This is the latest in a series giving you the cultural context behind certain comic book characters/behaviors. You know, the sort of then-topical references that have faded into the “foggy ruins of time.” To wit, twenty years from now, a college senior watching episodes of Seinfeld will likely miss a lot of the then-topical pop […]
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In hardcover:David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks is down one spot, finishing the week at number 7.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons is down six positions, ending the week at number 19.Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane is down three positions, ending the week at number 20 (trade paperback).
In hardcover:David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks is down two spots, finishing the week at number 6.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons is up two positions, ending the week at number 13.George R. R. Martin's A Game of...Show More Summary
"Winds of Winter" is the next installment to George R.R. Martin's highly popular "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series more popularly know as "Game of Thrones." While there are still no solid dates for when the next book is coming out, fans are already speculating as to who will die.
George R. R. Martin is known for his detailed, occasionally borderline pornographic descriptions of food, but wine fuels intrigue, and intrigue is what makes the Seven Kingdoms go around. A map of Westeros wine country is already available...Show More Summary
NEW YORK — It's not often that Hodor gets a chance to speak his mind, but New York Comic Con gave him the perfect outlet. Actor Kristian Nairn, who plays the gentle giant on HBO's Game of Thrones sat down with Daniel Portman — the lady...Show More Summary
"A wood of stubborn sentinel trees". Telltale Games has published a fresh teaser image for its upcoming Game of Thrones series, pulling another evocative line from George R.R. Martin's fantasy fiction. Click here to read the full article
Fans of George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire saga love to speculate about what will happen next. With two books (of seven) to go, the identity of the eventual occupant of the Iron Throne is anyone's guess. But if the Warlocks of...Show More Summary
There was a lot of controversy over the upcoming Cersei (Lena Headey) nude scene in George R. R. Martin’s Game of Thrones season 5. Things got so hot that the local church denied the production the rights to film the scene on church property. Then HBO was able to work out a deal and the […]
In hardcover:David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks is up two spots, finishing the week at number 4.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons is down four positions, ending the week at number 15.George R. R. Martin's A Game of...Show More Summary
(Image: HBO) George R.R. Martin's slaughter of the inhabitants of Westeros and Essos appears random, but there are clear patterns that can detected and extended mathematically. Dr. Richard Vale, a professor of mathematics at the University...Show More Summary
When it comes to George R.R. Martin?s A Song of Ice and Fire, or even HBO?s Game of Thrones, the conversation is always about who may or may not die, because this world is filled with surprising deaths. So much so that statistician Richard Vale has figured out a way to analyze the past to tell us who might not be around for the future. Click To Continue Reading
There are still many long months before HBO’s beloved "Game of Thrones" returns, and even longer until author George R. R. Martin finishes the next book in the series, but at least fans can drown their sorrows in another "GOT"-inspired beer from Brewery Ommegang while they wait.
George R.R. Martin‘s apparent willingness to kill off any character at any time means Game of Thrones / ASOIAF is a more difficult storyline to predict than most. But that doesn’t stop fans from making their guesses anyway. Now, oneShow More Summary
Game of Thrones has long made fans understand that no character is safe. George R. R. Martin seemingly kills any character which he sees, doing away with what’s expected and instead putting the characters through a meat grinder as we make our way to the eventual conclusion of the tale. There’s always lots of speculation about […]
Tired of waiting for George R. R. Martin to finish the next book in the Song of Ice and Fire series? So is the University of Canterbury's Richard Vale: he's created a statistical model based on the series' previous tomes to predict what might be in...
In hardcover:Kim Harrison’s The Witch With No Name debuts at number 5.David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks is down three spots, finishing the week at number 6.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons maintains its position at number 11.George R. Show More Summary
Game Of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss made a lot of savvy choices when they began adapting George R. R. Martin’s epic fantasy series to the screen, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that hiring composer Ramin Djawadi to write the show’s main theme was one of their best. Show More Summary
Game Of Thrones meets the Wild West: After watching it, David Haglund can’t help but imagine a “Tarantino-directed spinoff movie based on characters created by George R.R. Martin.”