Entertainment Weekly reveals 16 Game of Thrones covers for its March issue


We’re in the great game now, folks. With just about a month and a half away from the Game of Thrones season 8 premiere, Entertainment Weekly has revealed a whopping 16 Game of Thrones-themed covers for its March issue, each focused on a different character or characters. There are no spoilers, but there is a whole lotta eye candy.


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We begin with a photo of all of our favorite character standing shoulder to shoulder for one final group photo (this isn’t a cover; it’s inside the magazine). It looks like they’re on the massive King’s Landing set the crew built at Titanic Studios in Belfast.

We also get a new shot of Daenerys…

and one of Brienne and Davos looking…unsettled:

Moving on to the covers, let’s start with the Queen of Westeros, Cersei Lannister. She’s not wearing a crown but is rocking the red and gold of House Lannister:

Here’s Jaime Lannister, sword at the ready:

Next, Tyrion looks very serious:

Brienne looks fierce and armed for war:

By the way, if you haven’t picked up on it, everyone is wearing the costumes they had on in the recent season 8 character posters.

Ser Davos grudgingly shares a cover with Melisandre:

Gilly and Sam are dressed for cold weather. Gilly didn’t get her own character poster, so it’s good to see her here. I love Sam’s raised eyebrow.

Actor John Bradley is pretty hyped for it:

Missandei and Grey Worm, who stuck together a continent away from home:

Cleganebowl get hype!

I’m not sure Ser Jorah is pleased to be sharing his cover with Lord Varys.

It kind of feels like they paired these two up because they didn’t have anyone else to go with them. Jorah surely wanted to share a cover with Daenerys, but I think we all know the Mother of Dragons has her own cover:

And here’s uncle Euron with nephew Theon. The lack of Yara disturbs me. She didn’t get a character poster, either:

Let’s check in on the Starks. Here’s the Lady of Winterfell herself:

Arya’s cover might be my favorite. Check out the sheath for her Valyrian steel dagger:

Here’s Bran…er, the Three-Eyed Raven:

Jon, mounted on a horse, is ready to lead the army of the living against the Night King and his army of the dead:

And, to wrap it all up, the Night King gets his own cover:

You can order each individual cover from Entertainment Weekly here. Game of Thrones season 8 premieres on April 14.

One more thing: where’s Podrick Payne, HBO? WHERE’S PODRICK?

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