What is the number one reason to go to Dragon*Con? It’s hanging out with friends! 40,000*of your closest friends to be (mostly) exact! See you around the Con! Jon & Terry! Leigh… the Pirate! Serv! Ravenface! The Irredeemable Shag! Ed! Ron & Holly! Michael Bailey! Shag (again) and Bob (a.k.a. Race) Serv (again) and Doctor [...]
Jon and Leigh (@DCon_XTrack) reach the end of the road with this 40 Days of DragonCon podcast. In fact, Leigh is recording while driving to prove it. Leigh starts things off by lying about why she is driving during the podcast. The real reason was Jon finally drove her insane and now she is off to [...]
Jon and Leigh (@DCon_XTrack) use this 40 Days of DragonCon podcast to continue building their empire of Director interviews. Jon and Leigh get things by kicked off by bickering about schedule updates and the proper way to use the Daily Dragon. Then they are joined by Brandy of the Star Wars Track. They go over the [...]
Jon and Leigh (@DCon_XTrack) have some traveling to do so they decided to talk to a couple of Multi-verse travel agents for this episode of the 40 Days of DragonCon podcast. Jon and Leigh start off by talking about the recently released pocket schedule. Then they are joined by Jennifer and Jamie of the Star Gate Multiverse. They [...]
Jon and Leigh are trying to be more patriotic lately, so this 40 Days of DragonCon podcast was 100% made all SciFi-like in the USA. Jon gets things rolling with a HUGE misconception on his part… which Leigh takes great pleasure in correcting. The gang then goes over much of the “official” party list – which [...]
This 40 Days Of DragonCon features Jon and Leigh an interview of John and Everette. They head up the Charity Events. This years primary charity is The Lupus Foundation of America along with the Blood Drive.
Jon and Leigh interview Kelly, director of the Apocalypse Rising track for this 40 Days of DragonCon podcast.
Jon and Leigh prove that they are scared of the dark in the latest 40 Days of DragonCon podcast. We welcome Derek, director of the Dark Fantasy track. He explains what falls under the Dark Fantasy umbrella (including True Blood, Horror, and other urban fantasy) and what he is not responsible for (specifically the music and bands.)
Jon and Leigh are joined by Caro of the BritTrack. Caro, a D*C staffer of 11 years, shares with us the ins and outs of BritTrack 2010. She explains her stance on Monty Python, the intellectual differences between Dr. Who and Star Trek fans, and just who is doing all that butt gazing.
In the mid-1980s, Cheetara from the Thundercats helped push many young men like myself towards puberty. I’m happy to state that 25 years later she’s still hot!