Game of Thrones Week
We use the phrase “out of the mouth of babes” (Psalm 8:2) to say that children are often wise beyond their years. Today, in the final post of our #GOTInvasion series, I’d like to discuss what comes from the mouths of a different kind of “babe”: the women of HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones.’
Our Game of Thrones week continues with a look at this fantastic roadmap that serves as a fantastic tool to refresh your memory. It tracks the entire story through the first 2 seasons. Not only can you catch up on the past two seasons, but it will be continually updated every week as season
Game of Thrones image: © 2011/2012** HBO. Screen Invasion logo: © 2011 Screen Invasion. Game of Thrones font: © 2011 HBO. We’re only two seasons into HBO’s fantasy epic Games Of Thrones and it’s already had a profound impact on television history. Rarely has a story been part of the
In honor of the Game of Thrones premiere this weekend, this week’s Thirsty Thursday is all about Westeros! You can check out some other great posts about our favorite relationships from the show, how the books compare to the series, as well as our favorite characters. As I’m sure many people are
George R.R.Martin’s epic saga A Song of Ice and Fire is so vast and intricate that it dwarfs (no pun intended) the works of contemporary fiction writers. And the like many great works of literature its adaptation to the screen has also received great praise perhaps because it deviates so little from the novels.
As with many games, an individual’s position in the “game of thrones” played in HBO’s hit series of the same name is largely determined by who’s got their back. Allies may be public or private, and can be bound by ties of blood, marriage, sympathy, or shared enmity. On Day 2 of our 5-day #GOTInvasion series, some members of the Screen Invasion Team explored our favorite GAME OF THRONES relationships—romantic and otherwise.
The lands of Game of Thrones are truly enormous, ranging from beyond The Wall to the Trident to across the Narrow Sea and the exotic cities of the east. But these places would be nothing without their inhabitants and Game of Thrones has no shortage of witty, brutal or enigmatic characters. As