Wil Wheaton has a rummage through his garage, Simon Pegg on that Trek poster and tributes to Karen Berger, all in the latest Tweets of the Week .
Where else, other than Twitter, could you discover the contents of Wesley Crusher’s garage? Perennial SFX top twitterer Wil Wheaton took to our favourite social networking site recently to, er, live tweet a rummage through his garage. But, of course, as any geek worth their salt knows, there’s treasure to be in any collection, particularly one belonging to someone as geeky as Wheaton. Here are some of our favourite finds:
I think Paramount sent out TNG press kits in this metal briefcase in 1987. pic.twitter.com/XuEL7Fwa
I have the entire original star trek on vhs. Weird to get rid of these beloved tapes because I have dvds and Netflix. pic.twitter.com/4z5SKGts
Due to popular demand, some of the artifacts I'm uncovering in my garage will be charity auctioned in the very near future.
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Lot of comments about the Gherkin in the Trek poster. Why is that strange? St Paul's has been standing for 500 years.
@ thejillthompson Karen Berger gave me my first DC Comics job on WonderWoman. I'm happy to say I pencilled the first Vertigo issue of Sandman.
@ andydiggle Thank you, Karen Berger, for everything. Best of luck in whatever you choose to do next.
@ JamesGunn It was a lot more fun when most of the controversy surrounding me was because I consider 28 Days Later a zombie film.
I'll also keep Grim Fandango and Full Throttle and make Tim do embarrassing things to get them from me.
@ radiomaru every concept would be better if applied to batman, including citizen kane, rosemary's baby, casablanca, and assassin's creed III