I've loved Game of Thrones since the first seaso When Ned played by the sensational Sean Bean gets his head chopped off I was shocked. I had so much hate for how such an honorable character could meet such a end. It was truly a new world of entertainment and I was complete swept up in love by it.
While watching the show it turns out that not only did the lovable people would be destroyed, but also the people I hated.
I remember that horrible King Joffrey played by Jack Gleeson. When he would hit Sansa Stark who is played by Sophie Tuner (currently also starring in xmen: Jean Grey <3) I hated him. Despite being such a sour patch kid, I do think he is oddly attractive, and so I loved to hate him. Watching how he died on the show was extremely pleasurable. His death by poison, slowly choking with a purple face and blood pouring out of every hole was a delight to watch.
Game of thrones has had it's ups and downs, there's no lie. Now that the show is coming to an end, I take a moment and I am very thankful for the memories given to me. I felt like once I stopped watching the show, I'd carry on reading the books by George R.R. Martin. And so the show is over, but the story isn't really over, there's still more memories to make. <3
I am Sergio C. Mata and I am an artist. This blog is about art, history, pop culture, technology, my life and my art. I blog about whatever inspires and interests me. <3