Ralph Gallagher

Ralph is a geek through and through. Living by the beach in sunny South Carolina, he spends most of his time huddled over a keyboard. Whether it's comics, anime, or sci-fi/fantasy, if it's even slightly geeky, he's there. He's a member of Wayland's Forge, a cosplay making group from Myrtle Beach.

Steampunk’d in Thirty Minutes

Steampunk’d in Thirty Minutes

If you’ve ever wanted to see a costume thrown together in thirty minutes from random scraps, then “Extreme Makeover: Steampunk Edition” is the panel for you. On Friday at 2:30PM in Hilton Grand East, cosplay fans were treated to three expert costumers creating costumes from a wagon filled with scraps. David Anthony Lee, Astrid Shadows, and Andrew Reseigh graced the… Read more →

The Best and Brightest—Costuming Exhibit

The Best and Brightest—Costuming Exhibit

If you’ve ever wanted to be amazed by the sheer talent of Dragon Con’s cosplay guests, the Costuming Exhibit was the place to be. The exhibit features everything from period-accurate Jane Austen dresses to full-size monster costumes from Fallout 4. The artists whose works are on display are truly amazing, showing off skills that put Hollywood to shame. Some displays… Read more →

Complicated and Oh-So-Human: Reflections with Jason Isaacs

Complicated and Oh-So-Human: Reflections with Jason Isaacs

Jason Isaacs is drawn to complex characters. This idea came to the fore time and again during his Friday morning session in the Marriott Atrium Ballroom. This notion of being drawn to complex fascinating characters appeared very early on in the session. A lifelong fan of comics, a lover of fantasy, Isaacs sees in stories, especially those we know as… Read more →

From Sesame Street to Wakanda: The Dragon Con Parade

From Sesame Street to Wakanda: The Dragon Con Parade

Dragon Con wouldn’t be complete without its annual parade. First thing Saturday morning, fans began lining the streets for a chance to see some of Dragon Con’s best costumes march through Atlanta. Starting promptly at 10AM, fandoms old and new began their journey. Lead by Emilo Degado, Roscoe Orman, and Bob McGrath of Sesame Street as the Grand Marshals, the… Read more →

Game of Bones: The John Barrowman Show

Game of Bones: The John Barrowman Show

It started with two scantily clad men in collars, and it just went down the gutter from there. Cersei Lannister—aka John Barrowman—defies description. If you have never seen him live, I really don’t know how to describe the debauchery that is John Barrowman. Because the Daily Dragon is a family-friendly publication, much of the panel cannot be recounted here in… Read more →

Starting on Gruel and Finishing on Martinis

Starting on Gruel and Finishing on Martinis

Karen Gillan and Alex Kingston entered a packed Marriott Atrium Ballroom Sunday afternoon to thunderous applause. Arthur Darvill was unable to make the panel due to his flight schedule, but the two women continued without him. They kicked off the panel by asking anyone with a sonic screwdriver to raise it in the air for a salute. Deciding to mix… Read more →

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