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Game of Thrones Season 5: Inside the Episode #7 (HBO)
Inside HBO's Game of Thrones
Missing GoT already? Here's what to check out after the HBO phenomenon's finale. We may never know. For starters, GoT was not George R. Martin's first book. By the time it was published in , Martin was already a three-time Hugo Award winner once each for best novella, novelette and short story , an established novelist and a screenwriter including writing episodes for the revival of The Twilight Zone. The official canon of A Song of Ice and Fire books commonly referred to as ASOIAF includes everything written within the main books, plus quite a few prequels, some excerpts and a couple of history and art books -- plus the prerelease Winds of Winter chapters and the graphic novels based on the main book series.
You can expect an avalanche of merch commemorating the end of the Game of Thrones era, but this new four-book collection from Insight Editions and HBO just might be the coolest for the nerds among us who love seeing how the show comes together. In this deluxe art collection, Game of Thrones storyboard artist William Simpson shares the brilliant and painstaking work that is an integral part of assembling each episode of the award-winning series. This gorgeous book features a unique behind-the-scenes look into pivotal moments and early conceptual art from Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones: The Storyboards is the definitive compendium of storyboards for this hit series and captures the impressive scope of its rich development and artistry. This unique collection is a must-have for all fans of this breathtaking show.
The book is written by Bryan Cogman , who has also written two episodes of the series and serves as "keeper of the mythos" for the production. The book has an introduction by showrunners David Benioff and D. Weiss , and a preface by George R. As the official companion book to the series, information presented in this volume is treated as canon by this Wiki, unless contradicted by in-episode information. The book contains in-universe material, such as family trees and maps, and behind-the-scenes sections, including interviews with cast and crew.