Georgia native Danielle Panabaker, who currently plays Caitlin Snow on The Flash and Arrow on The CW, sat down with reporters for a 9AM press conference on Saturday. Hot topics ranged from her experiences with comics fans to the role of Killer Frost to toilets in “the pipeline.” Panabaker was introduced to the extraordinariness that is Dragon Con with being… Read more →
Come and linger in the dark and creepy shadows of speculative fiction with Author/Editor/Journalist Elizabeth Donald. Daily Dragon (DD): Your fiction might be best described as eclectic, including vampires, zombies, space ships, perhaps some romance, and more, oh my. Are you a horror writer, a science fiction author, something in between, or something else entirely unique? What tempts you to… Read more →
Kathryn Hinds started writing stories early, but her first publications were nonfiction books for children and middleschoolers about various historical cultures. To date, she has written more than 50 of these as well as numerous short stories and poems and several novels. Christy English, author of the Shakespeare in Love series, described Hinds’s 2015 epic fantasy, The Healer’s Choice, as… Read more →
Faith Hunter returns for Dragon Con 2015! An attractive hazel-eyed blonde with a penchant for natural jewelry, Hunter is the creator of one of the most loved kick-ass heroines of contemporary fantasy and is hard at work on a new series. The New York Times bestselling author of the Jane Yellowrock, Rogue Mage, and The Soulwood series answered our questions… Read more →
Stand in front of a mirror and close your eyes. Picture yourself in your mind—every detail from the shape of your face to the length of your fingers. Hold onto that image and open your eyes, what do you see?
Tom Mison has spent over 15 years on the stage and screen, but he’s best known to American audiences as Ichabod Crane in the series Sleepy Hollow. He took time out of his lunch break while filming Season 3 to talk with the Daily Dragon. Sleepy Hollow returns on Fox on October 1.
With topics that range from the Tick to vampire dystopia, no challenge daunts the dynamic writing duo that is Clay Griffith and Susan Griffith. Their new Crown & Key books mesh fantasy superheroes with steampunk in an earlier era better known for its poets than its emerging tech. I asked the Griffiths about their new novels and other fan favorites.
When drawing fanfic graphic novels was no longer fulfilling enough as a teen, Raphyel M. Jordan ventured into greater adventures in storytelling. Now, when he isn’t busy saving the world through the trusty arsenal called “video games,” the author fancies spending time writing about exciting worlds untouched by man. Jordan writes Young Adult science fiction and fantasy. For more details… Read more →