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Tag Archives: Game of Thrones
Seasons 4 and 5 are coming packaged together thanks for being sandwiched between a very busy time at my day job (which pays the HBO bill) and a trip to Montréal. This actually kind of works out for analytical purposes. … Continue reading
Let’s start with a plug. I mentioned it last time, but I highly recommend the Ringer’s new podcast Binge Mode: Game of Thrones. They have deep-dived into every episode of the show, with each installment featuring thematic analysis, ASOIAF lore, … Continue reading
Some you may recall that back in long summer I attempted weekly Game of Thrones reviews on this blog. I didn’t get very far: I started reviewing episodes weekly during season three, and got to episode seven before I fell off. … Continue reading
Tomorrow, September 22nd, geeks around the world will celebrate Tolkien Day (or Hobbit Day, as it’s come to be known) in celebration of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins’ shared birthday. I will be participating in the festivities as part of the … Continue reading
“Most women don’t know what they like until they’ve tried it,” worldly-wise Margaery explains to innocent Sansa. In season three we’re being presented with a myriad of mismatched couples, and we would do well to ponder the truth of Margaery’s … Continue reading
Greetings, readers! I just wanted to write a quick post as a heads-up that my usual Game of Thrones and Doctor Who review posts may be most likely will be delayed this week and next due to travel. This week I’m travelling … Continue reading