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Why Telltale’s Game of Thrones is 6 Episodes Long

Five episodes isn't enough to match George R. R. Martin's "epic story."

‘Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series’, An Episodic Adventure Game Based on HBO’s Adaptation of the Book Series

2 days agoOdd : Laughing Squid

Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series is an episodic adventure game by Telltale Games that’s based on the HBO adaptation of George R.R. Martin‘s book series, A Song of Ice and Fire. The game specifically begins near the end of season three of the show and ends near the beginning of season five. According […]

The World of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin, Elio M. Garcia, Jr. and Linda Antonsson

The World of Ice and Fire is a companion volume to George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire novels, primarily written by Elio M. Garcia, Jr. and Linda Antonsson, the founders and administrators of the Westeros.org website who have also worked as continuity guides and fact-checkers for the last couple of novels in the series. Show More Summary

10 'Game of Thrones' names you're probably saying wrong

A big part of creating a convincing fantasy world is having it seem just different enough from our own to still be recognizable. Many of the names and locations George R.R. Martin came up with for "A Song of Ice and Fire" -- the book...Show More Summary

The Newsroom: A Fantasy Network Reality Show. An Activist Analysis

Aaron Sorkin writes more fantasy than George R.R. Martin. The Newsroom is Sorkin’s latest. I watch SF and fantasy for entertainment first and if I get some some insights into human nature and into a different world that’s a bonus. The season three opener of The Newsroom was useful in both these ways and also [...]

Turkish military forces to ban Game of Thrones

From Washingtonpost.com:The hit HBO series "Game of Thrones" is no stranger to controversy. The fantasy drama, based on the novels of George R. R. Martin, is known for its grisly violence and explicit sex, including one episode which...Show More Summary

George R.R. Martin Denies The Craziest ‘Game Of Thrones’ Fan Theory

GeorgeR.R.Martintookyetanotherbreakfromkillingeverythingwelove andwritingTheWindsofWintertopromotethebookTheWorldofIce&Fire andgiveaninterviewtoHuffPo.HerevealedwhichoneofthestrangeGameOfThronesfantheories heconsiderstobethecraziestofall.

'Game of Thrones' Author George R.R. Martin Debunks Fan Theory

'Game of Thrones' creator George R.R. Martin shoots down a fan theory that he has actually completed writing the Song of Fire and Ice books. [...]

The Wit and Wisdom of George R.R. Martin

For our recent Encounter piece, we spent the better part of three days with Game of Thrones mastermind George R.R. Martin. During that time, the author, who has just released The World of Ice and Fire, a faux-historical compendium, was in a particularly voluble mood. Martin touched on a vast... More »

'Game of Thrones' author hates Geno Smith, too

'Game of Thrones' author George R.R. Martin is like any other red-blooded Jets fan. He understands death, torment, torture, pain and the frailty of the human condition. Sometimes he channels this into his novels, other times he hates...Show More Summary

‘Game of Thrones’ author George R.R. Martin celebrates Jets’ win by trash-talking Geno Smith

“Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin is a noted Jets fan, so you’d think he’d be pretty happy that New York stunned just about everyone by beating the Steelers on Sunday. Nah. Martin has recounted his football-watching Sunday in his latest Live Journal entry, saying he “woke up this morning expecting a long day […]

'Game of Thrones' Creator -- Geno Smith Sucks

He lost 7 games in a row. He lost the starting job. And now Geno Smith has lost the support of a HUGE NY Jets fans... "Game of Thrones" creator George R.R. Martin. Martin is such a big Jets fan, he writes a blog about the team -- and in his most…

Why Turkey’s military wants to ban ‘Game of Thrones’

last weekNews : BlogPost

The hit HBO series "Game of Thrones" is no stranger to controversy. The fantasy drama, based on the novels of George R. R. Martin, is known for its grisly violence and explicit sex, including one episode which had some viewers convinced they had witnessed both rape and incest. The lurid nature of the show has led it to […]

Why Turkey’s military wants to ban ‘Game of Thrones’

last weekNews : BlogPost

The hit HBO series "Game of Thrones" is no stranger to controversy. The fantasy drama, based on the novels of George R. R. Martin, is known for its grisly violence and explicit sex, including one episode which had some viewers convinced they had witnessed both rape and incest. Read full article >>

George R.R. Martin Just Shot Down This Epic Fan Theory

Game of Thrones is a popular TV series with a huge fandom based on a set of fantasy novels that also have a huge fandom. With that in mind, it?s no surprise that random theories crop up related to the series on a regular basis. Most of the time, A Song Of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Show More Summary

The Best and Most Authentic-Looking Robert Baratheon And George R.R. Martin Cosplays Ever [Pic]

Redditor wheeliejuice writes: A friend of mine does cosplay as Robert Baratheon. He ran into another cosplayer today. I think they both nailed it. [Source: Reddit | Via FG]

Not-Very-Long Read: “George R.R. Martin on What Not to Believe in Game of Thrones“

Anybody still interested in Game of Thrones? Jennifer Vineyard, in NYMag: Why, you might ask, is George R.R. Martin offering us a new book (The World of Ice and Fire) that’s not the new book (The Winds of Winter)? Because he can’t stop writing about Westeros! (Along with Essos, Sothoryos, and Ulthos, of course.) “I [Read more...]

Even Robert Baratheon Bows Down To This George R. R. Martin Cosplay

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Did you do a double take? Because at first glance, we didn't even realize there were two cosplayers in this picture. Read more...

This week's New York Times Bestsellers (November 3rd)

In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones is down two positions, ending the week at number 19.

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