WiC Weekly: October 22-28


This week at WiC, we have a long think on the meaning of overdue books, start to enjoy the MCU again with Loki, and more.

On WiC Weekly, we catalog the biggest stories from the worlds of sci-fi, fantasy, movies, TV and books that cropped up round these parts over the past week. We must begin with an update in the never-ending story about George R.R. Martin’s attempt to finish writing his book The Winds of Winter:

If you’re looking for something to read while you wait for that, might we recommend the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini?

Here’s an important story: what would Outlander star Sam Heughan look like as a dwarf from The Lord of the Rings? Like this:

Back to Westeros, we celebrate the villains of Game of Thrones:

We have some great news about a movie based on the work of fantasy author Joe Abercrombie:

Speaking of authors, we talk about our issues, such as they are, with George R.R. Martin and Patrick Rothfuss on a new episode of Take the Black:

A new episode of Loki came out this week, and it is quite solid. Is Marvel getting good again?

In rambling editorials, I act as a backseat CEO for Warner Bros. Discovery:

In sci-fi news, another reboot of Battlestar Galactica is coming:

Finally, we dig into a book series without which this website wouldn’t exist: A Song of Ice and Fire:

And we’re just getting started. Stick around all week for more.

Next. Exclusive: Sci-fi author Essa Hansen tells us about writing Ethera Grave. dark

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