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Tuesday, 30 June 2009

New Children of Earth Trailer - Again Again!

Trailers for Children of Earth are now just pouring in, anyway, you can see the newest one below, and again again, there are some new unseen clips. This trailer was released by UKTV Australia.

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New Children of Earth Trailer - Again!

The BBC have released another new trailer has been released and is being shown on BBC1, to promote Torchwood: Children of Earth. Again, this trailer has some new unseen clips. You can watch it below:

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Monday, 29 June 2009

Digital Spy Spoilers for Children of Earth, Part 1

Digital Spy have released a list of 10 teasers about episode 1 of the series. You can see the page, through here, and you can also read them below;

1. Children Of Earth has a slightly terrifying premise: all of the children in the world stop dead at exactly the same moment and begin uttering the message "We are coming." All of them. And all in English, too.

2. The "we" is revealed to be an alien race dubbed The 456, not heard from in over 40 years.

3. In addition to the children, there is one other person reciting the message - a psychiatric patient named Timothy White. What connection does this have to an incident in Scotland in 1965?

4. Captain Jack and Ianto are referred to as "a couple" on more than one occasion.

5. As the episode begins, Rhys is looking at new houses for him and Gwen. But by the end of the episode, she has a very large secret she needs to share with him.

6. Both Owen and Tosh make appearances.

7. We meet Ianto's sister, nephew and niece. How will he respond to confirmed sightings of him on a dinner date with a man?

8. We also meet Captain Jack's.... daughter. Yes, daughter.

9. By the end of the episode, both Jack and Gwen have something inside them. Both items will change their worlds forever.

10. The ending to the first episode is probably one of the most compelling cliffhangers the Whoniverse has ever seen.

Don't they just sound amazing?

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Doctor Who: Adventures In Time and Space RPG

Crucible 7, have recently revealed that they will be releasing a Doctor Who Role Playing Game. It's named Doctor Who: Adventures Through Time and Space. The new Doctor Who RPG was written by David Chapman, and players in the game can visit any era of history and range across the universe, though they have to keep a wary eye out for Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans, Plasmavores, Slitheen and others. It is due to be released in October, this year. Cubicle’s Doctor Who RPG, which was created to appeal to both the experienced and first time gamer, comes in a deluxe box set that contains a 144-page Game master’s Guide, an 86-page Player’s Guide, a 30-page Adventures Book, 4-page Quick Start Guide, Pre-Generated Character Sheets, Blank Character Sheets, Gadget Sheets, tokens and dice. Cubicle 7 also hopes to have an RPG based on Torchwood, using the same rule set, in print by the end of this year. You can see the cover for it below.

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Planet of the Dead on DVD/Blu-Ray Released

Today, the DVD and Blu-Ray of the Doctor Who Easter Special, Planet of the Dead, is out in shops. It aired on Easter Saturday, the 11th April, and starred David Tennant and Michelle Ryan. You can see the covers for them below, and the synopsis. The DVD at a RRP of £12.99 and the Blu-ray at a RRP of £15.99.

When a London bus takes a detour to an alien world, the Doctor must join forces with the extraordinary Lady Christina, in this one-off seasonal special. But the mysterious planet holds terrifying secrets, hidden in the sand. And time is running out, as the deadly Swarm gets closer.

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Friday, 26 June 2009

Exclusive Doctor Who Adventures Issue 3

Part 3 of the free Doctor Who Adventures "Scary Angels", exclusive to the Daily Mirror, was released on Saturday, in the We Love Telly Magazine. You can see this week's cover below, and it includes all about the Weeping Angels, How to Save Yourself, a poster of the Weeping Angels with the Tardis, puzzles that includes puzzles; Shadow Monsters, In the Mix and Spot the Difference and a Monster Mayhem.

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Torchwood Official Site Updated

In time for the premier of Torchwood: Children of Earth, the Torchwood official site has been updated with many new features. It includes a guide to all the main characters in the story, here, Behind The Scenes videos, so far there's only one, but more will be released as the series progresses, here, and many new promotional pictures, and as before, more they'll gradually be released... here.

The Behind The Scenes video, the Up Close Trailer (of what's to come in the future "Up Close" videos), can be seen here. It includes a few new scenes, and a quick chat with some of the cast.

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Children of Earth BBC1 Trailer

A new trailer is now airing on BBC1. It features some old clips, and some unseen. You can watch it below. Torchwood: Children of Earth will broadcast over five consecutive nights from Monday the 6th of July at 9pm on BBC One and BBC HD.

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Thursday, 25 June 2009

Torchwood: Children of Earth Pictures

Many new on set photo's and promotional pictures have been released on the Radio Times site of Torchwood: Children of Earth. You can see them below.

