Yesterday in the Nerd Verse… March 26th, 2015

The new Avengers have assembled and the lineup is: Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, Vision, Ms. Marvel, Nova, and Ultimate Spider-Man. Source: The Verge

As if my anxiety about The Walking Dead finale wasn’t eating me alive enough, today Executive Producer, Gale Anne Hurd, revealed that viewers should expect some very somber moments and devastating losses. Haven’t we suffered enough?! Source: EW

Funko revealed a new Faded Vision Pop! figure today that they decided to add to their new Marvel lineup. The new Vision is made to match up with Vision from Avengers: Age of Ultron. Source: FunKo

In other action figure news, Funko is also releasing a super awesome line of old school looking The Flash and Arrow figures. Source: Comicbook.com

Everyone’s favorite Campbell, Bruce Campbell  himself, has joined the cast for the second season of Fargo. Season two will be a prequel to the first season and Bruce Campbell will be playing Ronald Reagan. Wait, what? Source: TV Line

There is a new Mortal Kombat X trailer out and it revealed that Liu Kang and Kung Lao are undead, playable characters. Now that is freaking awesome.Check out a brilliantly bloody trailer here! Source: Comicbook.com

A new company called Double Take is launching three new comics that will all be part of The Ultimate Night of the Living Dead. All stories take place in the universe from the 1968 film and frankly they sound freaking awesome. Two out of the three titles called Rise and Z-Men will be written by Jeff McComsey, and the third called Home will be written by Peter Aquero. Source: Bleeding Cool

Sam Taylor-Johnson has confirmed that she will not be back to direct the sequel to 50 Shades of Grey, 50 Shades Darker. Oh god, what will I do? How can I go on? I suppose I’ll just have to continue not giving a shit, not seeing the movies, and thinking the books were absolutely un-readable. Source: Deadline

And just for fun, Andrew Olszewski recut footage of The Lego Movie to make it seem like a horror movie. It’s kind of scary how well it worked out, and totally worth a watch. You can check it out here!