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In the third issue of the Kindle edition of graphic novel adaption of "Game of Thrones," the plot thickens. As with the other issues, the artwork is quite skillful, and it is richly coloured. The drawings have a ceratin kinetic energy, especially in the Ayra and Bran chapters. In this issue, two characters are caught making love and another couple celebrate their wedding night. As such, there is quite a bit of "Heavy Metal" style nudity. This is not just a bit of sensationalism thought, these scenes are important events for the entire saga.
Issue three covers the Arya I, Bran II, Tyrion I and Daenerys III chapters of the book. It skips Jon II which in the book is situated between Tyrion's and Daenerys' chapters. The included chapters include Arya's storming out of the needlework session with Sansa and the Princess Myrcella, establishing the Stark sister's troubled relationship. Also, included is Bran's fall after catching Cercei and Jaime committing incest, Tyrion's awkward breakfast with his family and Daenerys and Khal Drogo's wedding which includes a rather interesting wedding gift.
The Kindle edition is quite easy to use, there is a function to increase the size of the indivual panels. This is especially useful if you, like me choose to read it on your iPhone.
This series is dragging about with one contrived cliffhanger after another. The marriage is still not been consummated yet!! This is going into the third episode. Tactless teasing is a better name for this drivel. The art work is what's compelling.
Having read most of the series so far, I was intrigued by the possibility of seeing it in graphic novel form. The artwork is beautiful, but each book only covers a very small portion of the story. For the price, it's just too expensive for it to be worth it to me to buy enough of them to read the series.