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Game of Thrones returns for Season 7 on July 16th, and you’re about to get your very first look at it. The great war is about to begin. [click to continue…]

While HBO sorts out the many, many Game of Thrones prequels they have in the works, Wild Wolf Films has already released a prequel of their own—and it’s not just a bunch of fans fooling about. This is an extremely well-crafted short film. [click to continue…]

Claus-Marc Hahn of BricksCreations has completed one of the most ambitious Game of Thrones intro-inspired builds that we’ve ever seen. It took 125,000 pieces to build and four EV3 large servo motors to animate. You can see it in action in the video below. [click to continue…]

“What if the Red Wedding never happened, and Robb Stark assaulted King’s Landing? Now fans can find out!”

CMON, in cooperation with Dark Sword Miniatures, have announced a tabletop miniatures game based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series. The project is heading to Kickstarter in Q3 of 2017 and retail stores in 2018, but you can get a taste of what the game will be like right here, right now. [click to continue…]

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Pyke, the Greyjoy castle on the Iron Islands of Westeros, is definitely on the dreary side, but LEGO artist Anu Pehrson‘s take on Pyke is remarkably beautiful. The creation even won an award at BrickCon earlier this month.

Needless to say, if I had to choose between visiting GRRM’s or Anu’s version of Pyke, I definitely go with the latter. Check out an additional pic below. [click to continue…]

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Take a little time out of your day to enjoy these gorgeous portraits by Russian artist Aleksei Vinogradov.

He does some amazing portrait work, but I admit to being most delighted by his series featuring fictional characters and their imaginary pets. The Ron Perlman is my personal favorite, but the Mystique knocked me on my butt. Check them out below. [click to continue…]

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Fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire books are familiar with the game of Cyvasse, but there’s never been an official description of how the game looks. That hasn’t stopped people from imagining and creating their own versions, but this one by Bristol Design Forge may be the closest we’ve gotten to the game based the rules gleaned from the novels.

Each piece has been hand-drawn and laser engraved while the board and pieces have been hand-finished and waxed for protection. It features an 8×8 board complete with screen, 66 land tiles, 46 player pieces, and two different sets of rules for each style of gameplay.

It’s also beautiful.

You can pick one on Etsy if you’d like to play, or just have it around to look cool. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

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Kristian Nairn’s mom got a new doorstop. I’ll bet you CAN guess what it is. Go ahead…guess. [click to continue…]

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You may already know that the Iron Throne that appears on HBO’s Game of Thrones is a lot different than the one George R.R. Martin imagined in A Song of Ice and Fire. If you’re not familiar, George’s version is bigger, badder, and very, very pointy.

With that in mind, GoT fan D. Schuyler Burks recently made a miniature version of the original Iron Throne (based on concept art by Marc Simonetti), and he highlighted process in the video below. I’m guessing Burks lost a lot of blood while making it. [click to continue…]

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This new Game Of Thrones Sandor Clegane figure by ThreeZero is blowing my mind right now. It’s almost as if they cloned Rory McCann at 1/6th scale, and those clones will spread throughout the world wreaking havoc on calves and ankles.

The Hound 1/6th scale figure features interchangeable hands and his highly detailed armor complete with scabbards and sheaths for his greatsword, longsword, dagger, and katar. The exclusive version even comes with his amazing helmet for roughly $15 more. Totally worth it, if you ask me. Then again, we are talking about $210 here. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]