We’re All Winners at the Dragon Awards

Charles Gannon hosted the fourth annual Dragon Awards on Sunday evening, assisted by attending luminaries David Blue, Mike Capps, Peter David, Katherine Kurtz, Larry Niven, George Pérez, Tim Powers, Cat Rambo, Brandon Sanderson, and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. Winners were quick to congratulate all the nominees and to show their appreciation for all their fans. Gannon noted that the theme of this year’s Dragon Con is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing. He asked the crowd to consider Michael Collins, who didn’t get to walk on the moon, and stayed up in the command module, more alone than any man had even been before. Gannon asked all the nominees, those who won and those who didn’t, to stand up and be recognized for their marvelous efforts and achievements.

And the winners are:

Hank Reinhardt Fandom Award: Edward DeGruy

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Miniatures/Collectible Card/ Role-Playing Game: Call of Cthulhu: Masks of Nyarlathotep Slipcase Set by Chaosium Inc.

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Board Game: Betrayal Legacy by Avalon Hill Games

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Mobile Game: Harry Potter: Wizards Unite by Niantic, WB Games San Francisco

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy PC/Console Game: Red Dead Redemption 2 by Rockstar Games

Best Graphic Novel: X-Men: Grand Design—Second Genesis by Ed Piskor

Best Comic Book: Saga by Brian K. Vaughan, Fiona Staples

The Eugie Foster Memorial Award: “When We Were Starless” by Simone Heller

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy TV Series: Good Omens, Amazon Prime

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Movie: Avengers: Endgame by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo

Best Alternate History Novel: Black Chamber by S.M. Stirling

Best Horror Novel: Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

Best Media Tie-In Novel: Thrawn: Alliances by Timothy Zahn

Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel: Uncompromising Honor by David Weber

Best Young Adult/Middle Grade Novel: Bloodwitch by Susan Dennard

The Julie Award: George Pérez

Best Fantasy Novel (Including Paranormal): House of Assassins by Larry Correia

Best Science Fiction Novel: A Star-Wheeled Sky by Brad R. Torgersen

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Debbie Yutko lives near Atlanta with her husband and two cats. When she isn’t gardening, rescuing homeless kittens, or cramming math formulas into teenagers’ brains, she can be found stringing words together at her computer and dreaming of adventures in far-off lands. She is a lifelong reader of Science Fiction and Fantasy and a veteran of Dragon Con, where she enjoys attending panels and working with the talented staff of the Daily Dragon.