Rupesh Patanjali (Rik Makarem), a junior doctor at St Helen's hospital.

Children of Earth will air on the 6th July, on BBC1 and BBC HD at 9pm.

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Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Torchwood Magazine 16

The cover and some details of Torchwood Magazine Issue 16 has been released. You can see the Torchwood Magazine's official site, within the Titan site, here. It will take a look at next month's Torchwood radio plays, feature an exclusive in depth preview of Torchwood's 3rd series, exclusive news, an interview on Cush Jimbo, and much more. It will go on sale on the 25th June (tommorow), for £4.99.

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Monday, 22 June 2009

The Widow's Curse

The cover for the graphic novel "The Widow's Curse" has been released. It will feature comics from previous issues of Doctor Who Magazine, including "The Widow's Curse" (that features the Sycorax), the title of the comic book. You can see the synopsis and cover below:

In this second volume of comic strips collecting the Tenth Doctor's complete adventures from the pages of Doctor Who Magazine and the Doctor Who Storybook, the famous Time Lord meet some gigantic monsters with Martha Jones, fights Zombies and Sycorax with Donna Noble and battles sinister Skith in the freezing wastes of the Antarctic! Original colour strips digitally mastered and collected in graphic novel form for the first time ever.

It's publishers are Panini and Marvel and contains 212 pages for an RRP of £15.99. It is due to be released on 8th October in paperback.

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Doctor Who Magazine 410

The cover for issue 409 of Doctor Who Magazine is now released on Facebook by the DWM editors. The Magazine will be out on 25th June for £3.99.

Issue 410 includes an exclusive interview with Karen Gillan, a review of Torchwood: Children of Earth, how universal wealth has been downfall of many Doctor Who villains, The Fact of Fiction look at 1985's Timelash, The Time Team watch 1989's Battlefield, part 3 of The Age of Ice - The Master of the Skith, Production Notes, You Are Not Alone, The Watcher's Guide to the Fourth Doctor, Gallifrey Guardian, Galaxy Forum, reviews, previews, and a competition to win Planet of the Dead ni Blu-ray and Who on Earth is... Trock?

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Sunday, 21 June 2009

Triumph of a Time Lord - Regenerating Doctor Who in the Twenty-first Century

I.B.Tauris have released information about the upcoming book: Triumph of a Time Lord - Regenerating Doctor Who in the Twenty-first Century. It's written by Matt Hills, and has a RRP of £12.99. It contains 256 pages, binded in paperback and is due to be published on 30th November, this year. You can see the cover and synopsis below:

Before Saturday March 26th 2005, 'Doctor Who' had been off the air as a regular, new TV series for more than fifteen years; until a production team led by Russell T. Davies re-imagined the programme so successfully, so triumphantly, that it's become an instant Christmas tradition, a BAFTA winner, an international 'superbrand' and a number one rated show.

It's even been credited with reinventing family TV. This is the first full-length book to explore the 'new Who' phenomenon through to the casting of Matt Smith as the new Doctor. It explores 'Doctor Who' through contemporary debates in TV Studies about quality TV and how can we define TV series as both 'cult' and 'mainstream'. Further, the book challenges assumptions in focusing on the importance of breath-taking, dramatic moments along with narrative structures, and in analysing the significance of Murray Gold's music as well as the series' visual representations.

Matt Hills is a lifelong 'Who' fan and he also considers the role of fandom in the show's return. He investigates too the multi-generic identity, the monster-led format, and the time-travelling brand of BBC Wales' 'Doctor Who'. In the twenty-first century, TV is changing, but the last of the Time Lords has been more than ready: he's been fantastic.

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Howe's Transcendental Toybox Update 3

Telos have revealed that a 3rd edition of "Howe's Transcendental Toybox" will be published. The book lists all Doctor Who merchandise from 2006-2008, written by David J. Howe & Arnold T. Blumberg. It contains approximatley 300 pages, is currently just paperback and costs £14.99. It is due to be released in Autumn. You can see the synopsis and cover of the book below:

David J Howe and Arnold T Blumberg present the definitive collector's guide to Doctor Who merchandise. From the rare and obscure to the commonplace and disposable, every facet of Doctor Who's penetration into the marketplace is detailed.

This volume documents all the items released between 2006 and 2008, when Doctor Who enjoyed a period of public success previously unheard of. Howe's Transcendental Toybox is both a fascinating tour through the many ways that Doctor Who has been presented and an entertaining guide to the world of Doctor Who collecting.

* Product descriptions *
* Illustrated in full colour throughout *
* Includes articles and features *
* Worldwide coverage *

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