7 Best Dark, Twisted Romances in TV and Books, by Oviya Raj
Hello Peeps! Good day to y’all! We all like romance, well most of us do. Every book we read has tints of romance, at least in its backdrop. While just roses and butterflies come across our minds at the thought of romance, there are characters who take it to the next level and make their […]
Game Of Thrones: 10 Things We’ve Learned In Season 6, by Kyle Watts
Game Of Thrones: Season Six has put out four episodes, which means we’re essentially over a third of the way through the action. Already a whole lot has been revealed and the drama is getting more exciting than ever. So without further ado, here’s a four-episode recap in the form of 10 things we’ve learned […]
“X” is for Xenolinguistics: Favorite Alien Languages, by Private: Vicki Keire
In many creation stories, language actually exists prior to the creation of the world. The gods often gift speech before life, and in the Book of Genesis, God uses his own speech to create light. Language is not only central to the human experience, many would argue it actually defines it. That’s why I’m so […]
[G] Game of Thrones: I’ve Read the Books, and These Are Six Things I Want in Season Six, by Clare Dugmore
[Please note this post contains spoilers from the A Song of Ice and Fire books and speculation about what could happen in the TV show in relation to book events. Trigger warning: mentions of rape and death.]   Game of Thrones Season Six begins in a little over two weeks, and I’m ridiculously excited for […]
Here’s how the story doesn’t end: TV adaptations that make it up as they go along, by Randee Dawn
Something strange happened in Westeros this past season, something that’s been building for a while now: Game of Thrones reached the end. Of the books, anyway. Since inception, Game of Thrones took us places the books could only hint at. But as the show has caught up to the books, it began giving us scenes […]
Game of Thrones Ep. 1: Iron from Ice Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
Telltale Games have established a formula so neat for their adventure games that they’ve essentially created their own genre. The copycats can’t be too far away, but in the meantime, they continue to iterate and polish their style, even if a few engine upgrades and general glitch ironings wouldn’t go amiss. Game of Thrones feels […]
Kindle or Kindling: A Song of Ice and Fire Changes the Game, by Holly Reynolds
Our series of the e-book vs. real book debate continues with a train of thought I had a few months ago, while staying up late reading A Game of Thrones, Book One of A Song of Ice and Fire. A little background first: this is not my first attempt at starting the dauntingly lengthy series, […]