The production work for the season 2 of the most awaited superhero's series "Legends of Tomorrow" started recently and a few promos have also been revealed which are creating a positive buzz in the media and also on the social networking sites.

Marc Guggenheim, the executive producer for the series had revealed that episode 13 of season 2 is titled "Land of the Lost." On the social networking site Twitter, he posted the first page of the episode script on Wednesday. It is speculated that the episode may have more dinosaurs than the previous one.

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Season 2 - 'Legends of Tomorrow'

"Legends of Tomorrow" Ep. 13 is in production," Marc Guggenheim tweeted yesterday. He revealed that episode 13 follows the story of the Marshall family which is trapped in an alternate universe inhabited by lots of dinosaurs; small ape-like humanoids called Pakuni and devolved green lizard creatures called Sleestak.

The superheroes are speculated to be facing more dinosaurs in this upcoming episode as it was named "Land of the Lost" which seems to have been taken from the popular children's Tv series with the same title which was originally aired on NBC during late 90's.

Reportedly, the legends in this episode are not likely to team up with the Marshall family and their friends to take down Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) and Eobard Thawne (Matt Letscher) as "Land of the Lost" is not a property owned by DC Entertainment.

Episode 13: 'Land of the Lost'

One more likely scenario is that the legends will be discovering a Dinosaur Island, a mysterious uncharted island located somewhere in the South Pacific. The island is known for its high population of dinosaurs and other animals that would otherwise be extinct in the normal world.

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The series (season 1) premiere was prefaced with a special airing on January 19, 2016, titled "DC's Legends of tomorrow: Their Time Is Now". It featured the origin stories of the heroes and villains of the season, as well as show clips and interviews.