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Free read · Casino Royale ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ ❴Download❵ ➹ Casino Royale Author Anthony Hern – Card SharkThis new edition also includes 'Live and Let Die' and the very rarely seen 'Moonraker' brought together for the first time in one spectacular colle Ovels ' by Paul SimpsonThe comic strip form for 'Casino Royale' first appeared in the Daily Express betweenJuly and December the comic strip for 'Live and Let Die' irst first appeared in the Daily Express between December and March the comic strip for 'Moonraker' first appeared in the Daily Express between March and August. The three stars may be deceptive Ian Fleming credited by goodredads as author of this book is a truly terrible writer This book adapts the English comic strip that adapted Fleming's novels in the fifties The three stories in this book can be difficult to judge The two stories adapted from the only two Fleming novels I have read read better than Fleming but the plots by adapter John McLusky are so simplified that they are not satisfying The artist also improves over time The third adaptation Moonraker seems the best to me because the art has improved and the story works in is own terms Assuming that would also be true of the first two stories had I not read Fleming I give the book three stars That one story is a lot of funHere is the strangest thing of all Bond looks almost exactly like Sean Connery a few years before Connery was cast as Bond You have to wonder if the producers were influenced by the look of the strip when they finally settled on Connery

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Casino RoyaleOn Bond must neutralise a Russian operative by ruining him at the baccarat table and forcing his 'retirement' Lady Luck appears to be with James as his target hits a losing streak but Bond's attraction to a beautiful female agent leads him to disaster This volume contains a n essay entitled 'Bond in Books The post Fleming N. An interesting collection of the newspaper strip adaptations of the first three Ian Fleming James Bond novels Casino Royale Live And Let Die and Moonraker first published in 1957 58 All three are uite faithful adaptations though some of the elements and scenes that would have been too lurid back in the day have been toned down or removed As these adaptations were done early on in what became a long running strip there's uite a bit of experimentation from one story to the next both in how they're told and in the artwork from John McLusky Casino Royale is the roughest on both counts while Live And Let Die introduces a rather odd thing of having Bond himself narrate the story which gets carried over into Moonraker as well that comes across as downright odd at times especially when Bond becomes a proverbial talking head at the beginning of Moonraker That said of the three adaptations presented Moonraker's is by far the best as the writing minus the aforementioned criticism and especially the artwork come together for a satisfying and faithful adaptation of the original Fleming novel which was famously butchered in the 1979 film starring Roger Moore Highly recommended for Bond fans especially those who are fans of the original Fleming novels