If that’s not enough for you, I’ve also retweeted Steve Niles’ current “30 Days of Night” workload along with Chris Ryall’s thoughts on an American “Torchwood” remake, Fred Van Lente’s line in the sand with Killraven fans and a stern threat to convention goers from Gail Simone. Check those tidbits out after the jump, where you’ll also find advice from Brian Michael Bendis on boosting your Twitter follower count.
It’s all in the Twitter Report for January 20, 2010.
@fredvanlente Sorry, KILLRAVEN fans, I refuse to use the term “mud brother.”
-Fred Van Lente, Writer (“Action Philosophers,” “Marvel Zombies”)
@BRIANMBENDIS if you want to gail a lot of folllowers quickly call leno a d—. :) but you have to mean it, you can’t fake it.
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer (“New Avengers,” “Ultimate Spider-Man”)
@SteveNiles Working on this 30 Days crossover tonight. Have to get issue 3 in tomorrow or artists and editors will hunt me down.
-Steve Niles, Writer (“30 Days of Night,” “Criminal Macabre”)
@pvponline Boo, last episode of Enterprise. Boo! But not as bad as everyone was making out earlier.
-Scott Kurtz, Writer/Artist (“PvP”)
@chris_ryall A U.S. adaptation of Torchwood, from Russell T. Davies and likely to star John Barrowman, is in the works. So, same show, only set in LA?
-Chris Ryall, Publisher (IDW)
@GailSimone New Convention Rule: I will personally be punching anyone who doesn’t read SCALPED and JONAH HEX in the groin. Thank you.
-Gail Simone, Writer (“Birds of Prey,” “Wonder Woman”)
Parting Wisdom for the Day:
@ronmarz Writers should not have characters talk when the art shows them drinking or kissing, @mikechoi. It works against the art.
-Ron Marz, Writer (“Green Lantern,” “Witchblade”)
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