Ian Fleming's Original James Bond Novels Get Graphic Novel Adaptations

Dynamite Entertainment has announced the first-ever graphic novel adaptations of Ian Fleming‘s original James Bond novels, beginning with his seminal debut, Casino Royale, slated for release in November. 23 more words


TV Pick of the Day - Sunday 17 July

Film fan Zoe Butcher has a plethora of picks for tonight’s viewing… 144 more words


Take Two #4: Making VFX Magic

I interviewed the visual effects gurus behind Pacific Rim and Casino Royale for this feature:

How to make a 250ft tall monster-fighting robot

New Casino Royale Graphic Novel

Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new graphic novel adaptation of Ian Fleming’s original James Bond novels, beginning with Casino Royale, due for release in November 2016. 13 more words

James Bond

James Bond: The Spy Spectrum

Everyone knows James Bond as the poster boy for super spy fiction. Cool gadgets, beautiful girls, and godlike villains commanding over impossibly powerful organizations. In a world where a pen can be anything from a death laser to an ultra powerful bomb, it’s pretty easy to understand why James Bond has become the inspiration for so many spy fiction parodies. 583 more words

Literature Effect Blog

'Bons baisers de France' - James Bond's Travels in France

On this Bastille Day, we are delighted to welcome our French cousins commander007.net at Station F, to contribute their thoughts on James Bond in France. Profitez! 1,961 more words

Between The Covers

Bond the Holy Fool

Goldeneye was the first James Bond film in which M, the head of British intelligence, was played by a woman. In her first scene with Bond, she eviscerates him as an anachronism in a world moved past the misogyny and sexual objectification of the 1950s Bond novels. 771 more words