I dipped my face into a few other Page 23 offerings at DCC, lovely lurkers, but didn’t stay long enough to really give you anything juicy. Other than that very good academic paper on Harley Quinn….
The last proper panel I witnessed at the con was called “The Women of Doctor Who,” and was a celebrity talky thing with Jenna Coleman and Alex Kingston. Very fun stuff, in that every single person in that room (including the two actors onstage and the host) all acted like total fangirls of the show.
Details? Meh, that’s not really the highlight of the panel. It was more the interaction of the audience and the celebrities, and the hundreds-strong fond nostalgia of the show as it used to be, with them on it. One of the last questions asked was (of course) Who is your favorite Doctor?
There was a pause, as both women attempted to respond diplomatically without dissing Smith, Capaldi, Tennant, or indeed any one of the wonderful Doctor portrayals who had come before them (whom they, personally, had never worked with. Through fifty years of television).
Finally, Kingston responded, in her low, purring River Song voice, “They’re all the same man.”