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Dragon Con

  1. Guardians Director James Gunn Takes Photo With The Best Groot Cosplayer You’ll Ever See


    I've been seeing photos of this cosplayer from HurleyFX floating around for a bit, but kismet happened at Dragon Con this weekend as they ran into James Gunn.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Chuck & The Piemaker Finally Kiss

    Plus new Rat Queens, cruelty-free Hogwarts quills, Dragon Con cakes, and more!

    The facts were these: Anna Friel posted this photo of her kissing Lee Pace on IG, and a world's worth of Chuck/Ned shippers went crazy. #SavePushingDaisies2k14 (via Instagram)

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  3. DragonCon Co-Founder Ed Kramer Pleads Guilty To Molestation Charges, Is Sentenced

    It seems as if the Ed Kramer saga has finally come to an end. The DragonCon co-founder has pleaded guilty to three of six counts of child molestation. 

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  4. Things We Saw Today: A Macabre Sherlock Premiere Date Confirmation

    Things We Saw Today

    The BBC revealed the UK premiere date for Sherlock by driving an empty hearse around. Sounds about right. In case you can't read the flowers, it's January 1. (via The Hollywood Reporter)

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  5. Things We Saw Today: McKellen & Stewart Touring NYC

    Things We Saw Today

    Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart continuing their excellent tour of New York City. (via Twitter)

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  6. Cosplayers Finally Facing Copyright Legal Action… Except It’s Over a Carpet

    *gasp* Twist!

    Dragon Con is held at the same Mariott hotel in Atlanta every year, so the people behind Volpin Props decided to get extra-creative and dress up as the unusual-looking carpet that every con-goer knows and... well, tolerates. It was a huge hit with everyone -- right up until the carpet designers slapped them with a Cease & Desist. Womp womp.

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  7. Cosplayers Dress Up As Carpet, Carpet Designers Are Not Pleased

    We Can't Have Nice Things

    At DragonCon last month, a couple of cosplayers decided to sidestep the usual fare of superheroes and cartoon characters in favor of dressing up as the carpet at the Marriott hotel where the con takes place. Yup, there was carpet-colored camo. That is a real thing that now exists. Naturally, other people wanted to emulate the design, but, alas, this psychedelic carpet army was not to be - because Courtisan Inc., the company that designed the original rug, issued a Cease and Desist soon after the design went up.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Facebook-Flavored Ice Cream

    Things We Saw Today

    You won't be able to partake in this social network-themed treat unless you're on Croatia's Murter Island, where the not-sanctioned-by-Facebook confection can be found exclusively in brothers Admir and Ibi Adili's ice cream shop. It's pretty much just plain ice cream with a blue syrup that tastes like "chewing gum and candy" drizzled on top. So it's geared towards kids and looks neat at first but ultimately doesn't have much to it. Fitting. (That's Nerdalicious)

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  9. Reunion of the Century: Red Fraggle and Mokey Fraggle

    it's time to play the music

    Bleeding Cool has this video from a Dragon*Con panel that featured Red and Mokey (and, of course, their silly creature counterparts, Karen Prell and Kathryn Mullen), reminiscing about their many adventures down in Fraggle Rock. Previously in Fraggle Rock

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Arya Stark Becoming King of All England

    Things We Saw Today

    "Arya Stark, you've just won the Game of Thrones, what's next?" Question answered. (The Disney Blog)

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  11. Things We Saw Today: Genderswap Hobbit Cast At DragonCon

    Things We Saw Today

    Just the other day we saw a fabulous genderswap Bilbo Baggins, today more folks from The Hobbit getting the Rule 63 treatment at DragonCon! (via Amy Ratcliffe)

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Blade Runner Action Figures

    Things We Saw Today

    Custom made by Scott Pettersen. (via Laughing Squid)

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  13. Dragon*Con Finally Cuts Financial Ties With Co-Founder and Accused Molester Ed Kramer

    Ed Kramer isn't exactly a great guy, even if he did co-found the convention.

    The organization behind Dragon*Con, the Atlanta-based multi-genre geek convention that will reach its 27th year when it's held at the end of this August, has announced that it has bought out the shares held by co-founder Edward Kramer, a man that has been facing trial for child molestation since 2000. Though Kramer has had no involvement with the convention's organization or planning since that time, he has continued to profit from his 34% ownership of the company's stock. After years of criticism of Kramer's continued association with the convention, the company has finally conceded to public opinion and forced him out.

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  14. UPDATED: Dragon*Con Officially Separates From Founder, Accused Molester, Ed Kramer


    After a drawn out, public debacle, Dragon*Con has announced they have finally managed to divorce themselves from accused molester Edward Kramer.

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  15. Things We Saw Today: Felicia Day Joins The Dark Side

    Things We Saw Today

    ...for cookies. Obviously. (via Felicia Day) 

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  16. Creators Call For Fan Convention Boycott Over Co-Founder’s Sexual Abuse Charges


    Ed Kramer, the co-founder of Atlanta, Georgia's Dragon*Con has been in trouble with the law for years. He's recently been extradited back to the state on child-molestation charges dating back to 2000 and while he no longer claims association with the convention, he still receives financial compensation from it thanks to shares he holds in the corporation. As a response to the most recent events, some creators are calling for a boycott of Dragon*Con until they take steps to remove Kramer from the institution entirely.

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  17. Comedian Shares Her Nerd Dating Experiences, Getting Dumped Via Puppet

    A Series of Fallopian Tubes

    Comedian Dani Herd recently did stand-up at the Laughing Skull Lounge in Atlanta, George, you know, the home of Dragon*Con. That's important, see, Herd is a geek. Her set mostly revolves around her love life and love of Fraggles. I adore her instantly. Adult language is used, you have been so forewarned. (via reddit) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  18. Superman Helps Batman Propose To Batgirl [VIDEO]

    If you liked it then you should have put a Lantern Ring on it

    Cosplayer Ruby Rinekso is a cool dude in my book but he just solidified himself in the cool history books thanks to this project. Rinesko had a plan to propose to his girlfriend Jennifer Haviland at Dragon*Con during the DC Comics Characters Photo Shoot. He was going to be dressed as 1960s Batman while Haviland would be cosplaying Batgirl from the same series. As if that wasn't enough, three of their friends, in on Rinekso's plan, decided they'd ask Dean Cain (Superman from Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman) to play a part. And he said yes. This is a dream come true and it didn't even happen to me. Watch with a tissue. (via CNN)

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  19. My First Trip To Dragon*Con Or, That Time I Fell Into Cosplay Quicksand

    Here Be Dragons

    As a person who attends several pop-culture conventions a year, it's been my yearly goal to try and attend at least one show I haven't been to before. I already did that twice this year with Emerald City Comicon and GeekGirlCon but I figured, what the heck, why not make it a trilogy? So I went to Dragon*Con in Atlanta, Georgia. I'd heard it was crazy. I'd heard it was cosplay central. I wasn't prepared for either. Read on for details about the trip as well as tons of photos!

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  20. Labor Day Weekend is For Nerds: The Cosplay of PAX Prime and Dragon*Con

    And All Was Right With the World

    A creeper in a dress, with matching purse? Must be PAX. But this weekend doesn't just play host to PAX Prime, but also the 25th annual Dragon*Con with its fabulous parade of cosplayers and fans through downtown Atlanta. Warning: the contents of this post may include Time Lord babies, intra-fandom team ups, and Sailor Scouts comforting lady Captain Americas.

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