There's something special about watching geek heroes geeking out about the nerdy things they love. Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin is a huge fan of Marvel comics, and he talks about his love, as well as shares a letter he had published in an issue of Fantastic Four back in the day in an upcoming History Channel documentary about comic book superheroes.
Back in 1963, George R.R. Martin, who only had one “R” to his name back then, sent a letter to Marvel to praise Fantasic Four issue #17, saying it was probably the best comic of all time. Here’s a video from the History channel showing the author reading his old letter to us. Show More Summary
Believe it or not, Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin is a huge comic book fan. Martin grew up with very little money, and as such, he never traveled far when he was young, and that limitation is what led him to be the creative person he is today. Show More Summary
When he’s not ruthlessly killing off our favorite A Song of Ice and Fire characters off left right and center, George R. R. Martin spends his time being one of the most adorable fanboys around. Read more...
Even the most dedicated “Game of Thrones” fan probably isn’t fluent in Dorthraki or High Valyrian, the two fictional languages spoken in George R. R. Martin’s epic series. But that’s about to change. The University of California at Berkeley is offering a summer class in the Dorthraki’s native tongue. Show More Summary
Industry legends will offer commentary on America's most iconic superheroes in HISTORY's two-part special, Superheroes Decoded. The post Stan Lee, George R.R. Martin & More Join HISTORY’s Comic Book Special appeared first on CBR.
With help from Stan Lee, George R.R. Martin, Brad Meltzer, and some Marvel Studios' stars.
While George R.R. Martin takes his time with writing the 6th book in A Song of Ice and Fire (and …
Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin gave us the Red Wedding, beheadings, and hordes of killer ice zombies But even he can’t stomach United Airlines. SEE ALSO: People are trolling United Airlines with these brutal new slogans "I...Show More Summary
LiveJournal, the famed home of teenage angst and George R.R. Martin, has changed its user agreement to require compliance with the domestic laws of the Russian Federation - and that could be potentially awful for political and LGBTQIA content.
George R.R. Martin, author of the A Song of Ice and Fire series on which Game of Thrones is based, will sign a new development deal with HBO, the writer said in the comment field of his LiveJournal. Martin (often shortened to GRRM by his fans) mentioned the development deal while answering a...
Fantasy author George R.R. Martin has finally reveals why work on his signature Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series is taking so long. In an exclusive exclusive, he reveals the truth. Exclusively: George R.R. RoboCop's first experimentation with cybernetics was only a modest success. Show More Summary
They will kneel, or they will burn. I will show no mercy.- GEORGE R. R. MARTIN, The Winds of WinterBeing Ser Patrek of King's Mountain certainly has its perks! ;-)
Westeros may have once only existed in the mind of Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, but last night, it came to life at the Forum in Inglewood. The popular HBO series took to the stage on its current Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Tour. At the core...
If you’ve ever looked on with envy at the seeming ease with which George R.R. Martin lays waste to countless inhabitants of his carefully-constructed fantasy world, you’ll soon have the chance to get in on the wholesale slaughter of Westeros. Show More Summary
Dark Sword Miniatures, who have been producing high-quality miniatures based on George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire novels for a decade, are now working on a tabletop wargame with CMON Games. The new game will initially pitch Houses Stark and Lannister against one another. Show More Summary
Look, we all know how hard it is to get stuff done. It’s especially hard when you feel pressure. Like, the kind of pressure that might bear down on you to finish a long-running and desperately popular book series-turned-TV-obsession. So it makes sense that George R.R. Martin, whose A Song ... More »
Emmy winner George R.R. Martin, whose life we all know is all about moving pictures on the big and small screens, has just started a nonprofit production company in Albuquerque. Called the Stagecoach Foundation, it’s a 30,000-squareShow More Summary
George R.R. Martin has established a new film studio, which can't bode well for fans waiting for him to finish the remaining Game of Thrones books.