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There's a civil war brewing within SPECTRE. An upstart American member of the international criminal organization is attempting a coup, threatening to depose Ernst Stavro Blofeld. She's on guard against Blofeld's men, so to take her out, Blofeld recruits a wild card - James Bond! With Blofeld threatening the life of Bond's friend Felix Leiter as leverage, Bond agrees...but There's a civil war brewing within SPECTRE. An upstart American member of the international criminal organization is attempting a coup, threatening to depose Ernst Stavro Blofeld. She's on guard against Blofeld's men, so to take her out, Blofeld recruits a wild card - James Bond! With Blofeld threatening the life of Bond's friend Felix Leiter as leverage, Bond agrees...but he has a plan to use this internal strife to bring SPECTRE down once and for all. Will he succeed, or is this a dark path from which even 007 can't return?


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There's a civil war brewing within SPECTRE. An upstart American member of the international criminal organization is attempting a coup, threatening to depose Ernst Stavro Blofeld. She's on guard against Blofeld's men, so to take her out, Blofeld recruits a wild card - James Bond! With Blofeld threatening the life of Bond's friend Felix Leiter as leverage, Bond agrees...but There's a civil war brewing within SPECTRE. An upstart American member of the international criminal organization is attempting a coup, threatening to depose Ernst Stavro Blofeld. She's on guard against Blofeld's men, so to take her out, Blofeld recruits a wild card - James Bond! With Blofeld threatening the life of Bond's friend Felix Leiter as leverage, Bond agrees...but he has a plan to use this internal strife to bring SPECTRE down once and for all. Will he succeed, or is this a dark path from which even 007 can't return?

36 review for James Bond: Agent of Spectre

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alan

    Really, kind of boring, and Blofeld wasn't much of a villain/interesting character. Really, kind of boring, and Blofeld wasn't much of a villain/interesting character.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    I do love a good James Bond story – which is obviously not the same as saying I have any intention of watching the new film, not after wading through Craig's first three. Granted, the title 'James Bond, Agent of SPECTRE' does rather suggest a 007 who's as spectacularly shit at his job as Danny boy, but unlike that numpty getting M killed, Bond here is careful only to put himself at risk when he goes deniably undercover to exacerbate a SPECTRE civil war in the interests of causing maximum damage I do love a good James Bond story – which is obviously not the same as saying I have any intention of watching the new film, not after wading through Craig's first three. Granted, the title 'James Bond, Agent of SPECTRE' does rather suggest a 007 who's as spectacularly shit at his job as Danny boy, but unlike that numpty getting M killed, Bond here is careful only to put himself at risk when he goes deniably undercover to exacerbate a SPECTRE civil war in the interests of causing maximum damage and exposure to all sides. Gage writes Bond with the appropriate mix of cold-bloodedness, consumerism and lethal elan, rather than having him stop for a little cry after he's done a bad murder; Casalanguida, leagues ahead of the artists who have sometimes dragged Dynamite's Bond comics down, renders 007's panther gaze every bit as evocatively as the explosions, island lairs and assault helicopters for which we used to go to Bond films, before they decided to concentrate on damp Scottish camping holidays instead. As the crosses escalate from double through triple to...I honestly lost count, I'm not convinced the plot really ends up making a great deal of sense, but then nor did half the decent Bond films. And if I'm not entirely sure about turning Blofeld, physically, into the Kingpin, the crucial thing, the one absolutely unbreakable rule which Agent Of Spectre remembers but the Broccolis apparently lost track of somewhere around the turn of the millennium, is not to be so insufferably dull that the punter has time to stop and see all the holes.

  3. 4 out of 5

    C Moore

    An entertaining episode that is well-paced and balances the action scenes with other elements in between. Still, it’s not clear that there has been any substantive development or change by the end, and the art runs somewhat sharp and blunt at times to complement the shades of deception in the plot.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jamil

    Excellent

  5. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    An uncluttered and unpolluted action adventure, points off only for the retreading of Blofeld yet again.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jared Beattie

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    Marcus

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    Mark

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    Bradford DeLuca

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    Kurt Lorenz

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    Monika

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    Brandon Clarkson

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    Ryan Deziel

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    Paul Griggs

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    Michael Rossetti

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    Patrick Vermeire

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    Atit Patel

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    Peter Nordgren

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    Marco Basile

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    Hazi

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    Shane Jenkins

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