Thursday, October 22, 2015


Cannot wait for this new James Bond comic book!

Dynamite Entertainment, hosts licensing from Edgar Rice Burroughs and King Media, signed an agreement with Ian Fleming Publications, giving them worldwide publishing rights for comic book, digital comics, and graphic novels featuring the most well-known secret agent of all time: James Bond. Under the terms of the agreement, they have full access for adaptations of the fourteen James Bond novels written by Ian Fleming (as seen above looking very Bond-ish himself), as well as rights to create new works featuring the characters. Both are in the works, in monthly comic, digital comic, and graphic novel form.

Francavilla cover.

Dynamite's first plans for new works, focusing on Bond’s early years and origins, establishing who he was prior to Casino Royale, the first novel and showing how he gained the reputation that allowed his cocky introduction to come to life.

Masters cover.

James Bond returns to London after a mission of vengeance in Helsinki, to take up the workload of a fallen 00 Section agent. But something evil is moving through the back streets of the city, and sinister plans are being laid for Bond in Berlin...

Jock (The Losers) cover.

The Hardman, Mooney & Reardon covers, I like the Readdon & Mooney (red dress) covers.
It is fitting that Warren (Red, Reload) Ellis is writing the first six issue story arc, Vargr, with interior art by Jason (Batman Incorporated, Guardians of the Galaxy) Masters and the cover by Dom (2000 AD) Reardon.

My favorite Bond, next to Connery of course!

Hits stores November 4th in advance of the block buster movie, Spectre, opening on November 6th!

Reardon cover for Issue #2. Nice!

Panosian cover for Issue #2!

Cover for Issue #3! Edgier!
Rarely seen illustration of Bond by Jim Aparo! Good Connery likeness!
There is a new Bond book, set after the events in Goldfinger, using original unpublished Ian Fleming material! James Bond saves Stirling Moss in a Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. Pussy Galore returns. The novel is Trigger Mortis by Anthony Horowitz.

You don't want to miss it. I'm reading it right now and it's fabulous.

Live Large My Friends! 

Thank You!

Classics Illustrated adaptation of the first Bond novel. Great Connery likeness on the interior artwork.
DC reprinted the Classics Illustrated adaptation with a new Bob Brown cover!
Topps Comics incomplete Bond series, covers for the published first issue & unpublished second issue by Brian Stelfreeze!
One of my personal favorites, Doug Moench & Paul Gulacy doing 007!

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