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Torchwood Watch - Series 2: "To the Last Man"

“To the Last Man”

  • And we’re back to Helen Raynor!
  • It’s fun to see how “Sleeper” and this episode both echo the second and third entries in the first series: an absolutely terrible story about a possessed woman, and a ghost thriller penned by Raynor.
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Class: Series 1 - A Review

Class is the latest entry into the Doctor Who extended universe. It joins such as Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, and K9 & Company… 483 more words


Torchwood Watch - Series 2: "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang" / "Sleeper"

“Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang”

  • So, here we go for a second season!
  • First, some more praise to Chibnall. He is an efficient writer, you can’t deny it – he reintroduces the team and Jack wonderfully.
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Cardiff - Torchwood wall

Cardiff offers a lot, for tourists, for travellers, photographers find a lot of good spots and there is enough food for every taste and a shop for every quirk out there. 280 more words


Preview: Torchwood #3


Writers: Carol Barrowman, John Barrowman
Artist: Antonio Fuso
Cover A: Claudia Ianniciello
Cover B: Will Brooks Photo
Cover C: Pasquale Qualano
FC – 32pp – $3.99 – On sale: November 30… 76 more words


Torchwood: Miracle Day

Torchwood: Miracle Day (season 4) is widely accepted as the Americanized, watered down chapter in the dark, adult Doctor Who spin-off’s canon. While I hold this to be true, there are very classic  785 more words


Torchwood Watch - Series 1: "Captain Jack Harkness"/ "End of Days" and final thoughts

“Captain Jack Harkness

  • And we’re back at Catherine Tregenna. Thank you, merciful heavens.
  • It’s a nice thing to have her two stories run almost back-to-back, too: you get a real showcase of her sensibilities as a writer – a flair for human drama, a very 40/50’s aesthetic, sci-fi elements used as a mirror, a metaphor of the characters’ feelings.
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