007 Timeline

1953

  • April, 13th – Publication of Casino Royale novel by Ian Fleming.

1954

  • April, 5th – Publication of Live and Let Die novel by Ian Fleming
  • October, 21 – Broadcast of TV adaptation of Casino Royale starring Barry Nelson on an episode of CBS drama anthology series, Climax!

1955

  • April, 5th – Publication of Moonraker novel by Ian Fleming

1956

  • March, 26th – Publication of Diamonds Are Forever novel by Ian Fleming
  • Radio adaptation of Moonraker novel was aired on Springbok Radio in South Africa.

1957

  • April, 8th – Publication of From Russia With Love novel by Ian Fleming

1958

  • March, 23rd – Publication of Dr. No novel by Ian Fleming
  • July, 7th – Start of the comic strip adaption of Casino Royale in the Daily Express newspaper
  • December, 15th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Live and Let Die in the Daily Express newspaper.

1959

  • March, 23rd – Publication of Goldfinger novel by Ian Fleming
  • March, 30th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Moonraker in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • May – Publication of The Quantum of Solace short story in Cosmopolitan magazine.
  • September, 21st – Publication of From A View To A Kill short story (under the title James Bond and the Murder Before Breakfast) in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • October, 8th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Diamonds Are Forever in the Daily Express newspaper.

1960

  • February, 3rd – Start of the comic strip adaptation of From Russia With Love in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • March, 10th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Goldfinger in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • March – Publication of The Hildebrand Rarity short story by Ian Fleming in Playboy magazine.
  • April 11th – Publication of For Your Eyes Only short story collection by Ian Fleming which included; From A View To A Kill, For Your Eyes Only, A Quantum of Solace, Risico, and The Hildebrand Rarity.
  • April 11th – Publication of the Risico short story (under the title of The Double Take) in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • May, 23rd – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Doctor No in the Daily Express newspaper.

1961

  • March, 27th – Publication of the Thunderball novel by Ian Fleming
  • April, 3rd – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Risico in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • June, 25th – Start of the comics strip adaptation of From A View To A Kill in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • September, 11th – Start of the comics strip adaptation of For Your Eyes Only in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • November, 12th – Start of the comics strip adaptation of Thunderball in the Daily Express newspaper.

1962

  • February, 4th – Publication of The Living Daylights short story by Ian Fleming in The Sunday Times colour supplement.
  • April, 16th – Publication of The Spy Who Loved Me novel by Ian Fleming
  • October, 5th – Release of Dr. No movie starring Sean Connery.
  • Publication of comics adaptation of the Doctor No movie in the UK edition of Classics Illustrated #158a

1963

  • April, 1st – Publication of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service novel by Ian Fleming
  • April – Release of the comics adaptation of the Doctor No movie in the US by DC Comics in Showcase #43
  • October, 10th – Release of From Russia With Love movie starring Sean Connery.
  • October – Publication of the 007 in New York short story by Ian Fleming in the New York Herald Tribune.
  • November – Publication of The Property of a Lady short story by Ian Fleming in the Sotheby’s Auction House annual The Ivory Hammer.

1964

  • March, 16th – Publication of You Only Live Twice novel by Ian Fleming
  • June, 29th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service in the Daily Express newsletter.
  • September, 17th – Release of Goldfinger movie starring Sean Connery.
  • December – Publication of Japanese comics adaptation of Live and Let Die in Boys Life magazine.

1965

  • April 1st – Publication of The Man With The Golden Gun novel by Ian Fleming
  • May, 18th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of You Only Live Twice in the Daily Express newspaper
  • October, 4th – Publication of the Octopussy short story by Ian Fleming in the Daily Express.
  • September – Publication of Japanese comics adaptation of Thunderball in Boys Life magazine.
  • December, 9 – Release of Thunderball movie starring Sean Connery.
  • December – Publication of the hardback James Bond 1966 Annual in the UK

1966

  • January, 10th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of The Man With The Golden Gun in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • April – Publication of Japanese comics adaptation of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service in Boys Life magazine.
  • June, 23rd – Publication of the Octopussy & The Living Daylights short story collection by Ian Fleming which included: Octopussy, and The Living Daylights. (Later editions added Property of a Lady, and 007 in New York to the collection.)
  • September, 12th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of The Living Daylights in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • November, 14th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Octopussy in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • December – Publication of the hardback James Bond 1967 Annual in the UK

1967

  • January – Publication of Japanese comics adaptation of The Man With The Golden Gun in Boys Life magazine.
  • April, 13 – Release of Casino Royale movie starring David Niven.
  • May, 29th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of The Hildebrand Rarity in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • June, 12 – Release of You Only Live Twice movie starring Sean Connery
  • December, 18th – Start of the comic strip adaptation of The Spy Who Loved Me in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • Publication of The 1968 James Bond Annual which included the newspaper strip adaptation of Live and Let Die.

