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Things We Saw Today: Game of Thrones Beer

For those who want to add a little edge to their game of beer pong. (And by edge I mean decapitation.) (Entertainment Weekly)

Okay, in lighter news, even Witch-Kings gotta unwind sometime. (Fashionably Geek)

Hobbit hole door cookies! So much piping… (Gizmodiva)

Dali meets the Doctor. Has this ever happened in the show, I wonder?

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  • Lapin

    Game of Thrones beer for your GoT drinking game, obviously. Or to drown your sorrows whenever a beloved character dies.

  • John Wao

    When you play the Game of Thrones drinking game, you drink, or you die, there is no middle ground.

  • Chanel Diaz

    “Why do I get the feeling that at least some of the folks sending Dan Slott death threats for a storyline he worked into The Amazing Spider-Man would tell me I was overreacting for objecting at all to the Catwoman #0 cover or the retcon of Amazons to be baby killers? Slott’s gone public with the fact that he’s gotten death threats in an effort to emphasize that this is not acceptable behavior in any form. (Blastr)”

    Since when did the geek boys like the ones who back “The Fake Geek Girl” ever made any sense, to begin with?

    Which, speaking of those 2 very SEXIST Comics, excuse me while I go Scream in my ‘Stress Pillow.’

  • Lapin

    You drink until you die! Or until you decide to go drunken boar hunting…

  • John Wao

    Doesn’t Anne Hathaway, with her short hair, remind you of a young Liza Minnelli?

    Do you kids know who Liza Minnelli is?

  • Terence Ng

    I’ve long maintained that a long-haired Anne Hathaway would be a dead ringer for Liza when she was an 18 year old girl on Judy’s show. Seriously. Check out the recording of Liza doing “Put On a Happy Face”:

    It could be Anne any day and I want this to happen before it’s too late.

  • Terence Ng

    The Spider-Man story can be summarized in three words: Phoenix Force Redux.

    You could be more specific and also describe it as “Classic X-Men #8 Redux”.