Today(ish) in Twitter is a regular column wherein our staff troll through the best of the 140 letter updates of the comic book world. ComicBookDaily is not responsible for the content of these tweets, but we will admit to laughing our collective bums off at some of them.
Gail Simone I wish there were four Hulks and one was named Peter Tork Hulk.
Warren Ellis Am on train home. I think I should be allowed to drive it. May fashion a hand weapon for negotiation purposes. Drove the train home. Had to park it in the garden. Am sure no-one will notice. Back in the office. TOTW to follow.
Mike Kupperman Of all the magazines that used to feature animal breasts, Canada’s “Moose Knockers” survives. Reading it is a trip down Animammory Lane.
Chris Ryall Just did my final radio spot of ’09 on Fictional Frontiers (http://tinyurl.com/mcx6qo). Picked Ult. Spider-Man as most impactful of ’00s.
Bill Willingham Going to NYC Wednesday to tape WGBH/PBS documentary series on 13 great works of literature. I’ll be opining about the Arabian Nights.
Skottie Young I’ve completed all 25 daily drawings for THE ADVENTURES OF BERNARD THE WORLD DESTROYER & they’ll run every week day thru the month.
David Lapham Finally working on this two issue story for Fables. Much fun but man are there a lot of characters running around. Give me a noir. Two guys, in the dark, torturing each other. five thousand goblins and Red Riding Hood is somethin’ on the wrist. It’s also not as perverted as that sounds.
Paul_Dini One of my favorite true-life Christmas stories. Take it, Mr. Evanier: http://www.povonline.com/cols/COL245.htm
Michael Cho I’m not kidding about having super-heroes my head. These are the warm-up doodles I did today at the board: http://is.gd/5nDvM
Brian Michael Bendis you have no concept of the marvel comics bullet train that is heading toward you. and it aint an event.
Faith erin Hicks It’s a bird (I drew Superman): http://damnskippy.deviantart.com/art/It-s-a-bird-Superman-146772224
Brian Reed The kid from UP! He’s real! http://twitpic.com/tiyhb
Matt Fraction @chuckbb sometimes a man’s house has been built on the graves of other men who are dead, and angry, with both that man, and his house.