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Blu-ray and DVD releasesEdit
- Game of Thrones Season 1 Soundtrack
- Game of Thrones Season 2 Soundtrack
- Game of Thrones Season 3 Soundtrack
- Game of Thrones Season 4 Soundtrack
- Game of Thrones Season 5 Soundtrack
The main novel series written by George R.R. Martin, which have been adapted into the HBO TV series, is the A Song of Ice and Fire series. The first novel is named A Game of Thrones, from which HBO decided to title the entire TV series as "Game of Thrones". Martin has also written various side stories and prequel novellas which are not part of the A Song of Ice and Fire series proper, though they are set in the same fictional world and reveal more backstory relevant to the main series.
A Song of Ice and Fire: the main series novelsEdit
- A Game of Thrones (1996) - after which the TV series is named. Adapted as Season 1 of the TV series.
- A Clash of Kings (1998) - adapted as Season 2.
- A Storm of Swords (2000) - so long that it had to be split into two TV seasons: Season 3 adapted the first half, while Season 4 adapted the second half.
- A Feast for Crows (2005)
- A Dance with Dragons (2011) - books 4 and 5 were originally one novel, but grew so impractically long that they were split into two separate books. The events of both occur concurrently. Book 4 follows the storylines of characters in the Seven Kingdoms themselves (including all plotlines in King's Landing), while Book 5 covers the storylines of characters outside of the Seven Kingdoms (Jon Snow and the Night's Watch, Daenerys Targaryen in Slaver's Bay, and Tyrion as he flees to the Free Cities).
- The Winds of Winter (forthcoming)
- A Dream of Spring (forthcoming)
The Tales of Dunk and Egg (prequel novellas)Edit
The Tales of Dunk and Egg are a series of prequel novellas set about 90 years before the events of the main A Song of Ice and Fire series. Legal negotiations are taking place to adapt them as a potential prequel to the main Game of Thrones TV series, though production would only begin after the main series has concluded.
- The Hedge Knight (1998)
- The Sworn Sword (2002)
- The Mystery Knight (2009)
- The She-Wolves of Winterfell (forthcoming)
- A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms (omnibus hardcover book collecting the first three novellas, due Fall 2015).
Through his blog, Martin his indicated that "The She-Wolves of Winterfell" was just a working title, and that the final title when it is released will be something else. Another forthcoming Dunk & Egg story which he has fairly well planned out is called "The Village Hero" and takes place in the Riverlands. Others he intends to write include "The Sellsword", "The Champion", "The Kingsguard", and "The Lord Commander", along with several as-yet untitled story ideas.
The Dance of the Dragons prequel novellasEdit
In-universe history novels about the great civil war between two rival branches of House Targaryen known as the Dance of the Dragons, which was fought about 170 years before the War of the Five Kings. It was the only major war in Westeros's history in which both sides had dragons and used them against each other, resulting in massive devastation.
- The Princess and the Queen (2013)
- The Rogue Prince (2014)
Companion books to the novel seriesEdit
- The Art of Ice and Fire, Volume I (2005)
- The Art of Ice and Fire, Volume II (2011)
- A Feast of Ice and Fire (2012) - a fan-produced cookbook attempting to recreate the Food and Drink featured in the novels (with a Forward section written by Martin).
- The Lands of Ice and Fire (2012) - a collection of posters depicting exclusive, highly detailed maps of the locations in the novels. Includes full world maps not otherwise included inside the published novels.
- The World of Ice and Fire (2014) - a detailed sourcebook about the backstory of Westeros, presented as an in-universe history textbook. Contains a large amount of information not found in the main novels.
- Fire and Blood (TBA) - Martin has stated that after the main novels are finished, he intends to write another in-universe history textbook, but while the World book covered a broad range of history, Fire and Blood will be an even more detailed history of the Targaryen dynasty during the three centuries that they ruled the Seven Kingdoms.
Extra-universe books: works written about the TV series and novelsEdit
- Inside HBO's Game of Thrones (Seasons 1 & 2)
- Inside HBO's Game of Thrones: Seasons 3 & 4
- Living Language Dothraki
- Game of Thrones: The Noble Houses of Westeros
The Funko Legacy Collection: Game of Thrones consists of detailed, well-sculpted, 6 inch scale figurines (short characters are smaller than this, while larger than average characters are slightly taller). Each figure's box is conveniently numbered.
Wave 1 - released February 2014
- 1 - Jon Snow
- 2 - Tyrion Lannister - in Battle of the Blackwater armor, with battle-axe and Hand of the King chain of office.
