Peter Dinklage's T-Shirt Delivers the Perfect Message to George R.R. Martin
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Peter Dinklage's T-Shirt Delivers the Perfect Message to George R.R. Martin

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | January 22, 2014 | Comments ()



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According to Lost Horizons, he's apparently wearing it on set.

(via Geekhaven)

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  • DarthCorleone

    Martin's character-killing reputation is overrated in my opinion anyway.

  • Maddy

    I think Tyrion's safe (for now)

  • Three_nineteen

    The back of that shirt better say "George, please stop introducing new characters", otherwise the number of people we need to keep track of will hit triple digits.

  • lowercase_see

    Every time someone asks Martin when Winds of Winter is coming out, he kills another Stark.

  • BlackRabbit

    "What are our words?" "When Is Winter Coming?"

  • John W

    It should be "George, when is Winds of Winter coming out?"

  • CavemanGoGo
  • Ben

    I thought the logo looked awkward on his chest.

  • Lemon_Poundcake

    Well that takes all the fun out of it.

  • zeke_the_pig


  • Sara_Tonin00

    Does anyone die from disease in these books? Childbirth? Is natural death a thing in this universe, or are they really all immortal until violently ended?

  • RhodBerth

    Hoster Tully died of old age / sickness, to just name an obivous one.

  • manting

    He had a bad case of "bellycrabs."

  • Pat Sponaugle

    It's assumed Jon Snow's mother died in childbirth. And that's the last I'll say on that here.

  • Ben

    Karl Drogo died from an infection from a wound he got giving someone else a violent end. Does that count?

  • manting

    not exactly, MIri Maz Duhr treated his wound and created the infection, he then kind of dies and is resurrected but without his soul. He is then burned to death.

  • Ben

    I always thought it was kind of vauge on weather she created the infection or not? It seemed like it could have either been that or she just didn't treat the infection that was there. I mean that kind of shit would tend to get infected.

  • manting

    I thought she caused it. She is a gifted healer/sorceress and she gave him a poultice that caused the infection rather than healing the wound out of revenge.

  • Snath

    Greyscale affects a few characters in the books, and


    the bloody flux kills THOUSANDS.

  • foolsage

    There's a rather nasty (and potentially fatal) disease that becomes prominent in later books.

  • PoV Hector

    They don't go into too much. Spoiler alert as well, but a POV character in the book died through child birth. Also, Tyrion, his mother also died through childbirth. "IF" we are to believe the truth.

  • PoV Hector

    It was hinted in Book One. Sorry I can't spoil it

  • vic

    Wait...what POV character died in childbirth?

  • manting

    yeah, I cant think of who it is.

  • manting

    Lyanna Stark. Eddard Starks sister died in childbirth as did Jamie, Cersie, and Tyrion's mom Joanna Lannister.
    Disease has killed many characters. Theons brother died of greyscale. Robert Aryn is dieing of his disease.
    Kings Robert, Stannis, and Renly had their parents die in a shipwreck.
    Lady Olenna Tyrell's husband (Luthor Tyrell) road his horse off a cliff while hawking
    Tanda Stokeworth dies from complications from falling off a horse.
    Lord Gyles Rosby (the Master of Coin for awhile) dies of his coughing disease.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    Also, while he's not dying of it, Doran Martell has a serious case of gout.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I did not know that Lyanna Stark had ended up preggers in captivity. Interesting. The tv series seemed to be vague about how she specifically died, unless I just missed it.

  • manting

    she is described as dying in a bed of blood surrounded by her favorite blue winter roses in the book. It is not explicitly stated that she died in childbirth but there are a slew of hints to this.

  • Three_nineteen

    That's because the books don't say Lyanna was pregnant. That's an assumption that fits what is in the books, but there could be other explanations. The cause of Lyanna's death hasn't been described.

  • Zeus McGuinnes

    The griffin will surely. in the books to come

  • Ozioma

    The only name I can think of is Joanna Lannister, but she died before the series began. There's another character who was alive in the first book that bites it in a non-violent way later on, but that involves book spoilers out the wazoo.

  • Aaron Schulz

    I think getting molten gold poured on your head by your sisters husband is a natural death. I mean, in my family its run of the mill i dont know about you.

  • BlackRabbit

    Do inlaws get, like, hot lead or something?

  • Aaron Schulz

    we like to be different and use boiling mercury, no one in the room survives for some reason.

  • Afferbeck

    'Sire, grave news! Ser Johnnus Brownley has taken ill, he won't last the week!'

    'This will not do! Dispatch the guards to slaughter him and his family immediately! I will not allow so great a man to die such a totally lame death while I am king.'

  • zeke_the_pig

    Seeing as how I recall a demonic smoke monster emerging forth from a woman's loins with barely a sweat breaking, I reckon normal childbirth is a walk in the park.

  • Mrs. Julien

    That was a private family video. Can anyone recommend a good lawyer? I need to sue my obstetrician.

  • zeke_the_pig
  • Mrs. Julien

    It's hard to tell without the mask.

  • BlackRabbit

    Well, everyone wants to be king, but There Can Be Only One.

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