The North Remembers
I figured that I would review each episode this time since they will run until June and that I don’t have a time crunch the entire season into a few days and only into a few reviews. It has finally arrived, the day Game of Thrones premieres even though I am posting it a few days afterwards. What I can say is that it is a major improvement from the start of the first season but that is because we were not introduced to anyone yet and that it was just starting. It is great to see that the show is still remaining awesome even without its show runner from the first season, Sean Bean, but from what I can tell is that Tyrion Lannister is becoming what Ned Stark was in the first season. It is also great to see the mentioned brother Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) and his priestess Melisandre (Carice van Houten), who are just fantastic in their respective roles, trying to to reclaim the throne from Joffrey. The connection that links all the characters together is the red comet, which is claim to signify the coming of dragons. So far this show has been giving good impression for what is to come and that the war that escalates, also the struggle that all the risen kings will face in the attempt to gain leverage in the war. Now that the show has introduced the main character that has the most legit claim to the thrones and how he will develop during this season. What I fear most about this season is that it will be a major juggling act, because now all the characters are separate and more of them just keep coming and it will be difficult to give the majority of them a lot of screen time but I really hope that it succeeds, which I know it will but thats besides the point.