Fans of Ian Fleming’s 007 books have a new adaptation to sink their teeth into this week. Dynamite Comics is releasing the James Bond: Live & Let Die hardcover edition on New Year’s Day, making it the second adaptation of the novels from the publisher.
The 168-page book is written by Van Jansen (using Fleming’s work as the basis) and illustrated by Kewber Baal. The edition also features a cover by artist Fay Dalton.
Below is the solicit info:
Bond is sent to New York City to investigate “Mr. Big”, an agent of SMERSH and a criminal voodoo leader. With no time for superstition — and with the help of his colleague in the CIA, Felix Leiter, Bond tracks “Mr. Big” through the jazz joints of Harlem, to the everglades and on to the Caribbean, knowing that this criminal heavy hitter is a real threat. No one, not even the mysterious Solitaire, can be sure how their battle of wills is going to end…
James Bond: Live & Let Die hardcover is slated for release this Wednesday, January 1. Head to your local comic shop to purchase your copy, or check out Dynamite’s website to order. Visit ComiXology, Dynamite Digital, iBooks, Kindle, ComicsPlus, and more for digital versions.
Ahead of the release, take a look at a preview of some art and the cover below.
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