Author Archives: Marc N. Kleinhenz

Anatomy of a Throne: “The Children”

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HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “The Mountain and the Viper”

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HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “Mockingbird”

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HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “The Laws of Gods and Men”

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HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “First of His Name”

By Marc N. Kleinhenz on

HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “Oathkeeper”

By Marc N. Kleinhenz on

HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “Breaker of Chains”

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HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “The Lion and the Rose”

By Marc N. Kleinhenz on

HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading

Anatomy of a Throne: “Two Swords”

By Marc N. Kleinhenz on

HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading