An Art Nouveau gold, plique-à-jour enamel, pearl and ruby pendant, by Georges Fouquet, circa 1898. The pendant designed as an orchid decorated with plique-à-jour enamel, centring a round faceted ruby, surrounded by four small pearls set to the anthers, mounted in yellow gold, suspended from a gold chain set with gems.
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
(W) George R. R. Martin, Landry Quinn Walker (A) Mel Rubi (CA) Mike S. Miller,
George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga continues in the official comic book adaptation by Dynamite Entertainment! Following the events of A Game of Thrones, Westeros is embroiled in civil war, while Daenerys Targaryen – as heir to the Targaryen dynasty, seeks to reclaim the Iron Throne. Arya, with the help of Yoren, a brother of the Night’s Watch, has escaped from King’s Landing, but the road to the Wall brings its own dangers. Meanwhile, Sansa attends a tournament on the sadistic King Joffrey’s name-day, and Bran, in Winterfell, suffers from strange dreams of wolves…
I must confess this one was much harder to make, mostly because I’d put Emily, Rebecca and Ruby as chaotic good if I could. My argument here is that Ruby, even if a little bit hectic, is a journalist - and always tries to see both sides of the same story.
Jagged Little Pill showed us that Rebecca might be on her way to become a chaotic good, too, but I needed someone to be lawful neutral and since she’s still a student, I decided to keep her as lawful neutral for a while.