Get the 2012 limited edition set of three Dragon*Con Hard Rock Café pins for $39.00 from the Hard Rock Café table at the Marriott on the Marquis Level (moved from the Sheraton). 10% of all proceeds go to the official 2012 Dragon*Con charity, the Georgia Chapter of the ALS Association.
Adam West and Burt Ward, who played Batman and Robin in the classic television series, received a commendation at Dragon*Con by the Atlanta City Council, proclaiming Saturday (9/1) as Adam West Day and Burt Ward Day in the City of Atlanta!
New York Times best-selling novelist Scott Sigler and voice actor Bob Carter will be stopping by for a free meet & greet, photo op, and autograph session at Digital Gaming on Sunday. Don’t miss them! Scott Sigler is the author of Nocturnal, Ancestor, Infected and Contagious, hardcover thrillers from Crown Publishing, and the co-founder of Dark øverlord Media, which publishes… Read more →
Whatever bugs might have been in the barcode registration system last year seem to have been worked out, and people are blasting through registration. The average wait time has varied from ten to 45 minutes, a vast improvement over the multi-hour waits in line to get into a ballroom to get into another line to get into an alphabetical line… Read more →
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), the non-profit writers organization founded by Damon Knight in 1965 and presenter of the Nebula awards, will have a table all weekend long at the Exhibit Level of the Hyatt. Come by, meet your favorite authors, and get their autographs!
For 2012, Dragon*Con is proud to offer collaborative programming with Chicon 7, the 70th World Science Fiction Convention! The following panels will feature simulcast guests and/or tape delay events in the Regency V Ballroom (Hyatt).
Baen Books authors at Dragon*Con will be signing at Larry Smith Booksellers, booths 309-311 in the Marquis Ballroom (Marriott). Don’t miss them!
The Kaleidoscope Track has once again compiled a list of panels and events (link opens a Google Docs spreadsheet) at this year’s Dragon*Con we think younger convention-goers would enjoy. It’s not the complete selection of events we think suitable for our younger attendees, but it’s a great starting place. As always, parents should employ their own best judgment.