Alicia Pack

Alicia Pack

Not everyone can say they watch television for homework, read novels for inspiration, and are paid to follow what’s trending. For Alicia Pack, it is all part of life as a writer and media enthusiast.  When she isn't lost in the world she is trying to create, you can find her with her nose in a book or catching up on her favorite supernatural shows.  She has a Master’s degree in Mass Communications and a Bachelor’s degree in Radio, Television, and Film.  Her nine years of diverse media experience include news writing, copywriting, website content management, social media, promotions, television production, and teaching.

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Dragon Bites on the Walk of Fame

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The Daily Dragon staff misses everyone already, and so we wanted to leave you with a little something to nibble on until next year. This reporter stalked the Walk of Fame on Monday to ask many of the guests about their experiences at Dragon Con 2015 and the craziest/weirdest/favorite thing they saw over the weekend. Aaron Abrams: “It’s been great to interact with fans in a way that Scott [Thompson] and I rarely get a chance to do. Hannibal fans
 
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An Academic Study of Permissible Mullets in Classic Sci-Fi and Fantasy

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Introducing a Hairstyle That Needs No Introduction: The Mullet The mullet is a unique hairstyle that is characterized by being short on the top and sides and long enough in the back to pull into a ponytail. It can be summed up as “business in the front and party in the back.” One of the most recognizable mullets of all time was the one donned by country music artist Billy Ray Cyrus. In 2006, Cyrus released the album Wanna Be
 
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The Serious Side of Eddie McClintock

The Serious Side of Eddie McClintock

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If you’ve never been to one of Eddie McClintock’s panels, stop everything (after reading this, of course) and jot his name down on your must-see list for next year. He’s on this reporter’s list of top people to see every year because McClintock brings a high intensity, laugh-filled exuberance to every panel he’s on. From taking his shirt off five minutes in to creating illustrations for the charity auction to running out to the audience to hold the microphone, you
 
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Lost Girl: Walking in High Heels

Lost Girl: Walking in High Heels

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The Lost Girl cast consistently ups their Dragon Con panel memorability game from year-to-year. This time, they emerged spectacularly from the back of the room and sprinted down the aisles in glorious fae-shion to the cheers of an eager crowd. Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried, Zoie Palmer, Ksenia Solo, Rachel Skarsten, and Paul Amos joined a packed house on Sunday at 2:30PM in the Westin Peachtree Ballroom. Early on, one fanatic fan asked the cast what was one thing no one
 
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Game of Thrones: Three Characters Still Alive

Game of Thrones: Three Characters Still Alive

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Editor’s Note: This show airs on HBO and contains copious amounts of nudity, mature content, and adult language. This article may contain the same. Well, maybe not the visual nudity. The Marriot Atrium Ballroom was packed to the brim on Friday at 11:30AM as eager fans waited to hear from Julian Glover (Grand Maester Pycelle), Finn Jones (Ser Loras Tyrell), and Kristian Nairn (Hodor). “Game of Thrones: From Highgarden to Winterfell” was not a panel to be missed. Fans of
 
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An Early Morning Press Conference with Danielle Panabaker

An Early Morning Press Conference with Danielle Panabaker

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Georgia native Danielle Panabaker, who currently plays Caitlin Snow on The Flash and Arrow on The CW, sat down with reporters for a 9AM press conference on Saturday. Hot topics ranged from her experiences with comics fans to the role of Killer Frost to toilets in “the pipeline.” Panabaker was introduced to the extraordinariness that is Dragon Con with being informed that there will be people dressed like Caitlin. Panabaker replied, “Really? People are like, I don’t know how to
 
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. After Dark

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. After Dark

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Ever wonder where S.H.I.E.L.D. agents go after they die? “They’re all hanging out having coffee at Warehouse 13,” Eddie McClintock theorized after he crashed the “Guests of S.H.I.E.L.D.” panel on Friday at 7PM in the Westin Peachtree Ballroom. Death, superheroes, resurrection, and shoelace romance were recurring themes in this lively panel that included B.J. Britt and Edward James Olmos. In the Marvel Universe, no one is safe. Agent Triplett, played by Britt, and Robert Gonzales, played by Olmos, had crushing
 
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The Flash: We Have Really, Really Big Nerds Writing the Show

The Flash: We Have Really, Really Big Nerds Writing the Show

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“I really love you, but this question isn’t for you.” Wearing matching burgundy T-shirts, Robbie Amell and John Wesley Shipp ribbed each other whenever a fan’s question began this way at “The Flash: The Fastest Thing on Two Feet” on Friday at 1PM in the Marriott Atrium. Amell and Shipp aren’t the only jokesters on the set of The Flash. Tom Cavanaugh gives rides on his super-fast wheelchair, and Grant Gustin and Jesse L. Martin are known to practice tap
 
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