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Posted at 11:30 AM ET, 08/ 7/2010

'Riffs Picks: The Week's TOP 10 COMICS TWEETS

By Michael Cavna

From the Green Lantern movie to the Justin Bieber biopic, it was an intriguing week in comics-world tweets for Twitter's superheroes. Here are The Ten Tweets that most caught the ever-watchful eye of @ComicRiffs:

10. @GeoffJohns0:
GREEN LANTERN IS WRAPPED!!!! Finished the last shot today!!! Celebrating in New Orleans. :)

9. @MattBors:
I filed ten comics to my syndicate last night. I can't even describe how it feels to be that far ahead.

8. @CBCebulski:
I want to slap some of these kids who're calling themselves "colorists". Color is about theory and lighting, not all flashy Photoshop BS.

7. @DRUNKHULK:
DAVID HASSELHOFF CAREER LIKE TRICERATOP! MORE DRUNK HULK EXAMINE! MORE DRUNK HULK REALIZE IT NEVER EXIST!

6. @leeunkrich:
Last night Toy Story 3 became the biggest animated film of all time in the UK/Ireland!

5. @God_Damn_Batman:
The Batman doesn't need shark repellent. Sharks need Batman repellent.

4. @Rob_guillory:
Harvey votes are due this week, folks. If you think we deserve to win, show some love: http://www.harveyawards.org/

3. @FrankMillerInk:
Regarding my Captain America's politics, he'd make our enemies cry. He, himself, would not

2. @kanyewest:
they put my tweets with NewYorker cartoons hilarious!!

1. @warrenellis:
"Paramount has made a deal to turn Justin Bieber's life story into a 3D feature biopic." I give up. Good night, Twitter.

By Michael Cavna  | August 7, 2010; 11:30 AM ET
Categories:  The Top Tweets  | Tags:  Comics on Twitter  
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