The world of comic books, movies and board games have finally collided now that Jock has been outed as concept designer for Peter Berg's "Battleship." In a year that's seen the "Losers" artist work on that film as well as "Judge Dredd," his name is certainly getting around.
Another name that's been bouncing around the Twitter Report's feed this week quite frequently is Tiger Woods — including some poignant words from writer B. Clay Moore on the matter. Read it all after the jump along with Warren Ellis' new TV series pitch, Stan Lee on his speech to a USC law school class and Tony Moore's reaction to last night's "Sons of Anarchy" episode.
It's all in the Twitter Report for December 2, 2009.
@andydiggle At last it can be revealed that @jock4twenty has been doing incredible concept design work for Peter Berg's BATTLESHIP. Tweets to follow!
-Andy Diggle, Writer ("The Losers," "Hellblazer")
@jock4twenty i've been v. busy working on this for the last two months -- http://bit.ly/8rbuMz http://bit.ly/7JOUvT cc @empiremagazine
-Jock, Artist ("The Losers," "Green Arrow: Year One")
@BRIANMBENDIS i wish there was an mst3k for comics. i just read a couple that are mst3k/ rifftrax worthy. keep your dd ninja jokes. already heard em :)
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("New Avengers," "Ultimate Spider-Man")
@bclaymoore Yeah! We browbeat Tiger Woods into addressing his private life in public! The slobbering over the private lives of public figures is sick.
-B. Clay Moore, Writer ("Hawaiian Dick," "Billy Smoke")
@tonymoore this ATF chick from Sons of Anarchy looks like someone stretched a person's face over a giant rabbit. creepy plastic surgery nightmare lady.
-Tony Moore, Artist ("Fear Agent," "The Walking Dead")
@smilinstanlee I lectured to a class of law students at USC, invited by the Prof. Between you and me, I probably set jurisprudence back a few decades!!
-Stan Lee, Writer ("The Amazing Spider-Man," "The Fantastic Four")
@warrenellis pitching new tv series SH-- MY DAD SAYS FROM INSIDE HIS CREMATION URN
-Warren Ellis, Writer ("Transmetropolitan," "Planetary")
Parting Wisdom for the Day:
@MKupperman Strangely, The Punisher is the only Marvel superhero who doesn't rely excessively on puns.
-Michael Kupperman, Writer/Artist ("Tales Designed to Thrizzle")
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