In many cases however, supporters of a property tend to expend a certain amount of liquid in order to possess articles, large or small, related to their obsession. By holding something, or in other cases, showing off a possession, one feels more deeply invested in the hobby, so to speak. Welcome, readers, to the world of collecting, 007 style.
Actors, both male and female, can be fickle, but they can also understand when a potentially good pay day stares them in the face, as well as international recognition, which, if they play their cards right, can lead to many subsequent roles as they become higher in demand.
In the flesh...
MI6-hq.com, always ones with special insight and access into the world of 007, recently published an article on the rapidly dwindling sales of the Dynamite Comics James Bond monthly series. This came as something of a surprise to me, although upon further reflection, I now admit that it probably shouldn’t have.
Sunday afternoon and feeling sleepy. No article this week, but we'll be back soon!
Here we are, some weeks later, and I have read the titanic volume cover to cover, with curiously mixed feelings, much to my chagrin. Please don’t mistake me, the book is really quite good, and some respects, extraordinary, a worthy inclusion in the long line of lavish Taschen art-related books and an obvious choice for any Bond fan’s personal library.
This past Tuesday was Valentine’s Day. One of several 007 fans I follow on Twitter (@bond_azoozbond) published a poll asking who Bond loved more between Vesper Lynd, Tracy Di Vicenzo, or Madeleine Swann. When the dust settled, voters deemed that Vesper Lynd is 007’s one true love, with Tracy not too far behind.