In the early 60's James Bond was everywhere,
including national tabloids and broadsheets. Titan Books
have republished the original 1987, 80 page classic "The
Man with the Golden Gun". These uniquely structured
comic strips saw Bond fighting his foes everyday in only
then three panels. Each strip was carefully crafted to
communicate Location, Plot and Character development
to the reader.
Today sees the launch of the revised Jim Lawrence and
Yaroslav Horak original graphic novel based on Ian Fleming's
Bond novel first published in 1965. The first re-issue
boasts new cover art which is a reworked cell from panel
the earlier 1967 adaptation of "The Spy Who Loves Me".
The Spy Who Loved Me - Introduction:
The revised version of the graphic novel is introduced
by Fleming's niece, Lucy Fleming, in which she talks
her personal experiences with Fleming with fondness, and
tales of sneaking peeks at the novels.
Above: Cells from "The Man with the Golden Gun"