Avengerland Revisited offers the definitive guide to this iconic series, with the filmed era of the show reviewed from every possible angle. Both editions contain the same content. It places the original series within its 1960s context and explores the ingredients which combine to make both The Avengers and The New Avengers unique: iconic characters; innovative script writers and direction; fashions; music; cars; sets and locations; the display of martial arts. Writers examine the structural elements of the show's winning formula: the main titles; teasers; tags. Essays tackle key themes: the country house trap; graveyards; the art of murder; in addition to looking at why this quintessentially British show is such an international success. Avengers veterans Roger Marshall and Raymond Austin offer insiders' views and Alan Hayes pays homage to the late, great Patrick Macnee. The Avengers is a unique, genre-defying television series which blurs the traditional boundaries between 'light entertainment' and subversive drama. It was a product of the constantly-evolving 1960s and the eclectic 1970s, yet retains a timeless charm. Avengerland Revisited is the definitive guide to that surreal never-never land.