Apparently, some Game of Thrones fans have already guessed the ending to George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga.
George R.R. Martin’s classic children’s book The Ice Dragon -- set in the same universe as the A Song of Ice and Fire series -- is getting republished, along with some brand-new, gorgeous artwork.
For the first time since the series began, a season of Game of Thrones will go by without an episode scripted by George R.R. Martin.
If you've ever had your heart broken by the bloodthirsty fiction of George R.R. Martin, you can apparently blame Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
We still don't know when we'll finally get to read the next A Song of Ice and Fire novel, but George R.R. Martin is at least willing to give us a few hints about what's in store.
A certain mysterious Game of Thrones season-two fan-favorite character may be set to make an unexpected return for the upcoming fifth season. Want to know who it is?
Ever since that breathtaking season finale of HBO’s Game of Thrones, fans have been talking just as much about what didn’t happen as what did.
The hit HBO show's just-completed fourth season made more changes from its source material than ever before. Was that a good or bad thing? We investigate.
GRRM kills everyone in his books. Now, he has to find people in the real world to kill.
It’s the dream of every A Song of Ice and Fire fan, right? Become a real character in Martin’s acclaimed series. Then, you know, be brutally murdered like everyone else.