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Dean Cain assists in heroic proposal

Dean Cain hasn’t played Superman for 15 years, but he’s still a hero for many fans.

Hundreds of people turned up last weekend at Atlanta’s Dragon*Con to hear him reflect on his years in the 1990s hit “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.” 33 more words

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Costuming at Dragon*Con: It's like a sauna in here

Decked out in full Tamamo no Mae regalia, I drove from my home back to downtown Atlanta, Georgia, where Dragon*Con was being held. And I was already uncomfortable. 861 more words

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Dragon*Con's Walk of Fame: The cost of being a fan

Editor’s note: Emma Loggins is the editor of Fanbolt.com, an fan news site that specializes in behind-the-scenes information and interviews with the casts and crews of entertainment franchises with organized fan bases. 863 more words

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Costuming at Dragon*Con: Be brave

Sewing is not for the faint of heart, or any other body part.

There’s an incredible potential in fabric. It’s easy to dream up beautiful possibilities for a few yards of alluring fabric. 1,431 more words

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The 2012 Dragon*Con parade

Atlanta (CNN) — Angie Dowling attended her first Dragon*Con with her father when she was 5 years old. Now, more than 20 years later, she’s the parent squeezing her children through the crowds to secure a prime viewing spot for the parade of science-fiction and fantasy characters. 785 more words

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Dragon*Con or bust: Fans arrive in Atlanta

For geeks like me, Labor Day weekend is “the most wonderful time of the year” where Whovians, Trekkies, Star Wars fans, LARPers, gamers, Steampunk enthusiasts, aliens, zombies, vampires, fairies, and comic book heroes all mingle in one massive, 5-hotel-spanning nerd diorama. 736 more words

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Costuming at Dragon*Con: Why I’ll be a Japanese fox this year

If there’s one thing any self-respecting Dragon*Con attendee does not want to do, it’s “Halloween it.”

Dragon*Con, the Southeast’s largest fantasy and sci-fi fan convention, has long been a venue for impressive costuming. 1,037 more words

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