1968

  • March – Publication of Colonel Sun novel by ‘Robert Markham’ (Kingsley Amis).
  • October, 4th – Start of original comic strip adventure The Harpies in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • Publication of 003 1/2: The Adventures of James Bond Junior novel by ‘R.D. Mascott’ (Roald Dahl?).
  • Publication of a Risico adaptation in issue #1 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a Hildebrand Rarity adaptation in issue #2 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a For Your Eyes Only in issue #3 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Deadly Gold in issue #4 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Gold for Le Chiffre in issue #5 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Ultra Secret in issue #6 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Child’s Play in issue #7 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a Casino Royale adaption in issue #8 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Gold and Death in issue #11 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • December – Publication of the hardback James Bond 1969 Annual in the UK

1969

  • June, 24th – Start of the original comic strip adventure River of Death in the Daily Express newspaper
  • December, 1st – Start of the comic strip adaptation of Colonel Sun in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • December, 18 – Release of One Her Majesty’s Secret Service movie starring George Lazenby.
  • Publication of the original comics story Relentless Pursuit in issue #12 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Berlin Intrigue in issue #15 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Holiday for a Spy in issue #16 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Crime at the Discotheque in issue #17 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a Moonraker adaptation in issue #18 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile
  • Publication of the original comics story Deadly Safari in issue #19 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a Doctor No adaptation in issue #20 of 007 James Bond comics series in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story A Beauty in Distress in issue #21 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a From Russia With Love adaptation in issue #22 of 007 James Bond comics series in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The C.I.P.E.T. Affair in issue #24 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Crows in issue #25 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Missing Pilot in issue #26 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Sacrilige in issue #27 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a Thunderball adaptation in issues #28 and #33 of 007 James Bond comics series in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Queen of Bees in issue #29 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Intrigue in the Artic in issue #30 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.

1970

  • August, 21st – Start of the original comic strip story The Golden Ghost in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Silk Cord in issue #31 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Hand of Fate in issue #32 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Doubles in issue #35 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Beach of Flowers in issue #36 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of a On Her Majesty’s Secret Service adaptation in issues #38 and #39 of 007 James Bond comics series in Chile.
  • Publication of a You Only Live Twice adaptation in issue #40 of 007 James Bond comics series in Chile
  • Publication of a Man With The Golden Gun adaptation in issue #41 of 007 James Bond comics series in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Death is Amused in issue #42 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Executioner in issue #43 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Bait in issue #44 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Cry of Freedom in issue #45 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Danger At Dock 4 in issue #46 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Prince And The Dragon in issue #47 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story A Warm Summer Afternoon in issue #48 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Body Guard in issue #49 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story 5 Degrees Below Zero in issue #50 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Saboteurs in issue #51 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story A Pleasure Trip in issue #52 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Mercenaries in issue #53 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Inferno In Sicily in issue #54 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Yeti in issue #55 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Golden Dolphin in issue #56 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Rally of Death in issue #57 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story Mystery on TV in issue #58 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.
  • Publication of the original comics story The Condemned in issue #59 of 007 James Bond comics series produced in Chile.

1971

  • January, 18th – Start of the original comic strip story Fear Face in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • April, 21st – Start of the original comic strip story Double Jeopardy in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • August, 30th – Start of the original comic strip story Starfire in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • December, 14 – Release of Diamonds Are Forever movie starring Sean Connery.
  • December, 28th – Start of the original comic strip story Trouble Shot in the Daily Express newspaper.

1972

  • June, 12th – Start of the original comic strip story Isle of Condors in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • October, 25th – Start of the original comic strip story League of Vampires in the Daily Express newspaper.

1973

  • March, 1st – Start of the original comic strip story Die With My Boots On in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • June, 19th – Start of the original comic strip story The Girl Machine in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • June, 27th – Release of Live and Let Die movie starring Roger Moore.
  • December, 4th – Start of the original comic strip story Beware of Butterflies in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • Publication of James Bond: The Authorized Biography of 007 by John Pearson.

1974

  • May, 13th – Start of the original comic strip story Nevsky Nude in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • September. 23rd – Start of the original comic strip story The Phoenix Project in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • December, 19 – Release of The Man With The Golden Gun movie starring Roger Moore.

