Max Caracappa

Max Caracappa

Max sees to the needs of her kitty overlords; polices the grammar on all kinds of published material including signage, menus, and food packaging; and cuddles with her wife while watching her favorite shows (Our Flag Means Death, Killjoys, Sense8, and Doctor Who among them). She continues to be far too excited to be working for the Daily Dragon.

Discussing Bridgerton

It’s been nearly impossible to avoid coming across the topic of Bridgerton over the last year or more, and here at Dragon Con is no different. Panelists Emily Myerscough, Amanda-Rae Prescott, Jen Johnson, along with moderator Andie La-Rosa Jimenez from the Alt History track got together to discuss Bridgerton: Our Love Affair with Regency Romance on Friday at 4PM on… Read more →

Creating the Footprint of Dragon Con

If you’ve ever wondered why the Westin looks the way that it does or why there’s a spaceship on the top of the Hyatt, then The Architecture of Dragon Con: How John Portman’s Genius Built Our Home panel on Friday at 9AM on the Fan Tracks channel had the answers. Moderator Lisa Ellisor put together a thorough and academic-style presentation… Read more →

Discovering Anthony Rapp

Discovering Anthony Rapp

Anthony Rapp can currently be seen as Lt. Commander Paul Stamets on Star Trek: Discovery, but he is well known to an array of audiences from stage and screen. He was greeted with a standing ovation as he arrived in the Marriott Imperial Ballroom Friday at 11:30AM for his solo panel. Throughout the panel, Rapp was warm and gave thoughtful… Read more →

Helloooooooo 21st Century!

Sunday afternoon at 1PM on the Main Programming channel, the cast of the Animaniacs (Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche, Tress MacNeille, and Jess Harnell) reunited to answer some questions and talk about the upcoming reboot on Hulu. As can be expected when this cast gets together, we also had visits from Yakko, Wakko, Pinky, Brain, and Dot as well as a… Read more →

Keeping Things Twisted

If you’ve ever wondered what the Brady Bunch might have sounded like if they had been played by the likes of Roger Rabbit, Kermit the Frog, Rafiki from The Lion King, or Yakko from the Animaniacs, then you have to look no further than Saturday night’s edition of Twisted Toonz at 7PM on the Main Programming channel. Moderator Jeff Zannini… Read more →

When Gonzoroo Happens to You

It’s not putting too fine a point on it to say that “Gonzoroo Presents: A Virtual Music & Comedy Spectacular,” on Saturday at 8:30PM on the Main Programming channel, was an experience unique to Dragon Con. It was free-wheeling and often bizarre, and even now, I’m not entirely sure what I saw. Moderator Ken Plume introduced each clip submitted from… Read more →

They Yeeted Us with SCIENCE!

There seems to be nothing that geeks enjoy more than engaging in a hypothetical debate and “Can You Yeet It? (For Science),” at 4PM Saturday on the Science Track YouTube, was a prime example. The definition of yeet, for those who might not be in the know, according to the Cambridge dictionary is “to throw something with a lot of… Read more →

Creative Marching in the Virtual Parade

The Dragon Con parade is one of the most iconic and anticipated parts of the weekend. But how could we hold a parade deep in the midst of a pandemic? The Dragon Con community is nothing if not creative and resourceful, so our intrepid fans submitted videos and photos of themselves in their best parade costumes for commentary from regular… Read more →

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