Chris Evans As Captain America, 'Caprica' Canceled, And Weezer In Today's Twitter Report

Captain AmericaChris Evans' Captain America look has now been outed to the world, and the comics world is reacting. A couple of creators have reservations though.

The same can probably be said for "Battlestar Galactica" fans who (or weren't) watching SyFy's "Caprica" series, which has officially been cancelled. David Willis and Andrew Bell both sounded off about that move. Find out if you share their sentiments down below, along with whose palce of work Guillermo del Toro stopped by and how Tony Moore felt about the "Walking Dead" premiere.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for October 28, 2010.

Captain America pt. 1: @jpalmiotti hmmm, captain america looks a little too colorful in real life.

-Jimmy Palmiotti, Writer ("Jonah Hex," "Painkiller Jane")

Captain America pt. 2: @ronmarz Looking forward to Captain America movie, but new Butch Guice Cap pages are more exciting to me than photos of Chris Evans as Cap.

-Ron Marz, Writer ("Green Lantern," "Witchblade")

@Jon_Favreau The great Guillermo del Toro stopped by editing today and got a sneak peek of some work in progress.

-Jon Favreau, Director ("Cowboys and Aliens," "Iron Man 2")

"Caprica" pt. 1: @Shortpacked Sarcastically shocked Caprica is cancelled. Genuinely shocked it's being pulled off the air effective immediately.

-David Willis, Writer/Artist ("Shortpacked!")

"Caprica" pt. 2: @deadzebra Which one of you jerks canceled Caprica.. on my birthday!?

-Andrew Bell, Artist ("The Creatures in My Head")

@tonymoore Walking Dead premiere was truly surreal. Everyone involved was so incredibly warm & appreciative. still can't fully wrap my brain around it

-Tony Moore, Artist ("The Walking Dead," "Fear Agent")

@gabrielhardman No matter what Netflix says, I have to doubt Danny Kaye was in Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 3.

-Gabriel Hardman, Artist ("Agents of Atlas," "The Black Cat")

Deep Thought for the Day:

@KevinColden Weezer is like the abusive boyfriend that I keep taking back. Why do I keep doing this to myself?

-Kevin Colden, Writer/Artist ("I Rule the Night," "Fishtown")

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