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Cowboys and AliensBasically, you had two options if you wanted to experience "Cowboys and Aliens" last night. You could have A) found a screening to attend somewhere or B) just followed David Malki's tweets. He apparently got stuck in traffic, missing a screening, and decided to live tweet what he assumed to be happening in the film. The whole thing was too long to fit into the Report today, but you should follow the link on over to his feed and read it.

There were a few fun work tweets in the mix this morning as well. Len Wein had too much fun writing a "Ben 10" script, while Leinil Yu was force to censor his own language after receiving a script from Mark Millar.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for July 29, 2011. Read More...

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Torchwood Miracle DayWant to get comic book creators talking on Twitter? Well, starting a hash tag like #replaceawordinafamousquotewithduck is a great place to start. The feed has been loaded with movie quotes tweaked to reference ducks for the last 24 hours, and Simon Spurrier and Brandon Jerwa contributed two of our favorite entries.

Gail Simone got into the creative spirit as well. Whereas some complainers online just whine, waiting for a new iPad 3 announcement. She apparently decided to make her own. Find out how, see who's psyched for "Torchwood: Miracle Day," and see what Bryan Lee O'Malley would call a Scott Pilgrim book based on his life after the jump.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for July 8, 2011. Read More...

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Game of ThronesThe LeBron James haters in the feed got a chance to gloat Sunday night, thanks to the Dallas Mavericks' 105-95 win over the Miami Heat. Their championship win stuck it out in trending with HBO's "Game of Thrones," and both television events generated their share of surprises.

Elsewhere, "Super 8" got Bill Amend feeling nostalgic, while Mark Millar had a stern warning for "Green Lantern." Find out why and see who was cheering on the Mavs down below.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for June 13, 2011. Read More...

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Charlie SheenThe comics Twitterverse can't quite figure out what to do with most of the things coming out of Charlie Sheen's mouth these days, but that hasn't stopped wave after wave of awkward jokes and observations from showing up this week.

On a sadder note, the entertainment industry lost actress Jane Russell on Monday. Edgar Wright, Mark Millar and Justin Gray all mourned her passing, while Gabriel Hardman noted the importance of North Hollywood video store owner and former Hanna-Barbera writer and cartoonist Eddie Brandt, whose death also sent some ripples through posting today. Click on down to check out what they had to say and see who Andy Diggle might have preferred in the role of Scott Pilgrim over Michael Cera.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for March 1, 2011. Read More...

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ThorCreators threw clothing to the wind today as Doug Tennapel contemplated shirtlessness and Brian Michael Bendis made a shocking revelation about his use of pants. Their carefree attitudes were accompanied by sadness, however, in the wake of Activision's "Guitar Hero" cancellation announcement.

Elsewhere, Erik Larsen's convention frustrations, I noted yesterday, continued to grow, and he's now got WonderCon in his crosshairs as well. Today's rundown will let you know why, along with an explanation from Mark Millar about Ultimate Thor's dialect, and a plea for "Glee."

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for February 10, 2011. Read More...

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Alan MooreIf you want to stir up some strong words from comics creators these days, bluntly stating something critical is a great way go about it. Jason Aaron kicked off the latest round of opinion exchanging with his "Where the Hell I Am" column, and I recommend diving into the Twitter feed links down below to read the entirety of what Ivan Brandon, Tony Harris and others had to say in response.

The controversial new "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" edition is still provoking criticism as well; Justin Gray was the latest to show up and sound off about that. Check out where he stands, see what Mark Millar thought about "127 Hours" and wash it all down with a beautiful new Franco Aureliani Stargirl painting after the jump.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for January 6, 2010. Read More...

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Natalie PortmanThe Twitter Report joins numerous other voices online today in wishing the happiest of birthdays to comics legend and Marvel movie cameo artist Stan Lee. Excitement about Lee's big day was tempered, however, by some disappointment from a few posters who learned that Natalie Portman is now pregnant and engaged to be married.

Check out the day's big retweets down below and you'll also find a few different opinions about "True Grit," a nifty action figure based on Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's graphic novel "Tumor" and info on which comic book rights you should acquire if you want to get Andy Diggle to work for you for free.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for December 28, 2010. Read More...

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Tron LegacySports fans mourned the loss of Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller this week, and you may be surprised to learn that one comics writer in our feed even got to
interview him at one point. Boston and New York basketball fans, meanwhile were watching the Celtics/Knicks game last night, and Spike Lee got as much tweet attention as the game itself from where I was sitting.

Elsewhere, reactions to "Tron: Legacy" have been rolling in, while Jon Favreau's departure from "Iron Man 3" and Scarlett Johansson are still fresh on everyone's minds. Check out who's hoping for what and who you agree with down below.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for December 16, 2010. Read More...

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Josh Howard ChuckNews that Martin Freeman has officially been cast as Bilbo Baggins in Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" was probably the least controversial thing to hit the comics Twitterverse this week. The same cannot be said for Juan Williams getting fired from NPR thanks to comments he made about Muslims, but most of the creators discussing his termination in our feed kept their posts quite civil.

Elsewhere, Josh Howard's "Chuck" commission that he shared via Twitpic is in no way controversial, and you should check the whole thing out for yourself down below. It's been linked to along with a tease from Mark Millar about an upcoming book, Justin Gray's micro-review of "Splice" and the truest words a freelancer has ever put together as tweeted by Chris Eliopoulos.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for October 22, 2010. Read More...

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Iron Man 2"Iron Man 2" can't hide from the general public — or Twitter — any longer. The reviews continue to trickle in, and director Jon Favreau seems to be happy with the buzz he's getting around the Twittersphere.

Yesterday's election in the U.K. has been popular as well, and though I don't feel qualified to weigh in personally, I can support the Batman fantasy from Warren Ellis' tweets. I can also support Jon Rosenberg's re-tinkered schedule commitment for his webcomic "Goats." He announced earlier this week that he would be re-strategizing, and it looks we can still look forward to a weekly posting regiment in the near future over on Goats.com. Check out what all of these fine gentlemen said below, along with Justin Gray's take on "The Human Centipede" and words I endorse from Tim Seeley.

It's all in the Twitter Report for May 7, 2010. Read More...

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