Games of Thrones Original Plot Outline, Possible Spoilers Revealed: Who Survives the Series?!

Games of Thrones Original Plot Outline, Possible Major Spoilers Revealed!

Back in 1993, a little-known author named George R.R. Martin wrote a three-page letter to his publisher outlining a planned trilogy (Ha!) entitled A Song of Ice and Fire.

Twenty-two years later, those books have captivated millions of fans, inspired the most-watched show in HBO history, and swelled into a seven-part series that might not be completed before the sun explodes and engulfs the earth.

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George R.R. Martin to Seth Rogen: Come Show The Interview at My Theater!

George R.R. Martin to Seth Rogen: Come Show The Interview at My Theater!

Given the fact that he still has two books to finish in the acclaimed series that inspired Game of Thrones, fans of George R.R. Martin's would probably prefer that he stay out of harm's way.

Unfortunately for them, Martin has made it clear that he doesn't give a dragon's deuce what his fans think, and he recently decided to involve himself in a high-stakes international pissing contest.

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George R.R. Martin at Comic Con: I Like Boobies, Not Weenies!

George R.R. Martin at Comic Con: I Like Boobies, Not Weenies!

There were a lot of interesting moments at Comic Con 2014, held this past weekend in San Diego. We're sure for many fans, just the opportunity to get the first glimpse of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman was worth the price of admission.

But while Gadot's hotness reigned supreme at the Batman vs. Superman panel, it was surely Game of Thrones mastermind George R.R. Martin who provided the bulk of this year's highlights. 

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George R.R. Martin Wins Comic Con With Hilarious Khaleesi Photo!

George R.R. Martin Wins Comic Con With Hilarious Khaleesi Photo!

George R.R. Martin is something of a god in the nerd world, so it stands to reason that he's in attendance at at Comic Con 2014, currently being held in San Diego.

Martin clearly has no problem pissing off fans when it comes to things like killing off characters, or taking freakin' forever to wrap up a story, but when a young Game of Thrones devotee approaches him with a hilarious request, GRRM is apparently happy to oblige.

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