Season 7 Queen Outfits Decoded by Game of Thrones Costume Designer Michele Clapton


Followers of Daenerys Stormborn have been waiting many years for her to proudly wear the colors of House Targaryen. And yet, she wore blues during her liberation campaign and whites during her rule of Meereen. Award-winning costume designer Michele Clapton has made us wait, and for good reason. Now that Daenerys is finally on Westeros, the wait is over: blacks and reds are here to stay.

That said, as much as she’d like to, Daenerys isnˋt the only queen around. Cersei Lannister rules King’s Landing and Sansa Stark is the Lady of Winterfell (and presumably a princess.) Their clothing choices tell just as deep a story as Dany’s, and Clapton is open to decipher exactly what these stories are and tell us about them.

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The 101 Greatest Moments of Game of Thrones! #60 – 41

Cast photo Season 3

This week, we’re getting fired up for the new season of Game of Thrones by looking back on the previous six, and counting down the best of the best moments. For five days we’ll be at this, kicking it off on Monday when we also reopened our brand-spanking-new forums! Yesterday we kept the party going, reaching all the way to number 61.

With today’s terrific twenty, we’re finally reaching the top 50 portion of our countdown! As always, don’t be shy about sharing your faves and your own picks along the way. Enjoy!

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Game of Thrones Showrunners Tease Season 7 War & Aidan Gillen Confirms Arya Theory

Dan Weiss and David Benioff teased by Emilia Clarke during filming

Dan Weiss and David Benioff teased by Emilia Clarke during filming

Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are always quite elusive during the off-season, so when they begin taking interviews you know it’s almost time for our yearly dose of Game of Thrones. The time has arrived, and they discuss everything from the convergence of characters and the increased pacing to the massive new battle scenes. Of course, they also get into the cause for all of this: as the endgame approaches, the Great War is finally here.

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Announcing the Winners of the “You Win or You Die: The Ancient World of Game of Thrones” Giveaway!

You Win or You Die Book Cover

If you didn’t win yesterday’s giveaway, then you’re in luck, because today we’re announcing the winners of yet another spectacular Game of Thrones giveaway here at the Wall! Three fortunate readers will be taking home copies of the intriguing new book You Win or You Die: The Ancient World of Game of Thrones, written by Ayelet Haimson Lushkov. 

A sequel to Carolyne Larrington‘s Winter is Coming: The Medieval World of Game of Thrones, this book, according to its publishers, “reveals the remarkable extent to which the entire Game of Thrones universe is animated by its ancient past.”

For those of you who don’t win today, you can still pick up the book now on AmazonUK for just £12.99! You Win or You Die: The Ancient World of Game of Thrones will be released in the USA on July 25th, so add this one to your WishLists.

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The 101 Greatest Moments of Game of Thrones: #80 – 61

season 2 Game of Thrones teaser poster

The North remembers, and so do Game of Thrones fans. But sometimes we all need a little refresher of what we love about the show, so this week we’re sharing the best of the best from the past six seasons. Yesterday we kicked off the list by counting down numbers 101 through 81 of the greatest moments.

How do we decide what’s great? Very complex process involving ballots, fire magic, Google Docs, swearing, Chipotle- oh and combing through every single episode before we even started the process. Our collective shortlist was hell to compile but a nerd’s gotta do what a nerd’s gotta do. Cutting that incredible (and not-at-all-short) shortlist down to just 101 entries was a terrible challenge. On the upside, we’re more sure than ever that Game of Thrones is consistently the best damn show around.

With that said, welcome to day 2 of our countdown! Please feel free to share your own choices in comments, because what good is a list without a debate? And most of all, enjoy!

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The winners of the Game of Thrones versus History: Written in Blood Giveaway!

Game of Thrones Written in Blood CoverThe only thing better than kicking off a Game of Thrones giveaway is finishing one and choosing the winners! And our latest one is especially amazing, with TEN lucky winners from our fandom taking home copies of the new book Game of Thrones versus History: Written in Blood.

It’s perfect timing too, with the summer and the new season on the horizon. We’ve got time to kill before the July 16th premiere and bloody Game of Thrones history is perfect beach reading. (Or maybe I’m projecting? I did read the Red Wedding for the first time all those years ago on Hampton Beach…) This collection of essays edited by Brian A. Pavlac is just the ticket, and ten of you will win it.

For those of you not so lucky today, never fear: Game of Thrones versus History: Written in Blood is now available in paperback and ebook everywhere books are sold.

Now, drumroll please! The winners of the giveaway are….

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Jessica Henwick speaks of Nymeria Sand’s Season 7 role and how she was almost cut


Last we saw the Sand Snakes of Dorne, their new ruler Ellaria Sand had just struck an alliance with Olenna Tyrell, in mourning and enraged after her entire family’s murder. They were all promised “Vengeance, Justice, Fire and Blood” by Ellaria and Varys. From then on, as part of Dany’s massive fleet, they should all be able to get what they want. Jessica Henwick, who plays the less bull-headed of Oberyn’s bastard daughters, Nymeria, has spoken up about her role this upcoming seventh season, and perhaps more interestingly, about how she almost did not get to come back for season seven.

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