Some of the most beloved Warehouse 13 actors gathered together in the packed Marriott Atrium Ballroom to reminisce about the show that touched so many people’s lives. One of the most poignant questions was “what would your one wish on the kettle be?” Joanne Kelly‘s (Myka) one heartfelt wish would be that “each and every one of you know how… Read more →
If this Daily Dragon reporter was forced to recommend only one panel to see, it would be the Being Human cast. Read along with me as I share a little story… It all began on a hot and muggy Saturday evening in the Westin Peachtree Ballroom. Eager attendees filled the room, and after an engaging Bob and Carl skit, it… Read more →
Ever wonder what it takes to grab a coveted position on a bestselling list? Kevin J. Anderson, Christopher Golden, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Katherine Kurtz, and Harry Turtledove sat down with Nancy Knight in the Hyatt Regency VI-VII on Friday to talk about the good, the blocked, and the ugly parts of being an author. With the all of the gloriousness that… Read more →
After seven seasons, the iconic HBO series True Blood has come to a conclusion. Still fresh from the airing of the finale, Nelsan Ellis, Michael McMillian, and Kristin Bauer discussed the impact the show has had on them on Saturday in the Hyatt Centennial II-III. One of the first questions asked was how much the writers changed the character to… Read more →
Eagerly anticipating Son of No One, the Daily Dragon sat down with Dragon Con regular and New York Times Bestselling Author Sherrilyn Kenyon to talk about characters, quirks, and teasers. Daily Dragon (DD): Son of No One, which will be released Tuesday, really crosses several of your worlds, was this always the plan? Sherrilyn Kenyon (SK): It’s weird if you… Read more →
Vampires are some of the hottest supernatural creatures on the bookshelves. During the “Vampires and the Women Who Write Them” panel in the Peachtree Ballroom (W) on Sunday at 2:30PM, some of the top women writers of vampires discussed the allure of the immortal creature, how their writing takes on a life of its own, and what choices they regret… Read more →
AMC’s The Walking Dead consistently brings in top ratings and often beats the ratings of network programs. Several cast members, dead and alive, sat down in the “All That Matters: Walking Dead Q&A” panel in the Peachtree Ballroom (W) on Sunday at 5:30PM and discussed all things walker.
There were tears of laughter and tears of loss at the “WH13: So Long and Thanks for All the Teslas” farewell panel on Monday. Fans were treated to a hilarious gag reel that turned sad for diehard fans contemplating a near future without one of their beloved shows. One of the most interesting questions of the morning was what personal… Read more →