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69 Days left and I took a trip to Wizard World Anaheim! For those who don't know Wizard World Anaheim is a comic and popular culture convention in Anaheim, where Disneyland is, if that helps.  I went with the excuse of work (since I work in comics) but between you and I, I really went to see the two Torchwood: Miracle Day actors who were there.Today I got to meet John de Lancie and
Ernie Hudson both who have guest roles on TW: MD. So today's blog is going to be my telling of my brief encounters with them.

First I talked to Ernie, he was there earlier. I opened with something along the lines of "Hey! I'm gonna be your biggest fan one day!" I then went on to explain that I love Torchwood and that since he's going to be on Torchwood I am destined to love him. By the way, when I mentioned him being on Torchwood he had a moment of recognition and then said "oh yea I am!" almost as if he'd forgotten. Ha! It was pretty funny. He did say he loved working on it and that he'd love to do more for them. I mentioned John Barrowman and he made the regular comments anyone who has met him makes, he's lovely to work with and so on.

Then I found John de Lancie who was sitting directly across from Ernie. I wonder if that was on purpose or if they even know each other or know the other one is on the new series. I should have asked. Anyway, I opened my conversation with John similarly about being a future fan. I think I said "I'm your biggest fan whose never seen you in anything" I know I am a horrible person to say these things but isn't it better to be honest? I'm not the sort to pretend to know his work, not my style. He was very sweet by the way, he again had nice things to say about John. AND he mentioned he was going to be filming more scenes for Torchwood on Monday (inside scoop). Then, THEN he said to me "Would you like to come on Monday and I'll show you around?" but he was teasing me, of course. Not nice to kid with me about these things! But he was good to chat to even though both he and Ernie gave away absolutely nothing about the series when I asked them.

All-in-all it was a fun day and I was glad to meet these two men who I am sure to adore in the future. Now I am wrapping up this blog so I can watch the new Doctor Who, forgive me. So have you guys seen these chaps work before? Are you excited to see them in Torchwood? Any guesses as to what their guest roles will be? xx

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70 Days left and I've got something nice to show you. Below is a BBC Original Drama Trailer that popped up online today. I am assuming it also aired on TV in the UK, but I really don't know. The reason we care is there are some short bits of the new series of Torchwood included in it! Start at 45 seconds for Torchwood. What are you waiting for? WATCH!

Now that we've all seen it, let's discuss. What we see is, Gwen and the rocket launcher which we've seen, but we also get 3 new bits:

~Jack walking with a gun and a house exploding. Bravo! I am all for Jack clips, I don't care that it reveals nothing I am all smiles getting to see Jack back in action, as brief as it is.

~ Dichen Lachman's guest spot and an apparent disagreement with Gwen. As far as I am aware we know nothing about Dichen's character but it seems she's going to be a something of a bother to Gwen who feels the need to punch her. I think it would be cool if she played a bitch, she's a great actress with a huge range I hope they use her to her full potential.

~ A shot of a crowd in masks with candles? That is easily the most curious revelation. What the hell is going on there? I have watched it a few times now and I'm trying to make sense of it. The candles seem like a vigil but no one's dying so that makes, no sense. The sad face masks? I really can't think of a single explanation. I am thoroughly dumbfounded by that second or two clip. What? That being said, I am so excited about all the mysteries of Miracle Day everything we find out just raises more questions, this is going to be SO much fun!

So what do you think? Are you happier now that we have actual clips or do they just make you more anxious? Did you see what Jack was wearing? What could those masks possibly mean? xx

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71 Days left and I'm wonder about the gap, no, not the one in Gwen's teeth. I'm wondering about that gap in time between COE and MD. Miracle Day's July 8 premier comes almost exactly 2 years to the day after Children of Earth originally aired. There has been speculation as to the on screen gap in time and I seem to recall a RTD interview saying a similar time will have passed in story.

So we think 2 years has passed since Jack left Earth, right? I mean even if it's not that long we know Jack didn't just leave and come right back. So for argument's sake let's say Jack was gone for a short time, 3 months, as long as he was gone with the Doctor between series 1 and 2 (in team TW time). Go back with me, imagine what that time would have been like if it was shown on screen. Imagine Gwen, Owen, Tosh and Ianto going through the sorts of things they did in series 1 and having to deal with them without Jack. Surely that's not unreasonable and they all managed to live through it, which is good. But...

