In the meantime, Ben Templesmith seems to have discovered that the announcer from “The Hunger Games,” Claudius Templesmith, shares a name with him. His response and reactions to Lady Gaga’s performance and the return of “Doctor Who” ranked atop our favorite tweets of the last 24 hours.
I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for August 29, 2011.
“The Hunger Games” pt. 1: @Templesmith Who do I sue to get my name changed in this Hunger Games thing then. There can be only one Templesmith & I’m legal bitches!
-Ben Templesmith, Writer/Artist (“30 Days of Night,” “Welcome to Hoxford”)
“The Hunger Games” pt. 3: @faitherinhicks Of course Katniss needs some guy to tell her how strong she is, how else will she know??? :P
-Faith Erin Hicks, Writer/Artist (“Zombies Calling,” “The War at Ellsmere”)
@joe_hill New episode of Doc Who: funny, hypersmart, and satisfying. Bravo @steven_moffat.
-Joe Hill, Writer (“Locke and Key”)
@BrianLynch Say what you want about Lady Gaga, but she brought on Brian May at the MTV Awards.
-Brian Lynch, Writer (“Angel: After the Fall,” “Monkey Man Unleashed”)
Beyoncé pt. 1: @MrAdamFreeman I bet Beyonce has a wind fan present in the delivery room.
-Adam Freeman, Writer (“Dark X-Men: The Beginning,” “The Highwaymen”)
Beyoncé pt. 2: @mrmarkmillar Can we just end the speculation now and consider this my official statement on the matter? I have nothing to do with Beyonce’s pregnancy…
-Mark Millar, Writer (“Kick-Ass,” “Wanted”)
Beyoncé pt. 3: @McKelvie Beyonce and Jay-Z’s baby is going to grow up with an insane “Uncle Kanye”. Brilliant.
-Jamie McKelvie, Artist (“Phonogram,” “Siege: Loki”)
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