posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 02:09 AM
reply to post by fireyaguns
The series starts its next season on the 31'st of march. So I'd say they're selling mags on the basis of that.
I can imagine it being slightly less intense than when Lost would come back from season end. The internet would close down for a week at a time back
in those days, when torrents of island smoke monster data would flood the intertubes with packets and packets of telly dropping all over the place.
Unlike Lost, Game of Thrones appears to be able to stand on its own instead of leading the viewer further and further into the next season with
promises of answers to questions that they themselves made you ask, only to slap you silly at the end with a big fat trout and a smirk that says
"What, it's tv. you expected something good? suckers.."
We can all hate Joffrey with the same passion. Unlike Ben, whom we started feeling compassion for as it was revealed that he was an inevitable pawn in
a grand scheme that did nothing but mock his sincerity and loyalty.
Plus Lena Heady is ALWAYS good on screen. Paused, unpaused.. and all sorts of in between things..
Dragon eggs, imps (my favourite), tribal horsemen that umm, have beards and hair and arms and things.
Blonds! Oh the blonds...
How can it be anything but popular at this time.. and if it's not, it is now that you've reminded me about it and I have to set my rss up again.
Damn, I was doing so well cutting my downloads down...