Calling all comic book loving Torchwood fans, aliens have landed…

Pontyvale Golf Club’s post-Christmas reopening hasn’t gone well thanks to some grisly killings… The site has been closed off, and Torchwood’s Captain Jack, Gwen and Lanto investigate. But they soon come face to face with the cause of the killings – and it’s not pretty!

Watch has teamed up with Titan comics, producers of the regular Torchwood strip in the official Torchwood magazine and created a must see for all true fans. Celebrated comic artist Brian Williamson (Marvel, Dark Horse, 2000AD, Titan & Tundra) and Doctor Who story writer Oli Smith (2010 Doctor Who Storybook) join forces to save the day and the result is an exclusive and explosive Torchwood strip.

Available to view exclusively at the strip was designed to celebrate Alien Invasion week on Watch. A  bumper week of Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sci Fi movies including Starship Troopers and Terminator 3 begins on Saturday 13th February, with the latest Torchwood series; Children of Earth showing every weeknight at 9pm.

Personally introduced each evening by John Barrowman, Children of Earth re-joins Captain Jack & co in one edge-of-the-seat story told over five nights. An ordinary day turns into something terrifying as every single child in the world stops, possessed by an alien force to deliver a message to all the governments of the world…“we are coming.”

Also available to view on are a series of interview clips with Captain Jack himself; John Barrowman. Discussing his thoughts on his most recent appearance in Doctor Who, what makes Torchwood stand out and who he’d love to guest star in the series, these exclusive interviews are the icing on the Watch sci-fi cake.

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  1. Salieri
    February 11, 2010 at 12:40 pm — Reply

    As a Britishman, may I offer a heartily sarcastic “Whoop-De-Freaking-Doo”.

    No matter what the writer or medium, this series never stops seeming like the recorded monologue of a small child playing with his action figures after accidentally watching a couple of PG-13 Action and Sci-Fi movies. “And then there’s an EXPLOSION! Bwoom bwamm! And then Jack shoots somebody, der-der-der-der! Then they has secks! All of them!”

    • Lanto
      February 13, 2010 at 2:29 am — Reply

      “….and it’s not pretty!”

  2. February 11, 2010 at 5:42 pm — Reply

    Lanto? What’s a Lanto?

    (He’s a card player. Scoundrel. You’d like him.)

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