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According to the author, there have been real and meaningful discussions about taking the series to the big screen.
Returning to A Storm of Swords, already in progress.
HBO screened this on their channel last night and then dropped it onto YouTube too.
Here’s the first full promo for the next run of Game of Thrones, adapting the second half of A Storm of Swords.
If you thought that the head-rolling had come to… er… a head in the last run of HBO’s Game of Thrones, think again.
By Hannah Means-Shannon The Avatar Press comic Skin Trade is an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s 1989 Fantasy Award-winning novella by the same name, and one that he’s been involved in discussing and promoting rather than taking a more …
Here are three seasons worth of fatalities, back to back.
With San Diego Comic Con just a little over a day away, fans are starting to line up their schedules to get to all the signings, panels, and exclusive product lines. Avatar Press just released the schedule for Max Brooks, …
Avatar Press Solicitations For October 2013 – Jonathan Hickman, Kieron Gillen, Max Brooks, Garth Ennis, Christos Gage, George RR Martin and David Lapham
It’s that time of the month when publishers start to let us know what’s coming up in three months. It seems to come earlier each month… so here are Avatar’s offerings for October. Continuing series from writers Jonathan Hickman, Kieron …
Stephen Lacey writes; Tonight Neil Gaiman spoke to a packed audience at the Peacock Theatre about his new novel The Ocean at the End Of The Lane. The Q&As threw up some interesting tidbits. Regarding Sandman Zero, Gaiman reinforced that …
Each season of Game of Thrones has seen some characters fall by the wayside, and usually in pieces. At the same time, some more have always come along to fill out the ranks.
After this, I doubt there’s going to be much new footage forthcoming before Game of Thrones season 3 kicks off on March 31st. Surely HBO don’t want to overshare?
Also, plot blurbs for the first five episodes of the new run.
They’re calling this trailer War and you’ll see why.
Altogether now – “Previously on Game of Thrones…”
HBO have had the trailer expander out.
A lot of fire and ice here. Only appropriate.