Game of Thrones: Jon Snow may still be alive

24 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Expect some Snow this winter: Game of Thrones season 6 poster out.

After months and months of speculations, doubts and theories on Jon Snow’s death, Game of Thrones finally put all confusion to rest when it released the first poster for season 6 on Monday night. HBO’s hit fantasy drama is known for serving up graphic deaths of its lead characters, but when fan favorite Jon Snow was killed off in season 5 finale earlier this year, avid followers speculated every theory and sighting that would bring him back from the dead. It is the first time the TV series has officially acknowledged the future of the character, played by British actor Kit Harington, and the poster sent fans on social media into an overdrive. Gimple also released a statement that was read on Talking Dead after Glenn’s initial fall off that dumpster, and it went a little something like “You will see Glenn again, or parts of Glenn, or maybe all of Glenn, or who knows, nanny nanny boo boo.” (Actual statement: “In some way, we will see Glenn, some version of Glenn, or parts of Glenn again, either in flashback, or in the current story, to help complete the story.”)

Little slips from fellow cast members in interviews have also fuelled the fire, but HBO and the show’s creators have enjoyed toying with fans, always avoiding the question and keeping Harington out of fan-events. The release of the Snow-centric promotional poster comes barely 12 hours after “The Walking Dead,” AMC’s No.1 cable series, revealed the fate of one of its main characters. Whether Jon Snow is actually alive or dead is still not known in a series that is woven through with dark magic, sorcery and the mysterious White Walkers, an army of the undead.

His tragic demise was lamented, but readers of Martin’s books immediately suggested the character could be returning, albeit through otherworldly means.

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