That was only 3 months and there were 4 members of the team. Owen is fairly replaceable (in skills - not our hearts - see Martha series 2) and Gwen, really is just a member of the team who is physically competent (again not Gwen bashing, just saying she's a bit ordinary in skill set but isn't she supposed to be? Isn't she meant to be the average girl we relate to who meets her full potential blah blah blah) but Ianto and Tosh are certainly specially qualified and irreplaceable. I swear there is a topic that's going to sneak up on you any second here. My point, after COE, the Torchwood team is down 2 specialized operatives, a replaceable medic and Jack who is replaceable in his role as leader but his alien knowledge makes him valuable.

What I'm saying, through all the ramble is this: Gwen has lost all those members of her team and while she can certainly find more bodies to fill the numbers, she's not going to be anywhere near the combined brilliance that Tosh, Ianto and Jack bring to the team. No way. AND that is assuming Gwen even puts a team together (which it seems she hasn't from what we've heard). You guys, answer me this…how is it, that in 3 months-2 years the world without Torchwood (as we knew it or even near) hans't ended? By all means, pause your reading, ponder, draw a graph, but tell me, HOW Gwen pulled it off.

Think back to every moment where the world was really in danger (within Torchwood - Doctor Who aside) think of the aliens faced and think of how the team defeated them. It wasn't Gwen. I am sitting here writing this trying to think of even ONE instance where Gwen saved the day. I've just opened up an episode list so I can mentally remind myself of the outcomes and most of the times Gwen was a big part of the win, she lucked into it or she was just very brave/careless and it worked out in her benefit (a trait that bites her in the ass just as often). The only real moments of "good job Gwen" are "Random Shoes" where she did good really just by being persistent and COE, talking Lois into helping, which again is more persistence than anything extraordinary and was a nice outcome but didn't directly save the day. I swear to you if I just wanted to write a Gwen bashing blog I would, but this is about something else, and I'm not sure it's coming across right.

I really don't think Gwen Cooper and team could keep the earth safe from alien threats, even factoring in UNIT and the Doctor. And if Torchwood isn't actually around anymore, as the fact that it has become a sort of myth in Miracle Day suggests, then HOW??  How after everything we've gone through over 3 series of Torchwood are we supposed to believe that the rift just behaved while Jack was off? While Gwen was left pregnant and mourning the loss of everything that was Torchwood. I am thinking and rambling and I am just looking for answers. What is the explanation you have for why the world didn't end? Is UNIT just stepping up their game? Has the rift gone quiet? Did Jack do that trick where he left for 2 years and time-travel  came back just in time for the next crisis? xx

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72 Days left and I'm a busy busy girl today which is why it suits me that I have a video to share to make up for the inevitable brevity of this blog. Today Starz released another Torchwood: Miracle Day teaser and it's, pretty much as amazing as the first one. If they wanted to wet our appetites for the new series, they are doing a hell of a good job. 72 DAYS! How am I going to survive it??

Enough chit-chat watch the video below...(accessible in the US only)

Now a lot folks were let down by this latest teaser and here's the skinny as to why: It's a teaser, so it's not long enough, it completely lacks Jack or Gwen or any Torchwood characters and it reveals absolutely nothing new.

All that being said there are two very good things about this teaser. First, it's a clear introduction to the premise of this series which means it's easy to pass on to people to explain the show to them. Also, there's the fact that it's a TORCHWOOD teaser. Honestly they could have released just the final bit where they flash the series title and play the Torchwood theme and I would have been happy. I just want anything. I am so ready for it to be July 8th that anything they give me is divine. I am super easy to please and I'm not ashamed to admit it. I assume I will be more critical when the actual show airs.

