007 MAGAZINE
007 Irregular Fanzine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1979-2012
- Covers the new James Bond films.
- Editor/Publisher: Graham Rye.
- 48 pages, A4 format.
- 2009 update: After 2 web-only issues Double-O-Seven magazine is back in print.
- Published by 007 MAGAZINE
- Website: www.007magazine.co.uk

Last updated:
18 December 2020
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Issue 23
Winter 1990
Special Thunderball 25th Anniversary Issue. Cover: Sean Connery in Thunderball. 48 pages
Letter from the President, Graham Rye.
THUNDERBALL ' The Beginning by Raymond Benson.
Thunderball ' The Production by Andrew Pilkington.
Thunderball ' Rarely seen artwork by Frank C. McCarthy.
Thunderball ' The Villain (Emilio Largo) by Kevin Harper.
Thunderball ' The Girls by Mark Thompson.
Thunderball ' The Gadgets by Dave Worrall.
Thunderball ' Special JBFC screening at the NFT.
Thunderball ' A collection of magazine covers.


Issue 22
Spring 1990
Cover: Timothy Dalton and Carey Lowell in Licence To Kill. 48 pages
Letter from the President, Graham Rye.
007 Report (photo of Bond 17 poster at Cannes).
007 in Print.
The Bond Villains: Le Chiffre by Kevin Harper
Praising Cain: Q&A interview with Syd Cain by Terry Adlam.
Dalton Licence To Kill centrefold.
Q&A interview with Desmond Llewelyn.
The James Bond Girls: Tracy di Vicenzo.
Members Forum.
007 News: Variety reports that Cubby is to retire and sell Bond franchise.

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