The inhabitants of the comics Twittersphere contemplated some pressing issues today, such as the alarming lack of William Shatner tattoos in the world on the actor's 80th birthday, as well as the "House" writing team's interest in Superman and why people ask really disturbing questions on Formspring.
Additionally, Greg Horn posted one of the best photos of the month on his account when he caught "Star Wars" actor Peter Mayhew together with artist Michael Golden. Have a gander at that and Edgar Wright's thoughts on music in Los Angeles down below.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for March 22, 2011.
@FrankTieri Apparently today is William Shatner's birthday. I think I'll go beat the sh-- out of somebody dressed as a klingon to celebrate.
-Frank Tieri, Writer ("Iron Man," "Wolverine")
@marcbernardin you know what people don't have a lot of? William Shatner tattoos.
-Marc Bernardin, Writer ("The Highwaymen," "The Authority")
@DanSlott How many SUPERMAN movie references were in tonight's HOUSE? "North, Miss Teschmacherr!" "What color is my underwear?" Am I missing any?
-Dan Slott, Writer ("The Amazing Spider-Man," "Avengers: The Initiative")
@MarkAndrewSmith I would love for Zach Snyder to tackle One Piece and do about three films with the major story beats. Actually, ten.
-Mark Andrew Smith, Writer ("The Amazing Joy Buzzards," "New Brighton Archeological Society")
@TomBrevoort Today's Formspring question of the day:"Should your female readers date a mental rapist?" Got to love the fans.
-Tom Brevoort, Sr. VP of Publishing (Marvel)
@robertliefeld Of course CBS wants Charlie Sheen back. He's the golden goose, they should have never screwed with him in the 1st place.
-Rob Liefeld, Writer/Artist ("X-Force," "Youngblood")
@edgarwright Have come to the conclusion that LA plays too much 80's music. My evidence? I heard Nu Shooz's 'I Can't Wait' twice yesterday. It's 2011.
-Edgar Wright, Director ("Scott Pilgrim vs. The World")
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