1975

  • February, 19th – Start of the original comic strip story The Black Ruby Caper in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • July, 17th – Start of the original comic strip story Till Death Do Us Part in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • October, 15th – Start of the original comic strip story Torch-Time Affair in the Daily Express newspaper.

1976

  • January, 16th – Start of the original comic strip story Hot Shot in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • June, 1st – Start of the original comic strip story Nightbird in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • November, 5th – Start of the original comic strip story Ape of Diamonds in the Daily Express newspaper.

1977

  • January, 30th – Start of the original comic strip story When The Wizard Awakes in the Daily Express newspaper.
  • July, 7 – Release of The Spy Who Loved Me movie starring Roger Moore.
  • July – Publication of James Bond, The Spy Who Loved Me movie novelization by Christopher Wood.

1979

  • June, 26 – Release of Moonraker movie starring Roger Moore.
  • Publication of James Bond and Moonraker movie novelization by Christopher Wood.
  • A translated version of the unpublished original comic strip story Sea Dragon appears under the title Operation Big Mama in the Swedish James Bond Agent 007 comic.

1980

  • A translated version of the unpublished original comic strip story Death Wing appears in the Swedish James Bond Agent 007 comic.
  • A translated version of the unpublished original comic strip story The Xanadu Connection appears under the title Operation Xanadu in the Swedish James Bond Agent 007 comic.

1981

  • February, 2nd – Start of the original comic strip story Doomcrack in the Daily Star newspaper.
  • May – Publication of Licence Renewed novel by John Gardner.
  • June, 24 – Release of For Your Eyes Only movie starring Roger Moore.
  • August, 20th – Start of the original comic strip story The Paradise Plot in the Daily Star newspaper.
  • Publication of comics adaptation of For Your Eyes Only movie in the US by Marvel Comics.
  • Publication of the Marvel Comics adaptation of For Your Eyes Only in the UK James Bond Annual.
  • Publication of the The Illustrated James Bond 007 collection by the US James Bond Fan Club that included the newspaper adaptations of Diamonds Are Forever, From Russia With Love, and Doctor No.
  • A translated version of the unpublished original comic strip story Shark Bait appears under the title Operation Shark Bait in the Swedish James Bond Agent 007 comic.

1982

  • June, 7th – Start of the original comic strip story Deathmask in the Daily Star newspaper.
  • September – Publication of For Special Services novel by John Gardner.
  • Publication of the original comics story Den gyllene Traingeln (The Golden Triangle) in issue #59 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Release of Shaken But Not Stirred video game from Richard Sheprad Software

1983

  • February, 9th – Start of the original comic strip story Flittermouse in the Daily Star newspaper.
  • May, 23rd – Start of the original comic strip story Polestar in the Daily Star newspaper.
  • June, 6 – Release of Octopussy movie starring Roger Moore.
  • July, 15th – The original James Bond newspaper comics strips come to an abrupt halt in the middle of the Polestar story, ending a 25 year run.
  • July – Publication of Icebreaker novel by John Gardner
  • October, 7 – Release of Never Say Never Again movie starring Sean Connery
  • October – Publication of the James Bond 007: Role Playing in Her Majesty’s Secret Service role playing game by Victory Games.
  • October – Publication of the Goldfinger, and Octopussy role playing game adventure module by Victory Games.
  • Publication of the original comics story Operation Jungle Devils in issue #1 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Slavhandlarna (The Slave Traders) in issue #2 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Kodnamn Nemesis (Codename Nemesis) in issue #3 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Operation Burma in issue #6 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Likvidera Bond! (Liquidate Bond) in issue #7 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Den vita doden (The White Death) in issue #8 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of comics adaptation of Octopussy movie in Sweden by Semic.
  • Publication of comics adaptation of Octopussy movie in the US by Marvel Comics in Marvel Super Special #26, and in the UK in the James Bond Annual.
  • Release of the James Bond 007 video game from Parker Brothers.

1984

  • October – Publication of Role of Honour novel by John Gardner.
  • Publication of the original comics story Dodligt dubbelspel (Double Duplicity) in Semic Album #2 comic produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Operation: Little in issue #2 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Den galne kejsaren (The Mad Emporer) in issue #3 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Operation: Juggernaut in issue #5 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Operation: UFO in issue #6 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • A translated version of the unpublished original comic strip story The Scent of Danger appears under the title En Doft av Dod in issue #7 of the Swedish James Bond Agent 007 comic.
  • Publication of the original comics story Operation: Blucher in issue #6 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the Dr. No, You Only Live Twice, and Live and Let Die role playing game adventure modules by Victory Games.

