August 23, 2012


MI6 Confidential is releasing two new issues of their illustrated magazine and are offering a special that will save readers some shipping costs from the UK. Issue #16 celebrates the 50th anniversary of "Dr. No". As nobody knew quite what an international sensation Ian Fleming's spy would become on the silver screen, this issue is a fascinating snapshot in time just before Bond Fever hit. 

Issue #16:
His Name Is Bond - Sean Connery: from milkman to spy
Being Bond - In his own words, Connery reveals his approach to playing 007
The Man With The Platinum Hands - Meet 007's first megalomaniacal foe
The Girl Who Has Everything - Swiss beauty Ursula Andress makes a splash
Danger Man - When the action heats up, veteran stuntman Bob Simmons stands in
The Women Of 007 - Meet the other ladies vying for Bond's attention
Commander Jamaica - The "Dr. No" crew discuss shooting on location
Hero Number One - Realising Ian Fleming's imagination on the silver screen

Issue #17 previews the new adventure "Skyfall" including an exclusive interview with stunt coordinator Gary Powell about the stunts, spills & thrills of Daniel Craig's third outing as 007. Other features cover the new Bond Girls, the Barbican exhibition, inside the EON archive, and much more. More info at MI6Confidential

Issue #17:
Skyfall Action - Exclusive interview with stunt coordinator Gary Powell
Entente Cordiale - Bérénice Marlohe joins a long list of French Bond Girls
All About Eve - Naomie Harris plays an MI6 field agent in "Skyfall"
007 Legends - Activision lift the lid on their ambitious new videogame
50 Years Of Bond Style At The Barbican - Take a tour of the new exhibition
Inside The EON Archive - Exclusive interview with Archive Director Meg Simmonds
Sunspel In 007 Heaven - Recreating James Bond's iconic shorts
The Bond Connection - Ex-Special Ops agent Aaron Cohen reveals the secrets of "Haywire"

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