Game of Thrones Ep. 6 Sneak Peeks & Ep. 7 promo

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Episode 7 promo from HBO GO~

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May 20, 2011. Tags: , , , , , , . Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Mystery, Politics, Popular Culture, Supernatural, Suspense, Urban Fantasy, Warner Bros.. Comments off.

Game Of Thrones: Episode 2 Sneak Peeks

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April 22, 2011. Tags: , , , , , , . Art, Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Mystery, Popular Culture, Sci Fi, Supernatural, Suspense. 2 comments.

Game Of Thrones: Episode 2 Preview

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Well! The cliff hanger (get it?) at the end of the premiere was a helluva way to leave us! WINTER IS COMING!!

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April 19, 2011. Tags: , , , , , . Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Mystery, Popular Culture, Sci Fi, Supernatural, Suspense. 2 comments.

Game of Thrones Episode 1 ~ 14 minute Sneak Peek

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Game of Thrones – Episode 1 – Exclusive Sneak Preview
First fourteen minutes from episode 1!
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April 4, 2011. Tags: , , , , . American Literature, Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Film, Mystery, Politics, Popular Culture, Sci Fi, Supernatural, Suspense, Warner Bros.. 2 comments.

Game of Thrones – First Full Trailer

full of awesome. Premieres on HBO April 17th :0)

Plus~ HBO Behind the Scenes~

Go on the set with George R.R. Martin (the author of “A Game Of Thrones”), the executive producers and the cast as they talk about Westeros and what to expect in HBO’s new dramatic series “Game Of Thrones.” The new series premieres April 17 only on HBO. For more on Game of Thrones, go to http://itsh.bo/gHfJPE

March 3, 2011. Tags: , , , , , , , , . American Literature, Art, Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Film, Mystery, Popular Culture, Sci Fi, Supernatural, Suspense. Comments off.

Another ‘Game of Thrones’ Teaser ~ CAN. NOT. WAIT.

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Let the game begin! “Game Of Thrones” premieres Sunday, April 17 only on HBO. For more information, go to http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/

January 18, 2011. Tags: , , , , . American Literature, Art, Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, graphic art, Mystery, Popular Culture, Sci Fi, Supernatural, Suspense. 1 comment.

‘Game of Thrones’ 10 Minute Preview

Our previous post on casting of the HBO series here.
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December 6, 2010. Tags: , , , , , , . American Literature, Celebrities, Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Mystery, Popular Culture, Sci Fi, Suspense. 1 comment.

MiM meets Brandon Sanderson plus the Suvudu Cage Match of the multiverse…

MiM met Brandon Sanderson at his book signing for The Gathering Storm..

Warbreaker is out in paperback, and Alcatraz Book 3 was awesome according to MiM Jr..the Wheel of Time collaborative work is a sad but satisfying read as we await the final two volumes of Memory of Light..

Check it out -Best thing I’ve read today (I can haz in gamer format please?!) from Brandon’s Amazon Blog –  Suvudu Cage Match:

So, from what I’ve heard, Rand won the Suvudu cage match.

This leaves me with mixed feelings. On one hand, I am pleased and proud. On the other hand, George R. R. Martin’s write-up of how he thought things would go was simply epic. In his version, the fight went as it should have in many ways, particularly near the end. Rand and Jamie, sword to sword, man to man. A win without a kill, respect given on both sides.

Robert Jordan is smiling somewhere, Mr. Martin.

If we take an infinite multiverse view of things (as is suggested in the Wheel of Time world) then what Mr. Martin wrote did indeed happen. And it didn’t. And everything in between happened as well.

However, in the version imagined by Brandon Sanderson, here’s how the fight goes down.

Mr. Martin’s narrative is more or less dead on until the end. Rand and Jamie struggle and fight, and it comes down to man against man. However, neither man can gain advantage over the other.

Then something flickers in Rand’s vision. Perhaps it’s a trick of the light. Perhaps it’s an assassin’s bolt, dipped in the poison of an asp and fired toward Rand in a moment of weakness. Perhaps it’s Rand’s madness asserting itself. Regardless of the cause, he thinks he’s being attacked by someone other than Jamie and his allies. Treachery, a violation of the trial of seven.

It may be real. It may not be.

Rand, in desperation, somehow forms weaves of power. Reckless weaves, fueled by anger, perhaps delusion (or perhaps when the One Power pool surrounding King’s Landing was used up, some started trickling in from surrounding areas through One Power drainage ditches and has just come close enough for Rand to tap). He creates a gateway through which to escape, but also lets loose a brilliant bolt of balefire, firing it at shadows moving on the other side of that gateway.

A column of liquid light springs forth, passes through the gateway, and hits Suvudu itself.

Now, it’s hard to say what effect this should have. Balefire, for those unaware, has the power to burn threads from the pattern and rework time itself. Kill someone with balefire, and things they did prior to being killed will be reversed.

Perhaps this should mean that the battle never happened. Perhaps it should wipe the entire experience from our minds. But balefire is an odd thing, as is a contest such as this one. And so, Rand’s actions remove the previous fights from existence, but don’t change what is happening between him and Jamie.

Through accident, Rand’s balefire brings back each and every fighter who participated in this tournament. Everyone appears on the battlefield at once.

Rand and Jamie stare in wonder at the chaos that follows.

Aragorn, Garet, and Hiro have a conversation about who is really the greatest swordsman in the world. It involves much stabbing, some pizza, and very little coding.

Kahlan exclaims that she was never part of a “fantasy” novel in the first place, and so disappears in a puff of hypocrisy.

Arthur Dent says, “Oh no, not again.”

Dumbledore tries to send Lyra on a quest to find some random magical object that is going to save the world, really, and is terribly important. So important that he can’t go himself. Honestly.

Roland ponders for twenty-two years before telling you what he does.

Harry Dresden decides this is really all too much work, and wanders off to get himself something to drink. He gets beaten up seventeen times on his way, but saves two orphanages.

Ender writes a poem about the Shrike, entitled “It Might Be a Demonic, Sadistic, Terrible Monster Made of Blades, Thorns, and Terror—but It’s Really Just Misunderstood.”

Kvothe flies in, riding Temeraire, Hermione at his side, and— (I’ve written the second two thirds of this sentence, but I’m not giving them to you yet.)

The Wee Free Men start chatting about this interesting fellow they met WHO SPEAKS IN ALL CAPS and wonders if this is all going to create a great big paradoxical mess he will have to fix.

Edward broods.

Ged, Vlad, and Conan give Eragon a wedgie.

Polgara throws something breakable at somebody, then goes to find Belgarath, who is most likely drinking with Mat, Tyrion, and Harry at this point.

Haplo and Raistlin get into an argument about how to pronounce Drizzt’s name.

Elric tries to decide just who among these people he likes the most, so that he can be forced to feed them to Stormbringer at a terribly dramatic moment, causing much personal angst.

Anita takes out Edward for good measure.

Gandalf and Aslan eye everyone mysteriously, then have a discussion over tea about whose resurrection was more meaningful.

Locke steals Gandalf’s staff and sells it on eBay as an authentic prop from the film trilogy. He then does the same thing with Hermione’s wand.

And at that point, the great Cthulhu himself awakens, and his terrible, alien nature drives everyone irrevocably insane.

Rand wins by default, since he was already insane, and Cthulhu showing up doesn’t really change him at all.

Ladies and gentlemen, we just got Cthulhu’d.

Best,

Brandon
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