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Waiting 4 Game of Thrones

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Jan 13, 2013 | 1:28 PM EST

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Joffrey tells Tyrion about his expectations for season three of Game of Thrones.
Made this in anticipation for the upcoming season. Hope you enjoy and as always reviews are appreciated!

Big thanks to NG for the Front Page!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

i'm really glad someone else thought this too
i hope Joffery gets slapped in season 3 too


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

You know, there's much more sex in the book, all in gory detail. The thing is, a lot of things happen in thought and talk during it (at least in the books), so it can't be skipped. Though, it certainly makes for an embarrassing situation if someone sees you watching it.
However, I do applaud George R.R. Martin for addressing something that fantasy stories try to avoid to an extent: sex. Because people have sex, and it adds to the semi-realism that the story gives off.
And I've read the book that the next season will cover. It does indeed contain heavy amounts of nudity and sex, as always.

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Jonimator responds:

I finished reading A Dance with Dragons the other month, and I gotta say I don't completely agree with you. I find that in the books, when there's sex, it always has a good reason to be there and drives the story forward, whereas in the HBO series the sex is just straight up gratuitous. They simple use it as eye candy to keep the viewers whose attention can't be held by conversation alone. There's a good number of cases where if anything, it just takes time away from the storyline, unlike the books.
Either way, I'm still a huge fan of the TV series. Just thought I'd poke fun at it's one main failing in my eyes. Thanks for the review!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The animation is good, but it's not funny. The nudity is only a big deal to whiny babies anyways.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I guess.

One of the strengths of Game of Thrones (and, of course, the books it's based on) it in its ability to approach and make mundane a topic that fantasy has traditionally fled in fear from; sex. It might overdo it, but not nearly so bad as the traditionally Tolkien-esque fantasy settings that have extracted all sex (and all women) from them. The Hobbit, for instance, doesn't even have a single female character in it!

Aside from that, this merely pandered to Tyrion fans and Joffrey haters. Really, it's people like Tyrion at HBO that are the reason there's so much sex in the series. It seemed strange to use Tyrion as the mouthpiece against nudity. Everyone enjoys watching Joffrey get slapped, but over this issue it felt really out of place.

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