"Game of Thrones" fans got the rare chance of meeting George R. R. Martin in person at the 74th World Science Fiction Convention 2016. However, they failed to squeeze details about the release date of "The Winds of Winter," the forthcoming sixth novel of "A Song of Ice and Fire" series.
The Boars, Gore, and Swords book club reading of the Boiled Leather chapter order combining George R.R. Martin's A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons continues onwards. On this week's "Mugs, Thermoses, and Tea Cups," Ivan and Red cover Samwell I (AFFC 6), Jon II (ADWD 8), and Arya I (AFFC 7). Show More Summary
“Game of Thrones” book fans — plus show fans who troll the Internet for spoilers — will know all about Lady Stoneheart and her haunting presence in George R.R Martin’s novels. Those same fans have been waiting with baited breath to see if the HBO series would ever incorporate her story into the show, but […]
It's a well-known fact at this point that HBO's Game of Thrones has moved beyond the plots George R.R. Martin has published as part of his popular A Song Of Ice And Fire Series. Here's why one new plot happened.
Usually, Game Of Thrones fans can predict which characters the new season will bring based on who we have yet to meet in George R.R. Martin's book series. But since the HBO fantasy hit has officially outpaced its source material, the casting breakdowns for Season 7 are that much more mysterious! The vigilant Crows over at Watchers [...]
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George R. R. Martin will hold his own lineup of activities at the Worldcon 2016, however, fans should not expect that he will be dropping some good news about "The Winds of Winter," the highly anticipated sixth book of "A Song of Ice and Fire" series.
A thousand years ago the old Earth Empire collapsed. Most of its amazing technology was lost and the galaxy settled back into a period of decline. But one of the Empire's old seedships, the Ark, has been rediscovered. With its cargo of ferocious beasts and genetically-engineered plagues, the Ark can lay waste to entire star systems. Show More Summary
WARNING: GAME OF THRONES SPOILERS AHEAD. Scroll down below this photo of George R.R. Martin to continue. (...)
A profile of the prosecutor who let Trayvon Martin's killer escape justice shows that at least she's really good at locking up young people, hooray.
The news last week that Universal had taken out an option on the Wild Cards shared world superhero series seems to have awoken some renewed interest in the franchise. Wild Cards has been an ongoing project since 1987, now encompassing...Show More Summary
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The sixth season of HBO’s adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones demonstrated one of the key differences between novels and television. The mass medium of television brings with it certain expectations by its audience and producers, hoping to curry favor for repeated patronage, sometimes ignore their instincts and give the fans what they […]
With the end of HBO's Game of Thrones on the horizon, George R.R. Martin fans have been starting to preemptively mourn the loss. Well, cheer up! Because there's already another Martin adaptation for television in the works.
The lawyer said there were parallels between the Raleigh shooting and the 2012 Florida shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Even though George R.R. Martin is based out of New Mexico, and, while Game of Thrones isn’t technically shot in England (although a lot of the shooting is handled in Northern Ireland), its cast is primarily British, its mythos is heavily...Show More Summary
His sci-fi anthology series could debut on television “in the next year or two.”
“Game of Thrones” author George RR Martin has revealed he will release a “very special” edition of “A Game of Thrones”, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first book in the “Song Of Ice And Fire” series. Martin confirmed via his blog that the...
George R.R. Martin has revealed (via his livejournal– never change, George) that Universal Cable Productions has acquired the rights to adapt Wild Cards for television. Universal Cable Productions is a part of NBCUniversal, and […]