George R.R. Martin Blasts ‘GoT’s Fanbase Over ‘Toxic’ Reaction to Show’s Ending

George R.R. Martin Blasts ‘GoT’s Fanbase Over ‘Toxic’ Reaction to Show’s Ending

  According to The Huffington Post, George R.R. Martin, famed creator of A Song of Ice and Fire, which were the basis for Game of Thrones, has had it with the show’s fandom. He admitted he finds a ‘toxic’ atmosphere to online fandoms when he was a guest on ‘Maltin On Movies’ where he commented on the backlash to the ending of Game of Thrones, which was not warmly received by the fanbase (to say the least). He said that the internet has amplified toxic fandom to new heights, which was nothing like the old days of science fiction and fantasy communities. Martin directly said: The …

George R.R. Martin Reveals ‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoffs Are Moving Ahead

George R.R. Martin Reveals ‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoffs Are Moving Ahead

All things come to an end. In just a little over two weeks, the biggest tv show in the world will bow out at long last. Doubtlessly, the fanbase will be in tears and we’re extremely sad to see it go but also praying it has the ending we’ve all been hoping for. However, it appears that Game of Thrones content won’t come to an end so quickly and in fact, a whole wave of GOT media will be coming our way very soon! According to the Huffington Post , George R.R. Martin has revealed plans are in place for the ‘successor shows’ to Game of Thrones and …

Everything We Know About the ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel

Everything We Know About the ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel

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It’s been common knowledge that HBO would be working on a prequel series for Game of Thrones since the seventh season came to an end. It’s no surprise considering George R.R. Martin has been writing prequel stories, in-between books, and pretty much anything except the final two books of the A Song of Ice and Fire series. That’s not to say we aren’t excited for any prequels HBO throws our way.   image via cbs It’s conjectured that there are five prequels set to be produced by HBO with a different writer for each. Currently, there is one under production which George R.R. …