TweetYour16YearOldSelf, Batman Revelations, And Bob Schreck In Today's Twitter Report

Bruce Wayne"Batman and Robin" #16 sent some shockwaves through its readership yesterday with Grant Morrison's big "Batman Inc."-related revelation. I won't spoil it for those of you who haven't made it to the last page yet, but if you have you'll enjoy a few of today's retweets a little bit more than everyone else.

In other posting, #tweetyour16yearoldself has been the big hash tag theme for the day, and both Skottie Young and Dan Slott had words of advice that they wish they could send back in time to their younger selves. Find out more about that along with what TV plans Brian Michael Bendis has been talking about and why Brad Meltzer was exceptionally pleased to hear that Bob Schreck is going to be overseeing Legendary Pictures' new comic book ventures.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for November 4, 2010.

Batman pt. 1: @mrmarkmillar Has anyone ever noticed the only guy in Gotham who can afford Bat-planes and stuff is Bruce Wayne? I totally bet he's Batman.

-Mark Millar, Writer ("Kick-Ass," "Wanted")

Batman pt. 2: @warrenellis What? I bring joy to the world. I am filled with mirth and sunlight. Also, I am Batman.

-Warren Ellis, Writer ("Planetary," "Transmetropolitan")

Batman pt. 3: @NickTapalansky @warrenellis Who isn't these days? That Wayne bastard has a whole company of Batfolk now.

-Nick Tapalansky, Writer ("Awakening")

@BRIANMBENDIS What a great day. It was a Spiderman/Powers TV show day and it was peppered with all kinds of behind-the-scenes info about the shield.

-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("Ultimate Spider-Man," "New Avengers")

@JAMALIGLE I think I can walk away from Supergirl proudly. We kicked ass on this series. I'm glad I took the job in spite of my misgivings.

-Jamal Igle, Artist ("Firestorm," "Supergirl")

@bradmeltzer Congrats to my pal @BobSchreck for the new EIC job. Gave me my first break in comics. I owe him forever for that.

-Brad Meltzer, Writer ("Identity Crisis," "Justice League of America")

@skottieyoung You're going to be a famous comic artist. Yes, it's true. Oh yeah, you're not rich though so calm the f down #tweetyoursixteenyearoldself

-Skottie Young, Artist ("New X-Men," "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz")

Deep Thought for the Day:

@DanSlott Being the manager for the girl's varsity volleyball team will ONLY get you 8 "big sisters" and no dates... #tweetyoursixteenyearoldself

-Dan Slott, Writer ("The Amazing Spider-Man," "Avengers: The Initiative")

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