Yearly Archives 2014

WiC Weekly: November 16-22

By Rowan Kaiser on

Time for another round of our best and most popular articles of the week! Make sure you didn’t miss anything…. Time for the weekly roundup! Biggest news of the week: @telltalegames released their Lena Headey-voiced trailer: http://t.co/RDAjSAEOC4 — Winter is … Continue reading

The WiCnet Awards: Season 4′s Best Performance as a Politician

By Cameron White on

The WiCnet Awards continue! Last week’s Best Special Effect went to an absolutely jaw-dropping over-the-Wall shot from the epic penultimate episode. This week, we’re looking at the season’s Best Performance as a Politician. Find your inner Machiavelli when you vote … Continue reading

Telltale reveals new characters for Game of Thrones adventure

By Rowan Kaiser on

In addition to releasing their trailer for “Iron from Ice” yesterday, Telltale Games also included character information, with a different reveal being given to a different game or entertainment site, for a total of 13 characters associated with House Forrester. … Continue reading

And the WiCnet Award for Best Special Effect in Season 4 goes to…

By Rowan Kaiser on

…the over-The-Wall shot from “The Watchers on the Wall”! It joins the wildfire explosion from “Blackwater” and the dragon attack from “And Now His Watch Is Ended” as winners in this category, and fits marvelously alongside those. There are two … Continue reading

First trailer for Telltale’s Game of Thrones released

By Rowan Kaiser on

Telltale Games has released a trailer for the first episode of its Game of Thrones adventure game, “Iron from Ice”! There are three big pieces of news to go along with it as well. First, the trailer is fantastically narrated by … Continue reading

The Reality of Filming Dragons

By Ani Bundel on

According to A Wiki of Ice and Fire: Dragons are magical creatures, which existed on the continents of Westeros and Essos, and up until recently were considered to have been extinct for over one hundred and fifty years. The only remaining traces of the dragons … Continue reading

“Fire and Blood”: WiC Remembers Season 1, episode 10

By Rowan Kaiser on

One of the unsurprising themes to emerge over the course of these reviews is the disruption of viewer expectations. This is obvious with Ned’s death, as most shows don’t kill their heroes so abruptly. But I think even that doesn’t … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin on direwolves, charity, and killing off characters

By Cameron White on

Wolves were the subject of discussion, in more ways than one, at a recent event George R.R. Martin hosted at Jean Cocteau Cinema in New Mexico. Martin was hosting an event to present the checks for his Prizeo charity recipients. … Continue reading

Charles Dance and Sean Bean find new roles after death

By Ani Bundel on

Charles Dance, who ended his run on Game of Thrones with Season 4′s finale, has been moving on to the more traditional good-guy roles he did before GoT–he’s playing Commander Alastair Denniston, head of the Government Code and Cypher School … Continue reading

The Small Council: What’s your pick for Best Special Effect in Season 4?

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In this week’s Small Council, we discuss our picks for Best Special Effect in Season 4! Cameron White: I’ve had people tell me that the scene where Dany chains up her dragons is one that made them tear up, and … Continue reading

Westeros’ weather inspires political, scientific discussion

By Cameron White on

In the world of Game of Thrones, as in our own, the residents are forced to adapt to shifting weather patterns. Unlike our world, however, the seasons in Westeros are much less predictable. This chaotic behavior is engaging both on … Continue reading

Dormer and Gleeson ponder death in interviews, also cats and dogs

By Ani Bundel on

As we reported last week, Natalie Dormer did a Reddit AMA yesterday. Ostensibly to promote The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, it still managed to generate a decent amount of Game of Thrones news. Under questioning from fans, she revealed … Continue reading



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