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.
Greg Rucka: Writing WW:BN. Zombies, Black Lanterns, death. Is it wrong that I’m happy about this?
Gail Simone: I can’t believe people are bashing Randy Quaid, considering he gave his life flying his plane into the enemy ship’s anus.
Paul Tobin:I wish I had more time in my life for outright debauchery.
Dan Slott:New Spider-Man art’s in from Marcos Martin! Today is officially a GOOD day! Excuse me while I dance around like an idiot for awhile. 🙂
Warren Ellis: They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but I don’t see anyone else finding this dead hedgehog, do you?
Kate Beaton:I am full of the most hearty soup from the Iranian restaurant across the street (made by an Iranian grandma!) and am ready to go to Maryland
Gerry Conway: Just watched last week’s Fringe season-opener. (Late as ever.) Brilliant series reboot.
Mike Kupperman: Charles Darwin was fascinated by why different species didn’t mate, even when he dressed them up, soft lighting, nice music etc.
Philip Tan: Still not feeling all that excited on the drawing table…enjoyed flashforward and fringe… But still not there, didn’t finish page today-
Becky Cloonan: my drawing bump is encrusted with ink, haha. it sounds gross, but it’s true!!
Michael Cho: my wife likes to get my 11 month old baby girl to answer calls by telemarketers. We put it on speakerphone and let her have fun.
Gail Simone: WTH? I just got the new Secret Six tpb and it’s got a 50 page introduction by Kirk Cameron!
Cameron Stewart: I feel it pertinent to point out that contrary to my earlier tweet I am not, nor ever have been, nor ever will be, a juggalo
Kate Beaton: Aw man Stephen Lewis is speaking this weekend at Mount Allison, what a thing to miss
Robert Kirkman: I just want to thank everyone in the world. HAUNT #1 initial orders are more than double what I was hoping for.
Robert Kirkman: It’s Image’s highest selling book in almost a decade. It should outsell almost everything I ever did at Marvel.
James Robinson: I know I’m a DC guy and all, but boy Fantastic Four is good. Way to make me feel like a shit writer Hickman.