- 3 - Sandor "The Hound" Clegane
- 4 - A White Walker
- 5 - Daenerys Targaryen - early Season 2 costume, including her three newly-hatched dragons, which can be mounted on her shoulder.
- 6 - Ned Stark
Wave 2 - released October 2014
- 7 - Jaime Lannister (Season 1) in Kingsguard armor
- 8 - Brienne of Tarth - in Season 2 armor
- 9 - Arya Stark - in Season 3/Season 4 costume
- 10 - Khal Drogo
- 11 - Robb Stark - in Season 2/Season 3 armor and cape
- 12 - Daenerys Targaryen - in Season 3 blue traveling costume with cape, including the slave whip she takes from the slave-masters of Astapor.
Funko ceased production on its Legacy Collection figures after 2014. While the figures were praised for their accuracy, this also led to some problems with fragility and a slower production rate.
Funko 3.75 inch figures
In April 2016 Funko re-launched its efforts at producing Game of Thrones action figures with a new series of 3.75 inch action figures. As with other 3.75 inch series, being smaller and less expensive will allow them to produce figures for a wider range of characters.
The first wave of figures in the 3.75 inch series will include:
- Jon Snow
- Ghost the direwolf
- Tormund, wildling chieftain
- The Lord of Bones, wildling chieftain
- Styr, wildling chieftain and Magnar of the Thenns
- A White Walker
- The Night's King
- An "Attack the Wall" playset which includes a scale model of the top of the Wall.
- A Tyrion Lannister figure that ships exclusively with the playset (Tyrion visited the Wall in Season 1).
Dark Horse 7.5 inch figures based on Game of Thrones were first released in July 2014.
With the release of Brienne and Sandor figures in the Fall 2015 wave by Dark horse, every character that has a Funko Legacy Collection figure also has a figure produced by Dark Horse - and Dark Horse went beyond Funko's series to produce figures for characters that have no counterpart in the Funko series (including Cersei, Joffrey, Sansa, and more).
Wave 1 - Spring 2014:
- Ned Stark - in riding gear with fur cape
- Jon Snow
- Daenerys Targaryen - in wedding dress from Season 1 episode 1, with box containing dragon eggs
- Khal Drogo
- Tyrion Lannister
Wave 2 - Summer/Fall 2014:
- Robb Stark (Season 2)
- Arya Stark (Season 2)
- Jaime Lannister (Season 1)
- Cersei Lannister (Season 2)
- A White Walker
Wave 3 - Spring 2015:
- Tywin Lannister - in Season 3 costume
- Joffrey Baratheon - in formal wedding attire
- Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish
- Hodor carrying young Bran Stark on his back
Wave 4 - Fall 2015:
- Sansa Stark - in "Dark Sansa" costume from the end of Season 4
- Brienne of Tarth - in Season 4 armor
- Jorah Mormont - in Season 4 costume
- Sandor "The Hound" Clegane - with custom hound-shaped helmet that opens and closes
Wave 5 - Spring 2016:
- Margaery Tyrell - wearing her one of her dresses from Seasons 3-4 (see "Dress B" in her Costumes page).
- Oberyn Martell - in his resplendent everyday attire, not his combat armor
- Grey Worm - in standard Unsullied uniform, with removable helmet, shield, and longspear.
- Ygritte - in Season 4 attire (there is no snow cover south of the Wall yet so after crossing the wildlings worse their coats inside-out, as the brown color would camouflage them better than the white side). Includes her bow and arrow.
Wave 6 - Fall 2016
- The Night King
- Stannis Baratheon
- Son of the Harpy
Funko Pop! Television Figurines are a series of 3.75 inch vinyl figurines based on characters from various TV series, including HBO's Game of Thrones. They are not highly detailed or an attempt to be photo-realistic, but instead a cute cartoon version of characters, with oversized heads. While they are not as detailed as "action figures" or other figurines, by the same token they are cheaper to produce, so they come in a much greater variety than regular action figures. Many characters who have never appeared as photo-realistic action figures do have Pop! figurines modeled after them.
