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Natalie Dormer - GQ USA - April 2014

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By popular demand, we made a little game out of Adam’s gameofthrones (by way of xmenmovies Days of Future Past) poster! 

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Sans Spoilers …or… Season 3 Spoilers

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Don’t forget to watch this season’s Game of Thrones! It starts 4.6.14 - that’s tonight! Wooooooooo!!!!!!!!!

"She woke with a gasp, not knowing who she was, or where.

"The smell of blood was heavy in her nostrils… or was that her nightmare, lingering? She had dreamed of wolves again, of running through some dark pine forest with a great pack at her hells, hard on the scent of prey.

"Half-light filled the room, grey and gloomy. Shivering, she sat up in bed and ran a hand across her scalp. Stubble bristled against her palm. I need to shave before Izembaro sees. Mercy, I’m Mercy, and tonight I’ll be raped and murdered. Her true name was Mercedene, but Mercy was all anyone ever called her…”

According to Belgium’s Nieuwsblad, the teacher, at wits end with his noisy class, asked which of his students watched Game of Thrones. Around three quarters of the students raised their hands. “Well, I’ve read all the books,” the teacher replied. “If there’s too much noise, I will write the names of the dead on the board. They are enough to fill the whole year and I can even describe how they die.”

"When students in the class decided to test him, he delivered on his word, writing the names of everyone killed through the end of the series’ third season, "for those who [had] not seen it." This resulted in what one student described as "a religious silence" for the rest of the lesson…"


An incredible Game of Thrones pop-up book that unfolds into a huge dimensional map of Westeros 

Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros
by Matthew Reinhart (paper engineer) and Michael Komarck (illustrator)
Insight Editions
2014, 9.25 x 11
$42 Buy a copy on Amazon

As a big fan of Game of Thrones, I was happy to get my hands on this Westeros pop-up book. But oh my goodness, I had no idea how amazing a pop-up book could be! With five spreads and 33 pops, the book is fun enough as a beautiful pop-up. But then I noticed a mysterious sheet of paper – titled “Unfolding the Map” – taped to the back of the book with illos that looked like origami instructions. Huh? I figured there was a pull-out map inside the book that I missed. But as I followed the somewhat complicated steps (okay, I had to call Mark into the office to help me out, and it took us over five minutes to properly unfold the thing), I realized this wasn’t just your typical paper map we were dealing with – we were unfolding the actual book (almost as tricky to do as one of those intricate puzzle boxes from Japan) until it turned into a very large, interactive, three-dimensional atlas of the Seven Kingdoms.

I’m blown away with this pop-up-book-map. There are so many surprises. Once we turned it into the map I spent a long time reading all of the information in the pull-out tabs (so great to get all of the lands and kingdom history straight), only to later discover I’d missed a bunch of mini pop-ups that were right in front of me! This “book” serves as a great reference guide to the history, kingdoms, characters, and layout of Westeros, as well as a conversation piece of art. And it comes just in time – season 4 starts April 6, 2014. – Carla Sinclair

Game of Thrones Season 4: Trailer #3 - Secrets (HBO) (by GameofThrones)

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