The Japanese “Game Of Thrones” Covers Are Even More Amazing Than You Ever Imagined
Incredible book covers are coming. Warning: Potential spoilers.
When the A Song of Ice and Fire series was published in Japan, publishing company Hakayawa split the books into parts and commissioned new covers to be designed.
A Game Of Thrones, Part One featuring a heavily manga inspired depiction of Jon Snow.
The manga style artwork was created by Noriko Meguro and takes a huge departure in design from the Western covers of George R. R. Martin's hit fantasy series.
A Clash of Kings, Part One showing Arya with Needle.
A Clash of Kings, Part Two featuring an almost unrecognisable Sansa Stark.
A Storm of Swords, Part One showing Margaery Tyrell in a more prominent role.
A Storm of Swords, Part Two with an entirely different take on the appearance of Tyrion.
A Storm of Swords, Part Three featuring a more recognisable depiction of Samwell Tarly.
A Feast for Crows, Part One with an image of a much more imposing looking Jaime Lannister.
A Feast for Crows, Part 2 showing Cersei Lannister.
A Dance with Dragons, Part One with a depiction of Daenerys Targaryen, complete with dragons.
A Dance with Dragons, Part Two featuring Bran Stark.
A Dance with Dragons, Part Three showing Jon Snow.
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