“It’s like chasing butterflies and trying not to crush them.”
“There’s a limit to how many people even I can kill.”
VFX company Mackevision has released this incredible video of the effects used in Season 4 of Game of Thrones. Turns out in Westeros NOTHING is real.
The prolific and frequently adapted writer has written an episode of CBS’ Under the Dome, but the series still diverges greatly from his original novel. As far as King is concerned, that’s part of the thrill of adaptation.
The latest season of HBO’s hit fantasy drama looked perfect from far away, but up close it was a big old mess. WARNING: Spoilers through the season finale.
Who were you betting on? WARNING: This post is one huge spoiler.
George R.R. Martin can never leave well enough alone.
I swear by the old gods and the new that this will help you catch up before the Season 4 premiere Sunday, April 6 on HBO.
All men must die, but not before you prove how much you really love A Song of Ice and Fire.
Plus 5 reasons U.S.A. shouldn’t be too sad about losing to Canada, the 17 most uncomfortable Game of Thrones moments, and why you should stop drinking coffee in the morning.
“Things are a bit tense right now,” Tyrion says. Understatement.
It’s hard to be a woman on television without the internet saying horrible and disgusting things about you. From Skyler White to Dana Brody to Hannah Horvath, let’s look at how these female characters were disparaged this year.
An employee at a U.K. branch of Waterstones put a marker in every page on which a death occurs, proving just how ruthless George RR Martin is.
Westeros is even more rich and complex than you thought!
Obsessive Game of Thrones fans know that to watch the show is to be blown away by its vastness — especially in regard to its cast. After constantly wondering how much time the actors are actually on screen as the show whips around its huge world, I decided to find out — so I calculated the screen time for the top 68 characters in the HBO drama’s most recent third season.
Happy birthday, George. Here’s to many more. Seriously, many, many more. You’ve got some books to finish.
George R.R. Martin, you wanton seductress. When Teshara noticed something amiss with their copy of A Feast For Crows they knew the best response was screencaps for posterity.
Guess he didn’t like being called a “great bearded glacier.” Author Neil Gaiman also made a surprise appearance at the Paul & Storm event to help smooth things over.
Everyone’s more adorable in yellow. Amazing cartoons by Belgian artist Adrien Noterdaem. (via drawthesimpsons.tumblr.com).
Dragons and death are a plus; torture and tedium are not. UPDATED with Season 4 episodes. SPOILERS ahead!
Ae you listening, George RR Martin?
The third book in George R.R. Martin’s series is so massive and action-packed that HBO split it in two. Now that Season 3 is over, what could be to come? Beware, huge spoilers ahead!
George, please, just, please stop. It’s too much to handle.
If we don’t laugh, we’ll cry. And if we cry, we’ll rock back and forth in the fetal position and never stop. (Warning: Massive spoilers inside!)
The moment book fans have been dreading finally happened. And we may never recover. WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILERS AHEAD.
And here is an interview with one of the key players. SPOILER ALERT.
You go and play your game of thrones: just know who’s really running the show.