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See Westeros like you've never seen it before — with some exclusive new Game of Thrones art!

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We've been enjoying learning a lot more about John Picacio's process for creating the 2012 calendar for George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. But now, here's some amazing new art for the 2013 calendar, by artist Mark Simonetti. Check out more of this picture of the Kingsmoot, plus three other astounding pictures, below.

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Warning: Book spoilers ahead!

The 2013 Song of Ice and Fire Calendar comes out July 10, and it notably includes scenes all the way through A Dance With Dragons. (So beware spoilers, if you've only read the first couple of books.) Here's our exclusive first look at the calendar's amazing artwork. Click to enlarge!

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Among the Crows

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In the Sorrows

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A New Face

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The Kingsmoot

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MrLebowski
MrLebowski

I like the pictures a lot, especially the faces from the temple of the Many Faced God. I can't imagine the Broken Tower would be so tall, though, considering Bran actually managed to survive his fall from it. I always imagined it as a much more mundane tower that they just never got around to fixing.