Game of Thrones Season 2 in *More* Pictures (PHOTOS)

Game of Thrones Season 2 is only days away. But you know what's only a tiny scroll of your web browser away? More pictures from Season 2! Here are the 20 newest show photos released by HBO, featuring both returning characters and new faces that you'll see... in just a few days!

Psst! Need a refresher on Season 1? Visit our Game of Thrones hub.


This little lad is driving all the teen girls of Westeros crazy with the new pop song "Boyfriend." Yes, it's Ser Justin Bieberosa of House Pansypants! Oh, my mistake! It's Arya Stark, a.k.a. Arry, in her adorable boy haircut. How she took time to pose for a picture with the Lannisters looking to cut her face off, we'll never know. But seriously, look at the stitching on that top. Someone made that by hand.


Here's the dopest sellsword (mercenary, for you modern folk) in the land, Bronn. He's the guy who fought in Tyrion's place at the Eyrie, because Bronn's attitude is basically this: "Thy dost not giveth a fucketh." Someone please tattoo that on their back with a picture of Bronn's face... and send us a picture!


Here's Cersei, thinking about murdering some kittens and making makeup out of their ground up bones.


This handsome fella is Jeor Mormont, Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. He's been with the unheralded protectors of the North for so long that there's a good chance even YOU have enjoyed the pleasure of a woman's touch since he last did.


Here she is: Daenerys Targaryen-Stormborn-Drogo-Gonzalez! Best known as the woman who spawned a million slutty Halloween costumes last year! Keep 'em comin' ladies!


This salty old crab is Davos Seaworth, a smuggler who was made a knight by Not King Stannis Baratheon. In the books, the last digits of all the fingers of one of his hands were cut off by Stannis as punishment for being a smuggler. But Stannis was kind enough to let him actually keep the digits, so he's REALLY good at doing that trick where it looks like he's pulling off part of his thumb. It really freaks out his nephews!


Remember Gendry? He's the smithy from King's Landing who doesn't know that he's Robert Baratheon's bastard. He also doesn't know that, along with Jon Snow, he's a member of the Handsome Bastards Club. Mrrrrow!


Listen. I know you non-readers don't like Jaime. But trust me. He's the tits. It might not happen 'til Season 4. It might happen this season. But it happens. That's the thing about this show, you never know who you will end up liking. Except Joffrey. Screw that guy.


I'm not going to spoil anything here, but this guy's name is Jaqen H'ghar. He's in a cage. All I'll say is remember that face.


You may remember Maester Pycelle, the wise old bootlicker from King's Landing, as the old dude who did those half-naked calisthenics after rodgering the redheaded whore Ros. This video will tell you all you need to know.


This young lady is Anne Boleyn (actress Natalie Dormer was also in The Tudors). And Margaery Tyrell. She's pretty. Pretty girls marry people.


This is Melisandre. She looks like a nice lady. I'm sure she's a fantastic person. (Is she gone? She is? She is NOT a fantastic person.)


This is Myrcella Baratheon, Joffrey's sister. Maybe she'll have a line of dialogue this year.


Here's a fact you didn't know about Rodrik Cassel, trusted friend of the Starks: If he unties his beard, the top of his head will shoot off into the sky. It makes him SO embarrassed.


Hey! Hey fatty! How many wooly mammoths did it take to make that shawl for your fat shoulders? Fatty! Ladies and gentlemen, Samwell Tarley.


Here's Shae, the concubine with a heart of gold! Over/under on how many times she gets naked this season? I'll set the line at 65,376.


And here's her man, Tyrion Lannister. I'm sorry, but it looks here like Tyrion is actually looking down on someone when he's talking. Who is he talking to? Ned's head?


When he's not playing Curly in the new Three Stooges movie, Varys likes to pretend he models elaborate bracelets. Or is the eunuch just mesmerized by anything that's remotely phallic?


This guy's name is Xaro Xhoan Daxos. I'm gonna be honest with you, I had to look him up because I forgot who he was. Yes, he's THAT important to Season 2.


Hi, Ygritte! In the book, Ygiritte is described as short, not that pretty, crooked-toothed, and pug-nosed. In the show, she's described as smoking hot. Show 1, Book 0.


