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The sixth annual ATX Festival was held in Austin, Texas from June 8 through 11 and, once again, our photographer, Dominick Dusseault, was on hand for the big event.

The following pictures are just a sample of the great shots he took during the event:

DAY FOUR:

Fear the Walking Dead (AMC Horror Drama):

Suits (100th Episode Table Read) (USA Network Drama):

GLOW (Upcoming Netflix Dramedy):

Until next year!

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The sixth annual ATX Festival was held in Austin, Texas from June 8 through 11 and, once again, our photographer, Dominick Dusseault, was on hand for the big event.

The following pictures are just a sample of the great shots he took during the event:

DAY THREE:

From Actor to ‘Action’:

The Bold Type (New Freeform Drama):

Sweet/Vicious (2016-2017 MTV Drama):

Sons of Anarchy Directors (2008-2014 FX Drama):

Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009 Sci-Fi Channel Drama):

More coming tomorrow!

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The sixth annual ATX Festival was held in Austin, Texas from June 8 through 11 and, once again, our photographer, Dominick Dusseault, was on hand for the big event.

The following pictures are just a sample of the great shots he took during the event:

DAY ONE:

Ghosted (Upcoming FOX Comedy):

Snowfall (Upcoming FX Drama):

DAY TWO:

October Road (2007-2008 ABC Drama):

Fargo (FX Drama):

More coming tomorrow!

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In honor of WonderCon 2017 being held last month, here are pictures from Day Threeof the annual event taken by Rueben’s Ramblings official photographer, Dominick Dusseault:

Gotham:

Lucifer:

That’s until next year!!

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In honor of WonderCon 2017 being held last month, here are pictures from Day Two of the annual event taken by Rueben’s Ramblings official photographer, Dominick Dusseault:

APB:

Midnight, Texas:

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.:

The Magicians:

Tomorrow: Day Three

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WonderCon 2017 took place one month ago in Anaheim, California.

In honor of that anniversary, let’s take a look back at the three-day event via the fantastic pictures taken by Rueben Rambling’s official photographer, Dominick Dusseault.

Here are pictures from Day One:

Prison Break:

Riverdale:

Teen Titans:

Tomorrow: Day Two

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Roz and her friend Heath

Roz and her friend Heath

Once a year I spend a weekend with friends from near and far, celebrating Doctor Who at Gallifrey One. After ten years or so of attending the con, though, it’s not about the panels and the guests, but about the friends who come for a weekend to celebrate the show as well as to see each other.

My first year at Gally (the convention’s nickname), I went with a friend to the hotel lobby after the con proper had ended for a day. It was great to meet some of my friend’s other friends and we chatted in the lobby with both the con-goers and the con-guests alike.

Since then, the con is still about Doctor Who, but I look forward to my friends more so than I look forward to the guests at this point. Friends, many of whom travel from England, happily spend three days (or longer) finding out about our lives in the past year (beyond what we followed via Facebook); and by the end of the weekend, there are more friends that I’ve met and more stories to share about a weekend that is just sci-fi fans being sci-fi fans.

Roz and actor Gareth David-Lloyd, who played Ianto in Torchwood

Roz and actor Gareth David-Lloyd, Ianto on Torchwood

Gally is a great con – the team behind the convection put on a great weekend with as many guests as they can get (and afford) – and that helps to create an atmosphere that leaves everyone smiling. The con-goers also make the con great – there is a tradition from Gally that I’ve seen adopted by other cons: ribbons.

Now, these ribbons are exactly what you might think – a short phrase on a piece of ribbon – but the way that ribbons are traded and collected is something else. This year my collection is rather small, but my friends have come away with collections taller than a house, held together by tape.

Gally is a family, and it’s a family I love, kooks and all, and one family I look forward to seeing every year.

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