Captain Lou Albano, Avengers Cupcakes, And 'Hellraiser' Costumes In Today's Twitter Report

TwitterLike all lovers of "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!" Ivan Brandon led a procession of tweets regarding the death of Captain Lou Albano this morning. Nevertheless, the mustachioed wrestler and actor will be fondly remembered across the Twittersphere today no matter how events unfold.

Greg Rucka, meanwhile, just wanted to get on a plane yesterday, but was a apparently too excitable for the airline he was flying. Check out what both of those writers had to say, along with wisdom from Stan Lee, a great Halloween costume for the young ones and Avengers cupcakes from the folks at Marvel.

It's all in the Twitter Report for October 14, 2009.

@ivanbrandon RIP captain lou albano. it's like my whole childhood is lining up to die.

-Ivan Brandon, Writer ("Viking," "NYC Mech")

@ruckawriter Epic fail United airliness/SkyWest. I'm at LAX. The plane? Over the Pacific. Ran to the gate. Was told I was "frightening" people.

-Greg Rucka, Writer ("Whiteout," "Queen & Country")

@ToddNauck http://twitpic.com/lgrsu - Got this in the mail. Should 5 yr olds be fans of Hellraiser? That ain't right!

-Todd Nauck, Writer/Artist ("Teen Titans," "Wildguard")

@Paul_Cornell is really *loving* Stargate Universe. I'm as surprised as you are. Voyager done right. No SG knowledge needed. Character.

-Paul Cornell, Writer ("Wisdom," "Captain Britain and MI: 13")

@GeoffJohns0 Wow. Biggest Loser is insane this week. Yes, I watch this show because @JillianMichaels rules.

-Geoff Johns, Writer ("Blackest Night," "The Flash")

@CBCebulski Avengers cupcakes!! http://twitpic.com/li541

-C.B. Cebulski, Writer ("X-Men Fairy Tales," "Wonderlost")

@BRIANMBENDIS there was no one funnier on the planet today than george takai on the howard stern show. holy jeez!!

-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("New Avengers," "Ultimate Spider-Man")

Parting Wisdom for the Day:

@smilinstanlee I hope tweeting catches on. Wouldn't it be cool if things like income tax instructions hadda be written in 140 letters or less?

-Stan Lee, Writer ("The Amazing Spider-Man," "Ravage 2099")