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A Game of Thrones (2011)

A Game of Thrones (2011) #17
Thereís a lot going on in this series and there are several storylines to follow. Robb is off to free his father and a princess is a target for assassination. Rated mature, this issue is for true lovers of the title.

George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones #16
There's more royal court intrigue than you can shake a stick at in this issue. Some surprising bloodshed as well. Rated mature, fans are sure to like it.

George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones #15
It is hard to keep track of all the people and places in this series. Rated mature, it is for die-hard fans only.

George R.R. Martinís A Game of Thrones #14
This whole series is tedious. It is heavy with quotes and offers precious little action. There is some intrigue but most of it is uninteresting. Die hard fans of the title will be satisfied.

George R.R. Martinís A Game of Thrones #13
There are several story lines throughout this issue. It can be confusing, especially if the reader is unaware of the many plots. However, fans of the series will most likely be pleased with the story thus far.

Game of Thrones #12
The medieval fantasy continues as Bran encounters some bad guys while on a journey. Meanwhile, the imp Tyrion faces almost certain death at the hands of Lady Arryn. With lots of action and suspense, this story delivers.

A Game of Thrones #11
Fans of this series wonít be disappointed. Thereís danger and royal intrigue aplenty.