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TV Club: Game Of Thrones (experts): “The Gift”

This Game Of Thrones review is written for those who have read George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire. It will not explicitly spoil events from those books that have not yet been adapted into the series, but it will occasionally refer to future events more broadly in the interest of exploring the process of adapting them into a series. Show More Summary

How Can ‘Game of Thrones’ Earn Back Its Viewers’ Trust?

After spending over 40 hours of air time in Westeros, viewers who have stuck with Game of Thrones this long shouldn’t be, and aren’t, surprised by the presence of sexual violence. A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin has spoken out about the role of rape in realistic fantasy, the contradictory-sounding genre his books pioneered. Some critics —  … Read More

Game of Thrones Novel Covers in Japan Are Awesome in a Manga Style

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

The Japanese publishing house Hakayawa commissioned artist Norko Meguro to design cover images for George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire. The resulting style is immediately recognizable for anime and manga fans. The covers offer fresh takes on characters that fans of both the novels and TV show have grown to love and hate. Show More Summary

Video: The world of Game of Thrones recreated in Minecraft

George R. R. Martin is said to have first started writing A Song of Ice and Fire back in 1991, believing that he could tell his story in a trilogy of novels and probably wrap it all up before the start of the Third Millennium. This didn't quite go to plan, did it? 24 years later and we're still on book five of seven. Show More Summary

Peter Dinklage Reminds You That His Game of Thrones Character Is Still Alive

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Video Link) Who is still alive in Westeros? My personal theory is that George R.R. Martin will conclude The Song of Ice and Fire by killing every single human being in Westeros and Essos, leaving only one person alive to take the Iron Throne. Show More Summary

TV Club: Game Of Thrones (experts): “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”

This Game Of Thrones review is written for those who have read George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire. It will not explicitly spoil events from those books that have not yet been adapted into the series, but it will occasionally refer to future events more broadly in the interest of exploring the process of adapting them into a series. Show More Summary

Graph: Which Game Of Thrones Episode Corresponds To Which Book Chapter

This is the work of a Grand Maester. Joeltronics made this very useful graph that shows which episode of Game of Thrones the TV show corresponds to which chapter and which book in the A Song of Ice and Fire books (aka the Game of Thrones books). That way you know what’s been shown when and what’s been omitted in the story. Warning, potential spoilers! More »      

How Does History Influence George R.R. Martin?

2 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

For A Song of Ice & Fire series author George R.R. Martin, history is a constant muse. The TED-Ed team has created a six-minute lesson that focuses on “the wars that inspire Game of Thrones.” The video embedded above explores the similarities shared between the events and players of the Wars of the Roses and Martin’s beloved epic fantasy story. Show More Summary

TV RECAP: ‘Game of Thrones’ – S5E5 – “Kill the Boy”

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

The fifth episode of Game of Thrones season five is a bittersweet departure for longtime fans of the show that have been resting on their Song of Ice and Fire book knowledge. All of sudden everyone who saw the Red Wedding coming two seasons ahead are finding themselves actually surprised! This of course makes those […]

TV Club: Game Of Thrones (experts): “Kill The Boy”

This Game Of Thrones review is written for those who have read George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire. It will not explicitly spoil events from those books that have not yet been adapted into the series, but it will occasionally refer to future events more broadly in the interest of exploring the process of adapting them into a series. Show More Summary

Game of Thrones: 9 Major Differences Between the Show and the Books

Even if you've never read George R.R. Martin's a A Song of Ice and Fire series, you're probably aware that the Game of Thrones showrunners have taken some serious liberties in adapting their source material. Some of the changes makeShow More Summary

Westeros Google Map Poster Needs Walking, Horseback and Hodor Routes

Hey Google, here’s a great April Fools’ Day idea for next year. Redditor selvag depicted A Song of Ice and Fire‘s place not to be in the style of Google Maps. Westeros’ and part of Essos’ …

Game of Thrones Modern Map

Planning a trip to Westeros? Redditor selvag depicted the fictional continent from A Song of Ice and Fire in the style of Google Maps. The poster is available in three sizes. OK Google, what’s the best sushi place in The North?

George R.R. Martin's Tale About an Elvis Impersonator

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Since 1991, George R.R. Martin has been busy killing off your favorite characters from the epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire. But before he was writing about the kings of Westeros, Martin paid the bills by writing about a different...Show More Summary

GRRM Leggings

Does this bearded face make my butt look big? That’s what you’ll be asking when you slip into these GRRM Leggings, bringing author George R.R. Martin closer than you ever imagined. Next time you’re kicking back reading A Song of Ice and Fire or watching Game of Thrones, you might want to wear these leggings. […]

‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Disappointed About Death Scene [Spoilers]

One Game of Thrones star has admitted that he was disappointed about his death scene. Well, not the actual scene, but at the decision that his character was being written out of it. A Song of Ice and Fire lovers will know that his character has not been written out just yet. Show More Summary

TV Club: Game Of Thrones (experts): “Sons Of The Harpy”

This Game Of Thrones review is written for those who have read George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire. It will not explicitly spoil events from those books that have not yet been adapted into the series, but it will occasionally refer to future events more broadly in the interest of exploring the process of adapting them into a series. Show More Summary

References and Homages in A Song of Ice and Fire

4 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Most fans have been able to spot the similarities between George RR Martin’s character Samwell Tarly and JRR Tolkien’s Samwise Gamgee. Martin was a huge fan of Lord of the Rings since the books were first published in the USA, so it’s no surprise he left a few homages to Lord of the Rings and some of his other favorite works in his books. Show More Summary

The Japanese Covers for A Song of Ice and Fire are to (All Men Must) Die For - Cover-based book judgement all the way.

4 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Japanese publisher Hayakawa's A Song of Ice and Fire covers have been around for awhile, but their extreme gorgeos-ity knows no statute of limitations.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Loves Teasing Readers with Fake Game of Thrones Spoilers

last monthFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

With David Benioff and Dan Weiss feeling free to veer wildly from George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series, non-book readers will soon find themselves on equal ground, and that's gotta feel good. Honestly, while it's cool.....

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