At New York Comic-Con, everything geeks love is gloriously conglomerated into one place. There is so much to see that sometimes it can seem like a daunting task. In addition to comics, prints, collectibles, and games, there is also a proverbial cornucopia of clothing and accessory exhibitors. This week, I will be highlighting some of the most exciting and unique clothing and accessory exhibitors in preparation of the exciting events to come!
Featured vendor: Sparkle! Designs Feature product: “Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords” Charm Necklace
So this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International is in full swing and everyone is excited to geek out over whatever they geek out over. While most people were on the convention floor during Wednesday’s preview night getting an early read on the event, Geeks Of Doom was invited to explore the Con’s interactive Game Of Thrones exhibit, The Hall Of Faces.
For those that don’t know, in HBO’s Game Of Thrones, there is a place in Braavos called the House of Black and White, and in it you can find a place appropriately called The Hall Of Faces, which houses the skinned faces of the dead. These faces are then worn by those who want to blend into the crowd so they can perform whatever deed needs to be done, namely assassinations.
We were able to get an early look at what is going on inside SDCC’s Hall of Faces. Check out our photos here below.
Back in December, a sketch was released that revealed a new look for the character of Arya Stark for the upcoming season of HBO’s Game Of Thrones.
Now, the first look at Maisie Williams as Arya Stark for Season 5 has been released. The 17-year-old actress is featured on one of the new Game Of Thrones covers from Entertainment Weekly, as well as in a photo inside the issue that reveals her full attire.
Check out all four covers — Arya, Tyrion, Jon Snow, Daenerys — and the new photo of Arya here below.
We’re still many months away from the premiere of Season 5 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, but by the way things left off in Season 4, we know we can expect a lot of changes. One such change will be to the character of Arya Stark, the younger Stark daughter who spent the last few seasons on the road disguised as a boy to hide from the Lannisters while she searched for her surviving relatives.
The tomboyish teenager, played on the show by Maisie Williams, will finally put aside her long pants and grow out her short locks in favor of a more feminine look.