TWITTER REPORT: Lindsay Lohan, Alan Moore, And The Heat Wave

Alan MooreIf you happened to have found yourself in the middle of the current heat wave in the last few days, you may not have a whole lot else on your might right now. Feel free to borrow some rage from Evan Dorkin, though, because he feels your pain (and the heat).

Read on below, and you'll also see what prompted an prompted an alternative dating service to contact Dave McKean, Chris Ryall's response to comic book criticism from Alan Moore, and Jimmy Palmiotti's thoughts on Lindsay Lohan going to jail. Whether or not you agree with Eric Powell's message about "The Last Airbender," it's all waiting for you after the jump.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for July 7, 2010.

@evandorkin I know the earth hates us and all, and I understand, really I do. But this heatwave is bullsh-- and needs to stop. Like, now.

-Evan Dorkin, Writer/Aritst ("Milk & Cheese," "Dork!")

@jpalmiotti I wish I gave a shit about lindsay lohan, but I dont. Not one bit. spoiled brats are a dime a dozen these days.

-Jimmy Palmiotti, Writer ("Jonah Hex," "Painkiller Jane")

@johnreppion It's okay Wonder Woman, I think you can wear what you like. Maybe your legs were getting cold?

-John Reppion, Writer ("Raise the Dead," "Albion")

@DaveMcKean Okay, that's odd. Saying Happy Birthday to Frida Kahlo has prompted tweets offering great lesbian dating services.

-Dave McKean, Writer/Artist ("The Sandman," "Cages")

@goonguy My 8yr old saw Air Bender. His review: "That movie stinks! They left out the most best parts & didn't even say the names right!"

-Eric Powell, Writer/Artist ("The Goon," "Action Comics")

@chris_ryall I'll give Alan Moore this, at least he uses his own name when he says he dislikes comics without having actually read them.

-Chris Ryall, CCO (IDW)

@robertliefeld I'm not sure there has ever been a bigger glory-hog-fame-whore than Lebronze. A press conf. on ESPN to amnounce decision? Really?

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

Parting Wisdom for the Day:

@McKelvie It really upsets me that Jack White and Jack Black aren't mortal enemies.

-Jamie McKelvie, Artist ("Suburban Glamour," "Phonogram")

Be sure to follow @MTVSplashPage on Twitter for up-to-the-minute breaking news in the world of comics and movies.