George R.R. Martin's epic saga A Song of Ice and Fire might be the most ambitious and beloved thing he's ever done, but it's only one part of a brilliant, decades-spanning career.
Fans have been speculating as to the outcome of the game of thrones since the first book was published. Here are some rumors that may actually be true.
From pop stars to the President of the United States, everyone's bending the knee to George R.R. Martin's fantasy epic.
The cast and crew of Game of Thrones attended the season-four premiere, along with a dragon.
Yep, we’re still hoping George R.R. Martin is writing like the wind before HBO's Game of Thrones catches up to him and yep, we know he’s not our b**ch.
What better way to show your allegiance than to ink up with your favorite Game of Thrones house?
It's the showdown of the century! The Last Unicorn vs. A Song of Ice and Fire. Two men enter, one man leaves. OK, not really.
The Father Christmas of Westeros will leave something worse than coal in your stocking.
Game of Thrones has never shied away from altering its source material, but according to George R.R. Martin, this character might be the biggest change of all.
In a chat with fans, the (slow, so very, very slow) author offered an apocalyptic vision of how he'll end his epic series.