When people on the Internet write about Game of Thrones, they have to mark themselves: either they’re someone who has read George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire or someone who hasn’t. We split our coverage of the show into “Experts”...Show More Summary
"Adorable" is not an adjective often used when describing HBO's Game of Thrones; nor can it be used in reference to George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. Powered by LittleBigPlanet 3, however, the show's theme does have a certain charm...
For years, A Song of Ice and Fire fans have argued over the true nature of Coldhands, a mysterious, vaguely undead character who assists Bran Stark in his journey north of the Wall. Is he, as many argue, actually Bran's long-vanished uncle Benjen in disguise? Now, thanks to one intrepid Redditor, we... More »
A book needs stars as a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge. George R.R. Martin doesn't have a problem getting people to talk about the Song of Ice and Fire books, but that doesn't mean everyone is a fan. Many Amazon users...Show More Summary
There are plenty of theories related to the Game of Thrones universe, and if there?s one thing we know about George R.R. Martin, the author of the Song of Ice and Fire series, it?s that he loves shooting down fan theories. Here's the latest theory the man has shot down. Click To Continue Reading
“A Song of Ice and Fire” books are long, they’re laboriously detailed, and if George R. R. Martin dies before the series is finished, it will be the greatest tragedy of modern fantasy storytelling. It is known. In fact, it’s so widely...Show More Summary
A popular fan theory on the identity of one of George R.R. Martin's most mysterious A Song of Ice and Fire characters may have just been debunked—and by a simple trip to the library. Spoilers for the series, including possibly for unpublished material here! Read more...
This story will make no sense to people who just watch GAME OF THRONES.
Um, I can't even report the news here without it being a spoiler for those who know certain things about the Game of Thrones TV show, the A Song of Ice and Fire book series, or even just one pertinent behind-the-scenes fact. Do not read unless you want news that could destroy one of GoT's most popular fan theories. Read more...
George R.R. Martin will show "The Interview" on Christmas. The "Song of Ice and Fire" series author owns the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe, N.M., one of the independent theaters that has decided to screen the controversial comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco about the fictional...
George R.R. Martin (previously) visits the CollegeHumor offices to ruin Christmas in a violent holiday sketch. The Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire author asks the CollegeHumor staff what they want for their favorite characters, and then learns an important lesson about the meaning of Christmas before turning the tables. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
One of the most anticipated returns of early 2015 is Season 5 of "Game of Thrones."HBO is stoking that "A Song of Ice and Fire" craving with a year end/upcoming teaser trailer for all of the shows coming in the year to come. There is...Show More Summary
Fantasy writer George R.R. Martin whose popular book series "A Song of Ice and Fire" was adapted to create the HBO hit series "Game of Thrones" called Sony Pictures and major movie theaters corporate cowards Wednesday for cancelling the release of the controversial movie, "The Interview" and offered to show it in his own theater instead.
The hackers behind the Interview incident have elicited both anger and fear from American moviegoers. A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin (pictured, via) has publicly expressed great fury towards Sony for pulling the film from theaters. Here’s an excerpt from Martin’s blog post: “I haven’t seen The Interview. Show More Summary
The Game of Thrones TV show is part of the ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ Universe, although differing from …
George R.R. Martin has made it onto the 2014 edition of Barbara Walters’ “10 Most Fascinating People.” Martin earned his place on Walters’ list due to the great popularity of the A Song of Ice and Fire book series and the Game of Thrones TV adaptation;...Show More Summary
Most of us have at least a vague idea of how we think George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novels, and the Game of Thrones TV series, will end. But those expectations are shaped by the usual course of epic fantasy — and as Winter is Coming points out, Martin has maintained an ambivalent, arms-length relationship with that genre. Read more...
The War of the Five Kings might be one of the bleakest collections of events in A Song of Ice and Fire, the series on which HBO's and Telltale's Game of Thrones is based. The entire continent of Westeros is at war, heroes are slain,Show More Summary
In George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series, anyone can play the Game of Thrones, including little-known House Forrester. Telltale Games, the house behind video gaming hits like The Wolf Among Us and The Walking Dead, have brought … Read more ›
Since we first heard Telltale was going to extend George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire universe even further into video games, I've been dying to get my hands on a Bolton. I mean, a video game controller. Then a Bolton. Will I get my chance? Find out in the new trailer for Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series.