Scott Pilgrim vs. the World – Christie Street Traffic Island Labyrinth – Toronto

I had no idea my Labyrinth appeared in the Graphic Novel, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.

So I went and finally watched the movie for the first time tonight.

My Labyrinth wasn’t in the Movie.

If I am not mistaken then,

My Christie Street Traffic Island Labyrinth appears in the opening pages of VOLUME ONE TWO of the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Graphic Novel . . .

“The Scott Pilgrim-age.

The Christie Station Labyrinth from the opening spread of vs. The World.

Located on the street island right outside the Christie Subway Station”

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