Major Spoilers Question Of The Day:Sometimes A Gun In A Holster Is Just A Gun In A Holster (But Not Always) Edition


This week has been an interesting one for me on Twitter, as (after multiple recommendations from creators and fans alike) I finally followed legendary creator and comics historian Jim Steranko (@iamsteranko).  A man known for the rarity of his work as well as it’s exquisite quality, Steranko is also a fascinating real-life character (his career as an escape artist was said to have inspired none other than Jack Kirby to create a character based partly on him: Mister Miracle) and has used the 140  character limit in creative ways, telling long-form anecdotes from his storied career and being damn entertaining no matter the topic.  It’s the closest thing we’ll ever have to a real Twitter feed from Nick Fury or Batman, which begs a query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) reminds each Faithful Spoilerite that we’re all about hypotheticals, and thus “I don’t have/want/need a Twitter account” is counter-productive and kinda douchey, asking:  If you could befriend any fictional character on any theoretical social media, who would you most want to follow and WHY?