There’s a new Star Wars movie coming out … this makes the folks at DragonConTV wonder how it will all turn out. Are the fans excited? How does George Lucas feel? Can JJ Abrams dance? All this and more will be revealed in our musical tribute to Taylor Swift and “Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens”. Continue reading Sold It Off (“Shake it Off” Parody)
Edit: well, it’s way past August 1st, so submissions are closed.
Yes, DragonConTV wants you … to make the funny. We still produce videos to entertain the masses at Dragon Con, but if you’ve seen our past efforts you know we need all the help we can get. Video submissions are due by August 1 for DragonConTV 2015. Please read our Video Submissions Guide and follow the link to the submission form when you’re ready to send us your comedic masterpiece.
Every Halloween, people try to make “sexy” versions of ordinary costumes. We’ve seen this in science fiction for years … and it doesn’t always work.
Sexy SF. Written and Produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: ryoryot by robertodaglio1 (http://ccmixter.org/files/robertodaglio1/28505).
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Ah, fanfic. Our fans love the fic.
Fabulous Fanfic. Written & produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Coast to Coast by CS Brown (http://www.csbrownmusic.com/).
Remember how the Internet blew up over the whole “Ben Affleck is Batman in the next Superman movie” thing? IT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE!
Batman and Robin. Written and produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Binary Star by CS Brown.
So apparently the “fake geek thing” was a thing on the Internet. So we made a test that our less accepting con-goers can use to locate these supposed posers. WARNING: may require an animal sacrifice.
Fake Geeks. Written by Stephen Granade. Produced by Nathan Edwards.
Music: Nylon Wings by CS Brown (http://www.csbrownmusic.com/).
He is the night. But he’s also bad at marketing. #bathashtag
BatBumper. BatWritten and BatProduced by Stephen Bat Granade.
BatMusic: Hentai Nightmare by CS Brown Bat (http://www.csbrownmusic.com/).
Seriously people … listen to Han Solo! Let the Wookiee win.
Forget “Bat Affleck” … there’s a bigger “Man of Steel” controversy we need to discuss.
Man of Controversy. Written & produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: All Roads Lead to Somewhere by Keegs.