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Written by Captain Jack Himself – John Barrowman – and Carole Barrowman, with art by Neil Edwards (Doctor Who, Justice League)!

I loved Terror of the Vervoids, one of the best stories of the 6th Doctor. But I think them appearing again removes the impact of their end in their first appearance…

I agree, especially considering how important a part it plays in the Trial, although I’ll be interested to see how they are ‘revived’ in this

Written by Captain Jack Himself – John Barrowman – and Carole Barrowman, with art by Neil Edwards (Doctor Who, Justice League)!

I loved Terror of the Vervoids, one of the best stories of the 6th Doctor. But I think them appearing again removes the impact of their end in their first appearance…

I agree, especially considering how important a part it plays in the Trial, although I’ll be interested to see how they are ‘revived’ in this

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Titan Comics has announced Torchwood: The Culling , a new series that reunites Captain Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper for a new adventure. The series is written by Torchwood star John Barrowman and his sister, author Carole Barrowman, and features artwork by Neil Edwards.

The synopsis for Torchwood remains somewhat vague, but it and the first issue’s covers tease the return of Captain John Hart, Jack Harness’s former professional partner in the Time Agency and romantic partner. Will Hart return as Jack’s friend or foe?

Yes, he'd known that Jack would need his help again. He'd never expected a call to meet him here, however. Lucas cast a wary glance around his surroundings … there were entirely too many places for an ambush in a cemetery … before returning his attention to the stone in front of him. He spoke aloud, just loud enough for him to hear his own voice, "Lucia Moretti. Alice's mum and Jack's former lover. Interesting."

"Glad you think so," came the familiar voice of Jack Harkness himself, and Lucas looked up as the other man seemingly appeared out of nowhere. Lucas gave his new friend a once-over, and Jack grinned impishly, adding, "I've been here all along. Perception filters are wonderful things." Lucas rolled his eyes, but couldn't help but smile. Jack smiled back, adding, "Thank you for coming. I know you've got your hands full with …"

Jack didn't continue. He didn't need to. Lucas said quietly, "If you need my help, Jack, you've got it. How's the baby doing?" Jack's expression brightened, and Lucas braced himself to hear all about the wonders of one Alyssa Sitara Jones. However, Jack surprised him by limiting himself to just that one, bright smile. At least for now, although he was sure he would hear all about the baby later, when they weren't meeting for business.

Written by Captain Jack Himself – John Barrowman – and Carole Barrowman, with art by Neil Edwards (Doctor Who, Justice League)!

I loved Terror of the Vervoids, one of the best stories of the 6th Doctor. But I think them appearing again removes the impact of their end in their first appearance…

I agree, especially considering how important a part it plays in the Trial, although I’ll be interested to see how they are ‘revived’ in this

By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook.com Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

Titan Comics has announced Torchwood: The Culling , a new series that reunites Captain Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper for a new adventure. The series is written by Torchwood star John Barrowman and his sister, author Carole Barrowman, and features artwork by Neil Edwards.

The synopsis for Torchwood remains somewhat vague, but it and the first issue’s covers tease the return of Captain John Hart, Jack Harness’s former professional partner in the Time Agency and romantic partner. Will Hart return as Jack’s friend or foe?


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