James Bond 007 - Light Of My Death
||Acme Comics LTD, Dark Horse Comics Inc,
Glidrose Publications LTD
|| Issue #1 - March 1st 1993 (Dark Horse
Issue #2 - April 1st 1993 (Dark Horse Comics #9)
Issue #3 - May 1st 1993 (Dark Horse Comics #10)
Issue #4 - June 1st 1993 (Dark Horse Comics #11)
||Paul Gulacy, Egon Selby
|Assist Writing and Inking:
||Mr Amos, Unnamed sniper
||Commander Ratray, Paul Goulart, Moneypenny,
M, Major Boothroyd
||French Alps; London, UK, Lyon, France;
Chamonix, France; Cairo, Egypt; Hong Kong
Above: James Bond featured on the cover
of Dark Horse Comics # 10, part 3 of "Light Of My Death".
Issue #1: Bond learns of a mysterious incident in the French Alps
Issue #2: Bond heads out to investigate the death of Rogers. He
encounters enemies and a long lost friend.
Issue #3: Bond learns more of Amos's plans and escapes with his
life whilst at sea.
Issue #4: Bond puts into action his scheme with the help of Q and
dispatches the sniper using the laser rifle.
Above: Cover art for of Dark Horse
Comics issues #8, #9 and #11 (featuring "Light Of My
Death" parts 1, 2 and 4 respectively).
Bond: "If I may say, I gave him a head start"
"Light Of My Death" is the only James Bond comic
book based in a period setting. The year is specified as
1961, and explains the involvement of Tatiana Romanova
The villain of the piece, Mr Amos, is the owner of a suspiciously
similar white cat, which he places on his lap (Blofeld could
not be used for legal reasons).
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