Titan Magazines

Titan Magazines is the magazine-publishing division of Nick Landau's Titan Publishing Group. Titan also owns several Forbidden Planet specialist comics and collector stores (it should not be confused with Forbidden Planet International, which largely owns similar stores, mostly in the North of England.).

Titan Magazines' publishing director is Chris Teather.

TPG also owns Titan Books, the biggest UK graphic novel publishing house, which also publishes many film and TV-related titles.

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