Ned Stark was too much of a man of honor for the nefarious world of Game of Thrones—this supercut pays testament to that.
Which made his fate even harder to take, but this well made compilation of Ned’s finest moments is the perfect reminder of what a great character he was. The North remembers!
YouTubers Darth Blender have created this fun mashup of clips from the season six of fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, and sound FX from the original Star Wars trilogy.
So we get Gregor Clegane with Darth Vader’s asthmatic breathing and Cersei Lannister walking along Emperor-like to The Imperial March. Winter has come to Kings Landing and so has the dark side of the Force.
The Riben Collective have created a hilarious parody and tribute to Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow, who (spoilers) may or may not be dead.
To add an upbeat vibe to proceedings, the recap of Snow’s life is set to Third Eye Blind’s 1990s alt rock hit “Semi-Charmed Life.” And it’s very catchy indeed.
Ramsay Bolton is basically The Biggest A-hole in the Realm, beating previous title-holder Joffrey.
But he isn’t always such a monster, not with the right amount of editing and the Lion King music played over the top. Then he’s a thoroughly nice chap.
It’s quite clear from the outset of this that comedian Kristen Wiig has never seen a single episode of Games of Thrones.
Which makes this interview with her dressed as the Queen of Dragons with Jimmy Fallon all the more hilarious.
Game of Thrones doesn’t really need to get more awesome, but this video manages to make it so.
And it does that by overdubbing the series with sound FX from retro games, like Street Fighter II and Mario—it’s hilarious.
Imagine, if you will, the dynamic power struggles of Westeros transposed to average office environment.
It would be a pretty insane place to work, so just be grateful that Danni in marketing doesn’t have a trio of dragons at her disposal to do her bidding.
The Game of Thrones intro works really, really well as a 1980s TV show, maybe because the haircuts in Westeros suit the era?
Who knows, ours is not to question but just to watch and the get sad because we have no more Thrones to watch until next year.