|Cover date:||19 February 2009|
|Format:||100 pages bound|
Articles and features Edit
- Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang! Romance and adult encounters
- Just Jack. How to be a hero like Jack.
- Captain Jack Harkness's Timeline
- Credit Crunch! A production Guide to who does what.
- Beyond the Hub: Cannibals by Kate Lloyd
- Production Notes from Euros Lyn Director.
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- Lucy Cohu Actress who played Alice in Children of Earth
- Gareth David-Lloyd Actor /Singer who played Ianto Jones
- Owen Teale Actor who played Evan Sherman
Comic strips Edit
- Who by Fire by Andy Lane with illustrations by Adrian Salmon
- Gordian (Part One) by Steve Savile with illustrations by Mike Dowling
Story Archive Edit
- A4 Hub Pin-Up 1: Eve Myles
Additional features Edit
- The Hub (News)
- Including Knight Rider Captain Jack Tribute, action figures
- Competition, prizes included
- Personality Quiz Which Team member are you most like?
- Little Reason We Love Torchwood 1: Ianto's Stopwatch.
- Editor: Simon Hugo
- Deputy Editor: Sarah Herman
- Comics Editors: Martin Eden
- Designers: Philip White
- Admin Assistant: Jen Evans
- Rostrum camera Ken Morse
- Managing Editor: Brian J Robb
Facts included Edit
- This issue's comic strip was co-written by John Barrowman and his sister Carole
- Actor Kai Owen, who plays Rhys Williams, is credited but does not appear in Countrycide.
- A best boy's job is to rig the lighting on 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. From this revamped issue the title moved to six issues a year. A subscription offered savings of 15% for 6 x 100 page issues.
- The cover date for this issue is March/April but the contents page gives February/March.
- There is no advert included giving the next issue's contents or availability dates.
- 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.