So what do you think? Are you excited by the new Torchwood promos or are you let down at how little they show? Do you think they should show us what we want or is it wise to keep us eager for more? xx

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87 Days left 'til Torchwood: Miracle Day and it's Tuesday. That means it's time for the "Torchwood this week" wrap up, below are this weeks offerings:

INTERVIEWS/ARTICLES:

Video Interview: Torchwood's John Barrowman, Bill Pullman and Julie Gardner

Steven Moffat, Executive Producer of Doctor Who (technically a Doctor Who interview but he talks about the possibility of Jack on Doctor Who so I thought it was relevant)

PICTURES

At the MIPTV conference our wonderful Torchwood team pushed their luck with 6 in a 4 person elevator! (via @BBC_Torchwood)

This was right before the elevator debacle. We love our #Torchwood family. (via @BBC_Torchwood)

A look inside our final #Torchwood Production Meeting! (via @BBC_Torchwood)

With #CaptJack from #Torchwood. Yes that's Wayne Knight (newman from #Seinfeld) in the background. #anotheramazingday (@ashlanddesantos Plixi)

Barrowman on one of the grips' bikes. #Torchwood #CaptJack
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That's it for this week! If you've seen more feel free to post links in the comments below, to tweet them at us @BarrowmanDay or send us an email at BarrowmanDay@yahoo.co.uk. As always, we're not claiming any ownership of the content.

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74 Days left and I'm still stuck on yesterday. If you read yesterday's blog 75 Days you'll have read about my thought's concerning introducing Jack's FPP (Fixed Point Predicament) to knew viewers. This was an interesting enough topic, but  halfway through the blog I realized something I never considered before, if no one on earth can die, than neither can Jack.

I was talking about all the ways to reveal that Jack revives from death but it occurred to me that there is a pretty solid chance that Jack will also be effected my the MDD (Miracle Day Dilemma - yes I like to make up catchy names) and won't be able to die in the first place. This revelation happened and I just finished the blog stating it but now I've had time to mull it over and what it could mean. And the main point of interest, assuming Jack can't die, will be Jack's expedited healing.

About that, how about we first figure out what the deal with Jack's healing is, shall we? We know Jack is a fixed point in space and time, so, when he dies, he's brought back and is perfectly healthy. That is best shown in "Everything Changes" the very first episode, Jack is shot in the head, dies, stands up and the bullet hole heals in a matter of seconds. There seems to be some disagreement amongst fans as to the extent of his healing ability.

Now of course we know he can come back from anything, he was blown to bits in COE and he just pulled himself together and we're led to believe he can survive anything (face of BOE theories not withstanding). But here's where it get's sketchy. If you ask me, and this blog is my opinion so, let's say you are, Jack only heals any faster than others when killed. If he's not killed he has to heal like everyone else and that is not something everyone in this fandom agrees about.

A lot of people when describing Jack, for instance in fanfic, describe him as unable to get sick and unable to keep an injury or scar. I know it's just fanfic but the reason the stories are written like that is because somewhere along the way people began to see his character that way. Granted we've never seen him sick, but we've also never seen Tosh, Owen, Gwen or Ianto sick. They must all take their vitamins.  So leaving out the question of illness there is the matter of recovery from injuries. Thinking back to episodes of Torchwood I can think of the times Jack has healed immediately and it's all been from fatal blows, the gunshot in "Everything Changes" the Weevil to the neck in "Fragments". But I can also recall times when Jack has had injuries that stay around, specifically I think of Jack's busted lip in "Cyberwoman".

I think, even though it's not expressly stated, that Jack only heals at an accelerated rate when he dies. If this is true and if he can't die, he's like everyone else and he can't heal. Or I'm wrong, he does heal and people notice. Or he's not effected as everyone else is by the MDD and either he can or cannot heal as normal. Did that make sense? My point is depending on whether he can heal or not, whether he's effected by the MDD or retains the properties of his FPP can really determine how the reveal is handled. If he does heal and he's the only one, it can be something they do on the sly, he gets a cut and we don't see it later, something subtle for viewers to pick up. Or maybe he doesn't heal and for the first time since that day on Satellite 5 Jack has to be careful with himself.

A friend said something about the fact of everyone not being able to die but not being able to heal reminding them of how Owen was. A world full of Owen, that would be a mess wouldn't it? I don't have anything deep to say about that, i just thought it was a cool comparison. That's the end of my rant for the day, what do y'all think? Is Jack going to be effected by the MDD? Do you think the character can heal from any injury or does he have to die? Would you like the reveal to be very drawn out and subtle for fans in the know? xx

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75 Days left and it's Easter! Happy Easter to all celebrating. To the rest I'll say happy bunny appreciation day, tell the bunny in your life you love them. 75 is quite a milestone isn't it? We've made it through a quarter of the wait. Well done us!

