Tweeters had a lot to keep track of last night, and the diversity of discussion this morning reflected that. Neil Gaiman fans have been buzzing about HBO developing an "American Gods" adaptation, while Jon Favreau was monitoring reactions to the new "Cowboys and Aliens" trailer, and everyone with an opinion on Ayn Rand and a Twitter account seems to have something to say about the "Atlas Shrugged" film.
And somehow two posts addressed quantities of Batman, as Jock mentioned how much he has to draw right now and R. Stevens asked whether or not we're all maxed out on the Caped Crusader. These retweets and more made the day's rundown after the jump.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for April 15, 2011.
@KyleDHiggins Whoa, #hbo is developing American Gods with @neilhimself? Holy sh-- is that going to rock.
-Kyle Higgins, Writer ("Supreme Power," "Batman: Gates of Gotham")
@ronmarz "Atlas Shrugged" movie opens today. Target audience will be too busy fucking over the rest of society to see it.
-Ron Marz, Writer ("Green Lantern," "Witchblade")
@jock4twenty how many batman pages do i have to draw? so many. that's how many. yikes
-Jock, Artist ("The Losers," "Green Arrow: Year One")
@rstevens Have we finally reached Peak Batman? I personally think there is enough Batman to last us another hundred years!
-R. Stevens, Writer/Artist ("Diesel Sweeties," "LOLbots")
@Shortpacked Will Ferrell on The Office tonight sure looked like Mitt Romney.
-David Willis, Writer/Artist ("Shortpacked!")
@HackinTimSeeley Dear All Comedians. The 'comic fans don't get laid" jokes are played. Also, let's acknowledge that some kinky sh-- occurs among cosplayers.
-Tim Seeley, Writer/Artist ("Hack/Slash," "Ant-Man and Wasp")
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