Discover Teen James Bond’s WWII Origins In Shops Today

by Hannah Means Shannon

This week’s new comics day brings the first issue of an important new comic series from Dynamite Entertainment. For those who are JamesBond fans, we’re going to get the start of an origin story for the superspy in James Bond: Origin #1.

Written by Jeff Parker and drawn by Bob Q, with letters by Simon Bowland, issue #1 has covers by John Cassaday (A), David Mack (B), Kev Walker (C), Gene Ha (D), Ibrahim Moustafa (E), with Bob Q/Jordan Boyd (F), and Bob Q (Retailer Variant), John Cassaday (RI-B/W), David Mack (RI-Virgin), Kev Walker (RI-B/W), Gene Ha (RI-Virgin), Bob Q (RI-B/W), John Cassaday (RI-Virgin). That’s a lot of covers–you’ll have plenty to choose from for this #1.

Dynamite says:

MARCH, 1941: Seventeen-year-old James Bond is a restless student in Scotland, an orphan, eager to strike out and make his mark on the world. But a visit by an old family friend coincides with THE CLYDEBANK BLITZ, the most devastating German attack on Scotland during the War. James will fight through hell to survive, coming out the other side determined to make a difference. He’ll find his calling in a new British government service, secret in nature…

We’ve got an inside look at this week’s first issue right here:

James Bond: Origin #1 arrives in shops today, Wednesday, September 5th, 2018.

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