‘The Walking Dead’ Episode 3, ‘Yo Gabba Gabba!’ And Mark Waid’s iPad In Today’s Twitter Report

Somewhere in Indiana, someone is probably walking around with Mark Waid’s iPad, and he’s none too thrilled about it. If you’ve been following his updates over the last 24 hours, you’ve been witness to an update roller coaster as the device was left on a plane, temporarily tracked, and then lost again. The Twitter Report hopes the culprit can still be brought to justice though.

And speaking of things walking around, the third episode of “The Walking Dead” ran on AMC last night. Mark Brooks appreciates everyone who held off on their tweets until it was over, while Kevin Mellon prefers to experience his zombie stories through a non-traditional medium. Find out if you’re jealous after the jump, where you’ll also see a reaction to “Megamind” and who gave the false impression to his followers that he went to see “Yo Gabba Gabba!” alone and was forced to explain himself.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for November 15, 2010.

“The Walking Dead” pt. 1: @MarkBrooksArt You know a TV show is good when Twitter goes practically silent while it’s on. #walkingdead
-Mark Brooks, Artist (“Cable & Deadpool,” “Dark Reign: Young Avengers”)

“The Walking Dead” pt. 2: @marcbernardin I like that during The Walking Dead, AMC ran a trailer for @GunnerGale’s Aliens. Nice little in-joke for those in the know. Like all of us.
-Marc Bernardin, Writer (“The Highwaymen,” “The Authority”)

“The Walking Dead” pt. 3: @kmellon I’m not watching the Walking Dead on TV but I do have @tonymoore webcam me his dramatic reading/stagings of each issue he drew.
-Kevin Mellon, Artist (“Gearhead,” “Hack/Slash”)

@skottieyoung I thought MEGAMIND was a blast. I feel like there should be a few more comics like that out there. Funny with great superhero battles.
-Skottie Young, Artist (“New X-Men,” “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”)

@BRIANMBENDIS for those who clearly didn’t see the smiley emoticon. of COURSE i took my kids to yo gabba gabba, why on earth else would i go??!!
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer (“New Avengers,” “Ultimate Spider-Man”)

iPad pt. 1: @MarkWaid Left my iPad on the Delta flight to LAX, didn’t realize it until I walked in the door at home. I’ll never see it again, will I?
-Mark Waid, Writer (“Kingdom Come,” “Irredeemable”)

iPad pt. 2: @jonrog1 @MarkWaid contact the airline directly at your destination airport – they’re pretty thorough on cleaning out the pockets
-John Rogers, Writer (“Blue Beetle,” “Zombie Tales”)

iPad pt. 3: @MarkWaid @jonrog1 Thanks, but I’ve tracked it back to an industrial part in Indy. Some lucky SOB nicked it off the return flight. I hope he dies.

iPad pt. 4: @MarkWaid Mark Waid
Update: Thief wiped the iPad this morning because it’s no longer receiving messages I send to it. It’s now untraceable. Die, you thief.

Deep Thought for the Day:

@eliopoulos I’m reading the Twain biography on my iPad and came across this. 100 years ago Twain predicted the iPad. Right? http://twitpic.com/374qkc
-Chris Eliopoulos, Artist/Writer/Letterer (“Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers,” “Misery Loves Sherman”)

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