The Twitter Report feed has some insights into the music of "Iron Man 2" today, with the score's composer John Debney and Jon Favreau both posting about their work at the studio. Debney tweeted a shot of what things look like there, and Favreau confirmed that Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello will be on the soundtrack.
In paper comics posting, Jim Lee provided his source material for a Catwoman statue, Mitch Breitweiser gave away a Daredevil desktop image, and Mark Waid chimed in with his thoughts on Captain America's political leanings following the recent controversy over the book's depiction of Tea Party activists.
Check those tweets out after the jump along with Kieron Gillen's "BioShock 2" wish in the Twitter Report for February 11, 2010.
"Iron Man 2" soundtrack pt. 1: @Jon_Favreau Yes. RT @KyleVMcVeigh: Will @tmorello (Tom Morello) be contributing anything to the Iron Man 2 ST?
-Jon Favreau, Director ("Iron Man," "Iron Man 2")
"Iron Man 2" soundtrack pt. 2: @JohnDebney Another great #Iron Man 2 scoring day @abbeyRoad w/ @Jon_Favreau and the Marvel crew http://twitpic.com/12l8q5
-John Debney, Composer ("Iron Man 2")
@MarkWaid @GailSimone that Cap is above politics. That's crap. He's a New Deal Democrat. Fact.
-Mark Waid, Writer ("The Flash," "Incorruptible")
@brubaker @BRIANMBENDIS Scaramouche is in the Secret Avengers. That's why he's a little silhouetto of a man.
-Ed Brubaker, Writer ("Captain America," "Incognito")
@kierongillen I am probably alone in wanting a Minister Drill-c---! mod for Bioshock 2.
-Kieron Gillen, Writer ("Thor," "Phonogram")
-Jim Lee, Artist ("Batman," "X-Men")
@MykeNorten In case you didn't know, Gravity's comin' back in big ways this year. (Wish I got to draw 'im though!)
-Mike Norton, Artist ("Blue Beetle," "Gravity")
@mbreitweiser Some Daredevil wallpaper art to keep you warm tonight http://fav.me/d2jhfyr on #deviantart
-Mitch Breitweiser, Artist ("Drax the Destroyer," "Captain America: The Chosen")
Parting Wisdom for the Day:
@hopelarson I know it's hard when you're starting out, but as always, my advice for beginners is: 1) draw, 2) write, 3) table at cons, 4) get a website!
-Hope Larson, Writer/Artist ("Salamander Dream," "Chiggers")
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