'True Blood' Werewolves, Joe Biden, And Indifference To Tiger Woods In Today's Twitter Report

Joe Biden - TwitterThe comics Twitterverse appears to be nearly unanimous in its indifference to whatever may actually be going on with Tiger Woods behind the headlines and gossip this week. Rob Liefeld, who was a much bigger fan of Tareq and Michaele Salahi, can be counted among them, as can Javier Grillo-Marxuac.

The White House party crashers got one step closer to Vice President Joe Biden than webcomicker R. Stevens, though, who got Biden's name in the sender field of on email yesterday. Check out those posts, reaction to werewolves coming to "True Blood" and a look at the colorist behind "Powers" after the jump.

It's all in the Twitter Report for December 3, 2009.

@robertliefeld I could care less about Tiger Woods. Not a golfer, not a fan. Burned out already....can't we get back to the White House party crashers?

-Rob Liefeld, Writer/Artist ("X-Force," "Onslaught Reborn")

@OKBJGM in other earth shattering revelations, wealthy and pampered sports figures have affairs...film at 11.

-Javier Grillo-Marxuach, Writer ("Annihilation: Super-Skrull," "The Middleman")

@rstevens Did you guys get the email from Joe Biden tonight? Every time I see his name, I get my hopes up. And it's never an invite to bowl.

-R. Stevens, Writer/Artist ("Diesel Sweeties," "LOLbots")

@Oeming Powers color dude nick filardi http://twitpic.com/rx9df

-Mike Oeming, Writer/Artist ("Powers,"The Mice Templar")

@danluvisiart True Blood adds werewolves for Season 3! If they're just goddamn regular wolves though, I'm going to be so pissed.

-Dan LuVisi, Artist ("Secret Six")

@jock4twenty drunk scotsman outside our window, giving drunk scotsmen a bad name.

-Jock, Artist ("The Losers," "Green Arrow: Year One")

@MKupperman C-3PO was bullied in droid school, they called him Creepy Peepy-O.

-Michael Kupperman, Writer/Artist ("Tales Designed to Thrizzle")

Parting Wisdom for the Day:

@HackinTimSeeley There's a lot of "Break into Comics Advice". "Breaking in" implies that once you're in, you're set. NOPE! You have to "break in" each day!

-Tim Seeley, Writer/Artist ("Hack/Slash," "WildCats")

@skottieyoung @HackinTimSeeley word.

-Skottie Young, Artist ("New X-Men," "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz")

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