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#1 Jun 27, 2013
Freaking awesome
Jon Snow

United States

#2 Jun 27, 2013
Winter is coming !

Since: Jul 13

San Jose, CA

#3 Jul 4, 2013
I am a huge fan of the books and the show. I have Inside HBO's Game Of Thrones: Collector's Edition book, A Feast of Ice and Fire Cookbook, and even pre-ordered The World of Ice and Fire: The Official History of Westeros and The World of A Game of Thrones. I play the Game of Thrones board game almost every Saturday with my friends. I even have the comic book and coasters and a Targaryen t-shirt. I also have the first two seasons on Blu-Ray (pre-ordered them here like 6 months in advance). I am a huge fan of the series. I will update this review after each episode airs to give the most accurate review of the season as I can, as well as adding product specs when they become available for the Blu-Ray release of this season.

A Game of Thrones (book 1 in the Song of Ice and Fire book series) covered the first season. A Clash of Kings (book 2) was told in the second season. A Storm of Swords (book 3) however, is so meaty that D.B. Weiss and David Benioff want to cut out nothing of importance so it will span this season (season 3) and the next season (season 4). So for those who haven't watched this season yet, minor *spoilers* ahead. I won't give away anything too important and will keep these episode reviews mainly as a synopsis, and I won't complain about what's different from the book to screen adaptation, I promise.

This show has it all, mystery, drama, action, sex and nudity, monsters, magic and political intrigue. It's shot all over the world (Northern Ireland, Malta, Croatia, and Iceland) and the sets and costume design are amazing. Music by Ramin Djawadi is brooding, heavy, sad and exciting. This show is adult in nature and content, but speaks to the kid in me who dreams of sword fighting, joining battles and fighting for freedom, battling monsters and seeing Dragons and exotic women. This show is easily one of the best shows ever created. It's up there with The Wire, Breaking Bad, Lost, Shameless, Deadwood, Doctor Who, The Walking Dead and Justified. Shows that are pure escapism and a bit fantasy that are grounded in reality of the Human condition and that people can relate to. Granted I don't think any of us can relate to seeing sword fights and White Walkers or Dragons flying around, yet we can all relate to losing loved ones, being betrayed, and standing up for what is right and just. This show is an epic masterpiece, a classic that is sure to be talked about for years to come.
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