At DragonCon, GiN was able to chat with Comics and Popular Arts Conference speaker Johnathan Flowers, a doctoral candidate in Philosophy from Southern Illinois University. His research focuses on Japanese Aesthetics and the philosophy of race, gender and sexuality.
Our photo section takes a look at some of the best cosplay costumes from DragonCon 2016.
Every year DragonCon somehow steps up its game, and 2016 was no exception. Being the 30th year of the convention made this year even more special, and everyone seemed to be having a wonderful time at this very unique event.
GiN Reporter Marie Brownhill was able to attend the Comics and Popular Arts Conference at DragonCon this year, and even got to talk to luminaries like Dr. Carl Dull, who ran a panel on the Philosophical Perspectives of Japanese Anime.
DragonCon has always been known for its excellent, all-inclusive cosplayers, and 2015 was no exception. Our reporter wandered among the masses this year, pointing out a few that were exceptionally impressive.
One of the coolest parts of DragonCon is the amazing costumes that people come up with. From the professional to the enthusiastic amateur, they all come together at this most wonderful of conventions. Come and see some of the best ones we found at the DragonCon 2015 show.
Our field reporter Marie Brownhill has been covering the amazing DragonCon convention for over six years now. This year, she attempted to do something a little bit different, and experienced the convention with much less planning, al la Ron Weasley style.
One of the many things that made DragonCon 2014 so incredible was the HUGE emphasis on costumes and cosplay. There is even an annual parade that seems to bring out the entire city to watch. Check out some of the amazing costumes that our reporter ran into during the show.
Marie Brownhill has covered every DragonCon for GiN over the past five years. It seems to get better every year, and 2014 was no exception. This is the place to visit if you happen to be anywhere near Atlanta.
Retrobooster is a 1980’s style cave flyer with a modern physics and graphical package. It also comes with an 80’s level difficulty that will challenge even serious vets.