Over 80,000 fanatical fans invaded downtown Atlanta for this year’s Dragon Con, the internationally known pop culture, sci-fi, fantasy and gaming extravaganza. In addition to meeting some of their favorite stars and discussing the shows, books, movies and comics they love, fans got the opportunity to honor those who make the things they love at this year’s Dragon Awards.

The Dragon Awards began in 2016 as part of Dragon Con’s 30th anniversary celebration and it continues to be unique in allowing the fans, not just the ones in attendance, to both nominate and vote for their favorites across multiple genres. More than 10,000 votes were cast across 15 categories covering fiction, comics, television, movies, video games and more.

This year’s Dragon Awards winners include:


Best Science Fiction Novel
A Star-Wheeled Sky by Brad R. Torgersen


Best Fantasy Novel (Including Paranormal)
House of Assassins by Larry Correia


Best Young Adult / Middle Grade Novel
Bloodwitch by Susan Dennard


Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel
Uncompromising Honor by David Weber


Best Alternate History Novel
Black Chamber by S.M. Stirling


Best Media Tie-In Novel
Thrawn: Alliances by Timothy Zahn


Best Horror Novel
Little Darlings by Melanie Golding


Best Comic Book
Saga by Brian K. Vaughan, Fiona Staples


Best Graphic Novel
X-Men: Grand Design – Second Genesis by Ed Piskor


Best Science Fiction or Fantasy TV Series
Good Omens, Amazon Prime


Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Movie
Avengers: Endgame by Anthony Russo, Joe Russo


Best Science Fiction or Fantasy PC / Console Game
Red Dead Redemption 2 by Rockstar Games


Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Mobile Game
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite by Niantic, WB Games San Francisco


Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Board Game
Betrayal Legacy by Avalon Hill Games


Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Miniatures / Collectible Card / Role-Playing Game
Call of Cthulhu: Masks of Nyarlathotep Slipcase Set by Chaosium Inc.

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