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September 5th, 2008 no comments

Torchwood Magazine 9

Your monthly Torchwood fix

There’s still some time until Torchwood: Children of Earth comes to your television screens, but Torchwood magazine is here every month to make the wait that little bit easier.

The Hub

All the latest Torchwood new, including news that the new series began filming in Cardiff last month. Torchwood: Children of Earth will also take the team into England for the first time plus a few days have been set aside to film in London later in the year. Also, news of the long awaited release of the Torchwood soundtrack album.

Full details can be found on the Titan magazine website.

Also In this Issue

  • THE CAR’S THE STAR
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Torchwood’s transportation
  • COMIC STRIP: CIRCLES
    The Rift War continues with art and story by Paul Grist.
  • EPISODE GUIDE: EVERYTHING CHANGES
    The first in a new series of detailed episode guides.
  • FICTION: HARM’S WAY
    Part two of this thrilling story by Trevor Baxendale!
  • WHERE’S YOUR HEAD AT: TOM PRICE
    We venture inside PC Andy’s very own PC world!
  • THE PRODUCERS:CODA
    Richard ‘Columbo’ Stokes is back, with one last thing…

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