Top 5 James Bond comics by Dynamite Entertainment

Dynamite Entertainment is a publisher of comic books that has produced a number of James Bond comics over the years. Here are the top 5.

1. James Bond: Casino Royale

This comic adaptation of Ian Fleming’s first James Bond novel is a must-read for any Bond fan. The story follows 007 as he takes on Le Chiffre, a French communist and paymaster of a Soviet trade union. The artwork by artist Gabriel Hardman captures the gritty, noir feel of the original novel, and writer Van Jensen stays true to Fleming’s source material.

2. James Bond: Hammerhead

Set in the present day, Hammerhead sees Bond investigating a sinister tech billionaire named Kraken. The story has all the hallmarks of a classic Bond adventure, with high-speed chases, beautiful women, and a dastardly villain. Writer Andy Diggle and artist Luca Casalanguida deliver an action-packed story that will satisfy any fan of the franchise.

3. James Bond: Vargr

Vargr is the first original James Bond comic from Dynamite, and it doesn’t disappoint. The story sees Bond investigating a drug smuggling ring in Berlin, and features a memorable villain in the form of Kraken, a former KGB agent with a grudge against MI6. Writer Warren Ellis and artist Jason Masters capture the spirit of Fleming’s novels while updating the character for modern audiences.

4. James Bond: Eidolon

Eidolon sees Bond taking on a shadowy organisation known as Eidolon, which is responsible for a series of deadly attacks around the world. The story features some of the franchise’s most iconic elements, including gadgets, car chases, and beautiful women. Writer Warren Ellis and artist Jason Masters deliver a fast-paced, action-packed adventure that will satisfy any Bond fan.

5. James Bond: Black Box

Black Box is a standalone adventure that sees Bond investigating a mysterious box with the power to destroy anything in its path. The story takes Bond to Tokyo, where he teams up with a Japanese secret agent to take on a ruthless villain named Tiger Tanaka. Writer Benjamin Percy and artist Rapha Lobosco deliver a thrilling story that combines the best elements of classic Bond with a modern sensibility.

The James Bond comics from Dynamite Entertainment offer a fresh take on the iconic spy, while staying true to the spirit of the original novels and films.

Whether you’re a die-hard Bond fan or a newcomer to the franchise, these comics are well worth checking out.

Episode 237: Remembering Connery, Sean Connery

Martyn and Chris pay tribute to the late, great Sir Sean Connery, discussing his legendary portrayal of James Bond and his other notable film roles. They also explore what they’d like to see in future James Bond video games, from more creative and challenging missions to improved AI for enemies.

In addition, Chris shares his decision to quit Twitter, citing the toxic environment and negative impact it was having on his mental health. The conversation delves into the broader issue of online toxicity and the importance of creating a healthier digital space.

Listeners are sure to enjoy this thoughtful and engaging discussion of one of cinema’s most iconic actors and the wider issues surrounding social media.

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Christoph Waltz to play Blofeld

About a month ago it was rumoured that Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained) was going to play the villain in Bond 24.
It was confirmed today that he will be playing the classic Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

The character has been held up by legal battles for decades. But, last year MGM settled a lawsuit with writer Kevin McClory regarding the rights to SPECTRE and the character of Blofeld.

He’s probably the most iconic villain in the Bond franchise, so it would make sense for MGM to want him back.
I love Christoph Waltz and I can’t wait to see what he does with the role.

Shooting starts in January and it will be released on November 6th, 2015. The movie is again directed by Sam Mendes.