Geek Out's week in review

Here's a look back at some of the stories that had the geek world abuzz this past week:

Sad week for UK Whovians: "Doctor Who Confidential" was canceled. [The Guardian]

Catwoman (not to mention Starfire) was causing a fuss, both in the comics... [Comics Alliance]

...And when a photo of Anne Hathaway's costume (with ears!) leaked. [Washington Post]

The opening credits for "American Horror Story" freaked everyone out. [EW]

Nathan Fillion, Tim Daly and Michael Rosenbaum were announced as cast members for the straight-to-DVD animated "Justice League: Doom." [TV Guide]

Speaking of Fillion, he once again got to let "Castle's" geek flag fly on this week's episode. []

"The Walking Dead" cast and crew finally opened up about former showrunner Frank Darabont ("This will always be Frank's show," said Jon Bernthal). [EW]

A new "Mortal Kombat" movie is in the works. Cue the techno theme song. [@WarnerBrosENT/Los Angeles Times]

New photos from "Marvel's The Avengers" revealed Joss Whedon in between takes with the cast, and Thor looking more like Fabio than ever. [EW]

The first look at the final season of "Chuck" made fans simulatneously giddy and sad. [NBC/Hulu]

Seth Rogen is still the geek who made good. [CNN; iReport interview]

LARPing in Croatia! That is all. [iReport]

Conventions this weekend:
– APE 2011 (San Francisco)
– Anime Weekend Atlanta
– Nashville Comic and Horror Fest)
– Webcomics Con (Norwalk, Connecticut)
– And last but not least, happy birthday Walt Disney World!