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Louisa Mellor Aug 14, 2017
If your memory of past Thrones seasons is fuzzier than you’d like, here’s a refresher on key background relevant to this week’s ep…
Warning: contains spoilers for Game Of Thrones 7.5 Eastwatch.
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As it builds towards its endgame, Game Of Thrones is now mining almost seven seasons of eventful intrigue, conspiracy and action. Plot-points disregarded for years are poping up and long-absent characters are returning to the fold. If your recall of what’s happened in seasons past isn’t as sharp as it could be, we’re here to help.
From Gendry, to Sansa’s season one letter to Robb, from Gilly’s unwitting discovery to the mystery reappearance of (hooray!) Kevin Eldon, here are a few questions you may need answering about this week’s Game Of Thrones episode…
What’s that new bit in the opening credits? »
The hit HBO series Game of Thrones is brutal, but our Game of Thrones puzzles are beautiful—they’re Beautiful Death, to be precise. Best known for his original creations at BeautifulDeath.com, HBO’s official episode-by-episode guide to the most iconic deaths on Game of Thrones, Robert M. Ball’s breathtaking artwork seems to pop right off the table as you assemble these 1000-piece puzzles. Measuring 19 by 27-inches, they’re large enough to capture the intricate detail of these artworks.
Long May She Reign is the artwork for season 6, episode 10, “The Winds of Winter”, marking Cersei’s successful ploy to destroy the Great Sept of Baelor and claim the Iron Throne for herself. The haunting details of the skulls and red-to-green color transition invoke an otherworldly, awe-inspiring feeling.Violence is a Disease is Ball’s rendition of season 6, episode 7, “The Broken Man.” With vivid red accents trailing across the »
- ComicMix Staff
The following contains spoilers for Game of Thrones season seven. Game of Thrones fans know that Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish always has a trick up his sleeve, but a moment in the seventh season has us worried that his latest scheme could change everything for the newly reunited Stark family. But before we dive into our concerns, we need to explore a bit of Littlefinger's background - specifically, his connection to the free city of Braavos. As you might recall, Arya journeys to Braavos to train with the Faceless Men in earlier seasons, and it's where she learns the true meaning of "Valar morghulis." The face-swapping skills that she picks up during this training follow her back to Westeros, aiding her in her revenge against the Frey family in particular. She is also well-trained in the Braavosi fighting style, "water dancing," which she first begins learning with Syrio Forel in season one. »
- Brinton Parker
Author: Zehra Phelan
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Amber Heard’s Queen Mera, has however made an appearance on the packaging of a yet to be released Mera Barbie Doll, looking likely to provide young girls yet another strong female superhero character they can aspire to after the inspirational success of Wonder Women earlier in the year. »
- Zehra Phelan
Author: Chris Haydon
Spoilers For Game Of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 Throughout
Just when you think you've composed yourself following the staggering third episode of Game of Thrones Season 7 – "The Queen's Justice" – showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss come at you with a ferocious suckerpunch. This week's hour, "The Spoils of War", will be long remembered as one of the finest in the show's lengthy history; an episode which completely solidifies why HBO's flagship fantasy drama is not only the most impressive small screen offering at current, but among the best television shows of all-time.
Although the shortest episode of the shortest ever season – we are officially over halfway now, everyone – this was an utterly explosive, endlessly thrilling, and richly satisfying journey through the Seven Kingdoms; serving up a battle for the ages. What a thunderous piece of television this was.
The Title: "The Spoils of War"
What Does It Mean? »
- Chris Haydon
Arya Stark is back in Westeros on Game of Thrones, and she's in full revenge mode. Now that she's picked up a few tricks from the time she spent at the House of Black and White, she's using them to avenge her family. After exacting revenge on the Freys for the Red Wedding, Arya is merrily on her way to kill the queen - well, after she stops over at Winterfell right quick. When she finally reunites with her family, she also mentions the kill list - which Sansa initially laughs at, but then realizes it's a legit thing when Three-Eyed-Raven Bran mentions it too. Arya's Kill List, if you don't remember, is the list of people she started reciting a few seasons ago after losing almost her entire family at the hands of various villains. There were 11 names on the list originally, which the fiercest Stark girl has not »
- Shannon Vestal Robson
After months of speculation, Gavin Rossdale has made his blossoming relationship with Sophia Thomalla Instagram official. The rocker shared a smiley shot with the German model on Sunday, taken just after the pair landed in Reno, Nevada.
