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Game Of Thrones Season 6 Release Date & Teaser: ?Bloody Visage? Hints Of Darker Jon Snow Character?

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The teaser poster for the much-awaited next season of ?Game of Thrones? is finally here, and it does not disappoint. HBO knows to keep its fans on the edge of their seats by giving them a taste of what?s to come in the upcoming season 6. Everything is in place and it?s just a matter of time before we might see you-know-who alive and breathing.

Featuring the ?bloody visage? of Kit Harington?s Jon Snow, with a dark and moody aura just bouncing off on your computer screens, the latest teaser poster of the Game of Thrones is just too cool to see.

Here?s the teaser poster of Jon Snow:

Game of Thrones Season 6

Jon Snow is alive?

We don?t want to be captain obvious here, but the fact that Jon Snow looking like he?s standing is a pretty clear sign that he?s alive. But to be perfectly clear, Harington already confirmed that he will still be a part of the HBO show when he was spotted on a set in Northern Ireland in costume. ?Let?s just say Game of Thrones will remain a part of my life for a while, I?ll probably be in my thirties when it?s over,? he previously said.

Is something wrong with his eyes?

Currently, Jon Snow?s mysterious and hidden eyes are the talk of fans and speculations have been popping up out of nowhere. Even previous theories about Jon Snow?s resurrection have resurfaced including the Bran theory, in which he uses weirwood sap to bring back his brother, and the Melisandre theory. In any case, we hope to get some more answers once the official trailer comes out.

Season 6 release date

Aside from the teasing image of breathing, living Jon Snow, the poster officially confirms the month of the release of Game of Thrones, which is of course in April. We can guess that the probable date is April 24th, taking in the fact that it will be the time when Martin Scorsese?s new HBO drama ?Vinyl? will finish and have an open for Game of Throne?s usual Sunday night slot.

Is Jon Snow really alive? What do you think? Sound off in the comments section below.

Source: The Independent, ComingSoon

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