K. Tempest Bradford

K. Tempest Bradford

Tempest Bradford is a science fiction and fantasy author by night and a technology journalist by day. When she's not geeking out over the latest phone, coolest tablet, or most useful laptop, she spends her time absorbing, analyzing, and writing about genre media. Oh, and writing fiction, too.

Her published stories and random thoughts can be found on her blog and website at KTempestBradford.com.

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Gigi Edgley: Still Passionate About Puppets

Gigi Edgley: Still Passionate About Puppets

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It’s been fifteen years since Farscape first debuted and subsequent TV space operas still have a hard time topping it. Gigi Edgley, who played Chiana, helped fans celebrate and relive the magic on three panels at Dragon Con this year. Before the last day wound down she sat with us for a short interview on the Walk of Fame. Daily Dragon (DD): Eternal question: CGI or Puppets? Gigi Edgley (GE): Puppets. DD: Defend your thesis! GE: Because they have more
 
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Quick Q&A With Farscape's Lani Tupu

Quick Q&A With Farscape’s Lani Tupu

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Lani Tupu is most recognizable to Farscape fans as the show’s first antagonist, Bialar Crais. He was also the voice of Pilot, one of the alien creatures created for the show by the Jim Henson Creature Shop. We were able to snag some time with him just before Dragon Con officially ended. Daily Dragon (DD): CGI or Puppets? Lani Tupu (LT): Puppets, definitely. DD: Defend your thesis! LT: I like working in a team. And when you have puppets there
 
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Dream Logic, Murder Wizardry, and Flower Crowns: a Conversation with Cleolinda Jones

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You might know Cleolinda Jones (@cleolinda on Twitter) from her epic Twilight recaps, Movies in 15 Minutes, or her involvement in Hannibal fandom. Ever since the NBC show premiered last year she’s not only recapped all of the episodes but also developed an eyeshadow line called This Is My Design with the folks behind fansite Tattle-Crime.com. She’s here repping Hannibal fandom at panels and meetups, flower crown and all. Daily Dragon (DD): How big is the Hannibal fandom here at
 
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Antagonist/Protagonist - Both Sides Now: A Conversation with Major Crimes' Mary McDonnell

Antagonist/Protagonist – Both Sides Now: A Conversation with Major Crimes’ Mary McDonnell

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Actress Mary McDonnell has once again returned to Dragon Con after a few years away. While she may always be Battlestar Galactica’s President Laura Roslin to many fans, I’m really enjoying her work on TNT’s Major Crimes where she plays Captain Sharon Raydor. McDonnell always brings a quiet power to the roles she plays, often embodying women who are commanding and unquestionably in charge without having to raise her voice above the seemingly tranquil tone that’s become her hallmark. In
 
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Lethal and Vulnerable: A Conversation With Lucy Lawless

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This year Lucy Lawless made her first appearance at Dragon Con, taking part in Battlestar Galactica and Spartacus panels as well as her own solo panel on Friday afternoon. Her breakout role as Xena: Warrior Princess was enough to cement her as both a geek and a girl power icon, but she continues to impress on both stage and screen. She’s returning to Parks & Recreation this season and taking on a thriller for Australian television.

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