“Having fun in #Reno,” the 51-year-old captioned the photo of the new couple in front of a private plane. Rossdale was in “The Biggest Little City in the World” to play a show with his band, Bush.
The photo marks the first time Rossdale has acknowledged a new woman in his life following his split from wife of nearly 13 years, Gwen Stefani. He »
- Jordan Runtagh
During yesterday’s DC Collectibles panel at the San Diego Comic-Con yesterday, DC unveiled a host of upcoming limited edition statues and figures set for release over the coming months. Check out some of the official promotional images here…
DC Bombshells Green Lantern
Gotham City Garage Supergirl and Batgirl
DC Designer Series Trinity statue designed by Jason Fabok
DC Artists Alley Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman
DC Artists Alley HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque Batman, Harley Quinn and The Joker
DC Essentials Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Deathstroke, Green Lantern and Nightwing
Batman: The Animated Series Batcave and Alfred
See Also: Follow all of our San Diego Comic-Con coverage here »
- Gary Collinson
For fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones, there is no shortage of destinations and itineraries to visit the real-life filming locations behind the seven kingdoms. However many of these bucket-list trips come with a hefty price tag.
Wanderu created an itinerary that makes it possible for travelers on a budget to visit some of the series’ most memorable locations — for under $100.
Using Croatia’s bus system, travelers can see the House of Black and White, the City »
- Cailey Rizzo
After years of teasing, Winter is finally here on Game of Thrones, but how much time has actually passed since the pilot episode? Time in Westeros doesn't move the same way it does in the real world. Seasons last for years at a time, and if months are a thing, the characters never mention them. Keeping the timeline straight becomes even harder when you try to reconcile things like the rapid aging of Cersei's children (seriously, don't even attempt to use Tommen as a marker because it will make your brain explode) or the speed with which Varys makes his return trip to Meeren at the end of season six. It's also worth pointing out that episodes like the season seven premiere, "Dragonstone," make it clear events aren't always happening concurrently for the characters - enough time elapses after the cold open when Arya slaughters the Freys for the news »
- Sabienna Bowman
There's a major Game of Thrones player who has been missing from fans' screens since way back in season one, but according to the preview for the second episode of season seven, she's about to make a triumphant return. This furry character only appears in two episodes before being banished to the wilderness, but she's never left our hearts . . . that's right, we're talking about Arya Stark's direwolf, Nymeria. You might recall Nymeria as the adorable floof who helps innocent Arya pack her bags for King's Landing in season one, then jumps to her defense when Prince Joffrey attacks the youngest Stark sister in the Riverlands. Fearing that the Lannisters will kill Nymeria for defending her - and rightfully so, considering that Cersei orders Lady to be executed in the other wolf's place - Arya sets her direwolf companion free, throwing rocks to make Nymeria run away from Lannister guards. Devastatingly, »
- Brinton Parker
Forget winter: Sunday — and Game of Thrones‘ Season 7 premiere — is coming.
If you’re one of the devoted (but busy!) fans of HBO’s fantasy series, there’s a good chance you’re not up to speed on the goings-on in Westeros. Or Meereen. Or the Iron Islands. Or Dorne. Man, they really spread the action all over in Season 6, didn’t they?
Because you have eyes and have ostensibly visited the Internet at some point in the last year, you probably are aware that Jon Snow survived his Season 5 beat-down. But how? And what happened next? Did Daenerys ever make it home? »
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- Silas Lesnick
Game of Thrones will launch its latest worldwide touring exhibition this fall. The trek will begin in Europe. It's unclear when the exhibit will arrive in the United States.
The show will feature props, costumes and set decorations from the hit HBO show, as well as various immersive and interactive exhibits. Recreations of Westeros and Essos includes locales like King's Landing, the North, the conquered city of Meereen, the House of Black and White, Castle Black, the lands Beyond the Wall and, of course, the Iron Throne Room.
HBO has »
Can a girl be no one and yet still avenge the brutal destruction of her entire family? Of all the journeys in Game of Thrones, that of Arya Stark is among the bleakest, harshest and most mythic. The fall of a young Lady of Winterfell to the rise of a deadly, merciless assassin, tooled in the trade of ancient and mystical forces, is as compelling as it is fascinating.
Arya begins her journey as a girl out of place. One of the two daughters of Lord Eddard Stark, Lord of Winterfell and Warden of the North, she is an impish troublemaker; a tomboy who clashes with her regal, self-obsessed sister Sansa (very much a ‘Princess’) and enjoys being an agent of mischief around Winterfell, while also looking up to her elder brother Jon & doting over her direwolf, Nymeria. When »
- Tony Black
Louisa Mellor Jul 14, 2017
As season 7 approaches, here are the broad strokes of what you need to remember from Game Of Thrones season 6…
Massive season 6 spoilers ahead, obviously.
