The Best Scene of Game of Thrones Season Seven Comes to Life in This Insane Poster

All Images: Bottleneck Gallery
All Images: Bottleneck Gallery

You know the scene. Now you can own it.

It’s from “The Spoils of War,” and it’s the moment when Daenerys, her dragon, and a Dothraki army attack the Lannisters. Artist Mark Englert has beautifully illustrated it in a poster he calls “Dracarys.” And we’re excited to exclusively debut it.

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Bottleneck Gallery is releasing the poster in two editions. The regular edition (which glows in the dark) will be on sale from noon EST October 5 through noon EST October 6 at this link. It’s 36 x 12 inches and costs $50. The gallery will print as many as it sells. Here’s what the glow-in-the-dark effect looks like.

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Illustration for article titled The Best Scene of iGame of Thrones/i Season Seven Comes to Life in This Insane Poster

But, if you want something a bit more limited, fly your dragon to New York City. Englert and Bottleneck also did a variant in a $65 edition of 225 that’ll be on sale at New York Comic-Con’s booth 2160.

Illustration for article titled The Best Scene of iGame of Thrones/i Season Seven Comes to Life in This Insane Poster

We’ll have much more cool art from New York Comic-Con in the coming days.

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DISCUSSION

I rewatched this episode recently and still find it surprising how Daenerys remained the unambiguous hero in so many viewers’ eyes after this - the vast majority of the folk she’s vapourising are just poor conscripted saps; she wants to be queen ultimately because her lunatic father was king; and her two primary military assets - the dragons and the Dothraki - are unpredictable, uncontrollable WMDs whose post-war presence in Westeros is going to cause serious, very forseeable problems.

Meanwhile, Cersei’s unpleasant, but she grew up in Westeros, she needs to be hold the throne in order to survive, and, while she’s the key causal factor in many of her problems, she’s suffered a series of devastating personal losses that would unhinge anyone.