Your favorite TV show may not be fortunate to contain five or six digits that could one day become a date, but "Beverly Hills 90210" celebrates its special day today, and while some have embraced this cosmic coincidence, others in the comics world are less impressed.
Meanwhile in the Gulf of Mexico, a new oil rig explosion prompted some panic in the feed. This anxiety was accompanied by varies reactions to Apple's new socialized Ping addition to iTunes, Brian Michael Bendis' testimony that he does not use a ghost writer, and Jimmy Palmiotti on the state of decompressed storytelling in comics.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the 9/02/10 Twitter Report.
@g_willow God save the gulf coast...ANOTHER oil rig has exploded?!
-G. Willow Wilson, Writer ("Air," "Vixen: Return of the Lion")
@BRIANMBENDIS i see some interwebby douchetools are spreading the rumor that i have ghost writers. i never ever ever have or will. i write every word.
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("New Avengers," "Ultimate Spider-Man")
90210 Day pt. 1: @neilkleid Apparently today's 90210 Day? Screw that -- tell me when it's Quantum Leap Day
-Neil Kleid, Writer ("Ursa Minors," "Action, Ohio")
90210 Day pt. 2: @CBCebulski My 90210 connection? Gabrielle "Andrea" Carteris did the voices of Elektra & the Enchantress in Marvel Ultimate Alliance, which I wrote.
-C.B. Cebulski, Sr. VP, Creator and Content Development (Marvel)
90210 Day pt. 3: @ronmarz People are pointing out that today is 90210. I would like to point out that I have never, ever seen an episode of that show.
-Ron Marz, Writer ("Green Lantern," "Witchblade")
@joe_hill Robert De Niro has twice won the Oscar. By coincidence, Danny Trejo cut a guy named Oscar in jail, a couple times. #factsaboutmachete
-Joe Hill, Writer ("Locke & Key")
@eliopoulos All signed up on Ping and know that if anyone sees my musical choices, they will decide not to follow. Huey Lewis, really?!
-Chris Eliopoulos, Artist/Writer/Letterer ("Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers," "Misery Loves Sherman")
Parting Wisdom for the Day:
@jpalmiotti I really believe that comics have become so decompressed that when certain people have to actually read , they dont want to.
-Jimmy Palmiotti, Writer ("Jonah Hex," "Painkiller Jane")
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