everyone's faces, including previously ambivalent/jerkish characters, is a pretty powerful moment. This is, however, followed up with some Mood Whiplash from Gideon offering to buy everyone drinks.
- Poor Lisa Miller's non-story with Scott: "you could have asked" "maybe we should have" and even Ramona's reaction to Lisa's attitude towards Scott: "There wasn't *anything* between you two? Not even in highschool?"
- Lisa apparently cried her eyes out when Scott told her he was in love with Ramona.
- It's hard to pinpoint exactly where, but everything after Ramona vanishes in Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Universe can bring a tear to your eye.
- Even before that, we have Kim bluffing to keep Scott's spirits up during the fight in Volume 5.
- And waaay before that, Knives being dumped.
- Volume 6 starts with the image of a subspace door opened to reveal a desolate desert, such as the desert Scott keeps finding himself in when he's dreaming ("I'm so alone..."). It's an extremely poignant image and an ucomfortable start to an emotionally hefty ending.
- This video of Ramona, composed of footage and stills from a photo shoot. It's not really as much sad as it is emotional, considering the acoustic ballad playing as BGM.
- Surprisingly enough, Envy ends up in a few:
- In volume 3 she tells everyone of how Todd had been her childhood friend with whom she eventually got together, and of how he proved his love for her in a way nobody had ever done before, namely by punching a hole in the Moon... Then Ramona informs her that the other hole in the Moon had been punched by Todd for her before he got with Envy, and she discovers Todd was cheating on her with their band's drummer. It's so bad that Ramona, for how much she hates Envy, was feeling bad about the hole in the Moon...
- For a long time the readers had been under the impression that she had suddenly dumped Scott to get with Todd in spite of his attempts at keeping their relationship going... Then comes volume 6, and it becomes clear that not only she had been trying to keep the relationship going but it was just falling apart (as she was just as bad as Scott at it), Scott is at fault for the brutal break-up (even if he forgot), starting a fight that prompted her to order him out of her life before leaving Toronto. Scott had been hurt by the break-up, but Envy had been hurt almost as much and suddenly, her attitude toward Scott in volume 3 suddenly makes sense.
- The fact Todd is, at least in part, a rebound.
- After losing her band and her money in volume 3, Envy gets back up thanks to Gideon, there's a chance they could get together... But he's too hung-up over his plans for Ramona (and too much of an asshole) to even try. At least she avoided the psycho and finally got closure with Scott out of it...
SOOOOOO SAD!!! Thank you.