October 18, 2013 by Brian Pate
Filed under Animation, California, Comic Books, Comic-Con International, Convention News, Florida, Georgia, Horror, Michigan, New York, New York Comic Con, Television, Top Stories
Animate Miami and The Walking Dead get documentaries, SDCC gets a convention expansion, Superman gets a 75th anniversary short, and what do you get? A whole lot more in this week’s Scene on the Web.
Tom Hiddleston provides us with an interpretation of Owen Wilson as Loki, the “Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise” leaves patrons in shock, Hulk Hogan has a message for the fans at New York Comic Con, and we get a look at the “Cosplay of the DC Multiverse” from Dragon Con.
The cast of The Walking Dead are headed to New York Comic Con, Lady Sif gets a poster, and the costume party that is Dragon Con continues via video in this edition of Scene on the Web.
A brief Scene on the Web this week, but NYCC adds Gillian Anderson and John Romita, Jr., Harry Potter gets a spin-off movie, and we round up some great Dragon Con videos for you including the JLA taking on the Avengers!
New York Comic Con adds George Perez, Florida Supercon adds a ton of comic guests, Robocop gets a trailer, and lots more in the latest Scene on the Web Weekly.
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Arrow’s Stephen Amell is headed to Dragon Con while the Florida Comics Experience gets Paul Pelletier. See what else we’ve Scene on the Web.
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How to Spell Dragon Con
Dragon Con Now Spelled Without Asterisk
Atlanta, GA, 2014 – As part of the recently announced merger that created Dragon Con, Inc., we have elected to change the style and spelling of our name. Going forward, the proper style and spelling of the convention is Dragon Con (two words, no asterisk) while the company is Dragon Con, Inc.
We hope that by providing this style note, it will be easier for reporters and editors to write about Dragon Con by eliminating questions about usage. We also believe that a consistent spelling of the name will make searching for stories about Dragon Con on your website or on the Internet more complete.
It is entirely possible that you will see printed materials at Dragon Con 2013 that still show the company or event name using the asterisk. These materials were printed before the merger. Materials printed in the future will be consistent with the new style.