Irish Waxwork of Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen Draws Hilariously Brutal Reviews

“It would look better with a wick in it.”

Daenerys Targaryen, First of Her Name, Breaker of Chains, Mother of Dragons, Impersonator of Legolas, Constipated Galadriel and Leftover John Travolta.

These are just some of the titles bestowed on a new waxwork figure of Emilia Clarke‘s "Game Of Thrones" character, unveiled in Dublin’s National Wax Museum on Wednesday.

When Irish news site posted pictures of the effigy asking for opinions, it didn’t take long for the reviews to start rolling in.

Many thought it looked more like Orlando Bloom’s elfin character from Lord Of The Rings, or indeed any of Tolkiens other male elves, including Thanduil and Haldir.

Others were less forgiving again, citing Hulk Hogan and even Cristiano Ronaldo’s infamously tortured golden bust at Madeira Airport.

"I wouldn’t be tagging @emiliaclarke in this. It looks you planted @martinscorsese eyebrows on @officialannielennox in that video ‘There Must Be An Angel’," one wrote on Instagram.

"This looks like Katie Hopkins after a night out," another opined.

There wasn’t much defense or of the artwork among the Irish, who are typically as non-discriminative as they are merciless in their abuse.

All joking aside, there is a precedence of using random heads for "Game of Thrones" purposes at the museum; an earlier GOT exhibit replicated the Hall Of Faces from the House Of Black And White, and simply filled it with spare wax heads they had lying around.

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