Winstead said that the training was "pretty cool" and "like being in some sort of kung fu camp." Wallace Wells is Scott's "cool gay roommate".He is 25 years old and first met Scott in college, the circumstances in which they met are unknown - a flashback shows that both were drunk and headed to Wallace's.He is the bass player for the band Sex Bob-Omb with his friends Stephen Stills and Kim Pine; he plays a Rickenbacker 4001c64, 4003 in the film.
Scott seems to suffer from memory problems, which his friends chalk up to his stupidity, though the memory problems began after his break-up with Envy Adams whom he dated through college.The series also references a "dark side" of Scott's personality which he avoids as much as possible.O'Malley said that Wallace is "a little taller than Scott." Wallace is played by Kieran Culkin in the film Scott Pilgrim vs. Knives Chau (Age 17) is a Chinese-Canadian high school girl and self-described "Scott-aholic".Scott dates her for a short while, but breaks up with her after he meets Ramona (though he initially "forgets" to break up with her).Scott Pilgrim was ranked as the 85th greatest comic book character of all time by Wizard magazine.
IGN ranked Scott Pilgrim the 69th greatest comic book hero of all time, stating that they love Scott not just because he is a tried-and-true nerd who battles villains in epic fashion, but because he went through a dramatic character arc over the course of his series.
He dates and later moves in with his "psychic" boyfriend, Mobile.
The character was inspired by O'Malley's former roommate Christopher Butcher, the co-founder of Pop Image and Previews Review.
Her age is unknown until the end of the 4th volume, where she reveals that she is 24 years old.
She reveals very little and is very guarded about her past in New York City before she moved to Toronto.
The character's name was inspired by the song "Scott Pilgrim" from Plumtree's 1998 album Predicts the Future.