I know that there have been severalreports, but they just don’t smell right to me. I know that it can be hard to have the contrarian view when the entire internet is waiting for this book to come out, and or speculating that The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring will be released at the same time, but that doesn’t make it any more likely.
Just like when you buy a stock in the stock market. You might want the stock to go up, but whether or not it does is 50/50.
The night may be dark and full of terrors, but they sure look incredible in this beloved calendar series. Inspired by the events, landscapes, and characters of A Game of Thrones and the rest of George R. R. Martin’s extraordinary ongoing masterwork, A Song of Ice and Fire, the 2017 edition features twelve breathtaking originals from award-winning fantasy illustrator Didier Graffet. With the artist’s dark, transfixing style on complete display, these specially commissioned pieces make this calendar a treat for all seasons.
As usual, top quality artwork.
Didier Graffet was born in Lyon, France, and has been an illustrator since 1994. He credits much of his inspiration to his childhood surroundings and has always been intrigued with dark mountains, threatening skies, and misty lakes. Graffet maintains that most ordinary landscapes can become extraordinary visuals if you let your imagination take over. His world is fully explored in the book Steam and Steel.
I’m not usually one to get all excited because of a trailer, but wow. This trailer has a lot going on in it, and it’s even hard to imagine what season 7 could contain at this point given the plot points that are advancing in this trailer.