In other tweets, Stan Lee revealed the backstory behind his non-Marvel-movie cameo on “Eureka,” which SyFy watchers will want to take note of. A portion of his explanation is retweeted below along with a “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” trailer reaction from Jonathan Hickman and Andy Diggle on his specialized comic book writer use for his new iPad.
I’m @brianwarmoth, and it’s all documented in the Twitter Report for June 1, 2010.
Donald Glover pt. 1: @BRIANMBENDIS i support this!! RT @chrischuang: Hey @BRIANMBENDIS, @mrdonaldglover wants to be spider-man! #donald4spiderman
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer (“New Avengers,” “Ultimate Spider-Man”)
Donald Glover pt. 2: @Alejandrobot I’ll vote for #donald4spiderman but only if he’s credited as Donny Glover.
-Alejandro Arbona, Editor (“Thor,” “The Immortal Iron Fist”)
@smilinstanlee You cameo lovers may well rejoice, for I met with the super talented Jamie Paglia, creator/writer of the SciFi Channel’s “Eureka!
-Stan Lee, Writer (“The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Fantastic Four”)
@JHickman Scott Pilgrim trailer was fun. But is it wrong that as much as I’m looking forward to it, I’d trade it for a Street Angel movie in a second.
-Jonathan Hickman, Writer/Artist (“Fantastic Four,” “The Nightly News”)
@goonguy If you love comics, do yourself and this industry a favor and buy one new book this weekend that’s not a Marvel/DC superhero book.
-Eric Powell, Writer/Artist (“The Goon,” “Action Comics”)
@FrankTieri Forgot to thank Shrek for defeating the horror that is Sex and the City 2, proving once again that sometimes good does really conquer evil.
-Frank Tieri, Writer (“Wolverine,” “Iron Man”)
Parting Wisdom for the Day:
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