Game of Thrones fans might have been shocked, or even angry, after seeing last Sunday's episode. But don't expect Thrones author and show constultant George R.R. Martin to soften up his storylines. Dying is just part of life in Westeros.“We've all seen the movie where the hero is in trouble, he's surrounded by 20 people, but you know he's going to get away,” he told Conan O'Brien on Thursday night's show. “I want my readers or my viewers to be afraid when my characters are in danger. I want...Read Full Story
(From HBO)Prestige TV drama lives and dies by its most memorable, most shocking moments. Not even Mad Men, which so successfully fulfills its audience through full immersion into a place and time, can resist the occasional lawn mower or suicide or kitchen knife on a stick. But more than any other show, Game of Thrones' shocking moments really are shocking.Thanks to the sustained success of the show's source material, and the books' fans' obvious devotion to the characters, Game of Thrones...Read Full Story
See the full-size version on JuicySquid.comWatching Game of Thrones has become an arduous task. If you aren't an avid reader of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novels, then your mind goes into overdrive while watching one episode of the series. You always have a family tree in front of you trying to keep track of who's related, who murdered whom, who slept with whom, who has a dragon, who has magical powers, etc. It is quite jarring.To add to the growing web of characters, we are...Read Full Story
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