Bond gets himself a bit tied up with this new operative on the board causing problems and intrigue for all. She doesn’t feature too much in this issue, as Bond and ‘Q’ try to find out more. Meanwhile though we get a new heavy hitter to take on Bond. He does get taken care of – although it seems we will see more of him in later issues.
Bond has a plan, and although it doesn’t work out exactly how he wants, there is some success. Whether or not that works is another question.
This continues to be some classic Bond in this world, with a good cross between the films and the books!
From the pages of 2000 AD – a digest version of Judge Dredd, out this week! CREATIVE TEAM: John Wagner, Alan Grant, Ian Edginton, Rob Williams (w) R.M. Guerra, Simon Coleby, Dave Taylor, Michael Dowling […]
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The latest Roy Of The Rovers is available this week from Rebellion! CREATIVE TEAM: Rob Williams (w) Ben Willsher (a) John Charles, Guilherme Lindemberg Mendes (c) Jim Campbell(l) RELEASE DATE: 27th June 2019 PAPERBACK, 56 […]