Dynamite Comics

James Bond 007: Vargr (2016) Bond is sent to Berlin to investigate a probable source of a new drug that has been hitting the streets in Britain, and uncovers a plot by Siberian inventor Slaven Kurjak to develop a new type of narcotic Trojan horse to deliver bio-weapons [VARcb]

James Bond 007: Eidolon (2017) Bond is sent to extract a member of MI6’s diplomatic team whose cover has been blown, only to find out that she has uncovered a network of SPECTRE agents embedded in various intelligence agencies around the world [EIDcb]

James Bond 007: Felix Leiter (2017) Former CIA operative Felix Leiter is sent to Japan to help identify a suspected Russian agent and gets involved in the investigations into a suicide cult that may have global repercussions [FLcb]

James Bond 007: Hammerhead (2017) When the CEO of Britain’s’ leading arms company is assassinated while under Bond’s protection, it triggers a sequence of events that culminates in a threat against London and Bond literately turning his enemy’s weapon against them. [HAMcb]

James Bond 007: Service (2017) Bond is called in to help provide protection for a visiting American politician whose anti-British pronouncements triggers a group of extreme nationalists to take action [SERVcb]

James Bond 007: Black Box (2017) Bond is sent to Japan to retrieve a black box of digital secrets that’s being offered on to various governments and comes face to face with technology guru Saja Genji, and a former British special forces assassin who everyone believes is dead [BBOXcb]

James Bond 007: Moneypenny (2017) On a mission to Boston Moneypenny proves that she is more than just M’s executive assistant and is well qualified to be his ‘babysitter.’ [MPENcb]

James Bond 007: Solstice (2017) As Christmas draws near M asks Bond to head to Paris to intervene in a blossoming relationship between a Russian agent and someone with family ties at the top of MI6 [SOLcb]

James Bond 007: Kill Chain (2017) What appears to be a straight forward case of tracking gun-running to right wing terror groups draws Bond into a web of conspiracy and an effort to destabilize the NATO alliance [KILLcb]

James Bond: Casino Royale (2017) Graphic novel adaptation of the Ian Fleming novel. [CRcb]

James Bond 007: The Body (2018) As Bond undergoes a post-mission medical examination, he relays the story of his previous mission to the examiner. Each cut, bruise, and broken bone connected to a specific event of the mission. A connection is made between two people with different purposes: one to save lives, the other to take them. [BODYcb]

James Bond 007: M (2018) A traumatic event from M’s early days in the field returns to haunt him, forcing M to return to the scene of a crime…HIS crime. [Mcb]

James Bond: Origin (2018) The definitive account of seventeen year old James Bond’s activities during World War II as a recent recruit to the British Secret Service. [JBOcb]

Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007: Odd Job (2018) Agent 007 tracks a smuggler into Singapore to secure a dangerous case, contents unknown. But a Korean mystery man wants the case as well, for very different reasons. And if Bond and this new rival don’t kill each other, the ruthless terrorist organization known as ORU will be more than happy to finish the job. [ODDcb]

JAMES BOND: LIVE AND LET DIE (2019) – Graphic novel adapation of the Ian Fleming novel. [LALDcb]

Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007: Big (2019) When a priceless piece of art is found to be fake, investigations lead down a rabbit hole of international crime and corruption. But what the hell does James Bond know about the world of art forgery? [BIGcb]

James Bond: Reflections of Death (2020) Moneypenny has been kidnapped, and the mystery of who has her, and what they want, will only be revealed when (if?) 007 is able to complete his incredible missions. [RODAcb]