Who’s ready for some Game of Thrones?

After tonight’s episode of Game of Thrones, I feel like another old reblog is in order. Enjoy!

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by Jeremy DeFatta

Good afternoon, everyone! It’s only 3 days until the season four premiere of Game of Thrones. I thought a little music to help get everyone in the mood might be in order. Here is a video of Cosplay Piano’s version of the opening theme from the series, with special bonus Lyanna Stark cosplay included.

Hopefully you are all duly pumped now. What is everyone looking forward to this season? (Book-readers, let’s keep the spoilers to a minimum, please.) What are you hoping for this season? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Dunk and Egg Go Graphic

Here’s another one of my old Game of Thrones posts from Sourcerer to help get everyone excited for tonight’s new episode.

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by Jeremy DeFatta

Here’s a quick treat for my fellow Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones fans.

Are you familiar with Martin’s Dunk and Egg novellas that are set a century before the beginning of A Game of Thrones? They’re good reads, and Amazon is releasing each of them in comic form. Whether or not you’re familiar with them, this could be a good way to expose (or re-expose) yourself to more stories set in Westeros.

The Hedge Knight(a re-release of an earlier version by Marvel) and The Sworn Sword are already available. The graphic versions of the other novellas will be forthcoming.

Now the controversy:

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For Game of Thrones Fans

Here’s another oldie but goody from my Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire posts at Sourcerer. Enjoy the links!

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by Jeremy DeFatta

Good day, everyone. Here are a few treats for my fellow Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire fans.

Don’t forget that Martin is lead on a new anthology that features a novella about old-timey Targaryen sisters riding dragons (I still need to read it), or that The World of Ice and Fire, Martin’s long-awaited history of Westeros, is available for pre-order now.

And now, a shameless plug for one of my favorite video bloggers, comicbookgirl19. She’s a geek of many stripes. Poke around on her YouTube channel for a bit and you’ll find her videos on the histories of the great houses of Westeros. They contain invaluable information for fans of the show (or books) who haven’t delved much into the world’s lore.

ed. – Here’ a bonus. The trailer HBO released yesterday for their new season:

So, keeping spoilers to a…

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