1985

  • May, 22 – Release of A View To A Kill movie starring Roger Moore.
  • Publication of the James Bond titles loosely based on the A View To A Kill movie in the Find Your Fate series. Titles include: Win Place or Die by R.L. Stine, Strike It Deadly by Barbara & Scott Siegel, Programmed For Danger by Jean M. Favors, and Barracuda Run by Steven Otfinoski.
  • Publication of the PlayValue Books James Bond 007 Adventure Storybook series. Titles included: Storm Bringer, Blackclaw’s Doomsday Plot, Operation Big Brain, and Target 007.
  • Publication of a comics adaptation of the A View To A Kill movie produced by Semic in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Kodnamn Romeo (Codename Romeo) in issue #1 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • A translated version of the unpublished original comic strip story Snake Goddess appears under the title Operation Ragnarokk in issue #2 of the Swedish James Bond Agent 007 comic.
  • Publication of the original comics story Den grona doden (The Green Death) in issue #3 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Doden pa Tahiti (Death in Tahiti) in issue #4 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Bruden fran Balkan (The Bride From Balkan) in issue #6 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • Publication of the original comics story Kinesiskt pussel (Chinese Puzzle) in issue #7 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden
  • A translated version of the unpublished original comic strip story Double Eagle appears under the title Operation Dubbelornen in issue #8 of the Swedish James Bond Agent 007 comic.
  • Release of A View To A Kill: The Computer Game video game from Domark.
  • Release of James Bond 007: A View To A Kill video game from Mindscape.
  • Publication of the Goldfinger II: The Man With the Midas Touch, The Man With The Golden Gun, and A View To A Kill role playing game adventure modules by Victory Games.

1986

  • June – Publication of Nobody Lives Forever novel by John Gardner.
  • Publication of the original comics story Data Terror in issue #1 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Experiment Z in issue #3 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Doden i Florens (Death in Florence) in issue #5 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Dodlig dubbelgangare (Deadly Double) in issue #7 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Greek Fire in issue #10 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Sista paret ut (Last Pair Out) in issue Semic Album #4 comic produced in Sweden.
  • Release of the James Bond 007: Goldfinger video game.
  • Publication of the You Only Live Twice II: Back of Beyond, and For Your Eyes Only role playing game adventure modules by Victory Games.

1987

  • May – Publication of No Deals, Mr. Bond novel by John Gardner
  • June, 29 – Release of The Living Daylights movie starring Timothy Dalton.
  • Publication of comics adaptation of The Living Daylights movie in Sweden by Semic.
  • Publication of the original comics story Mordande musik (Killing Music) in issue #1 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Spionfallan (Spy Trap) in issue #2 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Amazonerna (The Amazons) in issue #3 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Dodande sand (Deadly Sand) in issue #4 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Tid for terror (Terror Time) in issue #5 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Den trettonde domare (The Thirteenth Judge) in issue #6 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Flykten fran Vietnam (Escape From Vietnam) in issue #9 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story De ododliga (The Immortals) in issue #10 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Intrig i Instanbul (Istanbul Intrigue) in issue #11 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Release of The Living Daylights video game from Domark
  • Publication of the On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, role playing game adventure modules by Victory Games.

1988

  • July – Publication of Scorpius novel by John Gardner.
  • Publication of the original comics story Kommando Kuba (Cuba Commandoes) in issue #1 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Dodlig dos (Lethal Dose) in issue #2 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Med doden i sikte (With Death in Sight) in issue #4 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Robo-Killer in issue #7 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Dance Macabre in issue #8 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Opertaion: Uboki in issue #11 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Levande dod (The Living Dead) in issue #12 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Release of the Live And Let Die video game from Domark

1989

  • June, 13 – Release of Licence to Kill movie starring Timothy Dalton
  • Publication of Win, Lose, or Die novel by John Gardner
  • Publication of Licence to Kill movie novelization by John Gardner
  • Publication of comics adaptation of Licence to Kill movie in the US by Eclipse Comics
  • Start of the Permission to Die comics mini series published in the US by Eclipse Comics.
  • Release of the 007: Licence To Kill video game from Domark.

