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Words Are Wind: Wights and White Walkers

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“Words are wind” is a common phrase in A Song of Ice and Fire, usually used to say “talk is cheap.” But that’s a view that underestimates both the power of words and wind themselves. In the “Words Are Wind” column, contributor Scott … Continue reading

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

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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

James Cosmo and Ross Mullan talk Game of Thrones and White Walkers at MCM Manchester

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The SDCC storm is about to roll in, but first let’s take a look back to last weekend’s MCM Comic Con in Manchester. James Cosmo, who portrayed the dearly departed Jeor Mormont, and Ross Mullan, our resident White Walker, were … Continue reading

Ross Mullan on stealing a baby in Season 4, and what the White Walkers really want

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Flicks and the City recently caught up with Game of Thrones’ resident White Walker, Ross Mullan, at Collectormania. Mullan portrayed the White Walker who gave Samwell Tarly quite a scare at the end of Season 2, but was ultimately shattered … Continue reading

The creation of an Ice henge for Game of Thrones

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The conclusion of this week’s episode of Game of Thrones has everyone talking about the reappearance of the White Walkers, the identity of their leader (played by British-American actor Richard Brake), and the child’s shocking transformation. The finale of “Oathkeeper” … Continue reading

A closer look at special makeup and prosthetic design

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New photos turned up recently online, giving us a fresh peek into the effects makeup and prosthetics used on Game of Thrones. White Walkers, gruesome injuries, and the shadow baby belly were designed and built by Creatures Inc. LTD.  Yes, … Continue reading


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