As fun time killers go, this fan-made Game of Throne 8-bit style game is what you should be looking for. Created by Spanish comic artist Abel Alves, the game is much like the good old games of the era gone by. It won’t really tell you the story of the series, but what it will give you is a plenty of time for fun.
Game of Thrones sigils must invade every franchise and universe possible. In their latest move, the sigils have invaded NFL logos. DJroomba made illustrations that fit Game of Thrones house sigils with NFL teams, and in fact went the extra mile creating several logos for each team, so you can have the pick on what you like best.
Team Casterly Rocket
Reddit user e_lasorda (previously) has a set of illustrations presenting Pokemon as Game of Thrones house sigils. As a bonus, there’s the very interesting Team Casterly Rocket, which we think takes the cake.
In a universe where Star Wars crosses over with Game of Thrones, make sure to stay out of the way of the Sith Lord Khal Drogo. DeviantArt user jbcasacop imagined Dark lord of the Khalasar as a figure to represent his love for both franchises. The series might have more illustrations coming, so we figure more awesomeness is on its way.
If Sansa Stark and Tyrion Lannister were in a romantic comedy instead of the grisly world of Westeros, well things wouldn’t change much, but it would be the Game of Hearts. Oh, and Morgan Freeman would find a way into that world of comedy and romance.
Game of Thrones meets Breaking Bad, and Walter White steals everyone’s glory.
You just have to love this Game of Thrones inspired fan art series by Doodle-Mon. The color and style are vivid, to say the least, but it is the moment captured in these illustrations that makes it so truly impressive. Prints available on StoreEnvy.
King Stewie Lannister
Reddit user e_lasorda created this mashup set where Family Guy characters find themselves in the Game of Thrones universe. You have to give them some credit. These guys are pretty well suited for the roles.
The eternal truth of Game of Thrones.
Game of Thrones or A Song of Ice and Fire represent very detailed and expansive worlds that even the most dedicated followers might have trouble keeping up with. Though appreciating that world might be much easier once you have access to maps that show the geography very well. Maps of Westeros by J.E. Fullerton (previously) are well detailed, illustrated to show off the different regions, and made with such simplicity, they could have come from MS Paint.