|Cover date:||15 April 2010|
|Format:||100 pages bound|
Articles and features Edit
- "That Was The Wood That Wasn't" : An alternative history of Torchwood the TV series looking back at a history that never was.
- "Everything Changes" How Torchwood has changed over 21 issues in the 21st century
- "Picture This!" Children of Earth storyboard feature
- Beyond the Hub: "Apocalypse Wow!" A look at the end of the world by Kate Lloyd
- "It's No Game" Readers send in their Torchwood dress-up photographs
- "We Have the Technology!" Matt Chapman looks at Torchwood tech and the shape of things to come
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- Life Goes On: Gareth David-Lloyd, who played Ianto Jones, talks to Jayne Nelson
- "PC World": Tom Price (who played PC Andy) talk to Simon Hugo
Comic strips Edit
- Postcards from the Rift by Guy Adams with illustrations by Ben Willsher
- Reflections by Juliet E McKenna with illustrations by Mike Dowling
Story Archive Edit
- A4 Hub Pin-Up 8: John Hart
- A4 Concept Corner: 456 in glass cube, designed by RS Williams at Millennium FX (2 pages)
Additional features Edit
- The Hub (News) including John Barrowman updates!
- T-mail (Readers Letters)
- Little Reasons Why We Love Torchwood 7: Disco lights on the SUV
- Editor: Simon Hugo
- Designers: Philip White
- Deputy Editor: Neil Edwards
- Comics Editors: Martin Eden
- Assistant Editor: Mark McKenzie-Ray
- Youth Hostelling: Chris Eubank
- Managing Editor: Brian J Robb
Facts included Edit
- The Torchwood SUV sold at Bonhams auction (registration: LP02 AOA) sold for £18,000. The double decker bus from TV: Planet of the Dead was withdrawn from the auction at the last minute.
- In TV: End of Days, the flying saucer hovering above the Taj Mahal appears to be a Jathaa sunglider seen in Torchwood's possession in TV: Doomsday.
- TV: End of Days was initially broadcast as a double-bill after TV: Captain Jack Harkness with both episodes credits combined in the latter and no "Next Time" for the former.
Additional details Edit
- Torchwood: The Official Magazine from Titan Magazines continued to be a bi-monthly title with now only six issues a year. Each issue featured 100 pages and cost £4.99 (UK), offering a 15% saving to subscribers.
- 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.