‘Star Wars’ In 3-D, Britney Spears On ‘Glee,’ And Halloween Costumes In Today’s Twitter Report

Star Wars fans are legion in the comics world, and you can bet that many of them will show up to see the films when they get re-released in 3-D. Simon Pegg and Box Brown both did some head scratching after the new editions for 2012 were announced, though, and you follow their lines of thinking in the Report today.

On “Glee” this week, the show took on the music of Britney Spears. She may not be as big as “Star Wars” with the crowd in the Twitter Report feed, but she inspired a discussion for Rob Liefeld. Check out what he had to explain after the jump along with which creator is contemplating a Serena Williams costume for Halloween and what to beware of when you’re searching for Jimmy Neutron pictures online.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for September 29, 2010.

@ycinar GREEN LANTERN commission done with markers and correction pen. http://twitpic.com/2t30uk
-Yildiray Cinar, Artist (“Legion Of Super Heroes,” “Noble Causes”)

“Star Wars” pt. 1: @simonpegg Heard Star Wars will be released in 3D, Cool! But as thanks 4 the $ we’ve spent on Star Wars over the yrs we should get to see it for free.
-Simon Pegg, Actor (“Star Trek,” “The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn”)

“Star Wars” pt. 2: @boxbrown Star Wars in 3D? And they’re STARTING WITH PHANTOM MENACE?? Star Wars has just entered zombie, pirate, monkey territory.
-Box Brown, Writer/Artist (“Bellen!”)

@robertliefeld Awesome reality check watching GLEE. My kids ask me when Britney Spears was a big deal? My oldest is 10.
-Rob Liefeld, Writer/Artist (“X-Force,” “Youngblood”)

@marcbernardin Debating dressing as Serena Williams for Halloween. Those who know me know how perfect, and perfectly horrifiying, that could be.
-Marc Bernardin, Writer (“The Authority,” “The Highwaymen”)

@RyanStegman Ugh! I just looked up Jimmy Neutron pics for ref for something and got a bunch of “adult” drawings of him! I hate the internet.
-Ryan Stegman, Artist (“Incredible Hercules,” “Riftwar”)

@Templesmith Let’s see if Boardwalk Empire is going to be as good as I hope it is. Thank Squid the moralists got alcohol banned. Makes for fun stories.
-Ben Templesmith, Writer/Artist (“30 Days of Night,” “Welcome to Hoxford”)

Marvel-Related Advice Begging for a Samuel L. Jackson “Pulp Fiction” Reference:

@CBCebulski We don’t care where writers/artists live, but you need to be able to read, write & communicate in fluent English, the language we work in.
-C.B. Cebulski, Sr. VP, Creator and Content Development (Marvel)

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