Los Angeles-based tweeters seemed a little confused last night, thanks to a riot that broke out at the premiere for a documentary called “Electric Daisy Carnival Experience.” Marc Bernardin shared some insight into that, while Brian Denham mourned the loss of a naked Wolverine sketch he drew last week at Comic-Con International. Find out what happened and how much it sold for down below.
I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for July 28, 2011.
@BrianDenham I drew a pretty badass pic of a nude Wolverine on a sketch cover at Comic Con. My buddy sold it for $5 when I left the table. D’oh.
-Brian Denham, Artist (“Iron Man: Hypervelocity,” “Man-Thing”)
“Powers” pt. 1: @Oeming Powers is filmed in a style that feels like a blending of noir from Seven and the harshness of the Shield via Eisner. Not kidding.
-Mike Oeming, Writer/Artist (“Powers,” “The Mice Templar”)
@marcbernardin The Hollywood Boulevard riots explains why there are helicopters in the air tonight. Every other night, however, is still a mystery.
-Marc Bernardin, Writer (“The Authority,” “The Highwaymen”)
@oliviawilde Kimmel was a blast. Hope the Jonas Brothers don’t sue me. @Jon_Favreau tried to upstage me with a Tumbleweed but I still love him.
-Olivia Wilde, Actress (“Cowboys and Aliens”)
@petergkrause Just got back from Cap movie. Has that serial feel. Tommy Lee Jones is fantastic.
-Peter Krause, Artist (“Irredeemable,” “Power of Shazam”)
@evilkalman Watched RANGO. Mayor looked like shit. Every single other thing was amazing. Also shades of Road Warrior meets Blacksad meets Chinatown.
-Kalman Andrasofszky, Artist (“NYX: No Way Home,” “Dazzler”)
@Rob_guillory How anyone can interview Grant Morrison and NOT ask him about how he apparently hung with aliens is beyond me. Maybe I’m just a dumb kid.
-Rob Guillory, Artist (“Chew”)
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