Last Week in Geek 9/1-9/7

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There are rumors that Greg Berlanti (executive producer of both Arrow and The Flash) is in active development for a possible Supergirl tv show.  With Berlanti behind this production we have high hopes that this series could find a home on a television network in the near future.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Wolverine’s first comic appearance, but this week marks the beginning of the end for this beloved Marvel character. Issue 1 of Death of Wolverine dropped this week and over the course of four issues we’ll see a seemingly invulnerable hero finally fall.

“Life will find a way.” And apparently it did so on a major scale! Scientists discovered a new, supermassive dinosaur and they have named it Dreadnoughtus schrani. Because why wouldn’t you name the largest dinosaur ever discovered after a giant battleship?

Have you ever spent a weekend playing The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and wondered about all of Link’s potential romantic partners? Don’t worry, Mallory Ortberg of The Toast has got you covered with a full ranking of how those relationships would play out.

A preview of the Star Trek: Into Darkness gag reel has been released online in advanced of the Blu-Ray 4-disc Star Trek Compendium that includes the both Star Trek films directed by J.J. Abrams.

Do you want a good look at what Vision will look like in The Avengers: Age of Ultron? Well, now’s your chance!

Lastly, it’s possible one of the most iconic moments of The Walking Dead comics is going to be reworked for a different character on the show. Here there be spoilers, so tread carefully. We’re excited to see where this is going–are you?

On Avenging Force

Dragon Con used up all of our mental and physical reserves, so we didn’t get back into the swing of posting until it was time for our Five by Friday. So a look a our Top Five Best (and Top Five Worst) Things About Dragon Con 2014 and you can live Dragon Con vicariously through us.

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