Ugh, you guys, something terrible just happened. George R. R. Martin admitted that some fans have puzzled out how the Song Of Ice And Fire series is going to end. More
Topic: George R. R. Martin
We’re a little less than a week out from the season four finale of Game of Thrones, and I don’t know about you guys, but I’m pretty exhausted. See, I’m one of those nerds who read the books before I watched the show, and my brain is getting tired trying to keep track of all the ways that the plots are diverging. More
Okay, everybody whisper, because we don’t want to scare him and ruin it, but we have some actual physical proof that George R. R. Martin is working on the sixth book in the Song Of Ice And Fire series, The Winds Of Winter. NO STOP IT QUIT SCREAMING YOU’LL SPOOK HIM. More
George R. R. Martin has released a preview chapter of the next book in the A Song Of Ice And Fire series, called The Winds of Winter. That’s the HBO show Game Of Thrones, for those of you who don’t read books. More
George R. R. Martin hosted a Game of Thrones panel at Comic-Con yesterday and took the opportunity to give carefully thought-out insight on the show. Just kidding, he talked about sex and boobies. More
Back in July, we presented to you, Gentle Readers, our dream cast for the second season of HBO’s hit show Game of Thrones, based off George R. R. Martin’s book series A Song of Ice and Fire. Nearly two months later, casting is starting to wrap up, so we thought we’d take a moment to introduce you to the actors who will actually be donning their armor and stepping into Westeros. More
As is the case with any good pop culture phenomenon, HBO’s series Game of Thrones has spawned not only a huge fan following, but perhaps more importantly, a ton of everyone’s favorite procrastination tool: Memes. We here at Crushable HQ have shared a few of our favorites over recent weeks, but you know what? There’s just so many glorious Game of Thrones memes out there that we’ve decided to round up the best of the best for your reading and procrastinating pleasure. In the Game of Memes, you win or… well, you really just win. Let’s begin with:
Game of Thrones, HBO’s fantastic television adaptation of the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin, finished up its first season last Sunday, and boy, was it a doozy. The last couple of episodes were all doozies, come to think of it; if there’s one thing you don’t generally expect when it comes to television shows, it’s that so many main characters end up dying. Naturally, there were some pretty violent reactions to some of these deaths– one in particular– and yes, I see where you’re all coming from. Here’s the thing, though: Sometimes characters, even the ones you love, need to die. And here’s why.
[P.S: Here there be SPOILERS, in case you haven't already figured that out.] More
Comedian Sara Benincasa didn’t want to be left out of the obsession with Game of Thrones, which aired its first season finale last night on HBO. So even though she hasn’t seen any episodes or read any of the George R. R. Martin books, she is going to talk about how much she loves the show anyway. More
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Last night, the first season of Game of Thrones finished up in an appropriately spectacular fashion. Forget everything you think you know. Shit’s about to get real. Ready? Aaaaaaand go!
We’ve already seen a Game of Thrones/The Room crossover, so I can’t help but wonder what other magnificent crossovers might be in the HBO epic’s near future. Case in point: Buffalo Speedway artist Yehudi Mercado’s Game of Thrones of Muppets. Naturally, as the noblest Muppet around, Kermit the Frog takes on the role of Ned Stark. There are only four images in the series at present, but more are to come. I don’t know about you guys, but I kind of want to see Rizzo the Rat as Joffrey. Check out who Mercado cast as Cersei Lannister, Robert Baratheon, and Khal Drogo after the jump! More
We had a bit of a break from the “major character deaths” thing on Game of Thrones last week, but this week it’s back full-force, and it’s a game changer at that. Who gets it this time? For that matter, how MANY “who’s” get it this time? Find out here! More
This week on Game of Thrones, Westeros finds itself on the brink of war as the Lannisters prepare to face off with the Starks, while meanwhile, zombies are attacking the Wall. Who’s leading the charge? Read on to find out! More
Tally up another major character death in this week’s episode of Game of Thrones– and it’s certainly not a turn for the best. The landscape of Westeros shifts and betrayals abound. Who’s betraying who? Find out here! More