The equally beloved and bemoaned series has come to an end, but fans are still reaching for their Game of Thrones content.

While Disney and GOT don't exactly go hand in hand, artists Anderson Mahanski and Fernando Mendonça created a world in which the both universes coexist. These characters from the brutal and bloody fantasy saga fit in well with this Disney treatment. 

Above, Daenerys Targaryen poses with her dragon-child Drogon, and it looks like she stepped out of a fairy tale. See the rest of the fan-favorite characters Disney-fied.  

Bran Stark and Hodor

A lovable Hodor and Bran prance through a field back in a pre-hold-the-door moment. Fans were shocked to learn that Bran would end up as ruler of Westeros sans the Iron Throne. And, of course, one of the most surprising moments throughout the whole series was when viewers learned the origin of Hodor's name. 

Tyrion Lannister

A drunken Tyrion lounges on a bed of plush pillows in this hilariously accurate re-creation of Peter Dinklage's character. The animated version of the wisecracking Lord looks as if he were about to tell one of his famous riddles or shed some drunk advice. I can't even imagine an illustrated Tyrion drunkenly staggering around in the beginning of the series, or as the cold hand to Daenerys Targaryen in later seasons. 

Cersei Lannister

Cersei looks like a prime Disney villain in this rendition of her character. The animation style of these two artists reminds me of Disney's Enchanted, the movie starring Amy Adams in which her princess Giselle is transported from a magical animated world to the harsh reality and live-action world of New York City. 

Arya Stark and the Hound

A young Arya traveled with the Hound across Westeros trying to make it back home to Winterfell. The two forged a close bond, but also got under each other's skin along the way. This illustration is a perfectly accurate look at the frenemies' relationship. 

Jon Snow and Ghost

Fans were livid when it appeared as though Jon Snow never got to pet his direwolf Ghost in one of the final episodes of the series. However, things turned around in the last episode when Jon left to live amongst the Wildlings and his pet in the North. Fans cheered when Jon Snow gave Ghost one great snuggle in the final episode. This adorable animated moment between the two most likely wouldn't have happened based on Ghost's vicious temperament, despite his love for his owner. 

The Night King

This Disney version of the white walker leader looks straight out of the movie Frozen. It would be a bizarre transition for the Night King to belt out a rendition of "Let It Go" before the Battle of Winterfell began. The artists got the glowing blue eyes and icy skin down perfectly.

Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen 

Jon and Dany had an interesting relationship to say the least. The lovers turned family turned enemies arc was disturbing to some viewers. In the end it was up to Jon to end his Queen's life and tyrannical reign. This cartoon version of the characters is a flashback to happier times between the two before they had any idea there was anything remiss about their relationship. 

Lord Varys

Lord Varys was the Master of Whisperers and always knew where to get the latest information and gossip about the Seven Kingdoms. This animated version of Varys is perfect, he is listening to all of his "little birds," who provided him with his Westerosi intel. Unfortunately it was Varys' judgment and wisdom that led to his death. 

Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth 

The brief and beloved romance between Jaime and Brienne was a heartbreaking affair. In the end, Jaime couldn't stand to be away from his sister and true love Cersei. This depiction of Jaime and Brienne as Belle and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast is a great reminder of what could have been. 

The Mountain and Oberyn Martell

In one of the most brutal and deeply disturbing moments of the season, The Mountain punctured Oberyn Martell's eyes and crushed his skull. In the artists' G-rated Disney version it looks as if the two are just messing around with no malicious intent. Somehow it fits the characters perfectly even if that's not how it ended up in the series in the slightest.