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This video captures the epic cosplay gathering at DragonCon to mark the 30th anniversary of "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
CBR News heads back to Atlanta for a look at last weekend's annual celebrity and coplayer-filled DragonCon Parade.
Cosplayers -- and comic book legend George Pérez -- arrived in Atlanta last weekend for fun, sun and a celebration of pop culture.
As one consplayer demonstrated at DragonCon, no Goku costume is complete without a working Flying Nimbus.
According to convention organizers, more than 70,000 people attended this year's event, up from last year's 62,000.
Candice Patton discussed Iris West's relationship with Jay Garrick, her new position in Team Flash, Wally West's arrival and more.
Last weekend at DragonCon, the "Arrow" star set Twitter ablaze after conducting his panel in a TARDIS dress and a pair of bright red heels.
Organizers announced they're working with other groups to lobby lawmakers to stop the controversial bill, saying, "Legislation that hurts one of us, hurts us all."
Dozens of X-Men cosplayers take center stage in a video shot at last year's Dragon Con, featuring an impressive who's who of the X-Verse.
Though DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer pleaded guilty to child-molestation charges, he won’t spend any additional time in jail. Developing...
Ahead of Ed Kramer’s trial on child-molestation charges, DragonCon has announced a settlement that officially severs all ties with its co-founder.
The 10th anniversary of "JLA/Avengers" was commemorated at DragonCon in Atlanta via a cosplay gathering almost as epic as the original crossover, and even featured artist George Perez.
Writer Nancy A. Collins, who led the charge for a boycott of DragonCon because of its continuing ties to founder and alleged child molester Ed Kramer has now ended that call. ROBOT 6 has details.
The Board of Directors for Atlanta convention Dragon*Con have announced that controversial co-founder Ed Kramer has been bought out of his shares in a cash-out merger.
Noting that co-founder Ed Kramer is still “a stockholder despite our desires otherwise,” DragonCon issued a statement to address the “great deal of discussion” surrounding the accused child molester.
Author Nancy A. Collins is calling for a boycott of DragonCon claiming its organizers haven't done enough to distance themselves from co-founder Ed Kramer, who faces child-molestation charges dating back to 2000.
DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer back in jail on child-molestation charges dating back to 2000. Warren Ellis talks "Gun Machine"! Cullen Bunn on "Helheim"! The demise of "Superman Family Adventures"! Plus much more!