|Cover date:||19 August 2010|
|Format:||100 pages bound|
Articles and features Edit
- "Where on Earth?" Location guide to Children of Earth.
- "Hot Props!" Close look at featured props (photo-feature).
- "Wrapped up in Books" A look at official fiction, novels and audio releases by David G Parker.
- "Beyond the Hub: Ghost Machines" (uncredited) explores spirit photography
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- "Empire State of Mind" Russell T Davies talks to Simon Hugo about making the American dream a reality.
Comic stories Edit
- Mend Me by Sarah Pinborough with illustrations by Adrian Salmon
- Everything's True by Guy Adams with illustrations by Ben Willsher
- The Secret of Crow Island by David Llewellyn with illustrations by Mike Dowling
Story Archive Edit
- 2.10 The Torchwood Files: From Out of the Rain (Development and Day-by-day production analysis and comment by Andrew Pixley)
- A4 Hub Pin-Up 10: Owen Harper
Also Featuring Edit
- The Hub (News) including New characters, Pandorica pals, Tonner figures and Barrowman in the Buff!
- T-mail (Readers Letters)
- Little Reasons Why We Love Torchwood 9: Food!
- Editor: Simon Hugo
- Designers: Philip White
- Deputy Editor: Neil Edwards
- Comics Editors: Martin Eden
- Assistant Editor: Mark McKenzie-Ray
- Pop master: Ken Bruce
Facts included Edit
- Captain Jacks's service revolver is a real Webley Mark IV as used by millions of servicemen during World War Two.
- Captain Jack's Vortex manipulator was created for series one of Doctor Who in 2005.
- The opening of the puzzle box in Adam was achieved through a hole in Jack's desk.
- The standard issue Torchwood handgun is a Tokyo Marui HI-CAPA 4.3 gas blowback pistol. The Torchwood logo down the length covers the manufacturing brand which reads "OPS Pistol".
- The all-purpose Torchwood scanner is a plastic surround housing a removeable PDA that has the relevant animated graphics uploaded prior to filming
Additional details Edit
- Torchwood: The Official Magazine from Titan Magazines continued to be a bimonthly 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.