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.
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.
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"