Images via A version of this post originally appeared in May 2014. Leave it up to Mordi Levi, the creative mind behind Game of Firms, to give us the world of George R. R. Martin in a fragmented glory that elicits the fragmented morality of its universe. Show More Summary
With the season five premiere of 'Game of Thrones' right around the corner, DNAInfo Chicago recently pointed out that author George R.R. Martin has an extensive history with the city of Chicago. [ more › ]
Lil Thrones is coming. Well, probably not, but George R.R. Martin wants you to watch a sneak peak of his cartoon Game of Thrones spin-off nonetheless. If one can get past the blood, decapitation and uncensored eunuchs, then it's a completely...Show More Summary
(YouTube link) As it has been done many times for more innocuous TV shows, George R.R. Martin was easily convinced to take his very adult stories from Game of Thrones and spin them off into an animated version aimed at children. Luckily, it will most likely only be one episode, as it was produced by Team Coco. Show More Summary
i09 conducted a detailed and interesting interview with George R.R. Martin concerning his A Song of Ice and Fire book series. Here is an excerpt : "Q. Are there scenes in the Song of Ice and Fire series that you dreamed up 20 years ago, that you're finally writing? Moments you were excited to get to at last? A. Show More Summary
Author George R.R. Martin teams up with 'Conan' to show how 'Game of Thrones' would look like as an animated series with 'Lil Thrones'. [...]
Season 5 of HBO’s fantasy hit based on George R. R. Martin’s novels finds people on the move, on the road and in a couple of picturesque new settings.
Still confused about this year's Hugo nominations controversy? Kameron Hurley wrote a great rundown of how it happened, and why it matters. Meanwhile, George R.R. Martin has written three blog posts about this issue in the past 24 hours or so, all worth reading. Read more...
After publishing an initial blog post yesterday afternoon addressing the controversy surrounding this year's Hugo Awards ballot, A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin went on last night to engage with sci-fi and fantasy fans on both sides of the debate and to share several pieces of writing about the fiasco that he's calling 'puppy-gate.'
If you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention. Speaking from personal experience as someone who feverishly inhaled George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, I can attest that watching Game of Thrones with non-readers has its advantages and disadvantages. Show More Summary
There's a reason why George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones books are so dang long. The story that has gripped our nation for years is so complicated, with hundreds of important...
Spoiler alerts obviously. George R.R. Martin enjoys making you fall in love his characters and then ruthlessly destroying them when you are least expecting it in the most violent way imaginable. In advance of the Season 5 premiere of...Show More Summary
The HBO series is rewriting Westerosi history, with spectacular results
This afternoon George R.R. Martin, author of the A Song of Ice and Fire series, took to his Livejournal to address a growing controversy that, although seemingly niche even relative to the already niche world of geekdom, is indicative of a problem in Internet culture overall. And yes, 'gate' is unfortunately an applicable term here.
Martin has revealed how characters who are alive in the books will see their downfall and more. This week he shared his feelings about the changes Game of Thrones has made to accommodate different deaths. Click To Continue Reading
The HBO show has a history of killing off people who are alive and well in the books, with Martin noting he doesn't " have any right to veto or approval." read more
In the “Game of Chairs” you either win, or you die. Well no, you don’t actually die because you’re a muppet and this is Sesame Street. But if George R.R. Martin were involved, things might be a little different. Just in time for theShow More Summary
Last week, patron saint of procrastinators George R.R. Martin got all of geekdom to stop breathing down his neck by … Read More
Nothing reigns consistently in HBO’s Game of Thrones (and George R.R. Martin’s “Song of Ice and Fire” book series that inspired it) except Valyrian steel, a magical sword material. Valyrian steel is, of course, extremely not real. But materials scientist Ryan Consell took a look at its chemistry anyway. Read more...