James Bond appears in 543 issues.
In the film, a cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.
007 deals with the fallout of having MI6's active case list fall into terrorist hands.
James Bond is out for revenge against Quantum, the vast criminal organization that caused the death of his lover, Vesper.
In this reboot of the franchise, James Bond must prevent an arms dealer from winning millions in a high-stakes game of wits and cunning.
After spending a year in a North Korean prison, Bond is released only to find that MI6 suspects him of leaking information to the enemy. Bond has to clear his name.
Bond is assigned with protecting Electra King, an oil mogul whose father was murdered by Renard, an elusive terrorist. Bond becomes Electra's lover but finds himself sharing the position with Renard. The former terrorist being Elektra's puppet.
Elliot Carver, a media mogul, orchestrates a conflict between the United States and the People's Republic of China. Bond teams up with Colonel Wai Lin, a Chinese lady spy, to stop the conflict from beginning.
The Cold War is over and Bond has to adapt to a new world. But his new enemy is a familiar face: Alec Trevelyan, an MI6 agent who faked his death back in 1986. Bond is assisted by Natalya Simonova, a computer programmer.
Bond resigns MI6 to go on a personal mission of revenge. He is also caught in a love triangle with Pam Bouvier and Lupe Lamora.
General Gogol of the KGB (appearing in every Bond film since 1977) has just retired. His successor Leonid Pushkin seem to be much more aggressive and his term starts with bloody incidents. But is recently defected Soviet agent Georgi Koskov a reliable source of information?
In the San Andreas Fault, sinking the Silicon Valley to the Pacific Ocean. Bond works with geologist Stacey Sutton to prevent it.
A 1983 remake of "Thunderball". The key difference is the characterization of James Bond. The film has a middle-aged Bond treated as a relic by MI6 and considering his own retirement. There are several references to his mortality.
An alliance between Kamal Khan and General Orlov, respectively an exiled Afghan Prince and a renegade Soviet General, smuggles Russian historical treasures to the West. But the duo has more sinister plans.
Bond has to face Aristotle Kristatos, a Greek smuggler who has stolen a secret communication system from the Royal Navy. This is more of a revenge film focused on the quest of Melina Havelock whose father was killed on orders of Kristatos.
Hugo Drax plans to annihilate the human race through satellite-launched attacks. Only a hand-full of his agents will survive to breed a master pace in space stations. Bond teams-up with Dr. Holly Goodhead to stop him.
Karl Stromberg plans to trigger World War III and then recreate human civilization underwater. Bond teams up with his Soviet counterpart, Anya Amasova of the KGB, to stop him.
Bond is targeted by Francisco Scaramanga, a master assassin looking for a challenge. The prize of their fight is a device harvesting solar energy, able to overcome an ongoing energy crisis.
Bond investigates the major drug-smuggling operation of Mr. Big, a Harlem-based crime lord. To find this is only an alias of Dr. Kananga, dictator of San Monique. Bond is helped by Solitaire, a Haitian psychic. Kananga is assisted by Baron Samedi, a Voodoo sorcerer.
Bond investigates a diamond-smuggling network only to discover the diamonds are used to develop laser weaponry. The man responsible is again Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Bond's partner for the case is diamond thief Tiffany Case.
Bond again faces Ernst Stavro Blofeld. This time Blofeld has brainwashed various young girls to be his Angels of Death, distributing bioweapons around the planet
American and Soviet spacecrafts have been disappearing while in orbit and the two powers are on the verge of war. MI6 fakes the death of Bond and has him investigating the organization responsible, SPECTRE.
A James Bond spoof, loosely based on the original novel. James Bond is a veteran agent who retired back in World War I. MI6 recalls him back to action to face the rival SMERSH organization. He becomes the New M and shares the code name James Bond with six other agents.
SPECTRE has stolen two nuclear bombs from NATO. Bond has to face Emilio Largo, second-in-command of the organization. He finds an ally in Dominique "Domino" Derval who was already planning to assassinate Largo.
Bond has to face Auric Goldfinger, a businessman intend on destroying Fort Knox and its gold reserves. James seduces Pussy Galore, Goldfinger's chief pilot.
James Bond willingly falls into an assassination ploy involving a naive Russian beauty in order to retrieve a Soviet encryption device that was stolen by SPECTRE.
A resourceful British government agent seeks answers in a case involving the disappearance of a colleague and the disruption of the American space program.
Bond is turned to an American CIA agent. Love interest Valerie Mathis is a French agent.
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