‘Game of Thrones’ Mashup Art Featuring The Muppets !!!

March comes in like a lion and out like…a dire wolf? April means we finally  get a new season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, with the next chapter in the  war for the Iron Throne. While the rest of us have been waiting out the long  winter, fan artists have been busy illustrating this clash of kings, but not  with the Starks and Lannisters you might expect. Instead, we have some very  different, but still familiar faces stepping into the fray. From Dothraki ponies  and Muppets of Winterfell to A Game of Community to Lord Tony Stark,  I’ve collected some silly, strange and downright wonderful fan art, mashing up all sorts of comics and TV shows with characters from George  R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire.

The Muppets really are the chameleons of the mashup world (although I don’t  recall any actual chameleon characters among the felt thespians). They’ve been Firefly characters, traveled through time aboard the TARDIS, starred in The Wicker Man and played at Thor. But Yehudi Mercado has found the perfect murder-and-incest  vehicle for the Muppet Players. He’s even finally found a use for Pepe the King  Prawn. Just remember, Pepe, the dragon is a silent role.

I’m glad I’m not the only one who reads A Song of Ice and Fire and gets  distracted with thoughts of Tony Stark in Winterfell. Of course, why sit on an iron  throne when you can sit on one made of gold-titanium alloy?

Michael  Dialynas opted to add a dash of Princess Bride to his Iron Man/Game of  Thrones mashup. Does that mean Joffrey should have six fingers on one hand?  That’s what inbreeding gets you.

Is it wrong that I would totally watch this show? I just worry that I’d get  overly attached to Lady. This is just one of College Humor’s “If Adult TV Shows Were Remade for Children.”

Why do the Dothraki always travel with horses? Because they’re secretly bronies. Megan Fergusonproves they’re just hungry, merciless  bronies.

I’m sure that there are a lot of parallels  between Sons of Anarchy and Game of Thrones, but all I can  think about is that Queen Cersei as an unnatural interest in her brother, and  that queen bee Gemma Teller Morrow is loosely based on Hamlet’s mom. Ick. And  yes, this does come in a t-shirt.

Community‘s  Shirley would end the War of Five Kings with baked goods and shame. Of course,  it would be all for naught when Annie comes across the Narrow Sea fueled by  nothing but amphetamines and a determination to be the best little conqueror in  Westeros. By Brian Valeria, who also came up with this brilliant  Starburns/Hound mashup:

Oh, Starburns, you’re more than a haircut now. You’re a really awesome  scar.

Obviously, there are no White Walkers. On the other side of the wall, there’s  just a young boy and his imaginary tiger punking the entire Night’s Watch. From  Joel Watson of HijiNKS Ensue.

I have my doubts about a Clone Trooper  resting his posterior on the Iron Throne (even if they do have considerably  better aim than Stormtroopers do), but at least this guy’s throne is made from  blasters instead of swords. It even comes with a punny name: Game of Clones.
Well, every is talking about Daenerys and her  sex life. They’re just less interested in whether she can be branded a slut than  in whether she will give birth to a child who can lay legitimate claim to the  Iron Throne. This is the cover of Grant Gould’s latest sketchbook.

This College Humor comic reveals what happens when  mail-delivering birds get their magical wires crossed. This is why you use  homing pigeons, even if they’re less sexy than ravens and owls.

When you play the Game of Throneopoly, you win or you keep playing until three  in the morning. Death is too easy, and it doesn’t build any hotels on King’s  Landing. From io9.

Here at ComicsAlliance, we know that there is only one choice for the ruler of  the Iron Throne” Magneto. After all, if someone usurps the throne, he can just  magnetically pull it back to himself. It may be a symbolic act, but it’s a  pretty powerful one. Read Let’s  Be Friends Again creators Curt Franklin and Chris Haley’s entire pitch  for X-Game of Thrones, starring Professor X as Ned  Stark, Cyclops as Jon Snow, Emma Frost as Cersei Lannister, Nightcrawler as  Tyrion Lannister and Jean Grey as Daenerys Targaryen (Mother of Phoenixes,  rather than Mother of Dragons).

Jon Snow and Ghost get an Adventure  Time makeover thanks to Estebee. Now, now, Jon. Finn would never look sad about  fending off the White Walkers.
Estebee also gave Peter Baelish and Sansa Stark  the Adventure Time treatment. The fact that Littlefinger retained his  nose signals to me that he’s some sort of evil wizard. A wizard of lies.
Finally, Estebee mashes up the Red Priestess  with Adventure Time‘s Marceline.

The  Simpsons has paid homage to Game of Thrones not once but twice.  First was a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it flash in the episode “The Ten Percent  Solution,” in which HBO apparently ruined the books by given each character his  or her own Iron Throne. The second was in the now-famous couch gag done entirely  in the style of Game of Thrones‘ opening credits:

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