Oh, how the mighty have fallen...
So, according to this article, the severed head on the left you see here is actually a mold of former President George W. Bush. (or, should I say, "!")
In the season 1 episode "Fire and Blood," Joffrey decides to show Sansa the heads he's collected of people she knows and loves. These include the head of her her father, as well as the head of "her Septa," Septa Mordane. In the shot where we are shown Mordane's head, the "random" head just to the left of Mordane's bears the profile of the 43rd President of the United States. Don't see the resemblance? Have a look at the side-by side to the right.
If you watch the video from the original article, show creators Benioff and Weiss confirm this rumor saying "George…
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Has anyone here checked out the Game of Thrones computer game that just came out a couple weeks back? I was initially thinking it would include playable versions of some of the main characters, but it turned out to be a kind of side-story instead. The locations are the same, but there's no choosing Ned Stark and helping him keep his head, or choosing Tyrion and getting him on the throne instead of Joffrey. There's no real comparison between the game and the books/HBO series, and I'm kind of torn between a desire to play these main characters, and the idea that sort of rewriting the history of Westeros just doesn't seem right. So far the game has received some harsh reviews from critics, but most of them are looking at it as a stand-alone g…Read more >
Game of Thrones Season 2 is finally here! After months of waiting, we finally get to continue the story in the flesh! But how good was the premiere, according to the critics? Check out our review round-up below for the answer to that question, and be sure to leave your own opinion in the comments!
Winter is coming, but war is here.
That was the succinct message of the first episode of the second season of "Game of Thrones." And just as the story has advanced significantly from where we found the residents of Westeros when "GoT" debuted, the show itself has made a great leap forward, not just in ambition, but in execution.
It's not only good to have "GoT" (and its fabulous opening credits) back; it's heartening to see that the s…
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Game of Thrones fans:
We're very impressed with all the work you're doing here, and with the upcoming premiere of Season 2, we wanted to put up a quiz to test your knowledge of the series so far.
This feature uses its own separate namespace, so it won't affect the integrity of the wiki, it's just something fun we put together for you guys to celebrate the new season and your own general excellence.
We hope you have as much fun with it as we did, when you're done come back and leave a comment here letting us know how you did!Read more >