Game of Thrones episode “The Rains of Castamere” can’t stop/won’t stop! The internet continues to react to the SPOILERS of the
century year month week, but if we may we’d like to take a moment to enjoy Redditor WJApple’s visualization of a moment we never quite saw in the episode.
The happy face on Jorah’s belt is just… the best.
Your Morning Roundup is dooming Firefly to the final death while drinking Star Trek brand wine!
- Let William Shatner read Where The Wild Things Are to your kids. Let him.
- An amazing video via SFSignal of Studs Terkel grilling Harlan Ellison, Gene Wolfe, and Isaac Asimov about the term “science fiction.”
- Are the Firefly actors and crew now just too successful for the show to ever come back? Jill Pantozzi examines recent statements from Joss Whedon and Nathan Fillion.
- Möbius strip-inspired book sculpture!
- The Hollywood Reporter reviews World War Z. Verdict? It’s exactly what you think it is from the trailers.
- Lauren Beukes’ The Shining Girls has been optioned for television by Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company.
- A vintner is releasing special Star Trek brand wine based on three Original Series episodes! (“Mirror, Mirror,” “The Trouble With Tribbles,” “The City on the Edge of Forever”) First person to send us a case gets to be in charge of the site for a day. (And maybe the day after, so we can recover.)
- A Kickstarter has begun to raise $33,000 to send a real TARDIS into space.
- Apparently, Doctor Who fans make John Simm’s completely miserable. Oh wait, The Guardian made up the entire article.
- Kate Willeart’s Superhero Event Picker wheel takes the thinking out of comic book crossover events!
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- The reactions to “The Rains of Castamere” continue to pour in. Here’s a video compilation of people losing their minds about it. (Spoilers!)
- Maisie “Arya Stark” Williams also recorded her reaction to the events. (Spoilers!)
- Over on Wired, Angela Watercutter disputes the New York Times’ hyperbolic assertion that only boys watch Game of Thrones with some statistics.
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby once quaffed an entire nebula made of wine and broke, like, a whole bunch of light barriers that night.