Tuesday, June 18, 2024

House of Fire & Blood – Episode 36 “House of Eva Craft Foam – Green and Black Trailer Review”

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This entry is part 35 of 36 in the series House of Fire & Blood

What if George R. R. Martin’s Fire and Blood was written more like HBO’s House of the Dragon? Caroline and Gretchen analyze Martin’s work from this perspective and search for hidden stories in the text.

This week Caroline and Gretchen review the “Green” and the “Black” trailers. They conclude that violence is bad, and they hope the writers know!

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