Yearly Archives 2014

Game of Thrones Braavosi Filming: Stark and Lannister and Tyrell, Oh My!

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Game of Thrones continues filming across the Narrow Sea in Croatia. We’ve got pictures, courtesy Los Siete Reinos, of three major story lines. Better, they’re close ups, so we have really good views of everyone’s costumes. Spoilers, including book references … Continue reading

New Ned Stark collectible on sale tomorrow

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Threezero, the people behind the Tyrion Lannister figurine released earlier this year, have announced the subject of their next Game Of Thrones figurine: Ned Stark. They’re going to be accepting pre-orders at their store starting at 9pm Eastern on Sunday the 21st, … Continue reading

Happy birthday, George!

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Today marks George R.R. Martin’s 66th birthday! All of us here at WiC wish him a happy and productive year, with many more to come. Now, come join us in singing and dancing to the traditional Westeroisi song of celebration! … Continue reading

Charles Dance discusses return to Game Of Thrones Season 5…wait, what?

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When we last saw Lord Tywin Lannister, he was not, shall we say, in a condition that seemed conducive to further appearances on Game Of Thrones. Yet today, MTV, interviewing the actor on the Dracula Untold junket, asked the seemingly innocuous question, “Are … Continue reading

The WiCnet Awards: Season 4′s Best Sidekick

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Hello everyone! Welcome back to the Fourth Annual WiCnet awards. Or as I think of them (to borrow the structure of many awards shows out there), the WiCCiEs. This site has done awards for the previous Game of Thrones season … Continue reading

First Pictures from Game of Thrones Filming at Sibenik Cathedral

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OOOOOH. Don’t you just love the “Hurry Up and Wait” shots of everyone in costume waiting to start filming? So everyone knows, I am super excited for the scenes next season between Cersei Lannister and the man who will become … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin Campaigning for Senator Tom Udall

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We all know our beloved author of A Song of Ice and Fire keeps a very busy schedule, and has many varied and outside interests. That includes the politics of his home state, New Mexico. With the US election only … Continue reading

“Cripples, Bastards, And Broken Things”: WiC Remembers Season 1, episode 4,

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The specter of history overshadows everything in “Cripples, Bastards, And Broken Things”, an episode whose direct engagement with the recent past of the Seven Kingdoms was probably necessary, although maybe not entirely welcome. After all, the core problem for most … Continue reading

Game of Thrones Filming Continues In Belfast

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Man Bun Alert! @WiCnet saw Kit Harington today in Belfast! pic.twitter.com/q6udZVW88b — Brigit O’Hearn (@brigitohearn) September 16, 2014 Yes, that’s your future husband Kit Harington, in his street clothes wandering around Belfast. Thanks to Brigit for tweeting us that picture! … Continue reading

The Small Council: Who was the best one-season wonder?

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In this week’s installment of The Small Council, we take a look at the characters who were only around for a single season, yet left their marks on Game Of Thrones and our hearts. Who was your favorite one-season wonder?  Rebecca Pahle: … Continue reading

Speculation: On The Parentage of Certain Characters

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Over on Buzzfeed, bless their hearts, someone has run across a certain old fan theory and run it up the flagpole. (Don’t click that unless you want spoilers!) In some ways, I’m grateful. I made the discovery this summer that … Continue reading

Games Of Throne: How Crusader Kings 2 is the greatest Littlefinger simulator around

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Welcome to Games Of Throne, a new irregular feature on games and Game Of Thrones! As the media juggernaut of GOT/ASOIAF grows in strength, its influences and adaptations are going to increase in number. Game Of Thrones seems particularly well-suited … Continue reading



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