Here’s an index of all the news, information, interviews, and articles we published for Dragon Con 2015!
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… Read more →
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… Read more →
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… Read more →
The best films shown in the Dragon Con Independent Film Festival were recognized on Monday (1PM, Hyatt Regency V). Short Films Comedy: 7.2 Dark Comedy: The Amazing Rondini Fan Film: Prelude to Axanar Fantasy: The Sun Devil and the Princess Foreign Language: Replika Horror: Mojave Junction Horror Comedy: Dead Hearts Science Fiction: Dust Steampunk: Savant: Kali 47 Best Short Film:… Read more →
Four winners were selected from Monday’s Comic Book Quick Sketch contest (11:30AM, The Learning Center, Hyatt). Best Character, Adult Division: Carly Trowbridge, pencil male and female Best Comic Book Page, Adult Division: Kinsey Stewart, Ninja Turtles Best Character, Under 18 Division: Marina Fitzpatrick (13), woman in dress with swirls around her Best Comic Book Page, Under 18 Division: Katie Farmer… Read more →
I’ll start this piece by admitting I hated the movie Jurassic World. The fourth installment of the franchise turned out to be the first movie with different kids. Everything, from the hamster ball, to the running through the jungle in high heels, to training velociraptors with a clicker, was so far beyond the realm of believable that it pulled me… Read more →