The comics Twitterverse was still lining up for "Ninja Assassin" this Thanksgiving weekend — save Rob Liefeld, who caught "The Blind Side." Brian Michael Bendis, meanwhile, was caught searching for his "Star Trek" DVD, which he claims has been stolen by Mike Oeming.
Some great artwork showed up in the Twitter Report feed over the weekend as well, with Francis Manapul posting a page from a charity book he's contributing to help flood victims in the Philippines and Jill Thompson showing off her "Nightmare Before Christmas" pages. Check those out, along with Chris Onstad's eulogy for Tiger Woods' Escalade and a shot of Dave McKean signing with David Lloyd and Mark Buckingham.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for November 30, 2009.
-Francis Manapul, Artist ("Adventure Comics," "Witchblade")
-Jill Thompson, Writer/Artist ("Scary Godmother," "Sandman")
@BRIANMBENDIS my star trek dvd was stolen by @Oeming
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("New Avengers," "Ultimate Spider-Man")
-Dave McKean, Writer/Artist ("The Sandman," "Cages")
@robertliefeld Standing in insanely long line for Blindside! What has happened in the world? Good for Sandy Bullock!! Bad for me!
-Rob Liefeld, Writer/Artist ("X-Force," "Onslaught Reborn")
@MikeOliveri Dug Ninja Assassin. Simple plot, fun action. 1st half of flick: "I was promised ninjas! Where are they?!" 2nd half: "NINJAS!!"
-Mike Oliveri, Writer ("Werewolves: Call of the Wild")
@radiomaru I went to see NINJA ASSASSIN this weekend because (a) I am Asian (b) there is no b
-Bryan Lee O'Malley, Writer/Artist ("Scott Pilgrim vs. The World," "Lost at Sea")
Parting Wisdom for the Day:
@achewood Ray Smuckles pours one out for Tiger's '09 Escalade. "Sh-- didn't have to be that way, Tiger. You coulda' taken the damn Buick."
-Chris Onstad, Writer/Artist ("Achewood")
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