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Dame of Thrones: Catelyn Stark

By Rebecca Pahle on

Everybody ready to get their Dame on? Today we’ll be talking about Catelyn Stark, one of a too-small number of people in Westeros with some perspective and a sensible head on her shoulders. Well, not on her shoulders anymore. Wait, no, that’s her son. I’m sorry, was that too soon?

Warning: This edition of Dame of Thrones features major book spoilers for a particular plot twist that we’ve heard won’t actually be in the show. You know. That thing. Continue reading

“The Kingsroad”: WiC Remembers Season 1, episode 2

By Rowan Kaiser on

“The Kingsroad” has three interconnected themes running through it, making it arguably the most fascinating and pleasantly difficult episode of the early run of Game Of Thrones for experts, although it wasn’t for many of the newbies I knew watching … Continue reading

“Winter Is Coming”: WiC Remembers, Season 1, episode 1

By Rowan Kaiser on

There may be better pilots than “Winter Is Coming.” But there aren’t many that succeed with such a high degree of difficulty. It ain’t a perfect pilot, but it could have been much, much worse. “Winter Is Coming” has three … Continue reading

Dame of Thrones: Asha Greyjoy

By Rebecca Pahle on

Who’s Yara Greyjoy? I’m here to talk about Asha. Continue reading

The Subway Map of Westeros, and beyond

By Thoros on

Next stop.. Westeros When it comes to creative minds, makers in the Game of Thrones fandom are very impressive, eclectic, and down right innovative. The hard work and detail that is put into fan creations give us plenty of entertainment, … Continue reading

Dame of Thrones: Brienne of Tarth

By Rebecca Pahle on

Put your hands over your ears, ’cause she’ll bite ‘em: It’s time to talk about Brienne of Tarth. Name: Brienne of Darth Tarth, suckas. Family: Brienne has one dead mother and three dead siblings, making her the heir to House … Continue reading

Curtain Call: Aimee Richardson

By Thoros on

Some of us had a feeling it was coming, others wished it wouldn’t, and now it’s become reality. Our sweet Aimee Richardson will no longer portray the role of Myrcella Baratheon in Game of Thrones. We can now all say … Continue reading

The North Remembers: July 2011

By Hear Me Roar on

Time for another trip down the memory lane, looking at July three years ago … FaB reviewed his top 7 book-to-screen changes of season one.   Season two was in full pre-production mode. GRRM finished the first draft of his … Continue reading

Dame of Thrones: Melisandre

By Rebecca Pahle on

Dame of Thrones is back from its hiatus! Put on your best red outfit, burn a heretic or two, and let’s talk Melisandre. Warning: A Dance with Dragons spoilers beyond this point.

The North Remembers: May & June 2011

By Hear Me Roar on

Those months three years ago were glorious. We were fully immersed in the first ever season of Game of Thrones and watched it until the bitter end, still chomping at the bit for more. With the tight production schedule, though, … Continue reading

AxeyFabulous! “The Children” reviewed

By Fire And Blood on

Look, mom, I made performance art! (I’m kidding. Mom, please don’t watch this one. There’s cussing.)

Curtain Call: Charles Dance

By Fire And Blood on

Today we are doing things just a bit differently. Rather than do the usual Curtain Call where any one of us varied Winter-Is-Coming writers eulogizes poetically about the actor in question (their character in memoriam), we’ve decided to let one … Continue reading



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