RELATED STORY: Game of Thrones Season 2 in Pictures (Part 1)


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"he's a member of the Handsome Bastards Club. Mrrrrow! " hey back of gendry!...she maybe too young to know it right now but he's arya's man...lucky bitch
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Goosebumps! Bring it!
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Don't they all look just terrific? Roll on Sunday!
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Tim' comments were not so clear and declarative that they would have given anything away to the viewers who hadnt read the books, its a sneak peek page, and he didnt give away any spoilers. Though if Dinklage can pretty up the Imp, everyone gets to be a little prettier than described in the books. And Cercei is the tits, and not just as a pun.
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Why are you just intentionally spoiling things?
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Tim Surette, seriously?

leave something for the show producers, you are giving them a run for their money. sure we all read the books, but i know some surprises my happen.
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Have you read the books? I can't tell.



Please tell me how many times you've read the books and every single difference between them and the show because I really care about the books (AND that you've read them).



Why else go to tv dot com?

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Were you not read to as a child or something?
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I think you've missed the point, yes this website is for TV and as such focuses on the TV show with very little mention of the books.

However, the TV show is almost identical to the books which means that knowing the books allows you to give minor comments (more jokes to those that have read than anything) about the show based on what will happen.



And don't think that they may yet take some future liberties because they have shown how accurately they are reproducing the material. The TV show is amazing BECAUSE the Books are amazing (if not better due to the extra detail).



Tyrion has awesome lines because he has the exact same awesome lines in the book, this is rare (script matching the source exactly at points) for a TV show and therefore show that the books, and knowledge of them, can only help to improve your understanding about the world George R. R. Martin created.



Anyone questioning whether to read them or just stick with the show, there is no question, read them. I did after season 1 and have no regrets. Just don't bother with the first book as the show is so scarily accurate you'll feel as if you've read it before.
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I beg to differ about reading the first book. First of all, it's a great read, and secondly, it has lots of stuff--mainly some characters and lots of back-story--that was left out of the TV version. You get a better understanding of the whole story by reading the first book before reading the second one.
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Fair enough, I was simply passing on my advice after reading the first third of the book and then moving to 'A Clash of Kings'.

Not really a fair judgement I realise now as I was motivated by a desire for new story.

And in that third of a book I did learn some interesting back story that can't be covered in the show.





I fully change my statement to be simply; If you love the TV show, read ALL the books.

Although not much love is lost between me and 'A Feast for Crows'.
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Exclusion of a certain character made it the worst book for obvious reasons.
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Agreed. They are very similar, but to say "almost identical" is a stretch. I've also heard season 2 is diverging a little more from the books than season 1.
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Dude. spoiler alert, dont tell people Jaime will be around till season 4.. tsk tsk you know nothing Tim Surette.
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Jaqen H'ghar, minor spoiler: he's a badass
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I love that Sam is the bumbling chunky best friend in GoT just like in LOTR
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Sam in LOTR is probably the most courageous and faithful Hobit of them all. Had it not been for Sam, Frodo would have never made it.
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I've always thought Bilbo was the most badass Hobbit. I mean, he's the only one in the history of Middle Earth to have the willpower to surrender the one ring . . . Wow! I just totally geeked out there.
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Ygritte should be in the finale if the show goes according to the book.

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There are a few really talented young (pre-teen) actors at the moment, Maisie Williams being one of them. Others are Emma Kenney (Debbie) in Shameless, the kids in Modern Family (Luke, Manny, Alex), and Donis Leonard Jr. (Roscoe) in House of LIes. I guess one could put McKaley Miller (Rose) in Hart of Dixie on the list too.

Jared Gilmore (Henry) in Once Upon a Time and Chandler Riggs (Carl) in The Walking Dead don't make my list though.
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You missed the best one: Kiernan Shipka (Sally Draper from Mad Men)
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agree with you. Henry in OUaT is plain annoying
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Don't agree with Emma Kenney, like her the least of all the gallaghers...
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You Know Nothing Jon Snow
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It is pretty amazing the transformation Jaime Lannister undergoes after book/season 1. Here's a guy who screws his sister and throws 10 year old kids out windows, but I'll be damned if he hasn't become one of my favorite characters. I can only venture to guess that being a prisoner of war must have had a HAND in his change of character.



MY GOD! Ygritte is stunning. She truly has been kissed by fire. Over/Under on how many times she'll say: "You know nothing, Jon Snow."?
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I see what you did there ;)
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Haha! ;)
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Can't wait! Never thought they'd make Ygritte ugly, but wow, she's amazing! & How'd you forget Xaro Xhaon Daxos? Always remembered the guy because of his name, it's quite unique =)
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