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The site Politico recently examined the Twitter account of businessman and U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump (@realDonaldTrump) from its inception in 2009 to the present. Politico notes the significance of the account: “Today, @realDonaldTrump is a force, a newsmaker, an agitator, an American political phenomenon that combines the high profile of a presidential candidate with the reach and velocity of social media. It has more than 7.5 million followers. It has tweeted more than 31,000 times. It is a thing.”
Noting the absence of tweets from @realDonaldTrump on the topic of comics, Nothing But Comics ponders what Trump might tweet about comics, were he to take an interest.
At Nothing But Comics, we noticed that the social media network Twitter now allows its users to create polls. Although the polling feature is somewhat limited (you can only use two options in your polling), we were eager to give it a try.
So we’re asking Twitter users to declare whether or not they will be watching the new Marvel Netflix television series Jessica Jones when it debuts this Friday, November 20th. Based on the Marvel Comics series Alias by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, the TV series stars Krysten Ritter as Jessica, and David Tennant as the villainous Purple Man. You can learn more about the series here.
At Nothing But Comics, we noticed that the social media network Twitter now allows its users to create polls. Although the polling feature is currently somewhat limited (you can only use two options in your polling), we were eager to give it a try.
So we’re asking Twitter users to declare whether or not they will purchase the first issue of the new Image Comics series Huck this week. The comic’s creative team includes writer Mark Millar (Wanted, Kick-Ass, Jupiter’s Legacy) and artist Rafael Albuquerque (American Vampire, Blue Beetle, Ei8ht).
At Nothing But Comics, we’re fascinated by the new Vertigo comics series Unfollow. Written by Rob Williams and illustrated by Mike Dowling, the comic’s central premise is that dying social media billionaire Larry Ferrell decides to share his fortune with 140 people chosen by an app that suddenly appears on their phone or tablet.
The first issue got our attention; we were intrigued. And then we noticed that the Larry Ferrell character had a real-world Twitter account.
And then we were VERY intrigued!