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"Game of Thrones" has more than 60 licensing partners, marketing everything from jewelry to ale to action figures, and HBO has stepped up efforts to capitalize on fan mania for the show and its highly distinctive look. Here are some of our favorite products.
Devotees of Stark, Baratheon or even Greyjoy can show their sigils proudly with silver or bronze necklaces, rings and other tchotchkes that celebrate the six powerful houses of Westeros. Prices range from $98 for a small pendant to $900 for a massive cuff bracelet featuring all six talismans.
Rebuild the Seven Kingdoms from the ground up with this multitiered map. Start with the first layer of more than 1,000 jigsaw pieces and add in the second layer’s 200+ pieces that replicate the fantasy world’s 3D topographical landscape. The third layer highlights miniature 3D models including King’s Landing, Winterfell, House Arryn’s Eyrie and the Wall.
Designed by Matthew Reinhart (“Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy”) and illustrated by Michael Komarck, a frequent collaborator of “Thrones” book author George R.R. Martin, publisher Insight Editions’ detailed tome features pop-up recreations of five key locations including House Stark’s Winterfell Castle and the opulent capital city of King’s Landing.
Pop culture toy company Funko is offering something a little more menacing than the cute line of Pop! vinyl cartoon-style figurines usually associated with the show. These highly articulated action figures will be the first license released in the brand’s Legacy collection. Available characters include Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and a White Walker.
The Milwaukie, Ore., based comicbook publisher is adding to its popular line of detailed, molded-plastic renderings of “Thrones” characters. Set to represent an epic moment in the character’s journey through the show, versions of Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen were released earlier this year, while Tyrion Lannister, Khal Drogo, and Ned Stark figurines are new.
The third in the Cooperstown, N.Y., brewery’s “Game of Thrones”-inspired beer series hit shelves March 31. Flavored with ancho chiles and rye, the ale comes in bottles and kegs and is inspired by House Targaryen, with three unique labels that honor Daenerys Targaryen’s three dragons: Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion.