Disappointed Game Of Thrones Fan Illustrates What Scenes Season 8 Should Have Had And We Absolutely Agree

“I am a sucker for fantasy in general but I especially love when stories build their momentum from the nature of their characters,” the artist said. “I like a spectacle as much as anyone but I tend to dislike it if it’s just for its own sake. George R.R. Martin understands that the fantastical should be pressed into the service of illuminating the tragedies and triumphs of everyday life.” A Song of Ice and Fire.” Benjamin believes that a huge reason why the last season of the TV show is declining is story compression. “It’s just what happens sometimes. Actors get older, budgets are set, contracts run out and shooting locations become unavailable. George R.R. Martin wants to do two …

Dragon fire and fury: Game of Thrones has turned on its bloodthirsty fans

With its latest emotionally eviscerating (and hideously naff) episode, the show held up a mirror to its audiences lust for violence and were all implicated In wrapping up in six, albeit lengthy episodes, a boy from a which already downed one dragon, would make for a more effective defence shield? Apparently not. As for Dany herself, her descent into dead-eyed vindictiveness has been too steep, in keeping with the general, compressed feel of this series. Was the killing of Missandei really enough to tip her over this particular edge? Presumably this counts as a draw? Cleganebowl. Photograph: Courtesy of HBO Then there was the eganebowl, which, like much of this episode, felt like it was pandering to the expectations of …