Game of Thrones star calls all mothers around the world ‘superheroes’
LOS ANGELES (Monitoring Desk) – British actress Emilia Clarke, who gained worldwide fame for her powerful role as the mother of the dragon in the popular American TV series Game of Thrones, has called mothers all over the world ‘superheroes’.
Actress Emilia Clarke says: “We always call mothers superheroes and I wonder what would have happened if they really were. What if they were legally superheroes? ‘
Game of Thrones fans know Dragon’s mother well, but what they don’t know is that Dragon’s mother, actress Emilia Clarke, actually considers herself the Mother of Madness because the actress came up with the same idea of superhero wax. He has written a comic book, MOM: Mother of Madness.
“I was traveling in a car with some of my friends three years ago when I came up with the idea, which was very funny,” said Emilia Clark in an interview.
“After that, when I woke up in the morning after the night was over, I thought it was a ridiculous idea, but I should act on it,” she said.
Emilia Clark’s book is a short series consisting of three issues.
He co-authored the book with Margaret Bennett.
The comic book tells the story of a mother named Maya, a very powerful woman who uses her superpowers against human traffickers.
Earlier, Emilia had revealed that she had twice had an aneurysm in her brain, which required surgery.
She said that due to bleeding in her brain, she reached the intensive care unit after which she could not even remember her name.
Emilia Clarke said she did not tell anyone in Game of Thrones immediately after the first aneurysm.
“Even then and after that, I was afraid of being fired for any reason,” he said.