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A British secret agent resigns from the organization without explanation. The next thing he knows, he's kidnapped from his apartment and awakens in The Village. He's become Number Six. THE PRISONER. Since The Prisoner debuted on British television in 1967, the series has become a cult classic. First released in the U.S. on CBS-TV in 1968, the 17 episodes can still be seen in syndication and on video cassettes. Now, DC Comics brings you a 4-book Prestige Format mini-series looking at the story of Number Six and The Village - 20 years later. An agent who resigns her post with MI-5 for reasons left unstated finds herself diverted from her solo voyage by sea around the world, stranded on a remote beach...and then she enters The Village, deadlier than ever. What secrets will she find? What secrets will she reveal?  







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This is an authorized sequel to the popular Tv show, The Prisoner, this time starring a female agent. I wasn't blown away by the cover art, but the interior art is really top notch. Coupled with high quality writing, this should be a book to seek out if you're a fan of the Prisoner....

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