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Michael IronsideI don't know if Kitty Pryde's dad's mustache will be showing up in "X-Men: First Class," but Rick Remender definitely thinks it should have some more exposure in the comics. The Twitter stream oozed with recommendations this morning as he stated his intent to bring back the 'stache and Chris Weston explained what a great Punisher he thinks Michael Ironside would make.

Simon Pegg and Mark Millar, meanwhile, sounded off about what they think 3-D movies mean for the industry, and neither of them seem to be big fans. Check out their reasoning down below along with worry about the white iPhone and micro-length "Doctor Who" fan fiction from Warren Ellis.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for April 28, 2011. Read More...

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The Walking Dead Episode 3Somewhere in Indiana, someone is probably walking around with Mark Waid's iPad, and he's none too thrilled about it. If you've been following his updates over the last 24 hours, you've been witness to an update roller coaster as the device was left on a plane, temporarily tracked, and then lost again. The Twitter Report hopes the culprit can still be brought to justice though.

And speaking of things walking around, the third episode of "The Walking Dead" ran on AMC last night. Mark Brooks appreciates everyone who held off on their tweets until it was over, while Kevin Mellon prefers to experience his zombie stories through a non-traditional medium. Find out if you're jealous after the jump, where you'll also see a reaction to "Megamind" and who gave the false impression to his followers that he went to see "Yo Gabba Gabba!" alone and was forced to explain himself.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for November 15, 2010. Read More...

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Glee Season 2 premiereIf you caught the "Glee" Season 2 premiere last night on FOX, you were sharing a common experience with Rob Liefeld. He tweeted a few reactions to the show last night, and ultimately came to a conclusion that shocked him.

Shock was a fairly common emotion in the comics yesterday, though. DC Comics announced some shifts and changes that, among other things, included closing their WildStorm and Zuda imprints. These moves turned out to be the hot topics in the Twitter Report feed yesterday, and you can catch a handful of reactions after the jump. They're there along with some Terry Moore Kitty Pryde art, Mark Millar's thoughts on "The Town," and more.

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

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January JonesThe Twitter Report joins writer Brian Reed today in wishing Brian Michael Bendis a happy birthday. I'm not condoning the act of seeding his Wikipedia page with sketchy details about his past, but in honor of his special day it does look like Dr. Laura Schlessinger has decided to quit radio and January Jones has been cast as Emma Frost.

Elsewhere, Jim Lee posted some Batman and Joker sketches. I've linked to one of those below. There, you can also check out a tweet from one creator who will be missing the Wizard show in Chicago this year after more than a decade of attending and a mysterious pitch request that B. Clay Moore received from Marvel.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for August 18, 2010. Read More...

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Lost series finaleSince the "Lost" series finale concluded Sunday night, Twitter friendships have been placed in jeopardy, "Battlestar Galactica" comparisons have been made, and occasionally satisfaction was experienced. While Brian Michael Bendis was unfollowing spoiler-posters, Ron Marz decided that he was OK with where the episode left everyone. Then there was Dennis Calero, who reached a common ground between the show's failures and successes.

All in all, it was night of fiery words and critical screams in the Twitter Report feed, but I've summed up the big picture in retweets below as best I could. You can read on through to find out where everyone stands, and if you make it to the end I can promise you a glimpse of the most disturbing horse costume you've ever laid eyes on.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for May 24, 2010. Read More...

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Green HornetComic book writers worry about the same things you and I do. Take Neil Gaiman's frustration with airport body scanners and Fred Van Lente's anti-earthquake rage, for instance. However, there was joy in today's Twitter Report, too — with Brian Michael Bendis receiving some news from Joe Quesada that he wouldn't share with the world.

Kevin Smith, meanwhile, fielded a question about the kid-friendly nature of his new "Green Hornet" miniseries at Dynamite, which he claims is appropriate for all ages. You can check out his retweeted justification below, along with what's in Ed Brubaker's Netflix queue, Dan Slott's high-school comics reading routine, and the way to pronounce Archaia from a tweeter who knows.

It's all in the Twitter Report for March 4th, 2010. Read More...

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Judge DreddThe Twitter Report feed came filled with everything a Twitter stalker could ask for today, with a video clip from the set of "The Losers" via Jock, some Judge Dredd trivia from James Robinson, and some "District 9" insights from Cameron Stewart and Scott Allie.

Meanwhile, it should come as no surprise to any Tony Moore follower to learn that the "Fear Agent" artist is a big fan of Ronnie James Dio. For your enjoyment, I have included his reactions to an autograph he recently received.

Scope out all of those Twitter-harvested tidbits below, as well as Gail Simone's take on the PS3 and some "Mad Max" wisdom from indie artist Paul Maybury. It's all in the Twitter Report for August 19, 2009. Read More...

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'Hack/Slash'A killer idea for a film can sometimes be just that. That's what director Brian Metcalf found out earlier this week after the announcement of his upcoming film, "Eve," was met with skepticism by fans of Tim Seeley's "Hack/Slash" comic book series.

"Eve," would have told the story of a notorious serial killer's daughter who hunts down supernatural murderers to atone for her family history -- an element central to the plot of Seeley's comic, which is also already in development for a film treatment of its own at Rogue Pictures. Fans recognized the similarities between the two franchises almost immediately and spread the word online.

Those fans included "Hack/Slash" artist Kevin Mellon, who recently wrapped up two issues the series and told MTV News, "I really only know what I saw on the initial site, and my initial thoughts of 'Oh, Hollywood, you really are that sad.'" Read More...

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GearheadHollywood's comic book crush has churned out its share of movie options, but for the "Gearhead" creative team of writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Kevin Mellon, lightning's struck twice.

"Gearhead" made headlines this week with the announcement that it had been picked up by "Incredible Hulk" and "Punisher: War Zone" producer Gale Anne Hurd's Valhalla Motion Pictures. This marks the second time the property has been optioned in less than two years -- the first deal with Toronto-based Darius Films, expired this past summer.

The four-issue "Gearhead" miniseries through Arcana Comics follows mechanic bombshell Shelby as she seeks her destiny on the outskirts of a super hero-imposed utopia. Along the way she discovers a heritage she never knew and, among other adventurous activities, takes up beating bad guys with a giant wrench. Read More...

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