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HBO Asia releases 6 new photos

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HBO Asia’s Game of Thrones Facebook page has uploaded six new photos to their season two gallery. Well, technically, two of them are not new, as they are a part of EW’s gallery. However, the other four are all-new and … Continue reading

Last chance to pre-order Sam the Wizard tee

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Just a friendly reminder (and for those who may have missed it the first time) today is the last day you can pre-order our new WiCnet t-shirt, Sam the Wizard. We will be placing the orders for these tees soon … Continue reading

New WiCnet shirt: Sam the Wizard

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Here is our latest WinterIsComing.net t-shirt design, created by our very own We Do Not Sow. I’m calling it… Sam the Wizard. We’re opening up pre-orders for the shirt now. It’s available in both men’s and women’s sizes.     Also … Continue reading

More pics!

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Winter Is Coming just got its meaty little hands on a number of new pics just released by HBO today. Like this one: No new characters, really, but these are beauties. The costuming is amazing. Props to Michele Clapton! I’ll … Continue reading

GRRM confirms and comments

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George R.R. Martin is back from teaching at the Clarion writing workshop in San Diego. He returns to a flurry of casting news, and has already started adding some method to the madness. First of all, he fully confirmed three … Continue reading

We have a Sam!

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With George R. R. Martin not around to drop clues, it was up to Manchester Metropolitan University’s website to break the news that graduate John Bradley-West has been cast as Samwell Tarly in Game of Thrones. A TALENTED Manchester student … Continue reading

Quick hits: Dothraki update, Sophie on Sansa, Sam shortlisted

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Here are a few pieces of newsworthy items gleaned over the week: Sai Emrys and David J. Peterson kindly responded to a previously published open letter in Scientific American where they were asked to include certain linguistic features in the Dothraki … Continue reading

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