Game of Thrones Recap Megapost

Here are some of my favorite recaps from around the web for episode 4 of season 2 of Game of Thrones.

  1. Larry Williams of OtakuASSEMBLE ~ he has never read the books, which gives him a unique take on the show. Love his off the cuff reactions :)
  2. Andy Greenwald of ~ another recapper who hasn’t read the books, Andy is hilarious and his reviews are probably the funniest I’ve read
  3. Sean T. Collins of Rolling Stone ~ he has read the books which makes his reviews particularly insightful. He always makes really interesting op culture analogies (like this week ep to American Psycho)
  4. Maureen Ryan of The Huffington Post ~ she is a book reader as well. I enjoy hearing the perspective of women viewers because I think the show gets a lot of undeserved flack for being “anti women”. She’s also really sharp in her observations.
  5. Watching the Thrones on ~ this is a super unique panel style review of each episode. I really like the fact that they have a wide range of opinions (including those of founders Elio and Linda)

What Is Dead May Never Die – Episode 3 Recap

Last week’s episode of Game of Thrones ended with a straight-up cliffhanger, in which Jon Snow discovers the not-too-surprising secret that incestuous father Craster has been disposing of his infant sons (offering them, it turns out, as sacrifices to the White Walkers). It leads, in the first scene of “What Is Dead May Never Die,” to the perhaps-somewhat-more-surprising revelation that Mormont knows damn well what Craster is up to.

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Game of Thrones News Dump

First, the videos…

 Introduction of New Characters

Introduction of New Locations

“Nowhere To Hide” Promo

“You Win or You Die” Featurette

A couple of reviews for season 2 have been released and they’re overwhelmingly positive!

  • First up is Entertainment Weekly, who gives the second installment an “A-“. The full review can be found HERE.
  • Next up is Variety; here is just one quote from the rave review, “By that measure, this [Game of Thrones] really might the closest spiritual heir to “The Sopranos” HBO has delivered since the show’s notorious whiteout.” The full review can be found HERE.


Well guys, it’s not long now :) 5 days!