Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin has given away a rare, first-edition, copy of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. This particular volume contains illustrations created by Tolkien himself. The donation was made to Texas A&M University. According...Show More Summary
Last week, I saw Barbara Walters’ list of “The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014.” It included interesting thinkers like Elon Musk (watch his TED Talk) and George R.R. Martin (the author of Game of Thrones), along with crowd-pleasers like Taylor Swift and Oprah. But reading this list of almost exclusively marquee names made me think about some of the people [ … ]
Topic: Academic Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries today acquired its five millionth volume, a rare first-edition of J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1937 classic The Hobbit—a gift from award-winning sci-fi/fantasy author George R.R. Martin, creator...Show More Summary
“No matter how much I make up, there’s stuff in history that’s just as bad, or worse.” – George R.R. Martin (iTunes, Indie Merch. Guitarist Alex Wade adds: We’re really excited to release the official video for Let Me Burn. It’s our first time trying a story based video versus a performance video with us […]
Leaked Script Pages from the Season 5... Ahead of the April 12th premiere, script pages have leaked for Game of Thrones S05E01. Submitted by: mikescollins Regular Keywords: game of thrones got hbo George R. R. Martin tits boobs jugsShow More Summary
'Winds of Winter' not included.
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He's certainly not the first writer to get his own toy but good lord, if he isn't one of the best. It's a huggable, loveable, favourite-GoT-character-killable George R. R. Martin doll! We want one so bad we're willing to let Winds of Winter get delayed again just to have one right now. Read more...
On Wednesday, Game of Thrones fans got some huge news that everyone is still talking about. According to George R.R. Martin, author of the books on which the popular HBO show is based, the show’s creators plan to kill off characters who did not die in the book series. Show More Summary
If you read George R.R. Martin’s best-selling “A Song of Ice and Fire” series and thought that as a result, there would be no surprises in the popular HBO show based on the books, think again. Martin is obviously deeply involved with...Show More Summary
HBO’s Game of Thrones, let alone its George R.R. Martin source material, is known for its intense scenes of… Read More
Celebrated novelist George R.R. Martin appeared at the Writers Guild West Awards event this weekend. Much to the surprise of many fans, it was revealed during the interview that apparently, "Game of Thrones" showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are more vicious than him when it comes to character deaths.
Warning: This article may contain spoilers for Games of Thrones fans. Fans of Game of Thrones should be used to the bloody deaths of their favorite characters, but even hardcore readers of the A Song of Ice and Fire series upon which...Show More Summary
Faithful readers of George R. R. Martin’s bloody and harrowing A Song of Ice and Fire are going to be in for… Read More
For fans upset that Winds of Winter won't be released this year, don't fret Hasbro and HBO are teaming up to create Game of Thrones Monopoly, a game that will take you longer to play than it takes George R. R. Martin to write the books. See...Show More Summary
"Game of Thrones" creator George R.R. Martin announced last Saturday that the show's Season 5 will have what he called "shock deaths."
For years, readers of George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" series have rested safely, securely, and often smugly in the knowledge that, no matter what else happens in this crazy, mixed-up world, at least they knew who was about to die on Game of Thrones. Not anymore. At... More »
George R.R. Martin has warned fans to expect more shocking deaths when "Game of Thrones" Season 5 premiers this April.
Winter is coming, all right, and it's going to be a lot chillier than George R.R. Martin forecast.
Season five of HBO's GoT may bring surprises that loyal readers aren't expecting. News by Raine Winters The grisly nature of the deaths on HBO’s Game of Thrones is well known, inciting fan-made memes internet-wide. Thus far, loyal readers...Show More Summary