12
May

Paul Magrs teams up with Moriarty in “Travel Folktales for Kids”

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If you and your family are dreaming of a summer getaway, but can’t quite manage it (or are stuck in yet more beastly weather), let Paul Magrs help you get away from it all. His new podcast miniseries, Travel Folktales for Kids, has just begun its run on the Guardian website.

The series will feature five new rendition of classic folktales, rewritten by Magrs and read by Andrew Scott — known to many as the mad Moriarty in BBC’s Sherlock. The first installment takes us to Cornwall, where we hear the classic story of Jack the Giant Killer.

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Set in St. Michael’s Mount, the origin of the legend of the giant Cormoran, the story presents a Magrs-ian twist on the popular legend that’s fun for kids and parents to listen to together. Future installments will transport listeners to Croatia, Mallorca, Tuscany, and the Algarve. The series is supported by Airbnb, and is free to listen to regardless of region.

Listen to the first installment here!

And be sure to stay tuned for future installments and share them with the family!

 

Kara Dennison is a writer, editor, illustrator, and presenter from Newport News, Virginia. She works as a blogger and interviewer for Onezumi Events, and as a news writer for Crunchyroll. Her work can be seen in “Associates of Sherlock Holmes” from Titan Books, various “Doctor Who” spinoffs from Obverse Books, and the light novel series “Owl’s Flower,” which she co-created with illustrator Ginger Hoesly. She works from a converted NASA lab, which she shares with four guinea pigs and a bass guitar.


15
Mar

COSPLAY BADGES: Check Out This Year’s Exclusive Designs!

As with last year, this year we’re offering a variety of exclusive “cosplay badges” featuring names and art of characters from across the Whoniverse! If you’re a cosplayer and want something special in exchange for helping us make our events as awesome as possible, these badges are the perfect finishing touch for your costume!

This year, we’ve gone the extra mile to make these badges both beautiful and memorable: three artists have donated their time and effort to bring you gorgeous full-color art of the various characters! Previews of all badges are below.

Badges with a RED dot are by our con chair herself, Oni Hartstein! You can see more examples of her art over on her blog, Onezumiverse.

Badges with a GREEN dot are by Kelsey Wailes, the designer of last year’s VIP shirts/art and the creator of Doctor Kawaii. Check out her Etsy!

Badges with a BLUE dot are by Ginger Hoesly, the designer of our regular con shirts and this year’s print. Check out her Etsy!

Both Ginger and Kelsey have had their Doctor Who art shown on BBC America in the Doctor’s Notes specials, as well as in Fan Show videos and events all across the country!

(Note: dots are for reference only and will not appear on the completed badges.)

Additionally, this year’s badges are professionally printed in full colour on 12 mil plastic! These badges are gorgeous and made to last; you’re buying a piece of memorabilia you can hang on to, display… maybe even get autographed at the event!

Badges are $150 each; only one of each badge is available. You can add a badge to your membership on our registration page!

We will also have a few of these badges on sale at our merch table at the event… but since numbers are limited, be sure to grab the one you want as soon as possible!

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Kara Dennison is a writer, editor, illustrator, and presenter from Newport News, Virginia. She works as a blogger and interviewer for Onezumi Events, and as a news writer for Crunchyroll. Her work can be seen in “Associates of Sherlock Holmes” from Titan Books, various “Doctor Who” spinoffs from Obverse Books, and the light novel series “Owl’s Flower,” which she co-created with illustrator Ginger Hoesly. She works from a converted NASA lab, which she shares with four guinea pigs and a bass guitar.


14
Mar

(Re)Generation Who: A Guide for New Attendees

Here at (Re)Generation Who, we do our best to make our events fun and easy to get around – whether you’re a con veteran, a first-timer, or bringing your kids (or parents!) to their first geeky event. But what can you expect to do at the con, and how should you go about it? Let us lead you!

See your favorite actors and creators in Main Programming

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Main Programming is where all the big-ticket stuff goes down. That’s where we interview our headliner guests, bring them together for panel presentations, and run moderated Q&A sessions. In the past, that’s where attendees have seen everything from our Companions panel to the Best Dalek Panel EVER! (both of which will be back this year). Most of our one-on-one interviews end with a Q&A, so get your questions ready! Continue Reading »

Kara Dennison is a writer, editor, illustrator, and presenter from Newport News, Virginia. She works as a blogger and interviewer for Onezumi Events, and as a news writer for Crunchyroll. Her work can be seen in “Associates of Sherlock Holmes” from Titan Books, various “Doctor Who” spinoffs from Obverse Books, and the light novel series “Owl’s Flower,” which she co-created with illustrator Ginger Hoesly. She works from a converted NASA lab, which she shares with four guinea pigs and a bass guitar.


26
Feb

Six Reasons We Love Ingrid Oliver!

Osgood was the unexpected fan heroine of Day of the Doctor, going from fellow fangirl (and cosplayer!) to an essential part of the Whoniverse. And while there are plenty of things to love about Osgood — from her cool outfit choices to her strength under pressure — there’s just as much to love about her actress, Ingrid Oliver! Here are just a few things that we think are awesome about one of the newest additions to UNIT:

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Kara Dennison is a writer, editor, illustrator, and presenter from Newport News, Virginia. She works as a blogger and interviewer for Onezumi Events, and as a news writer for Crunchyroll. Her work can be seen in “Associates of Sherlock Holmes” from Titan Books, various “Doctor Who” spinoffs from Obverse Books, and the light novel series “Owl’s Flower,” which she co-created with illustrator Ginger Hoesly. She works from a converted NASA lab, which she shares with four guinea pigs and a bass guitar.


21
Feb

WRITER SPOTLIGHT: Keith DeCandido

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We’re very happy to be welcoming Keith R.A. DeCandido back to (Re)Gen for a third year! Keith writes in a variety of worlds — not only Doctor Who, but also Star Trek, Leverage, Warcraft, and (recently announced) Orphan Black! If you’re not familiar with his work yet, let us introduce you to him… or rather, let’s have him introduce himself!

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Kara Dennison is a writer, editor, illustrator, and presenter from Newport News, Virginia. She works as a blogger and interviewer for Onezumi Events, and as a news writer for Crunchyroll. Her work can be seen in “Associates of Sherlock Holmes” from Titan Books, various “Doctor Who” spinoffs from Obverse Books, and the light novel series “Owl’s Flower,” which she co-created with illustrator Ginger Hoesly. She works from a converted NASA lab, which she shares with four guinea pigs and a bass guitar.

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