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First of all, why are the eyes in anything associated with Tim Burton so huge and sad? Each character looks like they’re about two steps away from throwing themselves from a balcony while bemoaning the fact that life is just too hard. In Game of Thrones it might be that way but it still begs the question as to why any and all Tim Burton animated characters seem to need these big, haunted eyes that seem to have seen something so terrible that they won’t ever be able to forget it. The trauma that’s so clear in these eyes is absolutely horrifying. In Daenerys’s case however I suppose she could sat on a spike without looking.
When you’re betrayed by your brothers of the Night’s Watch and are okay with it that says that you weren’t much of a commander. Or was he giving the thumbs up for the accuracy and placement of the thrust? It’s hard to know with Jon Snow since he’s so melancholy all the time to begin with.
Night - King - Course - Look - Time
The Night King looks absolutely perplexed as to why he’s there and what he’s doing. Of course this is the same look that first time fathers sometimes get when their spouse leaves them alone with the baby for more than a few minutes. I’d hate to think of who the mother could be in this equation.
This is part of why the Tim Burton look, though impressive, just doesn’t work in GoT. Varys is always looking sly and as a rule does not widen his eyes all that much. Tyrion is about the same way and only widens his eyes when he sees trouble, if then. This might have been his look had his brother actually been roasted in his armor by Drogon.
Eyes - Cersei
Even with the wide, haunted eyes Cersei looks about...
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