The adventures of John Drake have also been depicted in comic book form. In 1961, Dell Comics in the US (whose book-publishing cousin issued the Telfair novel) published a one-shot Danger Man comic as part of its long-running Four Color series, based upon the first series format. It depicted Drake as having red hair, a trait shared with Patrick McGoohan, but which was unseen as Danger Man had been made only in monochrome at that time. In 1966, Gold Key Comics published two issues of a Secret Agent comic book based upon the hour-long series (this series should not be confused with Secret Agent, an unrelated comic book series published by Charlton Comics in 1967, formerly titled Sarge Steel). In Britain, a single Danger Man comic book subtitled \"Trouble in Turkey\" appeared in the mid-1960s and a number of comic strip adventures appeared in hardback annuals. French publishers also produced several issues of a Destination Danger comic book in the 1960s, although their Drake was blond. Spanish publishers produced a series titled Agent Secreto. The Germans were particularly prolific, using 'John Drake' and a picture of McGoohan, as the cover for hundreds of \"krimi\" magazines.
Musím souhlasit s tím, že novější díly Pojďte, pane, budeme si hrát, které namluvil namísto Rudolfa Deyla František Filipovský jsou opravdu jiné a slabší než ty starší. Chybí jim víc invence i víc humoru. Že by v tom hrála roli pauza mezi dobou jejich vzniku 1967-1969(06.03.2008) 59ce067264