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TM 24
TW24
Cover date: 28 October 2010
Format: 100 pages bound
Editor: Simon Hugo
Publisher: Titan Magazines
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The twenty-fourth issue of Torchwood Magazine had a cover date of 29 October 2010.

Contents Edit

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

Fiction Edit

Story Archive Edit

Posters Edit

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!

Credits Edit

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.

External links Edit

The official online site for Titan Magazines, publishers of Torchwood Magazine.

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