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Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series Gets a Launch Trailer

Telltale Games released today the launch trailer for their upcoming episodic game series Game of Thrones.   The trailer showcases some of the characters you will interact with over the course of the 6 episodes of the series, including Tyrion and Cersei Lannister, Ramsay Bolton and Margery Tyrell. Additionally, the members of the HBO cast for the TV show Game of Thrones ...

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Game of Thrones Shocks Again!

Game of Thrones Shocks Again by Andrea R. Cooper I have just finished watching the latest episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones – The Viper and the Mountain. It shows many developments as well as holds up George R.R. Martin’s love of shocking his audience. *Spoiler Alert* – this article contains spoiler information The duel between the Viper, Oberyn Martell, ...

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Game of Thrones: Do we Ever Need an End?

Game of Thrones: Do we Ever Need an End? by Olga A. Logically speaking, most stories are supposed to have an end – good and bad alike (or should it rather be exciting and dull)? When you come to think of it more closely, however, the copperplate letters, E-N-D, sprawling across the last page of a gripping book seem coy, ...

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"Tyrion" Joining the X-Men

“Tyrion” Joining the X-Men by Olga A. We always suspected that he had a whole array of special powers lurking underneath the unassuming exterior. Tyrion Lannister may have just betrayed himself – as he was spotted near the X-Men: Days of Future Past set. Hanging out with the Wolverine and the rest of the unnaturally-talented gang, undoubtedly. Although spotting a ...

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Tyrion Lannister: A Reading Matter

Tyrion Lannister: A Reading Matter by Olga A. Love him or loathe him personally, it goes without saying that Tyrion Lannister is likely to be one of the most enduring characters within the Game of Thrones universe. His stature may not be great – but his presence definitely is, and “The Imp’s” dry humour has added the certain ferocious indispensable ...

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