Dragon Con Media Relations

September, 3 – September, 7 Atlanta, GA

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Featured Track: BritTrack 2019

BritTrack’s Mission Statement is to celebrate all Anglophiles and their love for media/pop culture of the United Kingdom. The track hosts panels, a party, and interactive events on British music, animation, culture, literature, comics, movies, and television created in the UK. The list is endless: Doctor Who universe, Black Mirror, Monty Python, Sherlock, James Bond, Prisoner, […]

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Featured Track: Apocalypse Rising 2019

The Apocalypse is Rising, or has it already arrived? Dragon Con’s Apocalypse Rising track discusses this burning question and more in its panels on the what, why, and when of the end of the world. Once fans know how the world might end, the track’s Survival series will prepare them for the worst, with panels […]

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Featured Tracks: Animation & Anime/Manga 2019

Whether their childhood Saturday mornings involved the works of Hanna Barbera, Disney, Studio Ghibli, or Studio Bones, Dragon Con’s Animation and Anime/Manga Tracks welcome fans to explore and celebrate everything cartoons. Click below to learn more about Dragon Con’s Animation Track and Anime/Manga Track.

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Featured Track: Alternate and Historical Fiction Track

The Alternate and Historical Fiction Track is the destination for times of “never-was” and days of future “could-have-been.” This track mixes its special brand of entertainment with a new slant on the past, present, and future to those who love being in and out of time.   From fan panels about shows like Timeless and Man […]

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DCMR Podcast 2017-3 (High Fantasy Track, Interviews Again, Costuming)

2017 Podcast 3: Tracks, Interviews, Costumes Podcast Three: Tracks, Interviews, Costumes (File: https://www.dragoncon.org/mediarelations/2017Podcasts/DDCMR_podcast_2017_03.mp3) Dan Carroll, Director of Dragon Con Media Relations, talks to the High Fantasy Track Director, Jennifer Liang about the exciting High Fantasy Track, which covers Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, and other High Fantasy properties. He welcomes long time Dragon […]

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Featured Track: Robotics and Maker

Welcome to the Dragon Con Robotics and Maker fan track. This track features engineering projects, ideas and more, from homemade jet engines to remote controlled shopping carts. If you fancy yourself an inventor or just want to learn more, this is the place for you! Under the direction of Valerie Macht, Dragon Con’s Robotics and […]

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Featured Track: Puppetry

Whether you want to learn puppetry, celebrate puppetry classics like Sesame Street, or build a puppet with your kids, Director Beau Brown and Dragon Con’s Puppetry Track team have got something for you! Panels, puppet slams, workshops, improv shows, and musicals are just a few of the events lined up for Dragon Con’s puppetry fans. […]

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Featured Track: Urban Fantasy

Welcome to a world where things are seldom what they seem: the guy across the room could be a vampire, your next-door-neighbor may be a werewolf, or perhaps the nice lady working at the local drugstore is a demon. Join Director Carol Malcolm and Dragon Con’s Urban Fantasy team for an exploration of these worlds. […]

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Featured Track: Kaleidoscope

Dragon Con is fun for the whole family and Director Jill Maddox and her Kaleidoscope Track team bring the kid-friendly fun to the con! For 9-13 year olds and their families, the Kaleidoscope Track offers Disney Pin Trading, Kid-Themed Team Trivia, Tuff topics for Parents, Comics for Kids, programming from Disney, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network. […]

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Featured Track: Science

Where science fact meets science fiction, you’ll find Director Stephen Granade and the Dragon Con Science Track team! In 2015, the Science Track brings you topics such as human decision-making, the science behind pop culture, regenerative medicine and biosystems, science education, astronomy, science journalism, and more. Guests include neuroscientists Gregory Berns and Scicurious; biologist Eric […]

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