Issue #59 of the full-colour James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential is now shipping worldwide.
As we enter the third year in which the 25th James Bond film was scheduled to be released, it’s a salient time to look back at how the franchise planned to stay alive during the last big hiatus in the early 1990s with a much-derided kids cartoon series.
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This issue also reveals the artwork chosen to update M’s office in No Time To Die and how the series has used real-world paintings to convey character from the very beginning in Dr No.
In this issue
- Bond’s Britain – the domestic locations used by Ian Fleming
- Worth the wait – it is now possible to play GoldenEye 007 on Xbox 360s
- We will sock you – a small British business got a life-changing email from EON
- Painting a picture – famous paintings as they appear as plot devices, callbacks or signals of villainy
- James Bond Jr. – a beginner’s guide
- SAS: Red Notice – the spy thriller a decade in the making, debuts on Sky