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Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire and Prequels

Set to air worldwide in July, next year’s season of Game of Thrones will be its last. As with seasons six and seven, this closing chapter will be based on an outline of George R.R. Martin’s as yet unpublished ‘The Winds of Winter’ and ‘A Dream of Spring’, the final tomes in his epic series ‘A Song […]

A wedding of Ice and Fire: A Game of Thrones-inspired wedding

Our wedding was inspired by Game of Thrones. In addition to simply loving the world of A Song of Ice And Fire, Game of Thrones played a major part in our relationship. Our relationship started veering into "dating" territory when we started to play A Game of Thrones: The Card Game. It all spiraled from there. Here's how we planned our wedding of Ice and Fire...

Seven new spider species from Brazil named after 7 famous fictional spider characters

(Pensoft Publishers) Characters from 'A Song of Ice and Fire,' 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets,' 'The Lord of the Rings,' 'The Silmarillion,' H. P. Lovecraft's 'The Call of Cthulhu' and the children's favorite 'Charlotte's Web'...Show More Summary

The Lily and the Lion

Like many other speculative fiction readers, it's thanks to George R. R. Martin that I discovered the excellent The Accursed Kings by French author Maurice Druon. As the main inspiration for A Song of Ice and Fire, I was eager to give this series a shot. Show More Summary

What’s George R.R. Martin Doing Today?

George R.R. Martin is a very busy man! He’s in fact so busy that he just cannot finish the sixth book in his “Song of Ice and Fire” series, even though the “book” already aired on HBO. Here is a series of comics by Rock Paper Cynic that takes a look at some of the […] The post What’s George R.R. Martin Doing Today? appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

There's A Reason Game Of Thrones' Dragons Might Make You Blush

In George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, the author devotes a lot of time to fleshing out and differentiating between the various personalities of Daenerys' three dragons. HBO's Game of Thrones has done the same, albeit to a lesser extent, choosing instead to focus primarily on Drogon, the largest of the dragons. More »      

Syfy’s ‘Nightflyers’ Will Have a 10-Episode First Season, Says George R.R. Martin

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

There are procrastinators, then there’s George R.R. Martin. The Song of Ice and Fire author may have stepped back from his executive producer role in HBO’s Game of Thrones to focus on finishing his long-in-the-works book The Winds of...Show More Summary

Rhaegar Targaryen: Love or Fate

(PG-13: Language) Arguably the most important character in A Song of Ice and Fire, Rhaegar Targaryen was the archetypal golden boy. Yet he knowingly condemned millions of people to death. Alt Shift X submits one of the most popular fan theories regarding this insane story.

The Tax Implications Of Game Of Thrones

In a recent post of mine I referenced Game of Thrones (“GOT”), which is an HBO TV series based on the book collection “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George R.R. Martin. A commentator asked “Would it surprise you to know that some of your readers don't have the...

Fantasy Artist John Picacio On Bringing Iconic Game Of Thrones Characters To Life

You may not know who John Picacio is by name but, if you've been a fan of A Song of Ice and Fire, then you've seen his work illuminating the world created by George R.R. Martin's books. The award-winning illustrator helped define the...Show More Summary

GoT Meets Tech Giants: Who Could Be What!

Game of Thrones is probably the biggest fantasy show of our times. Based on books by George R.R Martin, ‘The song of Ice and Fire’ tells a tale of knights and kings. Of dynasties destroyed with the blink of an eye. The 7th season of the epic series has ended and its followers have a long two year wait ahead of them. Show More Summary

Atlas of Ice and Fire: Mapping George R.R. Martin's World

3 months agoGenres / Fantasy : The Wertzone

As hopefully everyone is aware, I also blog at Atlas of Ice and Fire, where I'm mapping the history, geography and narrative of A Song of Ice and Fire (and throwing in some stuff for other fantasy series as well). Today I completed the...Show More Summary

Roy Dotrice, 'Game of Thrones' Actor and Audio Book Narrator, Dies at 94

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

Roy Dotrice, a veteran character actor known in his later years for a guest turn on "Game of Thrones" and his narration of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" audio books, has died. He was 94. The British actor enjoyed a decades-long acting...Show More Summary

These Are The Last Directors Game Of Thrones Will Ever Have

The last season of Game of Thrones is approaching, and HBO has announced who will be at the helm for its final days -- this includes the two guys who brought A Song of Ice and Fire to life in the first place. More »      

A Song of Ice and Input

Tired of waiting for George R. R. Martin to finish his next Game of Thrones novel, a software engineer has developed a neural network to write the book instead (via The Digital Reader). Pair with this consideration of how the HBO series is going off-book and breaking all the rules. The post A Song of Ice and Input appeared first on The Millions.

A Neural Network Has Written The Next Game of Thrones Book.

Take heed fellow humans, the age of Skynet is upon us. Ok, maybe it isn’t here yet, but we may be witnessing it in its infancy, as an artificial intelligence unit has written the next installment in the A Song of Ice and Fire series....Show More Summary

AI Beats George R.R. Martin to Writing ‘GoT’ Book Six

5 months agoTechnology / Gadgets :

These are difficult times Game of Thrones fans live in: The penultimate TV season ended Sunday, leaving viewers reeling until 2019. While the sixth novel in George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice […] The post AI Beats George R.R. Martin to Writing ‘GoT’ Book Six appeared first on

The ‘Game of Thrones’ Season Finale May Have Confirmed a Truly Wacky Fan Theory

5 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

George R.R. Martin‘s A Song of Ice and Fire novels are so dense and rich with detail that they’ve inspired hundreds of theories from fans over the years as they’ve scrutinized and re-scrutinized the text in the years between novels. HBO’s television adaptation is no different. Show More Summary

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