Coming into this blog today it was pretty obvious what I was going to write about. I mean, it's Easter right? Jesus came back from the dead, Jack does that as well, clearly there is a topic stirring in my head but I haven't worked out the specifics just yet. I bet there are some serious nods to the Jesus thing in Torchwood that I don't pick up on because I am Jewish and just don't really know much about all that. I'll have to ask my expert interpretation literary friend sometime, she'll know.

There actually has been something on my mind concerning Jack's...what shall we call it, FPP (Fixed Point Predicament ). To devoted Torchwood fans and even the casual viewer it's common knowledge about Jack's FPP, he can die but he can't stay dead because he's a fixed point in space and time. However, Torchwood is going to be getting a lot of first time viewers for the new series so the creators of the show are going to have to include a reveal for those not in the know.

I've been pondering what would be the best way to do this. There are a couple of approaches. They could bring it up in conversation, they could do a flashback or we could see it in action. I guess the decision will come down to how much time they want to set aside for the explanation of Jack's past, what tone they think that moment ought to have and at what point in the series they want it to be known. I'm sure the writers are aware that a lot of people going in know about Jack's FPP and that new viewers might find this out with the slightest bit of research. So I wonder since that's the case if they will try to surprise the audience with it or the reveal will mainly be to inform the audience and shock the characters.

If I were in charge the approaches I would consider would be the following:

~The Audience is in on it:  A sort of light approach. We find out about Jack's FPP early on in a conversation with someone in the know or we see a death and he comes back. Then we either find out the whole story as discussed in the conversation or we find out more as the new characters do. Maybe Jack is discretely dying the whole series and towards the end someone who doesn't know see's him die and there is the big reveal. Of course we laugh because wasn't it obvious? It's certainly one idea but for some reason I feel like it might be a bit too casual for the tone of this story.

~Mention and move on:  Jack loves to shock people with impossible and inappropriate things, so I can entirely see him just mentioning it in passing and then acting like it was no big deal. He tells the new crew, says he doesn't want to get into it or they don't need the details and that's it. There is room then for similar speculation amongst the supporting cast about Jack's past and the the nature of his FPP as was done with the Cardiff team. This, like the first option leaves a lot of room for a lot of Jack deaths through the series.

~The build-up and reveal:  And this one seems most likely, or at least what I would most likely do. Go through the whole series without it being mentioned or known and then kill him towards the end, when it's possible they would kill a main character and play up the shock value. As I said, I cannot imagine many viewers won't find out sometime over the course of watching about his FPP but if they didn't it would be a cool reveal. And it would definitely be a great moment for the new characters, if they don't know, have gone through this huge ordeal with Jack and then he seemingly dies, that could be, pardon the pun, killer.

You know, about the middle of that second scenario something occurred to me that honestly never has. If no one can die, then Jack can't die. We're dealing with a whole different thing here and how silly of me not to think of that! Jack won't be dying and coming back, will he? He just won't die. Oh that's good! We could go a whole series without him dying, without anyone ever knowing he can't stay dead. I am almost certain they'll still opt to inform the audience because they'll want to play with the emotional impact a world where everyone can't die would have on Jack but that is an interesting thought. Also, I take back what I said before, I would only try to shock the characters in the third scenario, the audience has to know so we can see Jack struggle through the implications of the world and how it effects him.

Maybe they'll wait until after the thing causing Miracle Day is fixed and then kill him off immediately. Or maybe it won't have any effect on him at all and he'll be the one person who can die. There are a heck of a lot of ways they can choose to go and I wish it were July already so we could start to find out. I am wondering as the series unfolds WWJD (What Will Jack Do)? Sorry, couldn't resist. How about you guys? How would you introduce a new audience to Jacks FPP? Would you drag it out or get it out of the way? Should it be a funny moment or a dramatic reveal? xx

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76 Days left 'til Torchwood is back on my TV but 0 days left 'til the return of Doctor Who! You guys, I am, freaking out right now. It's 4:07am and I am so past tired but I cannot stop all the excitement going through me because today is Doctor Who day! I cannot imagine what I'll be like closer to Torchwood, I bet I won't sleep for a week. This can't be healthy.

