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It's Torchwood versus Doctor Who monsters! The first of four stories where Torchwood tackle Doctor Who monsters is out today, with Gwen Cooper versus the Fendahl in a dark chapter of Torchwood's history...
Torchwood – Night of the Fendahl is out now.
Marco makes films. You wouldn’t like them. The lighting’s shoddy, the sets are cheap and the sound’s appalling. But there’s an audience for them. Because they’re films in which bad things happen to women.
Marco’s latest venture is based on real events. Events which took place in Fetch Priory many years ago. It’s an anthology piece, and Marco needs one final victim. But the last victim is not who anyone is expecting.
Death has returned to Fetch Priory. And Death is no-one’s victim.
Writer, Tim Foley, tells us more about what inspired Night of the Fendahl: “I’ve always loved the Fendahl. I think they’re one of the most disturbing monsters in the Whoniverse – all-devouring and completely indifferent.
“I leapt at the chance to put them in a Torchwood story which allows us to push their monstrosity much further than the mother show would allow. Hopefully our blend of cosmic horror and toxic masculinity makes for quite the queasy cocktail.”
You can buy and/or pre-order the Torchwood monthly range individually, or why not save money with a Torchwood bundle. A six-release bundle is £50 on CD or £45 on download, or you can save even more money by ordering all twelve Torchwood monthly releases coming out in 2019 and 2020 for £90 on CD or £84 on download.
Next month’s release sees Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) meeting Jo Jones (Katy Manning) in a trip back to Llanfairfach, Wales in The Green Life by David Llewellyn. This adventure also co-stars Stewart Bevan from the Third Doctor television episode, The Green Death.
Josephine Jones has come back to Llanfairfach and she finds it a bustling place with a thriving economy. The little town is now at the spearhead of a healthy-eating revolution. And yet, something’s missing. It feels like the heart has gone out of the place.
She falls in with a dashing stranger and realises that although the past was a lot simpler, not everything’s changed. There’s still something nasty in the mine, and it’s been waiting for Jo for a very long time.
Producer James Goss let us know what else we can expect from the world of Torchwood in 2019: "Jack and Ianto discover domestic bliss, Dr Owen Harper's in prison and there's something nasty out at sea. We'll meet the person who joined Torchwood at the same time as Tosh, and there's a town where you have to drink or die. Plus, which Torchwood character is a massive fan of opera?" More details coming soon…
Please note that Torchwood contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners.