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SECRET AGENT 21

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Full Name: Brent Cleever
Codename: Secret Agent 21, Twenty-One
Nationality: Terran-Martian
Organization: Universal Secret Service
Occupation Agent

Creator: Rab Hamilton , Alan Fennell
Time Span: 1965 - 1970

ABOUT THE SERIES

       Brent Cleever, Secret Agent 21, is an agent with the Universal Secret Service.
       The USS is a bit presumptuous since it really seems to just operate in this solar system in the far future of 2046. Even though that is only two and a half decades from when I write this, it is eight decades from when the recorded adventures were first presented. Humanity has spread out from the third planet to have colonies on Mars and Jupiter and other orbs.
       The USS has its headquarters in Kahra, capital city of the Mars colony. It disguises its headquarters as a factory for the Century 21 Toys Incorporated, the largest toy manufacturer "in the universe". Its agents go about the solar system pretending to be toy salesmen and carry sample cases whose toys are really quite useful and in some instances deadly tools of their trade. It is led by a stern older former agent named 'S' and though that man now spends most of his time behind a desk sending the younger people out on missions, he shows quite often how much he still has what it takes.
       The best agent that the organization has is Cleever. This man, who lists his nationality as Terra-Martian, makes his home in Kahra but he is off on assignment so much it is doubtful he spends much time there. What we see of Cleever shows him to be a tall, rather thin but athletic shaped man with dark hair neatly trimmed and a handsome clean-shaven face with a strong pronounced chin. However, we are told more than once that "in the interests of security this is only an artist's impression of 21, and not a true likeness."
       Thanks to a biography sheet made available in his chronicles, we know that Cleever was born William Frazer in 2018, the "eldest son of space pioneer Sir William and Lady Frazer who had settled on Mars in 2009". He graduated from university with degrees in mathematics, space navigation, and music. He "joined the Martian Space Academy and graduated as an astronaut in 2036".
       Soon thereafter he was transferred to the World Space Patrol in Washington and became aide to Air General Steve Kaliski. When Kaliski was promoted to the position of Director of the Universal Secret Service, Frazer went with him. As was said to be normal USS practice, once they joined the intelligence organization they changed their names to protect their families. Kaliski became known as Zodiac while Frazer took on the name Brent Cleever.
       It was Cleever who first contacted the Century 21 toy company to make him his very special toys, i.e., weapons and tools disguised as something quite a bit different and totally non-threatening. Eventually he would convince Zodiac, now renamed "S", to buy the company and use it as a cover for the agents.
       Eventually, we learn from that biography, Cleever would stay on to become the head of the organization with Kaliski/Zodiac/S retired. The adventures we are permitted to enjoy take place during his agent days between 2045 and 2055. During the numerous adventures available about this man we watch him routinely getting beaten up, drugged, or injured in one way or another on each mission but he never falters and never fails to get the job done.
       
       And then the change came. After a whole lot of adventures and tremendous excitement, Cleever decided to retire and moved to some property in Gluchestershire where he would spend his time tinkering with inventions and gadgets. A freak accident would result in his having magnetic powers allowing him to pull metal objects towards him as well as adhere to metal surfaces. He quickly came up with a dampening field which would cancel out his new powers to give him a normal life. The control for turning the dampener on or off he put in his shoe.
       With his new abilities came a new drive to use them for good and he would eagerly take a position as the World President's personal, unofficial agent. He would perform several missions in this capacity.
       Eventually his powers abated and he returned to normal. In appreciation for what he had done and knowing he was still wanting action and excitement, Cleever accepted the offered job as head of USS. But he would not be stuck behind a desk.

       While Cleever will have a variety of enemies, chief among them, especially at the beginning of the series, is the Solar Organization for Revenge and Murder (S.O.F.R.A.M.), lovely chaps whose leadership wear pointy hoods even when in secret cloister. They definitely give Cleever a run for his money.

NOVELLAS AND SHORT STORIES

Number of Stories:3
First Appearance:1966
Last Appearance:1970

1 Spy Bait Spy Bait
short story
Written by Tom Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 1966

Printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1967
Brent Cleever (Agent 21) is to help with the Planets Tour of the World President of Mars and must attend a special conference on Earth. Yet he is caught on the Earth Space Station E9 by three S.O.F.R.A.M. agents who plan to replace him with a double.
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2 Assignment: Destroy U.S.S. Assignment: Destroy U.S.S.
short story
Written by Tom Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 1967

Printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1969
A particularly nasty plan to destroy the USS headquarters is put into place when a robot with explosives is disguised as a 10-year-old orphan who gets invited in to Century 21 Toys Inc.
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3 Day of the Fog Day of the Fog
short story

Copyright: 1970

Printed in Thunderbirds Annual 1971
[plot unknown]
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COMIC BOOKS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS

Number of Stories:41
First Appearance:1965
Last Appearance:1970




Note: Terrific information and the titles that I used here came from The Secret Agent 21 Dossier written by Keith Ansell. Check it out because he knows more than I and it's fun to read.
Note: The synopses are mine so any mistake is also mine.


1 All in the Mind All in the Mind
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Alan Fennell (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 06/12/1965 - 08/14/1965

Printed in TV Century 21, #21-#30 (10 issues with 1 page in each)
An evil doctor is controlling a number of agents with his mind devices and it becomes the mission of Secret Agent 21 (Brent Cleever) to stop him.
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2 The Break-In The Break-In
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Alan Fennell (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 07/1965

Printed in TV Century 21, Summer Extra 1965 with 4 pages
Thieves steal information about all agents from the Century 21 Toy Factory, it them is up to Brent (Agent 21) and Tina (Agent 23) to get it back.
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3 Enter S.O.F.R.A.M. Enter S.O.F.R.A.M.
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 08/21/1965 - 10/30/1965

Printed in TV Century 21, #31-#41 (11 issues with 1 page in each)
S.O.F.R.A.M. steals the plans for the new XL rocket ships. Secret Agent 21 and Tina must retrieve them.
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4 Sabotage Sabotage
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Alan Fennell (writer)
Copyright: 1965

Printed in TV Century 21, International Extra 1965 with 5 pages
S.O.F.R.A.M. attacks a power station. Secret Agent 21 and colleague Tina are sent to investigate. They will learn the reason for the sabotage was to lure them into a trap.
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5 Down With The Director Down With The Director
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 11/06/1965 - 01/08/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, #42-#51 (10 issues with 1 page in each)
Brent Cleever (Secret Agent 21) is given the mission to overthrow the dictatorship that rule Britain in 2046 that is the same mission that Brown (Agent 24) failed at. He takes Tina (Agent 23) with him.
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6 If You Can't Stand The Heat If You Can't Stand The Heat
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 01/15/1966 - 02/19/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, #52-#57 (6 issues with 2 pages in each)
S sends Agent 21 (Brent Cleever) on a mission to the Melong Cehelium Mines on Venus to discover why Face 9 is getting so hot.
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7 Andromeda Or Die Andromeda Or Die
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 02/26/1966 - 04/23/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, #58-#66 (9 issues with 2 pages in each)
Stopping an assassination attempt on the World President, Secret Agent 21 is severely injured. Tina is sent to protect him in the hospital but will make the ultimate sacrifice.
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8 The Bitter Cold Dish The Bitter Cold Dish
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 04/301966 - 06/25/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, #67-#75 (9 issues with 2 pages in each)
Brent Cleever, Secret Agent 21, is out for revenge as he goes after those who killed his friend and colleague.
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9 The Long Road Back The Long Road Back
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 07/02/1966 - 07/30/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, #76-#80 (5 issues with 2 pages in each)
Secret Agent 21 is at a particularly low point in his life as he mourns the death of his friend. Fearing he may divulge his secrets, the USS sends an assassin. So does the enemy government of Bereznik. Cleever is not happy to see either.
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10 Blood Over Unity City Blood Over Unity City
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 07/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, Summer Extra 1966 - 4 pages
Secret Agent 21 (Brent Cleever) is to protect the World President (Mars) and also ends up protecting another as well.

11 New Blood New Blood
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 08/06/1966 - 10/01/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, #81-#89 (9 issues with 2 pages each)
While looking for a double agent at the USS Spy School, Secret Agent 21 will end up marooned in space.
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12 Deadly Fly Deadly Fly
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 10/08/1966 - 10/29/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, #90-#93 (4 issues with 2 pages each)
Secret Agent 21 (Brent Cleever) creates toy flies that can take out enemy agents if needed and places them in the Mars World Senate Building where one is damaged. Its memory lost and storing new images just who will it go after?
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13 The Heigler Ray The Heigler Ray
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 11/1966

Printed in TV Century 21, Annual 1967 - 6 pages - A Dr. Heigler has created a ray that can destroy anything, but has gone mad and taken it. Brent (Agent 21) and Tina (Agent 23) are sent after him and his deadly ray.
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14 An Eye For An Eye An Eye For An Eye
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 11/05/1966 - 01/14/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #94-#104 (11 issues with 2 pages each)
S.O.F.R.A.M. has a new plan to use planatomic missiles to destroy London as the opening salvo of a new assault.
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15 Attack of the Giant Leaves Attack of the Giant Leaves
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 01/21/1967 - 03/18/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #105-#113 (9 issues with 2 pages each)
S.O.F.R.A.M. makes use of giant mechanized leaves to attack the colony on Mars.
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16 Back From The Dead Back From The Dead
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 03/25/1967 - 04/15/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #114-#117 (4 issues with 2 pages each)
Brent Cleever is stunned when he see his old colleague Tina alive again. Unfortunately it is a S.O.F.R.A.M. plan to destroy him.
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17 Communication Breakdown Communication Breakdown
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 04/22/1967 - 06/03/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #118-#124 (7 issues with 2 pages each)
Fellow agent Jack Reed is killed on Neptune as he and 21 try to stop an attempt to take over the solar system after all communications has been stopped.
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18 Revolution Revolution
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 06/10/1967 - 07/22/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #125-#131 (7 issues with 2 pages each)
A coup attempt by a group of the Military Police is made in order to force America from the World Government. S is promoted to assist the World President and 21 is made head of the USS.
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19 Tough At The Top Tough At The Top
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 07/29/1967 - 08/19/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #132-#135 (4 issues with 2 pages each)
Now in charge, 21 decides to go after S.O.F.R.A.M. with everything he has. This does not work out well for him and S must return to get him out of trouble.
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20 The Killer Robots The Killer Robots
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer), Rab Hamilton (artist)
Copyright: 1967

Printed in TV Century 21, Annual 1968 (5 pages)
Robots created to work in factories have been programmed to attack whenever left alone with a human.
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21 Double Cross Double Cross
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: John Davis (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 08/26/1967 - 09/23/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #136-#140 (3 issues with 2 pages each & 2 issues with 1 page each)
Cleever is less than thrilled when ordered to exchange the master S.O.F.R.A.M. spy Soberge for some young scientists the evil group had snatched.
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22 The Assassin The Assassin
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 09/30/1967 - 10/28/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #141-#145 (5 issues with 2 pages each)
21 is hired to be the bodyguard for his next target, an assassin named Thor Jonason.
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23 Perpetual Conflict Perpetual Conflict
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 11/04/1967 - 12/09/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #146-#151 (6 issues with 2 pages each)
S.O.F.R.A.M. has kidnapped an important scientist which 21 is now out to free, with the help of the World Space Patrol.
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24 A Matter Of Honor A Matter Of Honor
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 12/16/1967 - 12/30/1967

