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Giveaway: Game of Thrones Seasons 1, 2, 3 & 4 Steelbook Edition

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Game of Thrones is an adaptation of the epic dark fantasy novel series A Song of Ice and Fire from writer George R.R. Martin and showrunners  David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. The series airs exclusively on HBO and stars Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Kit Harrington and Emilia Clarke. Season 7 debuts 2017.

Set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos Game of Thrones weaves several plot lines with a broad ensemble cast. The first narrative arc follows a civil war among several noble houses for the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms; the second covers the attempts of the exiled last scion of the realm’s deposed ruling dynasty to reclaim the throne; the third chronicles the rising threat of the impending winter and the legendary creatures and fierce peoples of the North.

Contest Closes July 4, 2016

1) Like us on Facebook after clicking HERE or Follow us on Twitter by clicking HERE – THEN –

2) Comment below with your favourite episode from Seasons 1 through 4.

 

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Featuring the evolutionary new audio technology Dolby Atmos, these steelbook sets for seasons one through four also feature brand new packaging with collectible magnetic sigils. The design for the packaging was done by Elastic (who are responsible for the show’s fantastic opening sequence) and all four are available to own in stores now.

Seasons three and four feature the Freys and Night’s Watch packaging respectively, while one and two are The Starks and Lannisters. Each set features all of the special features from previous editions as well, so these latest collections are the supreme presentation for all Game of Thrones fans with that added new audio track that really takes advantage of your surround sound systems.

Order the Steelbooks and more right HERE

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  • Andrew

    If there’s one thing Game of Thorns delivers in spades, it’s weddings. From the brutal and barbaric to the elegant and romantic, in the GOT world, few are without gripping drama, white-knuckle tension, and an overwhelming feeling things will never be the same.

    There’s a particular fan-favorite episode from season 3 that set the standard for jaw-dropping television, but for me, pure enjoyment arrives only a few episodes later in the fourth season courtesy of its fellow color-named follow up.

    Red was gut-wrenching, but leave it to purple brought up a fan-wide cheer. I’m referring to The Purple Wedding, from Season 4’s “The Lion and the Rose”. This was King’s Landing in its purest grandeur- a regal gold-trimmed celebration full of colorful characters left and right (unlike currently in King’s Landing), and as a fan, it delivers all the pomp and circumstance you’d hope to see from a royal wedding of such size.

    But pomp and circumstance only goes so far. Mix in the mounting tension of Tyrion’s public abuse from adolescent superjerk King Joffrey, topped with uppity Lannister family glares and poor Sansa’s misery, it all comes to a head at the episode’s conclusion, when we see Joffrey get his just desserts (pun intended) and croaks on the floor in front of all in attendance. With this show’s ability to run down fan-favorite characters at a moment’s notice, it sure was cathartic to see one of the most deserving baddies breathe his last despicable breath, turning a shade that would make Barney the Dinosaur proud.

    And a super bonus? This glare from GOT’s razor-sharp secret weapon, Olenna Tyrell, as she played her part in the most satisfying regicide ever put to film. The lesson? Don’t mess with the Queen of Thorns!

  • Austin Baroudi

    I’m only half way through seas on 2 right now, but my favorite episode so far was the finale in season 1, Fire and Blood. Thanks so much for the chance!
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

  • zombie_breeder

    I liked season 3 episode 1.