Posted: May 18 2015
by: Neal Haworth

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Game of Thrones Fans Unite!

The apocalypse is coming to Westeros and Essos, so grab your gear and bunker down! Whether you're with House Targaryen, Stark, Tully, Arryn, Lannister, Greyjoy, Tyrell, Baratheon, or Martell, we have you covered. Belts Buckles Tees offers a wide selection of Game of Thrones t-shirts, belts and other gear. Click on the link previously mentioned, choose your shirt, and you show the world which House YOU are with.

Game of Thrones has become one of the most watched TV series on the HBO network, with the season 5 premiere attracting a record-breaking 8 million viewers. But the show's producers aren't stopping there, as there's still plenty of story left to tell in the GoT series. According to a recent interview with GoT writer and executive producer, they are in the "home stretch," meaning there could possibly be just a few seasons of this phenomenal show left. "We've got a very definitive idea of how much longer it is, and we're getting there," Benioff tells Variety. "We've just started writing episodes for season six. I think we're heading into the home stretch. Hopefully, we'll have a clear answer soon."

In the meantime, though, fans can show their support for Game of Thrones and everything it has brought to the entertainment industry as a while by wearing one of the following t-shirts. The shirt depicted below features a hand grasping a crown of thrones, symbolic of the heated battles between the various factions within the GoT universe. Of course, the second shirt is also an excellent choice for serious GoT fans, as it features the house symbols in a stylish tiled design.

Here's a fun fact about Game of Thrones that may surprise you: while the first series appeared back in 2011, David Benioff and D. B. Weiss actually came up with the idea of turning George R. R. Martin's novels into a series 5 years prior in  2006. After Benioff finished reading the first novel, A Game of Thrones, he called Weiss to discuss the idea. The two later pitched the bold plan to HBO, convincing screenwriter Martin to proceed with the show. Of course, it's a good thing Benioff choose to read the first GoT novel, because the show may never have been produced otherwise.

Which house are you with? Let us know in the comments section below!


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