It’s still nearly two months away from the debut of season three of HBO’s Game of Thrones, but these new character images should help pass the time. Featuring new looks at old characters and first looks at new cast additions, these images showcase the outstanding costume design that’s been a hallmark of the series. Fan-favorite Peter Dinklage returns with a whole new look while we get our first introductions to such new players as Clive Russell (Sherlock Holmes) as Catelyn Stark’s dutiful uncle, Bryndon Tully (“The Blackfish”) and Paul Kaye (Match Point) as Thoros of Myr, a red priest of the same order as Stannis’ go-to sorceress Melisandre, plus a lot more. Hit the jump to check them out. Game of Thrones returns to HBO starting March 31st.
Take a look at the new images from season three of HBO’s Game of Thrones below:
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