Anyway about the blog, I planned to write at a bit more of a human hour but the topic was always going to be "it's Doctor Who day so let's talk cross-overs". How do we feel about Jack (and co.) appearing in Doctor Who? Or the Doctor popping up in Torchwood?  Here's where I stand. I am totally on board for Jack in Doctor Who. Why? Well obviously I am fond of Jack and so any extra screen time is a bonus, but that's not the only reason. Do you really think I am that shallow? I would love it additionally because Jack got his start on Doctor Who and his relationship with the Doctor is a core part of the character. NOT TO MENTION, the fact that Steven Moffat, the man who gave us Jack is now in charge of the show. it would just be a really cool situation and I'd hope Steven would write the episode(s) with Jack himself.

When they first announced Steven Moffat was taking over as executive producer of Doctor Who my immediate thought was "Yes! We're gonna get more Jack! He's totally going to bring Jack back!". I was so excited because why wouldn't he? He's a great character, John would never turn it down and Torchwood was off-air so it would appease some fans with Jack withdrawals! And then they started airing episodes. There was no word of whether Jack might make an appearance and honestly I was holding up hope that they were just keeping it under wraps and the reveal would come. And I remember the exact moment I realized it wasn't going to happen: John was being interviewed, I think by Access Hollywood, about his role on Desperate Housewives and since they had him, they asked him what he'd thought of the new Doctor and John said, he hadn't seen any of the episodes yet. I was so sad! Even John couldn't fake it that well.

I accepted that it wasn't going to happen that series. But I wondered why. I considered the practical reasons, maybe John had a prior commitment he couldn't get out of, maybe the Moff didn't want to have the focus taken off the new Doctor with the return of such an iconic character, or maybe he didn't think there was time to tell the story and establish the new cast. Then I started considering the impractical and ridiculous reasons, John didn't want to do it, Steven didn't want him to do it, maybe there was a single individual on earth that wouldn't jump for joy if Jack was back on Doctor Who! But no, nothing made sense to me and I simply remained bitter.

Well, sorry to say I don't really have an answer as to why Jack wasn't on series 5 but I do have something I ran into about the possibility of Jack in series 6. A recent interview that Steven Moffat gave shed some light on Jack's potential return to Doctor Who, this is what it said:

Will any of the Russell T. Davies characters, like Jack Harkness [John Barrowman], come back? There's no rule against that. People talk as if somewhere there's been some schism.

Well, you seem to have drawn a line. There isn't an intentional line at all. I do think there's a danger, if you're always harkening back. Are you saying the show used to be better?

No, just some of those characters are ones people are attached to. I mean, Jack, who I wrote in the show, I'd love to have him back. I was thinking he should really be here recently but he's busy [making the next season of the Who spinoff Torchwood for Starz].

And I mean there are references to Davies' characters—we just had a reference to Rose, in fact. In my head there is a continuing story. There's no idea that we're abandoning anything. There is an element that the Doctor moves on from people in a rather scary but inevitable way. He won't be nearby forever.

YES! HALLELUJAH! NOW WE'RE GETTING SOMEWHERE! It's far from a promise, but hey at least now we know Moffat is open to the idea of bringing Jack back and I for one would LOVE to see Jack interact with the new cast. The idea of Jack and the Doctor's impossibly young regeneration, having a whore off with Amy or messing with Rory, it's all just soaked in potential stories. I want it so bad and I think we have a real shot, if not this series then next, assuming John Barrowman ever takes a break from his insane schedule to squeeze in some Who *fingers crossed*.

Then we have the idea of bringing the Doctor and/or his companions onto Torchwood. I don't think the companions are out of the question, we saw how well it worked bringing Martha in, but honestly, I don't think we need the Doctor in Torchwood. Hear me out though. I love the Doctor and I'm all for more Jack/Doctor stories but Torchwood needs to keep separate to a certain extent. I think the reason why they have not directly shown the Doctor on Torchwood before is because it needs to remain it's own show. If they bring in the Doctor it becomes about the Doctor and Jack is a character that can survive without that connection. I think that's something they had to prove and they did, Jack is enough, we don't need the Doctor coming in and stealing his thunder.

