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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Not to be confused with Operation Golden Age.
Golden Age
Series: Torchwood
Release Number: 2
Featuring:
Enemy: Torchwood India
Setting:
Writer: James Goss
Director: Kate McAll
Post Production:
Publisher:
Release Date: Radio 4 - 02July 2009
CD - September 2009
Format:
Prod. Code:
ISBN:
Previous Story: Asylum
Following Story: The Dead Line

Torchwood: Golden Age was a radio play based on Torchwood. It was broadcast the week prior to the Children of Earth mini-series.

Contents

Summary

On the trail of a dangerous energy field, Torchwood are led to Delhi. There they witness the simultaneous disappearance of hundreds of people, and Jack discovers that the field centers on an old colonial mansion - Torchwood India. Jack is shocked to find that Torchwood India is still going strong - he shut it down himself over 80 years ago. He's even more surprised to find that its members, including his old flame the Duchess, haven't aged a day. What is the secret of their eternal youth, and how is it linked to the deadly energy field? The team must find out - and they haven't a moment to lose, for all the time the field is expanding...

Cast

References

Notes

to be added

Continuity

to be added

Download and CD release

The drama was available to UK Internet users for download in MP3 format for a period of one week after broadcast.

A CD release, alongside the other two Children of Earth prelude dramas, is scheduled for September 2009.

External Links

to be added

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Glossary:Golden Age article)

From DC Database

Golden Age

The Golden Age of Comic Books was a period beginning in 1938 and ended in the mid '50s. During this era, comic books became more popular, with the concept of superhero created and firmly established. Many famous heroes made their first appearance in the Golden Age, such as Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Green Lantern.

The era was kickstarted by the publishing of Action Comics #1 in June, 1938, which featured the first appearance of Superman and the superhero. Superman became extremely popular. Soon, superheroes dominate the pages of comic books from both DC Comics, Marvel Comics, and Fawcett Comics.

Superman Debuts!

The First World War had a prefound effect on the Golden Age. Comic books became known as cheap and portable sources of good triumphing over evil. War bonds were advertised on comics covers and covers were argubly full of propoganda.

The era ended in the mid '50s, with the release of more gritty stories by many companies, the cancellation of long running series such as the Justice Society of America, and the publishing of Seduction of the Innocent, by Dr. Fredric Wertham, who argued that superhero comic books led to juvenile deliquency. After this, the silver age began.

(See Also: Silver Age; Golden Age Elseworlds series)
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Golden Age can refer to:


This is a disambiguation page—a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. If an article link referred you here, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.



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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The Golden Age, also known as the First Golden Age of Cybertron, was a period in Transformer history on their homeworld of Cybertron when their world was rich in energy and the inhabitants were at peace with one another. It ended with the beginning of the Great War.

Fiction

The Transformers cartoon

Nine million years ago, Cybertron was at peace until Megatron led his newly formed Decepticon army against the peaceful Autobots which began the very, very, very long series of wars that resulted in a broken planet. War Dawn

Cybertron entered into a new Golden Age when the Plasma Energy Chamber was used to repower the planet which was now in the hands of the peaceful Autobots, who would probably use it a lot better than the Decepticons did.... The Rebirth, Part 3


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