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Assisted by the enigmatic Littlefinger, Lord Eddard Stark delves deeper into the death of his predecessor as King's Hand, but the answers he finds only cast a wider net of suspicion over a royal court already reeking of corruption and treachery. Meanwhile, in the icy environs of Castle Black, the bastard Jon Snow learns a lesson in bravery and brotherhood from a self-confessed coward, Samwell Tarly.
Written by George R. R. Martin & Daniel AbrahamArt by Tommy PattersonCover by Mike S. MillerPublished by IDWOld hatreds, dark suspicions, and deadly machinations are the order of the day. When fate delivers Tyrion Lannister to Lady Catelyn Stark, she will have her revenge upon him for the attempted murder of her son Brandon-whatever the consequences. Meanwhile, in King's Landing, Sansa Stark, surrounded by enemies, finds an unlikely friend: the brutish, horribly disfigured knight Sandor Clegane. And as a murderous conspiracy unfolds behind the colorful pageantry of a royal tourney, Lord Eddard Stark will be approached by a mysterious new ally in his quest to solve the riddle of Jon Arryn's death.
Written by George R. R. Martin & Daniel AbrahamArt by Tommy Patterson Cover by Mike S. MillerTyrion Lannister may be Lady Catelyn Stark's prisoner, but the Imp is still in possession of his most dangerous weapon: his devious mind. Yet even the sharpest brain is a poor weapon to pit against naked steel, as he is about to discover in the wild mountains below the Eyrie. Far away, in King's Landing, Tyrion's abduction is just one more complication in the life of Lord Eddard Stark, the King's Hand. But that title-and its attendant worries-may not be his much longer, for when a plot is hatched to assassinate Daenerys Targaryen and her unborn child, Ned must weigh his duty to King Robert against the claims of his conscience.
Written by George R. R. Martin, Daniel Abraham Art by Tommy Patterson Cover by Mike S. MillerAt last, Catelyn Stark and her prisoner, Tyrion Lannister, have reached the Eyrie, the lofty citadel of Catelyn's sister, Lysa, the grieving widow of Jon Arryn. Because Lysa believes that the Lannisters were responsible for her husband's death, Catelyn had thought to find an ally in this forbidding refuge. Instead the refuge seems more like a prison . . . and the 'ally' a fearful and vindictive madwoman. Meanwhile, across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys Targaryen is also faced with a sibling's madness-her brother, Viserys, impatient for the crown promised him by Khal Drogo, grows increasingly unable to hold his rage in check.
Written by George R. R. Martin & Daniel Abraham Art by Tommy Patterson Cover by Mike S. MillerIn Winterfell, young Brandon Stark, though crippled by his near-fatal fall, isfinally able to ride again, with the help of a gift from Tyrion Lannister. As thanks, the Imp has been imprisoned by Catelyn Stark and her sister, Lysa Arryn, in the forbidding sky dungeons of the Eyrie, and charged with Bran's attempted murder. Now, in a desperate bid for freedom, Tyrion demands the right of trial by combat. But what chance does a dwarf have against Lysa's chosen champion? Differences in size are not the only reason for an unequal fight, as Eddard Stark learns in King's Landing, where his investigation into the death of Jon Arryn takes an unexpected-and deadly-turn.
Written by George R. R. Martin, Daniel Abraham Art by Tommy Patterson Cover by Mike S. Miller, Michael KomarckIn the aftermath of Jaime Lannister's brutal attack upon Eddard Stark and his men, King Robert meets with the wounded Eddard-and presents him with a choice of evils: either Eddard accepts the heavy mantle of the King's Hand once more . . . or Robert will appoint Jaime to the position. Adding to the troubles of House Stark, Tyrion Lannister wins his freedom from Catelyn Stark; now the Imp will return to his father, intent on revenge for his treatment at the hands of Cat and her mad sister. Meanwhile, far to the north, the bastard Jon Snow becomes a sworn brother of the Night's Watch and must put his loyalty to the Starks aside.