HBO’s “House of the Dragon” will head to Comic-Con’s Hall H

Warner Bros Discovery has been looking to add a flavour of thrill in this year’s San Diego Comic-Con

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HBO’s “House of the Dragon” will head to Comic-Con’s Hall H

Warner Bros Discovery has been looking to add a flavour of thrill in this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, as the production house is reportedly seeking to bring in the “Game of Thrones” prequel “House of the Dragons,” which will be based on Targaryen dynasty.

Latest move from Warner Bros Discovery came forth just a day after the “Game of Thrones” creator R R Martin had confirmed that a “Game of Thrones” sequel is on the development, while Martin also had unveiled the title of the show, “Snow”.

Storyline of the sequel will be spiralling around Kit Harrington (Jon Snow), the inglorious bastard sent to the “Wall” who later had returned as the king of the North following years among the Northerners beyond the “Wall” and turned out to be the true heir of Iron Throne, a Targaryen.

Besides, latest Warner Bros Discovery approach to bring in a big show action into the San Diego Comic-Con comes over the heels of an confirmation from Marvel’s Feige, who was quoted saying later last week that Marvel Studios, the Megamind behind Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, would take part in this year’s San Diego Comin-Con, illustrating a growing likelihood of further surprises ahead in this year’s Comic-Con.

Back in the 2019, Marvel had announced that its “Thor” sequel “Thor: Love and Thunder” will cast Natalie Portman. “Thor: Love and Thunder” is scheduled to release on July 8.

Warner Bros Discovery to bring in The House of Dragon in Comic-Con

Aside from Warner Bros Discovery’s “The House of Dragon,” ”Riverdale” alongside “The Sandman” would receive a panel in Hall H.

In tandem, this year’s Comic-Con will have panels for kids and family shows such as “Gremlins: Secretss of the Mogwai” as well as the “Looney Tunes Look-iverse”.

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