Bond must navigate the murky waters of the arms trading world, as a radical anti-capitalist force, Kraken, schemes in the shadows.

After a covert mission to investigate Kraken in Caracas, Venezuela, ends with Bond's lead in pieces, 007 is recalled and sent by M to attend an arms fair by the side of the heiress to Hunt Engineering, Victoria. The pride of the convention is a cutting edge weapon: Hammerhead. The rail-gun can propel a sub-orbital ballistic warhead up to 2000 miles, and could be adapted to fire a nuclear payload.

Meanwhile, a decommissioned Trident warhead is intercepted on its way to a safe zone, spelling potential disaster for Mi6 and indeed the world. Machinations have begun for a devastating coup, and James is close to stumbling straight into the middle of it.

And unbeknownst to Bond, his actions in South America have not gone unnoticed... It isn't long before he becomes the target of assassins who will track his every move.

Writer: Andy Diggle
Artist: Luca Casalanguida
Publisher: Dynamite

ISBN-10: 1524103225
ISBN-13: 978-1524103224
Diamond Code: JUN181106


While investigating a Neo-Nazi terror cell, the murder of a CIA operative plunges Bond into the middle of a war between MI6 and the CIA.

Swirling in the shadows around Bond is a plot to destabilize NATO, coordinated by one of 007's most ruthless and vengeful foes. The post-Soviet terror machine, that great coiled cobra slumbering in the depths of the Kremlin, has stirred, and Bond will be its prey.

Europe is on the brink of war, Bond's allies cannot trust him, and there is a whisper of death on the wind - for it is none other than SMERSH which seeks to crush the British agent and all he stands to protect. Once and for all.

The followup to Hammerhead sees Diggle and Casalanguida mastering the look and edge of 007's world, relentlessly plunging the reader into the flinty murk of international espionage once again.

Writer: Andy Diggle
Artist: Luca Casalanguida
Publisher: Dynamite

ISBN-10: 1524105953
ISBN-13: 978-1524105952
Diamond Code: FEB181418

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