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At his “Not a Blog”, George R.R. Martin reports that he has acquired a limited supply of the 2009 A Song of Ice and Fire Calendar, produced by Dabel Brothers Productions with art by Michael Komarck. Rather than sell them, he’s offering them as an incentive for anyone who orders $100 or more in books fromhis Signed Books section of the official website.
Komarck’s art is gorgeous, and relatively few calendars got out there in relation to demand, so these are fine (and very handsome) collectibles. Komarck’s depictions of Jaime, Sansa, Eddard, and more could well be considered definitive.
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