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The authorized sequel to the cult TV series, THE PRISONER: SHATTERED VISAGE continues the saga of number six, the British secret agent who was condemned to life in the clandestine prison known as the Village. Years after the Village was destroyed, the infamous agent still resides in its former location, attempting to deal with the emotional scars of his past. But when a luckless female agent is washed ashore on his island, the Prisoner realizes that it is not only his mind that is still imprisoned. Featuring an overview of the entire television series, this book of intrigue and conspiracy offers the final chapter in the life of the most famous prisoner of all time. 







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 Unpublished Jack Kirby Unlike the Aborted Marvel Attempts at adapting The Prisoner Universe, it would be DC comics and a couple of Toronto fellows, Dean Motter and Mark Askwith, that created the official Sequel to the still celebrated Cult TV series The Prisoner.  For those who are not familiar with the classic Cult Classic, you can visit the sister site Screened ( HERE) for the link to the series. Please not that the 2009 remake is not as good as the Original and I still suggest expo...

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