I’ll be on a few panels, and may organize an informal meetup for readers, if some of you will be in attendance.
The incredibly surface similarities between these two urban fantasy series in no way hampered my immense enjoyment of either.
I’ve attended panels about Doctor Who. Hell, I’ve been a panelist talking about Doctor Who at conventions… like the one I did at Worldcon in Los Angeles with Paul Cornell. But I’ve never seen a panel lineup quite like this one before…
I think I want to hear more — and in a story for adults, a story not suitable for children — about the summer of 1966 and the Doctor’s adventures with Andy Warhol…
The BBC’s official site for Doctor Who is chock full of cute games, such as Amy’s History Hunt, wherein you play Amy and try to unlock the Doctor’s safe (for some reason that’s not offered) and retrieve the Doctor’s favorite painting (which he’s locked in there for purposes unknown).
I’ve seen him, and he’s like fire and ice and rage. He’s like the night and the storm in the heart of the sun. He’s ancient and forever. He burns at the center of time and he can see the turn of the universe. And… he’s wonderful.
It’s a sickness, I tell ya. A sickness. I hate you, Russell Davies. And I hate you, David Tennant. Hate. Please just go away and take the Doctor out of my head when you leave. I’m begging you.