1990

  • July – Publication of Brokenclaw novel by John Gardner
  • Publication of the original comics story Codename Mr. Blue in issue #1 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Farval Mr. Bond (Goodbye, Mr. Bond) in issue #5 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Publication of the original comics story Operation: Yakuza in issue #10 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Release of The Spy Who Loved Me video game by Domark
  • Release of James Bond: The Stealth Affair (aka Operation Stealth) video game by Interplay Productions
  • Radio adaptation of You Only Live Twice novel was aired by BBC Radio 4

1991

  • August – Publication of The Man From Barbarossa novel by John Gardner
  • September, 30th – Debut of the James Bond Jr. animated TV series.
  • Publication of the original comics story Giftfabriken (The Poison Factory) in issue #6 of James Bond, Agent 007 comics series produced in Sweden.
  • Release of a James Bond Jr. video game by Eurocom.

1992

  • January – Start of the James Bond Jr. comics series published by Marvel Comics in the US.
  • March, 2nd – Final episode of the James Bond Jr. animated TV series.
  • July – Publication of Death is Forever novel by John Gardner.
  • Publication of the James Bond Jr. TV series tie in novel series by John Vincent. Titles included: A View To A Thrill, The Eiffel Target, Live And Let’s Dance, Sandblast, Sword of Death, and High Stakes.
  • Start of the Serpent’s Tooth comics mini series published in the US by Dark Horse Comics.
  • Release of a James Bond Jr. video game by Gray Matter.

1993

  • July – Publication of Never Send Flowers novel by John Gardner.
  • Start of the Silent Armageddon comics mini series published in the US by Dark Horse Comics.
  • Publication of the original comics story Light of My Death in issues #8-11 of the Dark Horse Comics anthology series.
  • Release of James Bond 007: The Duel video game by Domark

1994

  • August – Publication of SeaFire novel by John Gardner
  • Publication of the original comics story Minute of Midnight in issue #25 of the Dark Horse Comics anthology series.
  • Start of the Shattered Helix comics mini series published in the US by Dark Horse Comics.

1995

  • October – Publication of Goldeneye movie novelization by John Gardner.
  • November, 13 – Release of Goldeneye movie starring Pierce Brosnan.
  • Start of The Quasimodo Gambit comics mini series published in the US by Dark Horse Comics.
  • Release of the Goldeneye video game from Tiger Electronics

1996

  • May – Publication of COLD novel by John Gardner.
  • Start of the comics adaptation of the Goldeneye movie published in the US by Topps Comics

1997

  • January – Publication of Blast From The Past short story by Raymond Benson published in Playboy magazine.
  • April – Publication of Zero Minus Ten novel by Raymond Benson.
  • November – Publication of Tomorrow Never Dies movie novelization by Raymond Benson.
  • December, 9 – Release of Tomorrow Never Dies movie starring Pierce Brosnan.
  • Release of the Goldeneye 007 video game from Nintendo

1998

  • May – Publication of The Facts of Death novel by Raymond Benson.
  • Release of the James Bond 007 video game from Nintendo

1999

  • January – Publication of the Midsummer’s Night’s Doom short story by Raymond Benson in Playboy magazine.
  • May – Publication of High Time to Kill novel by Raymond Benson.
  • November, 8th – Release of The World Is Not Enough movie starring Pierce Brosnan.
  • November – Publication of Live At Five short story by Raymond Benson in TV Guide.
  • November – Publication of The World Is Not Enough movie novelization by Raymond Benson.
  • Release of the Tomorrow Never Dies video game by Electronic Arts.

2000

  • May – Publication of Doubleshot novel by Raymond Benson
  • Release of The World Is Not Enough video game by Electronic Arts
  • Release of the 007 Racing video game from Electronic Arts

2001

  • November – Publication of Never Dream of Dying novel by Raymond Benson.
  • Release of the James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire video game from Electronic Arts

2002

  • May – Publication of The Man With The Red Tattoo novel by Raymond Benson.
  • November, 20 – Release of Die Another Day movie starring Pierce Brosnan.
  • November – Publication of the Die Another Day movie novelization by Raymond Benson
  • November – Release of the 007 Ice Racer mobile game from Vodafone
  • Release of the James Bond 007: Nightfire video game from Electronic Arts

2003

  • Release of the James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing video game from Electronic Arts.
  • Release of the 007 Hover Chase mobile game from Vodafone

2004

  • Release of the Goldeneye: Rogue Agent video game from Electronic Arts.

2005

  • March – Publication of Silverfin Young Bond novel by Charlie Higson.
  • Publication of the Moneypenny Diaries: Guardian Angel novel by ‘Kate Westbrook’ (Samantha Weinberg)
  • Release of the James Bond 007: From Russia With Love video game from Electronic Arts.

