Here are the most important takeaways from this Friday’s “Game of Thrones” SDCC Panel Discussion and Q&A.
HBO’s SDCC “Game of Thrones” fan experience remains the best photo-op of your life.
Produced by CAA, the interactive event is heavily Braavos-themed, prominently featuring costumes worn by Arya, Jaqen, and the Waif. Guests can also pose with Needle which is hilariously petite when compared with the Mountain’s person-sized great sword that was exhibited last year.
Also on display—a new line of “Game of Thrones” jewelry from Mey Designs. DragonStorm is a sterling silver collection inspired by Danerys and one that evokes evokes her taste for dramatic pieces. There’s a replica of her dragon choker, but also some subtler accessories for some less obvious fangirling.
Here’s our long overdue discussion on the first three episodes of AMC’s “Preacher!” We recorded this back in June, just after the third episode aired and just before Sansa went all Cujo on Ramsay B. We’ll be catching up with the series soon!
Johnny and YouTube’s Tina Foil talk about the season six finale with YouTube’s Tina Foil. Check it out and learn what makes a Littlefinger in the rear so important.
You can find Niko’s discussions of prophecies in Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire on YouTube here.
You GUYS. That’s all.
Johnny and Alex take another stab at episode 9 of season 6 of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” This time with more decorum and less editing issues. We go over the episode with a fine-toothed comb, taking out time to chat about where Varys might be heading, what Baelish might face when he meets Jon and what Dany and Yara would do on a first date. Enjoy! And don’t forget to look out for our “Preacher” podcast dropping any day now!
We literally can’t even. Instant Take.
Hey Y’all, Johnny and Alex sit down for a second look at “No One.” Forgive the lateness of this Take Two – the Arya thing made both of us TOO ANGRY TO SPEAK. Enjoy!
Alex sits down with some like-minded viewers and talks their immediate thoughts on episode 8 of season 6 of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” “No One.” Please welcome guest hosts, the cast and crew of the Impro Theatre’s “Game of Falls”–a soap opera improv in the style of “Game of Thrones.” Guys, it’s ridic–check out some of their stuff on Youtube. You rise or you fall!