MI6 Confidential

MI6 Confidential #53: OHMSS at 50

November 21st, 2019 by

Issue #53 of the full-colour James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential is now shipping worldwide. 2019 was a bumper year for James Bond film anniversaries, but none more poignant than the 50th year of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. We are busy working on an upcoming special publication focused on the man at the centre of […]

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MI6 Confidential #52: That’s a wrap

November 21st, 2019 by

Issue #52 of the full-colour James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential is now shipping worldwide. It’s often said a reputation precedes a man. It is undoubtedly true in the case of Maurice Binder. An artist in all the senses of the word, Binder’s design defined the Bond titles for two generations of cinemagoers. He was famously […]

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MI6 Confidential #51: Home away from home

August 2nd, 2019 by

Issue #51 of the full-colour James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential is now shipping worldwide. Bond 25 kicked off principal photography with a meet-the-cast style simulcast from the place where 007 was born: Fleming’s Goldeneye estate. The road to production for Bond 25 was rocky to say the least, but a strong, young cast and some […]

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MI6 Confidential #50: Dalton on Bond

May 9th, 2019 by

Issue #50 of the full-colour James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential is now shipping worldwide. For the 16th Bond adventure Michael G Wilson took the lead in penning a darker, more brooding Bond story, borrowing only a smattering of Fleming source material and setting the story South of the border. Dalton, who firmly believed Bond wasn’t […]

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MI6 Confidential #49: Adventure, Writ Large

May 8th, 2019 by

Issue #49 of the full-colour James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential is now shipping worldwide. It is surprisingly infrequent that the Bond movies reflect on Bond’s military pedigree – a Commander in the Royal Navy, recruited to military intelligence, starting as a Lieutenant, by the end of the war a Commander, acknowledged with Companion of the […]

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MI6 Confidential #48: Quantum Cues

December 31st, 2018 by

Issue #48 of the James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential pays tribute to the music and bikes of Bond. Often having a life of its own outside of the film it was written for, the music in the James Bond series is some of the best known around the world. Whether it’s the famous James Bond […]

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MI6 Confidential #47: Learning From The Masters

October 29th, 2018 by

MI6 Confidential, the full-colour magazine celebrating the world of James Bond 007, returns with its forty-seventh issue. Diamonds Are Forever is a unique entry in the series for many reasons, perhaps most notably as it is the only film to be book-ended by two different James Bond actors. It was an unstable time for the […]

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MI6 Confidential #46: 007 is dead

July 11th, 2018 by

MI6 Confidential, the full-colour magazine celebrating the world of James Bond 007, returns with its forty-sixth issue. In the 54 years since Ian Fleming’s passing, 10 men have had the chance to celebrate and chronicle the creator’s famous spy in original print adventures. Some, with varying success, have also tried to mimic his sharp prose. Of […]

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MI6 Confidential Special #2: Remembering Roger Moore

July 3rd, 2018 by

The latest special edition of MI6 Confidential celebrates the life of Roger Moore. Last year, MI6 Confidential introduced a new special format: a limited-run 100-page perfect bound issue of the magazine taking a deep dive into one particular facet of the franchise. The second special release in this longer format, ‘Remembering Roger Moore,’ is co-authored […]

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MI6 Confidential #45: That’s detente, comrade

April 16th, 2018 by

MI6 Confidential, the full-colour magazine celebrating the world of James Bond 007, returns with its forty-fifth issue. Bringing Bond back ‘down to earth’ after Moonraker did not mean there was any less at stake for Eon Productions’ 12th 007 adventure. They promoted action unit director and editor John Glen to the role of director, had to woo Sir […]

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