Printed in TV Century 21, #152-#154 (3 issues with 2 pages each)
Secret Agent 21 is charged with the gravest crime in the book, that of "Treason!" But is he really guilty or not?
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25 Mission Impossible Mission Impossible
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV Century 21, Annual 1969 (5 pages)
21 is presumed dead on a mission to Neptune. When he returns amazingly alive months later, he tries to kill S while brainwashed.
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26 Rebirth: Mr. Magnet Rebirth: Mr. Magnet
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV Century 21, #155-#162 (8 issues with 2 pages each)
1st of 6 Mr. Magnet story arcs.
Brent Cleever has retired and moved into a farm in Gloucestershire to tinker with projects. An accident in the lab gives him powers of magnetism. The World President offers him a job as his unofficial secret agent.
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27 The Man and the Challenge The Man and the Challenge
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV Century 21, #163-#168 (6 issues with 2 pages each)
2nd of 6 Mr. Magnet story arcs.
The challenge for Brent Cleever, Mr. Magnet, given him by the World President, is to break into a high security secret facility. Doing so, Cleever discovers a Bereznik spy.
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28 The Lemming Therapy The Lemming Therapy
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV Century 21, #169-#174 (6 issues with 2 pages each)
3rd of 6 Mr. Magnet story arcs.
When a member of the World Government blows himself up at a nuclear power plant, Mr. Magnet, Brent Cleever, traces his actions to a health clinic. Cleever learns that the head doctor has created a hypnotic impulse transplanter.
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29 Sharper Then The Serpent's Tooth Sharper Then The Serpent's Tooth
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV Century 21, #175-#180 (6 issues with 2 pages each)
4th of 6 Mr. Magnet story arcs.
The young teenage son of the World President has been kidnapped. Brent Cleever, aka Mr. Magnet, traces the clues to Unity City and the office of the Vice President.
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30 Cold Comfort Camp Cold Comfort Camp
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV Century 21, #181-#185 (5 issues with 2 pages each)
5th of 6 Mr. Magnet story arcs.
When troops attached to the Siberian World Army stationed at Camp Lenin stage a revolt, The World President sends Mr. Magnet in to stop it.
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31 Full Circle Full Circle
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV Century 21, #186-#191 (6 issues with 2 pages each)
5th of 6 Mr. Magnet story arcs.
The magnetic powers that Brent Cleever, Mr. Magnet, enjoyed wear off. He is offered a new job as the head of the USS.
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32 Back in the USS Back in the USS
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #192-#197 (12 pages)
Secret Agent 21, Brent Cleever, has discovered that robots known as the Titans have infested the Earth.
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33 Terror of the Titan Terror of the Titan
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #198-#205 (16 pages)
Helping Secret Agent 21 fight the Titans is the World Space Patrol and WASP. It is discovered that the President of Bereznik is a robot.
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34 The Titans The Titans
Published by City Magazines
Contributors: Rab Hamilton (artist), Tod Sullivan (writer)
Copyright: 1969

Printed in TV Century 21, Annual 1970 (5 pages) - [plot unknown]
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35 The Hypnotist The Hypnotist
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1968

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #206-#211 (12 pages)
The man known as the Great Hypnotist is stealing vital government secrets and when Secret Agent 21 goes after him, he almost steals 21.
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36 S.O.F.R.A.M.'s Revenge S.O.F.R.A.M.'s Revenge
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1969

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #212-#216 (10 pages)
S.O.F.R.A.M. is determined to put an end to Secret Agent 21 once and for all. It does not quite go that way.
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37 Journey to the Centre of the Red Planet Journey to the Centre of the Red Planet
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1969

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #217-#225 (18 pages)
Secret Agent 21 agrees to join an expedition exploring deep inside Mars and counters two different ancient civilizations.
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38 Space Pirates Space Pirates
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1969

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #226-#230 (10 pages)
The USS under the command of Secret Agent 21 goes to war with space pirates.
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39 The Syndicate of the Faceless Ones The Syndicate of the Faceless Ones
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1969

