Merchandise Torchwood's Tom Price reads Mr Invincible by Mark Morris

Published on May 31st, 2012 | by Meredith Burdett

Who Is Mr Invincible?

Torchwood, it seems like only yesterday we were enjoying the marvel that was Miracle Day and now…well now we have to wait for news of a new series.

But worry not, because like any good Doctor Who related project, the show will be kept alive through spin off media that keeps the series alive and fresh!

Torchwood's Tom Price reads Mr Invincible by Mark MorrisComing soon to an audio adventure near you is Mr Invincible, an audio exclusive adventure read by Tom Price (faithful Sgt Andy Davidson in many a Torchwood adventure, last name not to be confused with Davison, eagle eyed Doctor Who fans…) regarding a plot about a gunshot survivor who decides to become Cardiff’s answer to crime by donning a superhero costume to tackle the cities evil doers. But this is Torchwood; nothing is ever going to be that simple:

“Ross Chapman is one of life’s losers. So when he survives a point-blank shooting, dons a superhero costume and becomes a crime-busting vigilante, something strange is clearly going on.

And Ross’s transformation isn’t the only odd thing happening in Cardiff. Time is distorting – around the city, some people are ageing, dying and decomposing in a matter of minutes, while others are reverting to childhood.

Sgt Andy Davidson knows he’s out of his depth – so when Jack Harkness sweeps into the police station, he’s glad of the help that only Torchwood can provide. But for Jack, the stakes are higher than ever. He’s seen a vision of Gwen, dead, murdered by an unknown gunman. And if he can’t solve the mystery of Mr Invincible, he can’t save her….”

Torchwood: Mr Invincible is an AudioGo exclusive title that will be available from June priced at £10.20 on CD or £6.79 on download. Written by Doctor Who regular Mark Morris, it’s an adventure that you don’t want to miss, and you can pick it up for the lower price of £6.83 on CD from Amazon.

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!




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