ZERO MINUS TEN – The countdown begins with three albino Chinese, a secret Triad ceremony, a stripper, and a 007 walkabout in the Australian Outback all leading to an explosive Hong Kong handover and a grudge that goes back over a century.
TOMORROW NEVER DIES – Fake news rules the day as a media mogul tries to instigate World War III between the British and Chinese all for the sake of ratings–let the mayhem begin!
THE FACTS OF DEATH – Sperm samples are the modus operandi of a terrorist group threatening the world with biological warfare and instigating a Greek-Turkish war–it’s a treacherous odyssey that has 007 written all over it.
HIGH TIME TO KILL – It’s a three-country race against time and the elements for Bond’s mountaineering team as they are pushed to their limits in a climb to the top of the world in the Himalayas to recover a microdot on a crashed airplane–who said being a double-oh agent is easy?
THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH – Bond falls for a girl with daddy issues which nearly gets him and M killed–fortunately, he realizes his mistake in time to prevent a major catastrophe involving important oil pipelines. His reward? Learning firsthand that Christmas indeed comes more than once a year.
DOUBLESHOT – 007 suffers from blackouts, is framed for murder, goes on the run, and stops a joint plot by a mad matador and the Union to forcefully take back the Rock of Gibraltar–it’s double the pleasure, double the fun, and double the Bond girls.
NEVER DREAM OF DYING – Ghosts of the past return to haunt 007 as good friends get maimed, former allies become enemies, and the Union returns to crash the party that is the Cannes Film Festival.
THE MAN WITH THE RED TATTOO – Bond returns to Japan having to brave a spoiled, headstrong girl, an incredibly agile Kappa, the dangerous Yakuza, and an infinite amount of deadly mosquitoes–all in a day’s work for 007.
DIE ANOTHER DAY – Bond uncovers a plot involving a disguised North Korean colonel leading a hostile takeover of South Korea, stops it, and as usual lives to die another day.
BLAST FROM THE PAST / MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DOOM / LIVE AT FIVE – Bond encounters a vengeful enemy from his past, the original Playboy, and an ice skating defector.
SILVERFIN – Bond begins his illustrious career with an adventure stretching from the halls of Eton to the lochs of Scotland while tangling with eels, disfigured pigs, and an abrasive arms merchant.
THE MONEYPENNY DIARIES: GUARDIAN ANGEL – Bond gets a front row seat of the Cuban Missile Crisis and some needed assistance from one Jane Moneypenny.
BLOOD FEVER – A defunct secret society is reborn and stealing precious artworks all over Europe led by a clean-freak germaphobe, but leave it to Bond to mess with his plans.
THE MONEYPENNY DIARIES: SECRET SERVANT – While Bond is recovering from being brainwashed in Russia, Moneypenny goes behind the Iron Curtain to get the man who killed her boyfriend.
DOUBLE OR DIE – Bond becomes a puzzle solver as he follows hidden clues to track down a missing mathematician involved in a top secret government project–it’s elementary, Mr. Holmes.
HURRICANE GOLD – Storms, kidnappings, stolen plans, crocodiles, and a Caribbean island that is more gilded prison than tropical paradise–it’s a whirlwind adventure for Bond.
THE MONEYPENNY DIARIES: FINAL FLING – While Bond is off hunting down a terrorist, Moneypenny details her personal investigation into the MI6 mole and eventually gets her man.
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY, JAMES / MONEYPENNY’S FIRST DATE WITH BOND – Moneypenny gets up close with Bond in bed and at dinner – this might be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
DEVIL MAY CARE – Bond teams with a fellow double-oh agent to stop a madman from unleashing mass quantities of drugs on the U.S. streets and dropping a big bang on Russia.
BY ROYAL COMMAND – Bond gets involved with an Eton maid and goes on the run from both the government and would-be assassins after saving the life of the King of England–some things never change.
A HARD MAN TO KILL – A most dangerous criminal escapes police custody on a cruise ship bound for Europe, but he doesn’t account for a most persistent adversary–a boy named Bond.