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Doctor WhoOver the last few years, "Doctor Who" fans have seen their favorite Time Lord tackle alien menaces from one end of history to the other, but in a new miniseries kicking off next week, The Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond take a page from your favorite fables.

Appropriately enough, "Doctor Who: A Fairytale Life" is written by Eisner-nominated "Jack of Fables" scribe Matt Sturges, with interior art from "Doctor Who: The Forgotten" illustrator Kelly Yates. The four-issue series sends The Eleventh Doctor and companion Amy Pond on an adventure that unfolds in a medieval fantasy world populated with knigts, castles, and yes, even a dragon.

I chatted up the "Fairytale Life" writer to get some details about The Doctor's latest adventure and pick his brain about the upcoming "Doctor Who" season premiere. You can also get an exclusive preview of the issue — which hits shelves April 20 — courtesy of IDW Publishing. Read More...

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Dark Knight RisesRobert Kirkman got a bit sentimental about "The Walking Dead" on Twitter this morning and shared a quick history footnote about himself and artist Tony Moore. Elsewhere in the feed, Jimmy Palmiotti's pulling for AMC's new series to succeed; he's worried about when he'll be able to watch it, though.

The biggest news by far to land in the comics/movies world today was the title of Christopher Nolan's new Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises." Opinions sprouted up all over the place about who his villain should be, especially if The Riddler isn't in the script. Check out what's been proposed down below along with some reactions to the "Rocky Horror Picture Show" episode of "Glee."

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for October 27, 2010. Read More...

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Tom Cruise Mountains of MadnessRumors that Guillermo del Toro may want Tom Cruise to star in his adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's "At the Mountains of Madness" provoked some feedback in the comics community on Twitter yesterday. There are a lot of Lovecraft readers out there making comics, and a few of them have strong opinions about what del Toro should or shouldn't do.

In other news, Kevin Smith's been making progress with the screenplay for his new political horror film "Red State." He's been fielding questions on his account and comparing what his budget looks like next to what he had for "Clerks 2." You can find out what his assessment is, as well as what comics-related site Jim Lee stumbled upon in Egypt and what Jeremy Haun thought of "The Expendables" down below.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for September 3, 2010. Read More...

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Ryan Reynolds Green LanternThe first image of Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern cannot be unseen by the Internet now, and mixed reactions from all sides are rolling in. You'll find likes and dislikes below from Ron Marz, Andy Diggle and others.

Elsewhere, there have been many questions and answers getting batted about in the Twittersphere this week. Pressing questions about dress codes and how attending without a pass is like thumbing your nose at dress codes, as well as answers about where to find Jon Favreau and what to beware of in the water await you after the jump.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and there is valuable knowledge to be read in the Twitter Report for July 15, 2010. Read More...

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Iron Man 2- twitterIt feels like a Watcher's lifetime since the first pictures off the set of "Iron Man 2" emerged, but as Jon Favreau's tweets suggest, that May release date is fast approaching. Ever the diligent updater, he says he's just got a few sound mixes and visual effects left to finalize.

In other directorial news, Kevin Smith had been answering questions as usual over on his account, and he responded honestly when someone asked him how he felt about directing someone else's script for "Cop Out." Check out what he had to say below along with some micro-reviews of "The Big Bang Theory" from last night and "CSI" in general. And before I forget, big-time congratulations to Tony Moore, who tweeted the birth of his new daughter!

It's all in the Twitter Report for March 2, 2010. Read More...

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Blue BeetleEven if you missed "The Big Bang Theory" last night, you can still catch Geoff Johns' post about the Star Sapphire appearance that occurred. The CBS show is known for its geek-friendly T-shirts, and the Sapphires' symbol from "Green Lantern" certainly sounds like a sensible fit.

Elsewhere, there was a hilarious exchange this morning between the "Blue Beetle" creative team which should serve as a lesson to writers everywhere about treating your penciler with the utmost respect and consideration when planning your scripts. Don't worry, though, it was all in good fun — as was Stan Lee's desire to appear in a Batman film and Bryan Lee O'Malley's claim to inspiring DC's new "Earth One" OGN format.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for December 8, 2009. Read More...

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The Losers"Smallville" will be getting a new injection of cast members with Stargirl, Hawkman and Doctor Fate joining the show, and Geoff Johns tweeted a few details last night that viewers will want to know—like whether Hawkman will have wings and how he and Green Arrow will get along.

Elsewhere, dedicated tweeter Andy Diggle slipped Jock a link to the artist's newly released "Losers" poster and Brian Keene pondered a pitch for Batman's pet, Ace the Bat-Hound.

Read on to check out each of those tweets, along with what Matt Fraction thinks Tony Stark should carry with him in case of near death. It's all in the Twitter Report for October 20, 2009. Read More...

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