Spies

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    Kingsman: The Secret Service – A Retrospective

    Kingsman: The Secret Service – A Retrospective By John Saavedra   There aren’t many spy movies quite like Kingsman: The Secret Service anymore. Certainly, the Bond films have abandoned the outlandish tone that Kingsman gleefully celebrates, which is ironic since the latter couldn’t exist without the early Sean Connery...
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    Jimmy’s Bastards #3 Review

    Jimmy’s Bastards #3 Review by James O’Donnell Garth Ennis continues his fantastic run in the third issue of Jimmy’s Bastards, which, though slightly less action packed than it predecessors (and with 100% more horrific castration) continues to impress. The plot continues to thicken as Junior and the cabal of Jimmy’s...
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    Atomic Blonde Review: Spies like this

    Atomic Blonde Review One of the most anticipated movies has been released. Atomic Blonde is starring Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, and Sophia Boutelle directed by David Leitch (John Wick) one of the better films released this summer. If you don’t know Atomic Blonde is based on the Oni Press...
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    The Spy Who Loved Me at 40: A Retrospective

    The Spy Who Loved Me at 40: A Retrospective By John Saavedra   The Spy Who Loved Me has not aged well. At least not as well as some of the earlier Sean Connery installments, especially his first three outings — Dr. No, From Russia with Love, and Goldfinger...
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    The Living Daylights at 30: A Retrospective

    The Living Daylights at 30: A Retrospective By John Saavedra 1987 was a year of uncertainty for James Bond 007. After 12 years and seven installments, the franchise had finally parted ways with the inimitable Roger Moore and was preparing to welcome a new Bond, the classically trained Timothy...
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    Jimmy’s Bastards-New Spy Comic from Garth Ennis, Russ Braun and AfterShock Comics

    Jimmy’s Bastards, Aftershock’s new spy title is everything that fans of the genre deserve and then some. This book written by Garth Ennis (Preacher, Punisher, Hitman) and brought to life by artist Russ Braun (Fables, Battlefields) furthers the modern deconstruction of the 1960’s Ultra-spy archetype that we’ve seen in...
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    Mayday TP Review

    Early in every chapter, there’s a moment where Felix and Rose’s code names are emblazoned in big type. The moment changes – in one their mocking Americans, in another they’re in a tight spot – but wherever their names appear, the reminder is the same. They are Russian spies,...
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    Spotlight Interview with Code Name Baboushka writer Antony Johnston and Shari Chankhamma

    We are here to talk about the Series Code Name Baboushka from Writer Antony Johnston with Art from Shari Chankhamma. On March 9, 2016, Code Name Baboushka, The Conclave of Death Issue #5 comes out via Image Comics. The Geeked Gods got the chance to talk to Antony Johnston...