RICH REVIEWS: The Prisoner: The Uncertainty Machine # 1
Title: The Prisoner: The Uncertainty Machine # 1
Publisher: Titan Comics
Created by: Patrick McGoohan And George Markstein
Writer: Peter Milligan
Artist: Colin Lorimer
Colorist: Joana Lafluente
Letterer: Simon Bowland
Editor and Original Plot: David Leach
Cover: Mike Allred/Colors by Laura Allred
Variant Covers: Photo Cover, Jack Kirby/Inks by Mike Royer/Colors by Mike Allred, Colin Lorimer/Colors by Joana Lafluente, John McCrea/Colors by Michael Spicer, Mike Allred,
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: We see an MI5 agent Breen and he knows the Village exists. The Village is presented as a mysterious place. Breen is going on a rescue mission to save a fellow agent Carey.
Breen does go about his mission professionally yet with a slight touch of personal emotion invading his thoughts.
There is a mystery about the Village and it is illustrated wonderfully. It is a nice country estate with a few weird things about it.
Breen is in the Village so what is his next step? What will happen to him here? You get the feeling this is much bigger than just him. The Village wants information and he has it, so does the other agent Carey.
This issue starts off a little slow. Things are sure to pick though.