Part 2 of our discussion of the things we saw and people we met at ReGeneration Who 3 Con in Baltimore. Highlights include Comics, Simon Fraser, George Mann, a Tribute to the War Doctor, Heather McHale on Kit Pedler, Feminist perspectives on Companions from the crew at Coal Hill Consulting and Alyssa Franke of Whovian Feminism and a wonderful discussion of Ace where that companion's loving community talked with her creator, Andrew Cartmel, about what she meant to them. It was a fantastic Con, one we recommend everyone try for themselves. These comments represent our experiences only and we only saw a fraction of what there is to see, experience and enjoy at ReGeneration Who. And wait till you see who will be at ReGenWho4!
The Doctor is back, facing his old nemesis, the Rani. This time, it's the Puck-ish, Sylvester McCoy as the seventh incarnation of the Doctor and we see the whole, "Pick a Costume" routine, but with great comic flair and timing. This is the beginning of the end of the Old Who years, but some of the best stories and writing are featured in these last couple of seasons. Is "Time and the Rani" one of those greats? Sit back, and listen as we break it down.
It's Six and Peri. And some creepy twins, weird looking monsters and the regeneration isn't going well. It's Doctor Who in the 80s! We were there. We survived it. But how well does this episode do over time? How does it age?
Two Nerds go to a Con . . . and love what they see and who they meet and the stories they hear. They love it so much, they want to share stories of their adventures there with you. And urge you to join them at ReGenerationWho Con 4 next year in Baltimore. But for now, enjoy their tales of meeting the Doctor, Steven Taylor, Mike Yates, and plenty of writers, artists and fellow Who fans. They even tell the Pasternoster Gang of their recent foray into American politics.