Rick Perry, Vampire Rules And Art Posts In Today’s Twitter Report

Now that Texas Gov. Rick Perry is all in for the Republican presidential nomination race, we’ll surely be seeing his name a lot more frequently in the feed. Joe Hill requested a different type of GOP debate between Perry and Mitt Romany last night, while Jonathan Hickman was stuck on rules that vampire stories need to adhere to.

It was a great weekend for artwork, though. Joshua Luna teased his next project, and Mike Norton tweeted some sketches he made at Wizard World Chicago. Their work, a truly awesome Dazzler/Psylocke piece by Janet Lee and news of an unusual birthday present made the list of tweets that brightened our Monday morning.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for August 15, 2011.

@joe_hill Debate I most want to see: Rick Perry’s hair argues w/Mitt Romney’s hair over which better represents the modern GOP: Vitalis or Brylcreem?
-Joe Hill, Writer (“Locke and Key”)

@jpalmiotti Amanda bought me a great bear suit for my birthday because I always say stuff like ” wouldn’t it be great to drive in a bear suit” and such.
-Jimmy Palmiotti, Writer (“Jonah Hex,” “Painkiller Jane”)

@MarkBrooksArt Watching Evangelion 2.22. The storytelling, visuals, and character design are so good that they should be taught in art school.
-Mark Brooks, Artist (“Cable & Deadpool,” “Dark Reign: Young Avengers”)

@JHickman B—s—. I saw Lost Boys, you can’t take back an invitation for a Vampire to enter your house. There are rules, people. #RULES
-Jonathan Hickman, Writer (“Fantastic Four,” “The Nightly News”)

@LunaBrothers Josh: Here’s a sneak peek of a new solo comic project I’m working on. pic.twitter.com/fEhSTKg
-Joshua Luna, Writer/Artist (“Girls,” “The Sword”)

@Janet_K_Lee Disco Dazzler + British Psylocke sketch. pic.twitter.com/aO3CzyC
-Janet Lee, Artist (“Return of the Dapper Men”)

@themikenorton Chicago Comic Con sketch – Magneto yfrog.com/h8koucyej
-Mike Norton, Artist (“Gravity,” “Blue Beetle”)

@Christosgage The note I get most from editors: “Can we get a more current reference here?” HALL & OATES STILL TOUR DAMN IT!!
-Christos Gage, Writer (“Union Jack,” “Absolution”)

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