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Torchwood Official Magazine #4

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Torchwood Magazine #4. 100-Page Special. The official magazine companion to the award-winning BBC sci-fi drama Torchwood returns with a 100-page special issue! Explore this web page for more information about what’s inside, including unmissable cast interviews, on-set reports, and a complete guide to that spectacular second series! Rift War: Part 1 - Also in the new issue, check out the first part of a brand new Torchwood comic strip by Simon Furman and Paul Grist. Oh My Tosh – Naoko Mori Interview. The shocking climax of series two saw Toshiko Sato killed in cold blood, while saving the day from her desk one last time. As Naoko Mori reveals in the new issue of Torchwood Magazine, it was like losing a piece of herself: "It's great to be in such a stable environment, but it’s always better to leave people wanting more. I hope that the viewers and fans will feel that way about Tosh. I love her so dearly, so I wouldn't have wanted to get to a point where people were growing sick of her. She couldn't go on falling for the wrong people forever. Hasn't she ever heard of internet dating?"

Series Two Episode Guide. Relive the second sensational series of Torchwood with our essential episode guide, and read producer Richard Stokes’ revealing commentary. Before calling it a day on Torchwood and moving on to try his hand at other things, Stokes tells us how it all began, and takes us through the whole series, episode by episode. On Fragments: I think that, after his initial reservations, Russell now maintains it’s the best Torchwood script ever written! There's so much in there that's a joy to discover, though a lot of it is heartbreaking, too."

Blast From The Past. Cast, crew, and writer Chris Chibnall all pitch in to tell Torchwood Magazine about assembling the team's shattered dreams in Fragments, with exclusive concept art. Designer Julian Luxton on the Victorian Hub: "We were talking about doing an establishing shot of Cardiff Bay in the 1890s, but Russell said, 'Wouldn't you rather spend money on a wide shot of the Hub?' Obviously, we said yes! Doing a Digital Matte Painting of Cardiff would have been such a waste, because everyone knows what a Victorian city looks like.“

Series Finale Set Visit. Torchwood Magazine visits the Hub to go behind the scenes on that gripping finale to series two. The surprise death of Tosh and the final farewell for Owen meant Episode 13 was unlucky for some, but for the cast and crew of Torchwood, Exit Wounds was just way out!