Beyoncé and the new "Hunger Games" sneak peek attracted more responses than any other moments among comics tweeters last night at the MTV Video Music Awards. Writers and artists alike immediately put their imaginations to use predicting what motherhood will be like for the pop star.
In the meantime, Ben Templesmith seems to have discovered that the announcer from "The Hunger Games," Claudius Templesmith, shares a name with him. His response and reactions to Lady Gaga's performance and the return of "Doctor Who" ranked atop our favorite tweets of the last 24 hours.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for August 29, 2011.
"The Hunger Games" pt. 1: @Templesmith Who do I sue to get my name changed in this Hunger Games thing then. There can be only one Templesmith & I'm legal bitches!
-Ben Templesmith, Writer/Artist ("30 Days of Night," "Welcome to Hoxford")
"The Hunger Games" pt. 3: @faitherinhicks Of course Katniss needs some guy to tell her how strong she is, how else will she know???
-Faith Erin Hicks, Writer/Artist ("Zombies Calling," "The War at Ellsmere")
@joe_hill New episode of Doc Who: funny, hypersmart, and satisfying. Bravo @steven_moffat.
-Joe Hill, Writer ("Locke and Key")
@BrianLynch Say what you want about Lady Gaga, but she brought on Brian May at the MTV Awards.
-Brian Lynch, Writer ("Angel: After the Fall," "Monkey Man Unleashed")
Beyoncé pt. 1: @MrAdamFreeman I bet Beyonce has a wind fan present in the delivery room.
-Adam Freeman, Writer ("Dark X-Men: The Beginning," "The Highwaymen")
Beyoncé pt. 2: @mrmarkmillar Can we just end the speculation now and consider this my official statement on the matter? I have nothing to do with Beyonce's pregnancy...
-Mark Millar, Writer ("Kick-Ass," "Wanted")
Beyoncé pt. 3: @McKelvie Beyonce and Jay-Z's baby is going to grow up with an insane "Uncle Kanye". Brilliant.
-Jamie McKelvie, Artist ("Phonogram," "Siege: Loki")
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