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DC Comics Becomes DC Entertainment – The Twitter Reactions

The comic book corner of the Twitterverse is alive and well today following major shakeups at DC Comics Entertainment, the return of Steve Jobs and developing news on the Disney/Marvel acquisition. Fortunately for followers, the reactions from pros and commentators alike are just as entertaining as any of today’s headlines.

Jasonaaron: A few weeks ago, I wrote for Marvel and DC Comics. Now I write for Disney and DC Entertainment. My head is spinning.

BeaucoupKevin: A definitive explanation of what the DC Comics restructuring means to you, the fan. http://is.gd/35goz

Philhester: Does it make me a geek if my important takeaway from the DC(E) news is that Paul Levitz is writing more Legion comics?

Robertliefeld: Glad to hear that Levitz got a golden parachute to go with his demotion.

Comixace: DC, Marvel, Apple…I’M AFRAID TO PEE!

Killkillkill: Unbelievable DC news, massive Marvel stuff later on @CBR, and Steve Jobs presentation at Apple. The internet is gonna break.

Zachoat: Maybe now someone will take a look at DC’s upcoming movie slate and say “What the hell is going on here? Jonah Who? Lobowhy? Deadwha?”

Toplessrobot: So… did I miss anything while I was gone? Probably not, right?

Bclaymoore: So, wait…Paul McCartney is writing the Legion of Super-Heroes?

Graemem: Last week: MarvelDisney. This week: DC Entertainment. Next week: Every other comic book company in the world joins together to form Voltron.

Kielphegley: Craziest nine days in comics history much?

Hermanos: Tomorrow’s news: every piece of paper in the world bursts into flame at once, all companies go digital, @comixology becomes new world power

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