Dynamite and Humble Bundle have announced a limited-time bundle featuring all things Bond, James Bond. With the current pandemic chaos that has also pushed the new 007 film to the fall, fans of the suave MI6 agent now have plenty to read to get their Bond fix.
The Bond binge bundle features all your favorites from the Bond universe, including Moneypenny, Felix Leiter, and more. Creators and series involved in the campaign include 12 issues of Warren Ellis’ run, main series by Andy Diggle and Greg Pak, and Jeff Parker, Bob Q, and Ibrahim Moustafa’s critically acclaimed World War II Origin. There is also The Body by Ales Kot as well as James Robinson’s take on Felix Leiter. Fans can also look for graphic novel adaptations of Ian Fleming’s novels from Van Jensen as well as Case Files standalone tales by Kieron Gillen, Jody Houser, and others.
A portion of the proceeds will go toward the National Coalition Against Censorship, an umbrella organization formed to ally those that fight against censorship across media.
“NCAC is extremely grateful to Dynamite for donating a portion of its Humble Bundle sales to support our work defending free speech rights,” said Christopher Finan, Executive Director of the National Coalition Against Censorship. “Among First Amendment defenders, we are the first responders, helping young people, teachers, librarians, and artists fight censorship in their communities.”
“James Bond is one of the most iconic characters who has ever graced pop culture! Coming up on 25 movies and millions of copies of best-selling novels, Ian Fleming’s legacy lives on forever. It was incredibly rewarding to get that license to work with IFPL!” said Nick Barrucci, Dynamite CEO and Publisher. “We knew we had to bring our A-Game and did so by bringing in Warren Ellis to launch the franchise, and we’ve followed up with hit after hit with other incredibly talented creators to bring the greatest caliber of comics possible!”
“I’m glad our James Bond: Origin books are in this latest Bundle. It’s one of the works I’m most proud of,” said writer Jeff Parker. “This is probably not what you’re expecting from a James Bond book because it’s based on the timeline of the original Ian Fleming novels, and according to Fleming, James left school early to join the battle in World War II. So what you’re about to read is primarily a war comic, but with a focus on the covert operations that would birth MI6, the famed intelligence agency where James will serve as a Double O agent. You’re also going to love the art of Bob Q and Ibrahim Moustafa as much as I do, along with a murderer’s row of top cover artists.”
In total, the bundle offers more than 2,200 pages for Bond lovers. To check out the available tiers and begin your binge, click here.