Funko Pop! figurines produced so far are:
- Tyrion Lannister
- Ned Stark
- Daenerys Targaryen (Season 2, Dothraki costume)
- Khal Drogo
- The Hound
- White Walker
- Jon Snow
- Robb Stark
- Arya Stark
- Jaime Lannister (Season 1, Kingsguard)
- Cersei Lannister
- Renly Baratheon
- Brienne of Tarth
- Joffrey Baratheon
- Tywin Lannister
- Tyrion Lannister (Season 2, Battle armor)
- Grey Wind
- Daenerys Targaryen (Season 1, Wedding dress)
- Daenerys Targaryen (Season 3, Blue dress)
- Jon Snow (Season 4, Castle Black)
- Samwell Tarly
- Sansa Stark
- Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish
- Oberyn Martell
- The Mountain
- Grey Worm
- Viserion (6")
- Jaime Lannister (Season 4, Golden hand)
- Iron Throne (NY Comic Con exclusive)
- Ramsay Bolton (Gamestop exclusive)
- Margaery Tyrell
- Jorah Mormont
- Stannis Baratheon
- Night King
- Drogon (Hot Topic exclusive)
- Mag the Mighty
Eaglemoss Game of Thrones Official Collectors Models 
In 2016 Eaglemoss released its HBO Official Game of Thrones collectors models detailing key characters in pivotal moments in their characters story throughout the shows span. The initial subscribers list of models (Nov 2015) differs from the official retail release schedule (second quarter 2016). The list here is of models that have been released via the official 2016 schedule. Each model comes with its own unique magazine detailing the characters and the moments the characters have in the show relating to the model.
- Daenerys Targaryen (Breaker of Chains)
- Jon Snow (Nights Watch)
- Sandor Clegane (The Hound)
- Cersei Lannister (Union of the Houses)
- Arya Stark (Water Dancer)
- Petyr Baelish (Littlefinger)
- Tyrion Lannister (Battle of the Blackwater)
- Daenerys Targaryen with baby Drogon (Mother of Dragons)
- Brienne of Tarth (Oathkeeper)
- Jaime Lannister (Kingsguard)
- Stannis Baratheon (The King in the Narrow Sea)
- Eddard Stark (Lord of Winterfell)
- Jon Snow with Ghost pup (From Winterfell to Castle Black)
- Tyrion Lannister (Hand of the King)
- White Walker
- Arya Stark (The Pointy End) (October 2016)
- The Unsullied (Daenerys Army) (October 2016)
- Khal Drogo (November 2016)
- Daenerys Targaryen (Bride of Drogo) (November 2016)
- Theon Greyjoy (Ironborn) (December 2016)
- Sansa Stark (The Key To The North) (December 2016)
- Joffrey Baratheon (Royal Wedding) (January 2017)
- Margaery Tyrell (January 2017)
- Robb Stark (King of the North) (February 2017)
- Catelyn Stark (February 2017)
- Sons of the Harpy (March 2017)
- Ygritte (March 2017)
- Tyrion Lannister (Royal Wedding) (April 2017)
- Varys (April 2017)
- Cersei Lannister (May 2017)
- Model Plinth
- The Three Eyed Raven Model (as a crow)
- Drogon (3rd Dragon) (Dragon with every 20th issue)
- Rhaegal (1st Dragon)
- Viserion (2nd Dragon)
(Edited by someone in no way affiliated with the Eaglemoss company and all information gained via the company's website).
Replica swords, statues, etc.
These are video games and app games based on Game of Thrones, though none are officially part of the TV continuity.
- Game of Thrones Ascent - A Facebook App-based game first released in 2013. No original narrative, with gameplay involving managing a player-created House and building up alliances (it is therefore not strictly part of the "TV continuity"). The game was a 2013 Facebook Game of the Year in the Staff Picks category. Currently has its own separate standalone wiki for keeping track of quests, items, etc.
- Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series (2014-ongoing). An episodic graphic adventure series featuring large amounts of original storyline. The story is set in the background of Season 4, following how the War of the Five Kings is playing out at the local level among several minor Houses such as House Forrester. Many main cast members from the live-action series provide the voices for their characters in the game. The game's narrative is officially treated as part the canon of the "TV continuity" by Game of Thrones Wiki.
Past games and vaporware
- Battle for the Iron Throne (2011) - an online Facebook App game. No original story content. No longer available as of 2015.
- Game of Thrones (2012) -a role-playing game, for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Critical reviews were mixed to negative, and despite a few cast cameos, it contradicts enough information from the main HBO series that it is not considered part of the "TV continuity".
- Game of Thrones: Seven Kingdoms (TBA) - an online browser-based MMORPG. In development since 2012, but repeatedly delayed from release. As of October 2015 it is still in development hell and seems to have been abandoned entirely.
The online HBO StoreEdit
- HBO Store's Game of Thrones section - an extensive catalogue and online order system for official Game of Thrones merchandise, including Blu-rays/DVDs/soundtrack CDs, licensed clothing, figures, deluxe collectibles, accessories, jewelry, and wall posters.