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TM 9
Cover date: 11 September 2008
Format: 68 pages stapled
Editor: Simon Hugo
Publisher: Titan Magazines
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The ninth issue of Torchwood Magazine had a cover date of 11 September 2008.

Contents Edit

Articles and features Edit

  • You're listening to Atomic Radio! With Kate McAll Producer and Director of Lost Souls
  • Tunnel Visions! The CERN Project
  • The Car's the Star. Analysis of the SUV
  • Production Notes from Richard Stokes Producer

Interviews / Profiles Edit

Comic strips Edit

Fiction Edit

Story Archive Edit

Posters Edit

Additional features Edit

  • The Hub (News)
  • Competition, prizes included
Limited edition artwork, Torchwood Soundtrack CD

Credits Edit

Facts included Edit

  • Lost Souls was broadcast on Wednesday 10th September 2008 as part of the BBC's Big Bang Day .
  • John Barrowman was voted by users of as the 6th most sexy sci-fi stars (Jensen Ackles from Supernatural won).
  • Lost Souls was recorded over two days with three days post production.
  • SUV is an acronym for Sports Utility Vehicle (a robust four-wheel drive vehicle).
  • The SUV in Torchwood is a customised Range Rover registration CF06 FDU
  • The "forgetful" drug used in Torchwood is called retcon, a playful abbreviation of the term "retro-active continuity".

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 priced £3.75 (UK).
  • A subscription offer included a saving of 30% on 13 issues, including one special issue.
  • Of the 68 pages, 10 were given over to advertising with 8 pages for other titles from the publisher.
  • The next issue page for that published on 9 October 2008 includes the comment "contents subject to change".
  • 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.

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