James bond gets to *ahem* know this mysterious assassin, we get some of her history and what she is out there for. After an excellent car chase (with some excellent comments from Boothroyd – ‘Q’) we get to the crux of it all and the final trap. It’s very well done, with a combination of tech and old fashioned spying. I think that this issue is more like the movies and has some good movie tropes as well as some commentary on them. The locations are really well done too – I had heard of a Suicide Forest, so that was good.
The trap seems to have been sprung, so next issue looks to be good too!
It’s a race against the other agencies too!
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