Among the various publications out there for James Bond fans, MI6 Declassified stands out as a regularly published, non-subscription 007 magazine. Each issue highlights one of the films, providing lots of behind-the-scenes info, interviews, and rare images, as well as features about the Bond franchise and latest news. It's a high-quality project, and readers can enjoy the freedom to order issues that spotlight particular films and topics. I was thrilled to receive a review copy of the previous issue #7, which focused on the anniversary of my fave 007 film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. I was impressed with their production values and articles, and I recommend the magazine to Spy Vibers. MI6 Declassified #8 analyzes the various elements that made Goldfinger such an international phenomenon (which, in turn, launched the 1960s spy boom). Other features include Roger Moore on Kung Fu training for The Man With the Golden Gun, the latest Bond video game, and OSS 117 writer/director Michael Hazanavicius on his Bond influences. Issue #8 and back issues are available on the MI6 Declassified website here.