Game of Thrones will not be returning for its third season until March 2013, but here's something to whet your appetite in the meantime. Next month, HBO will be releasing Inside HBO's Game of Thrones, a visual companion to the series that goes behind the scenes of the book-inspired drama to explore the complex transformation of the original best-selling A Song Of Ice And Fire novels by George R.
Game of Thrones, despite its popularity among nerds and anti-nerds alike, became decidedly less popular when creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss admitted that one of the decapitated heads on a spike in a season one episode was in the likeness of former President of the United States George W.
Season one of HBO's runaway hit series, Game of Thrones, emerged on DVD back in February, and maybe it's the ability to watch all those episodes over and over again that made viewers take notice of one of the decapitated heads on a spike near Ned Stark's (Sean Bean) that bore a suspicious resemblance to that of former President of the United States George W.