Yeehaw, friends and foes, it’s that time again – the Dragon Con 2019 Roundup! Hold on to your hand sanitizer, your White Claws, and definitely don’t hold onto the hand rails, kids! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
In their haste to get a panel out about Good Omens in time for Dragon Con, the Urban Fantasy Track overlooked adding a single non-binary panelist despite the massive non-binary representation included in the show. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Welcome to The Geekiary’s fourth annual convention round up! Our 2017 conventions were many and varied, so sit back and enjoy highlights and stories from myself, Admin Angel, Bekah, and Jamie! Which 2017 conventions did you attend, and which one was your favorite? Tara: Every year I tell myself I’m going to cut back on […]
Part one of my “Game of Toxic Masculinity” panel report from Dragon Con 2017 wrapped up with a discussion of show runners Benioff and Weiss and how their own toxic masculinity effects the series. In that discussion I touched on Loras and how they portrayed his sexuality, and so I’ll begin part two by exploring […]
I’ve been lucky enough to take part in many Game of Thrones panels at Dragon Con throughout the years – every year since 2012, in fact – but this year, the new High Fantasy track really went above and beyond with their Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones offerings, including an awesome panel called […]
The Dragon Con community has been abuzz since yesterday, when the Sheraton Atlanta announced a price increase on booked (and pre-paid!) rooms for Dragon Con 2017. While there has been rampant speculation as to whether or not this rate hike is a scam, the vast majority of what we’re seeing is that sadly, it’s not. […]
Social media is abuzz today with the news that Dragon Con is continuing its streamlining efforts by cutting more of its long-standing fan tracks, in this case Whedonverse and Tolkien. There is already a thread on the Dragon Con subreddit where attendees are discussing what might happen next, and someone even created a “Save Whedon […]
As usual we here at The Geekiary had a busy year covering conventions, so join myself, Admin Angel, and editors Bekah and Jamie for our Convention Round Up 2016, in which we recap another year of amazing convention experiences! Which conventions did you attend this year, and which one was your favorite? Tara: As per […]
You’ve probably heard it before: Steven Universe isn’t a kids’ show. Steven Universe is a kids’ show! Back and forth. Although some people might have issues with the themes of the show, Steven Universe has proven to me that it’s perfect for any demographic. A couple of experiences I had at DragonCon 2016 while in my […]
Fandoms can be a tight knit, loving support system, or they can be the emotional equivalent of the Hunger Games. Thankfully, The 100 fandom is the former. I’ve noticed that there are few grey areas in certain fandoms, especially in regards to The 100 fandom. Many Bellarke shippers hate the Clexa shippers, and vice versa. […]