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|Cover date:||6 November 2008|
|Format:||68 pages stapled|
Articles and features Edit
- Torchwood Version 2.1. Richard Stokes Producer discusses pre-watershed editing.
- From Out of the Vaults! Part Two by Matt McAllister A look at influences on the series from film.
- Production Notes from Brian Minchin Assistant Producer.
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- Liz May Brice Actress who played Johnson in Children of Earth
- Eve Myles Actress who plays Gwen Cooper
- Gareth Thomas Actor who played Ed Morgan in TV: Ghost Machine
Comic strips Edit
- Rift War! Part Eight: The Enemy of my Enemy... (11 coloured pages)
Story Archive Edit
- A4 Cover image with Jack and Ianto
- A4 Cover image with Jack and Gwen
- A3 Cover image with Captain Jack armed
Additional features Edit
- The Hub (News)
- Including Chris Moyles in the Hub
- Competition, prizes included
- Torchwood Soundtrack and John Barrowman CDs
- Editor: Simon Hugo
- Deputy Editor: Sarah Herman
- Comics Editors: Steve White
- Designers: Philip White
- Admin Assistant: Jen Evans
- Managing Editor: Brian J Robb
Facts included Edit
- On Friday 26th September Chris Moyles's Radio One breakfast show was broadcast live from the Hub set.
Additional details Edit
- Titan Magazines was well known for its range of predominantly American TV tie-in titles that included Lost, Supernatural, Heroes, CSI: Miami, 24 and Prison Break.
- Torchwood: The Official Magazine launched with a glossy cover as a four-weekly title in January 2008. This issue was priced £3.99 (UK). A subscription offer included a saving of 15% on 6 issues (two being 100 pages).
- The next issue page for the one published on 4th December 2008 includes the comment "contents subject to change".
- Aimed at mature fans of the series, the magazines did not shy away from discussions involving sex and violence, topics integral to the success of this "adult" spin-off series from the BBC's more family friendly Doctor Who.