Awesome Game of Thrones Cover

Game of Thrones

Alright, I’m on the last few pages of “A Clash of Kings” and last night I went ahead and picked up “A Storm of Swords”. Still haven’t seen and episode yet of the HBO Series. That’s not really stopping me from geeking-out to it though. Like I just read this morning on who would be playing Brienne in the second season. Looks like it’s going to be Gwendoline Christie.

Brienne Tarth

Okay, I’ve never heard of her before, but I’m hoping she does a great job. Honestly, from the image above, she looks a little too attractive to be Brienne, or at least more attractive than I pictured how Brienne looked, but hey, I’m willing to give her a shot. She gets the Uncle Chudd seal of approval… and after looking at the image I’m more than willing to give it to her where ever she’d like… on her belly… the chest… maybe the forehead… yeah…

Anyways… The other day I came across a post on that featured 11 different versions of the Game of Thrones theme song (which fucking rules by the way). I guess some of these have been around awhile, but it looks like someone took two of the kick ass covers and combined them into one mega cover of Game of Thrones badassery! Anyhow check it out below and let us know what you think. I’m off to finish “A Clash of Kings”.


Here’s the Violin Version

And here’s the Heavy version

What the hell… here’s the original version

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  1. Buttery Wholesomeness

    07/09/2011 at 11:39 am

    Man, I’d love to pay more attention to this, but I still have to find a job!

  2. THPPPT! Fuck jobs! I say we do the only thing left to do in this country to earn an honest buck with out some asshole hanging a paycheck over your head… PORN! We’ll find some hot college-aged girls desperate for money (preferably asian…) and willing to experiment with each other, you set up the camera… we’ll be millionaires by next weekend. whad’ya say?

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