When Game Of Thrones season five ended, Jon was dead, Arya was blind, Daenerys was a prisoner of the Dothraki, Cersei still had one remaining child, and winter was coming. When it finished, Jon was alive, Arya could see, Dany was the commander of the Dothraki, Cersei had lost her last son but gained the Iron Throne, and winter had finally come. Big wheel keep on turnin’, Proud Mary keep on burnin’.
Burnin’ was a theme of season six, which saw several women violently seize power, often by setting fire to stuff. Dany burnt a »
Andrew Blair Jun 29, 2017
Feat. graffiti, baking, nuns and talking like an 80s Cyberman, here are the experiences all Doctor Who fans should have at least once...
Obviously it will be tricky to do anything on this list after death (besides I’m saving that time for giving Engines Of War another read), but clickbait headlines own us all now. Think of these ideas listed below as a Doctor Who themed bucket list, and use some of your freedoms to add to it in the comments section.
1. Go to Paris, stand at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, look up at the top and shout 'Bye Bye Duggan'.
2. Find and play the Doctor Who pinball game.
3. Anywhere you see a wall covered in graffiti, find »
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If anything, September will be an important month for Marvel because, if all goes according to plan, they’ll be just about ready to put their currently in progress crossover event, Secret Empire, behind them and poised to move forward with whatever their next major initiative may be. And while we haven’t been in contact with any flies on the walls over at the House of Ideas, we’re pretty sure the Marvel Legacy one-shot is the vanguard.
First, let’s talk a bit about Secret Empire because that seems like the logical thing to do. Not long ago, it was revealed that a tenth issue would be added to the limited series, something not unheard of when it comes to major events – especially those from Marvel. And although this would seem like a definitive end to the story, there where rumors swirling that an eleventh wasn’t out of the question.
From what we can tell, that’s not going to happen, but an epilogue of sorts in Secret Empire Omega #1 has been announced. Upon examining the solicitation below, it quickly becomes apparent that this will likely be an essential read given that it retains the very same creative team that worked on the mainline series itself.
Cover by Mark Brooks
Variant Cover by Michael Cho
Variant Cover By Michael Turner
Black And White Variant Cover By Michael Turner
No More Hydra Variant Cover Also Available
Secret Empire Aftermath!
• Hydra has fallen, but the world is still not secure! As the heroes of the Marvel Universe stir from the wreckage of the battlefield, the inevitable rebuilding must begin.
• However, one question hangs in the air over the proceedings: What redemption can there be for Captain America?
40 Pgs./Rated T+ …$4.99
Should that meet its targeted September release – which may be a feat, especially when you consider that Secret Empire #6 has been delayed until July 19 – that’ll smoothly transition into the all important Marvel Legacy #1 (solicitation below). So, if the publisher does allow it to ship before Secret Empire concludes, we can only hope that it doesn’t completely spoil the crossover’s ending. But, then again, let’s not forget this is the same lot that released Who Will Wield The Shield? before Captain America: Reborn wrapped.
Double Gatefold Cover By Joe Quesada
Wraparound Variant Cover by Mark Brooks
Variant Cover by Alex Ross
Young Variant Cover By Skottie Young
Variant Cover By Amy Reeder
Everything Starts Here!
It begins at the dawn of the human race, and ends with a child’s prayer! In between, empires fall, mysteries brew, secrets are revealed, quests are undertaken and legends are forged! All leading up to the dramatic return you’ve been waiting for — and one you’ve been dreading!
Marvel Legacy: It’s everything you’ve been longing for — and more!
64 Pgs./On-shot/Rated T+ …$5.99 »
- Eric Joseph
Lindsay Lohan is celebrating love! The 30-year-old actress took to Instagram to share a sweet video in celebration of her friends, Scott Guinn and Oliver Luckett, as they tied the knot in Iceland on Saturday. Related: Lindsay Lohan Goes Demure in Black and White Look at amfAR Gala in Cannes “What a beautiful day with […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Lindsay Lohan is celebrating love!
The 30-year-old actress took to Instagram to share a sweet video in celebration of her friends, Scott Guinn and Oliver Luckett, as they tied the knot in Iceland on Saturday.
"What a beautiful day with beautiful people @revilopark #soiceland #grateful #ramadan #blessed ❤️ »
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