James Bond Encyclopedia
First conceived of by Ian Fleming more than 50 years ago, the exploits of this most charismatic and capable superspy have entertained audiences for over four decades, with six actors tackling the role of Bond. 007's efforts to save the civilized world from criminal masterminds, megalomaniac warmongers, drug barons, psychotic terrorists, and ruthless gangsters have captivated every generation since the series' inception.
Created in full collaboration with EON Productions, producers of the James Bond films, James Bond Encyclopedia examines every aspect of the Bond story, with particulars on Bond's history, style and tastes, A-Z sections on every Bond villain and lair, the glamorous Bond women, allies, and supporting characters. Sections also elaborate on Bond's amazing cars, vehicles, weapons and gadgets. Double-page features chronicle each of the films in order, with details of production history, cast, crew and musicians. The book is fully illustrated throughout, with more than 2,000 movie stills and other images. This premier authorized guide to 007's world is an essential purchase for die-hard Bond fans.
Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: DK Publishing
1st edition (October 15, 2007)