The Prisoner: Shattered Visage

The Prisoner: Shattered Visage

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The official authorized sequel to the original TV show starring Patrick McGoohan and Leo McKern.

Set 20 years after the events of the original TV show, the comic co-written with Mark Askwith follows former secret agent Alice Drake as she is dragged back into her old life following a ship wrecking that sees her washed up on the shores of The Village and discovers that old secrets and old spies never die.

Set twenty years after the final episode of the television series, Shattered Visage follows former secret agent Alice Drake as she is shipwrecked on the shores of the Village and encounters an aged Number Six, who is still locked into a decades-old conflict with his old nemesis Number Two for the future of the deserted spy village. Meanwhile, back in London conflicting intelligence agencies fight to gain control of the intelligence mine that is The Village, and the deadly secret lying at its very core.

The trade paperback included a two-page text piece that explained the surreal final episode, "Fall Out" as drug-induced hallucination.

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ISBN-13: 9781787731776
Publisher: Titan Comics
Publication date: 03/13/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 175 MB
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About the Author

Dean Motter is an illustrator, designer and writer who is best known for his album cover designs, two of which won Juno Awards in 1983 and 1984. In total he was nominated a further six times for the Juno. During his career he has been the art editor for CBS Records Canada. He is also the creator and designer of Mister X, one of the most influential "new-wave" comics of the 1980s. His Vertigo mini-series Terminal City and its sequel were both nominated for Eisner and Harvey awards. As an artist his work has appeared in Classics Illustrated, Batman: Black & White, Grendel: Red, White and Black and John Constantine: Hellblazer. While his writing has graced the pages of Superman Adventures, Star Wars Trade, Will Eisner's The Spirit and Wolverine. In 1998 he co-wrote and illustrated Shattered Visage for DC comics along with Mark Ashwith.

Mark Askwith is a Canadian writer, TV producer, editor, and publisher specializing in science fiction and comics. He produced and wrote Prisoners of Gravity, a Canadian news magazine program that explored speculative fiction and ran for 139 episodes and five series. He has also written for Batman, Justice League International and Fantagraphics.

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