This is the part where I shut up and you come in. Do you like the idea of a Doctor Who/Torchwood cross-over? Do you think Torchwood needs to stay separate? If you were Steven Moffat what would you want to do with Jack? xx

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77 Days left and I am pondering, is it better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all? I was talking to a friend today about Russell T Davies (RTD) and how he has a tendency to create amazing characters I love and either kill them of give them the most miserable ending ever. And yet, if you ask me, I am a RTD fan anyway.

And I'm not just talking about Torchwood but for the sake of this blog let's discuss that shall we? Think about every episode you've seen of Torchwood. Think of the main characters, the Torchwood team and then think about the guest rolls too. Think of the aliens and humans that were the villains, think of the families and think of every person that had more than 2 lines. I'm willing to bet that whether for good or bad they all had an impact on you. Regardless of if you like the characters or not, they do make you care. RTD makes you care.

The Torchwood fandom is one with very outspoken fans. If something is on our minds we say it, then we write a letter, blog, tweet and even send coffee to get our message across. And a lot of the time, these strong fan reactions have to do with showing displeasure over something in the show. But we tend to focus on the negative, nitpic every decision and cry out our offense with any change that doesn't suit us. It strikes me though, that we only get so fired up because we care. All the fans that complain about RTD messing up are only so invested because of all the good he's done. I am not saying this to defend RTD or insult fans that take issue. I am saying this so we can reflect on my earlier question. Is it worth having those characters in our shows even if RTD doesn't give us a happy ending? Would you really get rid of him if you could?

*following contains spoilers through COE*

I started watching Torchwood having known RTD's work in the past. I watched Queer as Folk, which gutted me and I still wanted to watch Torchwood. Sure John Barrowman helped that desire along but I knew that if RTD was involved I was going to get memorable, well-developed characters that I loved and hated and felt strongly for one way or another. The fact that we took the deaths of Tosh, Owen and Ianto so hard is a testament to how attached we were. The fact that the death of Steven, who was hardly in the show crushed us, tells me that RTD is a truly talented creator. Of course a lot of the credit for our experiences go to the individual episode writers but RTD was steering the ship.

You know, I take it back, this is officially a defense of RTD. Still not judging the fans that disagree but how may of you find yourself wanting to slap Gwen when she's being naive? Do any of you think about whatever happened to Lois Habiba? Am I the only one who wants a sitcom based around the Davies family? "Dinner with the Davies"? I react to the characters and their stories, I laugh, I cry and I throw things at the TV sometimes, but darn it RTD is a hell of a creator! I'm not saying I agree with every choice he's made, far from it. but I think choices have to be made and in no scenario is everyone going to be happy. At the end of the day a creator does their best and has to remain true to the story they want to tell. And after all is said and done, after all the tears, I am a Torchwood fan and RTD is a huge part of that.

So what do you think of RTD? Am I being too easy on him? Does that bad out-weigh the good? xx

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78 Days left and I'm not feeling very wordy. There is something on my mind though and that's art. Today would have been the 40th birthday of my favorite artist Michael Turner and it's got me feeling artsy.

Not sure if you know this about me, but I weaseled my way onto this website by persuading Mickie and Chris that they needed a fan art section and I could run it. When I'm not here I spend a lot of my time working in comics which is how I convinced them I was qualified. So I thought instead of my normal wordy blog today a picture could be worth a thousand words. Here's an art offering. My friend Jeremy drew it and I inked it, cause I'm an Inker. Some of you have seen it but I never posted it on the site, so let's say this counts.

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It's John as Jack, which is Torchwood related so it seemed to fit my Torchwood blog.
Since we're talking art I do want to give you all the information about our fan-art section.

If you would like to submit to our site please email your art (in jpeg format) to me at barrowmanday@yahoo.co.uk and write in the subject line 'Dana -Fan Art.' Also give us some details: The name you would like to appear on your art, the title of your piece and the year it was completed. And it doesn't even have to be good, it's just a place for fans to show they love John Barrowman and for you reading Torchwood. We'd love to post your Torchwood art but the one rule is Jack has to be in it, we're still Barrowman Day. And if the art has mature content,  we cannot put it on the site but you're welcome to submit it for our DeviantArt page.

Do any of you have art to share? Have you created or seen anything great that is Torchwood related? Is a picture worth a thousand words or was this a waste of a blog? xx

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