Articles and Features Edit
- "The Lost Episodes" James Goss looks at unmade Torchwood stories
- Checkout by Joseph Lidster
- Deadline by Phil Ford
- Cross My Palm with Silver by James Moran
- The Jinx by Andrew Cartmel
- Revenants by Joseph Lidster
- Skypoint by Phil Ford
- "Say What?" A selection of memorable quotes from previous issues interviews
- "Beyond the Hub: Getting Into Shape!" Kate Lloyd explores shapeshifters
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- "Julie's Adventures in La La Land": Julie Gardner (Executive Producer) talks to Simon Hugo about her American experience and Torchwood: New World
Comic stories Edit
- Red-Handed by Kate Orman with illustrations by Ben Willsher
- Cultural Firsts by Richard Stokes with illustrations by Mike Dowling
- The Mind's Eye by James Goss with illustrations by Adrian Salmon
Story Archive Edit
- 2.9 The Torchwood Files: Something Borrowed (Development and day-by-day production analysis and comment by Andrew Pixley)
- A4 Hub Pin-Up 11: Toshiko Sato
Also Featuring Edit
- The Hub (News) including Torchwood: New World News!
- T-mail (Readers Letters)
- Little Reasons Why We Love Torchwood 10: Britsure Insurance
- Vote for your favourite Torchwood moment!
- Editor: Simon Hugo
- Designers: Philip White
- Deputy Editor: Neil Edwards
- Comics Editors: Martin Eden
- Assistant Editor: Mark McKenzie-Ray
- 12-inch mix: Shep Pettibone
- Managing Editor: Brian J Robb
Facts included Edit
- In Guinness World Records 2010 Torchwood: Children of Earth is recognised as the highest rated sci-fi mini-series of 2009, based on the review score of 80/100 on the website metacritic.com, which aggregates review scores from across the web. The parent show of Torchwood (Doctor Who) is recognised with its own two-page spread.
Further information Edit
- The Editorial this issue announces the Torchwood: The Official Magazine from Titan Magazines will be resting after the next issue. This is due to the negotiations of licences in readiness for the next series — a co-production with American company Starz.
- 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.