If you've been waiting on Brian Michael Bendis to give his blessing before paying for a ticket to see "Inception," your moment of truth came yesterday. Bendis offered his reaction to the movie and Karl Kerschl reviewed it as well, only via haiku.
Elsewhere, Dan Slott picked up a handful of Marvel's new Happy Meal toys and shared his haul with the Twitterverse. You can see what those look like after the jump alongside a shocking proposal from John Layman, some digital comics gripes from Skottie Young and trepidations about the live-action Yogi Bear film.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this mixtape of retweets is your Twitter Report for August 6, 2010.
@themightylayman Everybody keeps asking: Who is "unidentified male" in Laurence Fishburne's daughter's sex tape? Is it Layman? #fb
-John Layman, Writer ("Chew," "Marvel Zombies vs. The Army of Darkness")
@skottieyoung One thing I don't like about some digital comics: The faux shadaow on the faux spine. That's the worst part of real books and comics.
-Skottie Young, Artist ("New X-Men," "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz")
@BRIANMBENDIS Inception worth a second screening. It holds up and becomes a very different kind of movie. Many questions answered and others are asked
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("Ultimate Spider-Man," "New Avengers")
@karlkerschl Here's my short, spoiler-free review of Inception, in the form of a haiku: Fantastic premise Dulled by too many gunfights Predictable end
-Karl Kerschl, Writer/Artist ("Teen Titans: Year One," "The Abominable Charles Christopher")
-Dan Slott, Writer ("Avengers: The Initiative," "The Amazing Spider-Man")
@ronmarz If the next Yogi poster has Ranger Smith in a--less chaps and a ball gag, I think we'll know something is up.
-Ron Marz, Writer ("Green Lantern," "Witchblade")
-Jill Thompson, Artist ("Beasts of Burden," "The Sandman")
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