2006

  • January – Publication of Bloodfever Young Bond novel by Charlie Higson.
  • Publication of Secret Servant: Money Penny Diaries novel by ‘Kate Westbrook.’
  • November, 14th – Release of Casino Royale movie starring Daniel Craig.
  • November Publication of For Your Eyes Only, James Moneypenny short story by ‘Kate Westbrook’ in Tatler magazine.
  • November – Publication of Moneypenny’s First Date with Bond Moneypenny short story by ‘Kate Westbrook’ in The Spectator magazine.
  • November – Release of the Casino Royale mobile game from Sony
  • December – Release of the James Bond Trivia mobile game from Sony

2007

  • January – Publication of Double or Die Young Bond novel by Charlie Higson .
  • September – Publication of Hurricane Gold Young Bond novel by Charlie Higson.

2008

  • April – Release of the James Bond: Top Agent mobile game from Sony
  • May – Publication of Devil May Care novel by Sebastian Faulks.
  • May 24 – Radio adaptation of Doctor No novel was aired on BBC radio 4
  • September – Publication of By Royal Command Young Bond novel by Charlie Higson.
  • October, 29 – Release of Quantum of Solace movie starring Daniel Craig.
  • October – Publication of Silverfin Young Bond graphic novel adaptation.
  • November – Release of the Quantum of Solace mobile game from Glu Mobile.
  • Publication of The Moneypenny Diaries: Final Fling novel by ‘Kate Westbrook.’
  • Release of the 007: Quantum of Solace video game from Activision.

2009

  • October – Publication of A Hard Man To Kill Young Bond short story by Charlie Higson.

2010

  • April 3 – Radio adaption of Goldfinger novel aired on BBC Radio 4
  • Release of the Goldeneye 007 video game from Activision
  • Release of the James Bond 007: Bloodstone video game from Activision

2011

  • February – Release of the 007: Licence to Drive mobile game from Glu Mobile.
  • May – Publication of Carte Blanche novel by Jeffery Deaver.

2012

  • July 21 – Radio adaptation of From Russia With Love novel aired on BBC Radio 4
  • October, 23rd – Release of Skyfall movie starring Daniel Craig.
  • Release of the 007 Legends video game from Activision

2013

  • September – Publication of Solo novel by William Boyd.

2014

  • May 3 – Radio adaptation of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service novel aired on BBC Radio 4
  • November – Publication of Shoot To Kill Young Bond novel by Steve Cole.

2015

  • July 25 – Radio adaptation of Diamonds Are Forever novel aired on BBC Radio 4
  • July – Release of James Bond: World of Espionage mobile game from Glu Mobile.
  • September – Publication of Trigger Mortis novel by Anthony Horowitz.
  • October, 26th – Release of SPECTRE movie starring Daniel Craig
  • November – Start of the original comics story Vargr in issue #1 of the James Bond series from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.

2016

  • January – Start of the original comics story Eidolon in issue #7 of the James Bond series from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • May – Publication of Heads You Die Young Bond novel by Steve Cole.
  • September – Publication of Strike Lightning Young Bond novel by Steve Cole.
  • October – Start of the original comics story Hammerhead in the James Bond series from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • December 10 – Radio adaptation of Thunderball novel aired on BBC Radio 4

2017

  • January – Start of the original comics mini series James Bond: Felix Leiter from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • March – Start of the original comics story Black Box in the James Bond series from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • May – Publication of Red Nemesis Young Bond novel by Steve Cole.
  • May – Publication of the original comics story James Bond: Service from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • July – Start of the original comics story Kill Chain in the James Bond series from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • August – Publication of the original comics story James Bond: Moneypenny from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • November – Publication of the original comics story James Bond: Solstice from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.

2018

  • January – Start of the original comics story The Body in the James Bond series from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • February – Publication of the original comics story James Bond: M from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • March 31 – Radio adaptation of Moonraker novel aired on BBC Radio 4
  • April – Publication of the comics adaptation of the Casino Royale novel from Dynamite Entertainment in the US.
  • May – Publication of Forever And A Day novel by Anthony Horowitz.
  • September – Start of the James Bond Origin comics series published by Dynamite Entertainment in the US
  • November – Start of the original Odd Job comics story in issue #1 of James Bond: 007 published by Dynamite Entertainment in the US.

2019

  • May 4 – Radio adaptation of Live & Let Die novel aired on BBC Radio 4