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)
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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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/).
Seriously people … listen to Han Solo! Let the Wookiee win.
Rock music has some very odd ideas about how cities should be built.
Building This City. Written and produced by Nathan Edwards.
Music by Keith Wolfson (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Keith-Wolfson).
Question asked by Josh Lewis.
We’re huge fans of Pacific Rim. So, obviously, we think Dragon Con needs its own Jaeger. But what do we call it? Hmmmmm …
Jaeger Names. Written by Stephen Granade, Ally Pelphrey, and Brian Richardson. Produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Independence Day 3 by DoKashiteru.
We shouldn’t have to tell people “no means no” or “yes is the only form of yes” … but in case someone doesn’t get the point, show them this video from Dragon Con 2013.
Cosplay Isn’t Consent. Written and produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Cosplay Girl by CS Brown (csbrownmusic.com).
It is logical to arrive within proximity of Mister Spock.
Produced by Joyce Lanterman for DragonConTV 2013.
Starring Tony Scott as a neighborly Mister Spock.
Music by Dr. Mary Crowell – http://magnusretail.com/
“Will Not Be Seen Tonight” graphics by Liz Bradley.