|Torchwood will be getting its own magazine in January 2008, according to a story broken by Kasterborous.
Published by Titan Magazines, the magazine will be somewhat similar to Doctor Who Magazine, in that it will be a mix of news, interviews and even comic material. Titan's comic publishing rights also extend to stand-alone graphic novels. This means they will likely be the first to publish full-length comic stories set in the Doctor Who universe since Colin Baker's one-off Sixth Doctor adventure in 1994, The Age of Chaos, which detailed what had happened to Peri after "Trial of a Time Lord".
Titan is a comic-publishing powerhouse in the UK, with a history of obtaining the UK rights for American properties—particularly those in the DC and Star Wars universes. Their magazine division has long presented original periodicals covering a wide range of popular television shows such as Grey's Anatomy, 24, and Smallville. Doctor Who fans may know Titan best as the place John Freeman went after his long term editing Doctor Who Magazine during and after the end of the Sylvester McCoy era.
Since the magazine will publish at best only four issues before the second series of Torchwood concludes, there is some fan speculation that a third series is made more likely by the announcement.