As we patiently await the arrival of Season 7 in the far away Summer of 2017, Game of Thrones fans have taken it upon themselves to create posters of their favorite show. In addition to the previous batch, we have the following group for your enjoyment. Fans wishing to remain unspoiled should take note, some of these posters are based on purported leaks from Season 7 After the first image of Cersei Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen, spoilers follow!
Battle of the Queens pic.twitter.com/TTPNkolium
— Game of Thrones Meme (@Thrones_Memes) November 30, 2016
Should these two ever occupy the same space, we are fairly certain our brains would melt from the excitement. Season 7 is shaping up to be a battle of the two queens, and we can’t wait for this ultimate power struggle.
Now this one is interesting. The artist appears to be suggesting that the Iron Throne would be destroyed by wildfire, not dragonfire. That, of course, implies that Cersei would destroy the Iron Throne herself, instead of allowing it to fall into Daenerys’ hands. (Or the White Walkers, as Dany’s vision in Season 2 implied.)
Regarding the date, of 6/29/2017, that’s an educated guess. And for all our sakes, we hope they are wildly wrong.
This next one, from Moon Mango, is quite evocative.
Winter is here, and we predict that more than one unfortunate soul will be buried under the snow and ice before all is said and done.
This one’s rather nice at first glance, except that’s not Longclaw in Jon Snow’s hand. Why would Jon go into battle without Longclaw? The devil is in the details artists.
Fan made poster for Game of Thrones Season 7 pic.twitter.com/xowcIJ2ExB
— Jon Snow (@LordSnow) December 10, 2016
The above image comes from Bran’s walk through the courtyard of Winterfell, and while not exactly spoiler territory, we are in love with the tagline “The end begins.” Also, we are sad, as we don’t want Game of Thrones to end.
And last but not least, we have the shadows of the great Houses of Westeros squaring off behind the Iron Throne. This one’s from a while back, but still very cool. We have a wolf, lion, dragon, stag, and a Kraken all clearly representing the Houses of Stark, Lannister, Targaryen, Baratheon, and Greyjoy respectively. The upper right-hand corner is perhaps a tree? Either way, bravo to the artist of the above photo, along with all the rest. Consider us entertained.