Beyond Nerdvana: G4 morphing into GQ?

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Variety has the scoop that G4 may be undergoing a rebranding early next year. As Kotaku puts it, “G4 As We Know It Is As Good As Gone.” I more or less said as much a few months back when Kevin Pereira and Adam Sessler departed from the Comcast-owned network. Expect something more like GQ magazine than the wacky, geeky cable channel once known as G4 TV and TechTV.

The Big Bang Theory doesn’t return with new episodes on CBS until Sept. 27, but you can catch a promo that hints at trouble in Sh-Amy land. TV Guide

Smallville has been off the air more than a year, but the Superman prequel is still making headlines (and not just for the recent comic book continuation). A dispute over the CW series’ profits is heading to a jury. The show’s creators and producers say Warner Bros. Television owes them as much as $100 million. Robot 6 At Comic Book Resources

Speaking of DC origin stories … Wonder Woman might be getting the Smallville treatment on CW. Vulture

A 20-year gay couple got married at Dragon*Con in Atlanta last weekend — and of course they did it in Marvel-ous fashion. It was a re-creation of Dustin Weaver’s cover for Astonishing X-Men #51, which recently depicted the highly publicized wedding of Northstar and Kyle Jindau. Comics Alliance

Who does Doctor Who star Matt Smith think should be the first actress to play the traveling Time Lord? SciFiNow has the answer.

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