BACK-ISSUE BIN: Marvel Movies, The Walking Dead, And ‘Doctor Who’ Deleted Scenes!

Another week is over here at Splash Page HQ, and this one was all over the charts when it came to which subjects had readers, well… reading.

Along with the requisite amount of Marvel movie buzz, “The Walking Dead” managed to shamble its way into the week’s Top 10 headlines. Also making an appearance was my favorite topic of conversation, “Doctor Who,” and you have no idea how happy that made me.

From Mike Tyson to “Smallville,” the week’s most popular headline fodder wasn’t easy to predict, but here’s how it all ended up when the week drew to a close. The Top 10 stories on Splash Page begin now, counting down to the week’s most popular post.

10. Chris Hemsworth + Mike Tyson = Thor?

9. Check out all the other Marvel movies getting a shout-out on the “Iron Man 2″ DVD and Blu-Ray!

8. No Wasp? Joss Whedon says Black Widow will be the only female Avenger in Marvel’s upcoming team-up film.

7. Could “Battle Angel Alita” come before an “Avatar” sequel? James Cameron says it might happen!

6. Neil Gaiman’s deleted “Doctor Who” scene made this week’s top stories. You have no idea how proud I am of each and every one of you.

5. Last week, we knew very little about “X-Men: First Class” beyond the cast. Now, we might know too much!

4. Robert Kirkman explained why writing episodes of “The Walking Dead” television series is “like going home again.”

3. What’s that? The first trailer for “The Walking Dead” TV series? It’s like Christmas… with zombies!

2. Marvel hires a screenwriter for the “Iron fist” movie… and there was much rejoicing.

And the week’s top story was…

1. New info about who’s returning (and who isn’t) for the final season of “Smallville” on The CW!

That’s it for now! And if you’re looking for something to do this weekend, why not read comics in public? It’s what everyone else is going to be doing!

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