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #231-#237 (14 pages)
Secret Agent 21 is joined by a robot dog named Kingdom as he goes up against an interplanetary crime syndicate.
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40 On The Trail of Zirgon On The Trail of Zirgon
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1969

Printed in TV 21 and Tornado, #238-#242 (10 pages)
Though he destroyed the syndicate in the last mission, Secret Agent 21 is now after the leader who had escapted.
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41 The Mirage-Makers The Mirage-Makers
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 1970

Printed in Thunderbirds, Annual 1971 (6 pages)
Secret Agent 21 and his robot dog, Kingdom, are at the Kelhaven Docks to ensure nothing goes wrong with an unescorted gold shipment. Something goes wrong.
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GAMES

Number of Games:3
First Appearance:1965
Last Appearance:1966

1 Spytracker Spytracker
Boardgame
City Magazines
Copyright: 1965

Printed in TV Century 21 Summer Extra 1965 on pages 32 & 33 - A game for 2 to 8 players that is played something like the games of Parcheesi or Sorry! Half the players play as Special Agents of U.S.S.(like Agent 21 or Agent 23) and the other half as Enemy Agents. This means that 1 to 4 players are the good guys and the other 1 to 4 player are the bad guys. Special Agents start at one of the 4 planets in the corner of board and the Enemy Agent start at Zalar in the center. The player that goes around the board and returns to where he started is the winner.

2 Operation Airport Operation Airport
Boardgame
City Magazines
Copyright: 1966

Printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1967 on page 34 - A game for 2 player with the object being a race to the Inter-Planet Airport and the player there first is the winner of the game. Secret Agent 21 is played by a player (from the upper left) and the other player plays as another spy (from lower right). Buttons are used as counters and some type of top (not pictured or found) is used like dice.

3 Secret Agent 21 - The Puzzles Secret Agent 21 - The Puzzles
Series of Puzzles
City Magazines
Copyright: 1966

A 3 Puzzles Series printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1967 on page 35 as follows;
1. Other Planets - Find the names of other planets in our solar system.
2. Security Patrol - Discover the best way through security, if you can.
3. International Airlines - Can you name these airlines? See how many you might know.
Note: Answer are include on page 101 of Annual. Only the answers to puzzles include here.

ODDS & ENDS

Number of Items:4
First Appearance:1966
Last Appearance:1967

1 Biography - 21 Biography - 21
Character Profile
City Magazines
Copyright: 1966

Printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1967 - A brief one page history of Brent Cleever who is Secret Agent 21 that is followed by a page of pics.

2 Biography - Tina Biography - Tina
Character Profile
City Magazines
Copyright: 1966

Printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1967 - A brief one page history of Tina Palamac who becomes Agent 23 that is followed by a page of pics.

3 21's Aptitude Test 21's Aptitude Test
Character Test
City Magazines
Copyright: 1967

Printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1968 - A test taken by Brent Cleever (Agent 21) to see how well he saw thing. How good are you with this type of test? See for yourself!

4 Investigation U.S.S. Investigation U.S.S.
Feature Article
City Magazines
Copyright: 1967

Printed in TV Century 21 Annual 1968 - Secret Agent 21 (Brent Cleever) gives a top secret tour to the operations of the U.S.S. to possible new recruits.

MY COMMENTS

       In my mind Brent Cleever was designed to be James Bond in space though toned down to suit the younger audience. No dalliances for Cleever but a whole lot of nifty gadgets to use on his missions. Most of these 'toys' comes disguised as, well, toys, since the character's cover was a toy salesman. One is a toy soldier with a toy gun which is also a laser he uses to cut his way into things. You get the idea.
       The originality of the series is quite good, IMHO, though the settings on planets like Jupiter tend to leave scientific facts by the wayside. But then, it is meant for kids and if I were a kid, which emotionally I still am, I would have loved it (and kinda still do).

GRADE

My Grade: B

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