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007 MAGAZINE BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDIX

 
 

007 EXTRA/NEWSLETTER (1985 - 2000)
Published at irregular intervals between issues of 007 MAGAZINE

 
007 EXTRA #1 - Roger Moore James Bond 007 Octopussy 007 EXTRA #2 - Roger Moore James Bond 007 A View To A Kill 007 EXTRA #3 - Timothy Dalton James Bond 007 The Living Daylights 007 EXTRA #4 - Timothy Dalton James Bond 007  Licence Revoked 007 EXTRA #5 - Timothy Dalton James Bond 007 Licence To Kill

007 EXTRA #1

1985

007 EXTRA #2

1985

007 EXTRA #3

1987

007 EXTRA #4

1989

007 EXTRA #5

1989

007 EXTRA #6  - Timothy Dalton James Bond 007 Licence To Kill 007 EXTRA #7  - Timothy Dalton James Bond 007 Licence To Kill 007 EXTRA #8 - Thunderball at the NFT 007 EXTRA #9 - OHMSS at the NFT - George Lazenby James Bond 007 007 EXTRA #10 Roger Moore James Bond 007 Live And Let Die

007 EXTRA #6

1989

007 EXTRA #7

1989

007 EXTRA #8

1990

007 EXTRA #9

1990

007 EXTRA #10

1981

007 EXTRA #11 James Bond Jr. 007 EXTRA #12 Timothy Dalton James Bond 007 The Living Daylights 007 EXTRA #13/14 Moon Buggy/Pierce Brosnan is James Bond    

007 EXTRA #11

MARCH 1992

007 EXTRA #12

1993

007 EXTRA #13/14*

 OCTOBER 1994

*Special Double Issue

[Last 007 EXTRA]

 
007 NEWSLETTER #15 Pierce Brosnan James Bond 007 GoldenEye 007 NEWSLETTER #16 Pierce Brosnan James Bond 007 Tomorrow Never Dies 007 NEWSLETTER #17 Pierce Brosnan James Bond 007 Tomorrow Never Dies 007 NEWSLETTER #18 Pierce Brosnan James Bond 007 Tomorrow Never Dies 007 NEWSLETTER #19 Oddjob Bowler Hat Goldfinger

007 NEWSLETTER #15

 JUNE 1996

007 NEWSLETTER #16

MAY 1997

007 NEWSLETTER #17

NOVEMBER 1997

007 NEWSLETTER #18

MAY 1998

007 NEWSLETTER #19

NOVEMBER 1998

007 NEWSLETTER #20 Pierce Brosnan James Bond 007 The World Is Not Enough 007 NEWSLETTER #21 Pierce Brosnan James Bond 007 The World Is Not Enough 007 NEWSLETTER #22/23 Ursula Andress James Bond Girl Dr. No    

007 NEWSLETTER #20

AUGUST 1999

007 NEWSLETTER #21

OCTOBER 1999

007 NEWSLETTER

#22/23* DEC 2000

*Special Double Issue

[Final Issue published]

 
 

A selection of unused covers and rough layouts for 007 MAGAZINE & 007 EXTRA

Rough layout for 007 MAGAZINE Issue #12 Final cover for 007 MAGAZINE Issue #12 Proposed cover for 007 EXTRA #1

Rough layout for Issue #12

Final cover for Issue #12

Proposed cover for 007 EXTRA #1

Proposed cover for 007 MAGAZINE Issue #14 Rough layout for 007 MAGAZINE Issue #14 Final cover 007 MAGAZINE Issue #14

Proposed cover for Issue #14

Rough layout for Issue #14

Final cover Issue #14

007 MAGAZINE Issue #15 marked a change in cover style with a graphic logo based on the main titles of Never Say Never Again. Several variations were mocked-up before the final version (above right) was published in 1984.

The current cover style of 007 MAGAZINE made its debut with Issue #41 but the original plan was to have two versions as Publisher, Editor and Designer Graham Rye explains...

Proposed cover for Issue #41(a) Pierce Brosnan as James Bond

Proposed cover for Issue #41(b) Pierce Brosnan Halle Berry Die Another Day

Final cover for 007 MAGAZINE Issue #41

Proposed/Final #47

Issue #41 unused cover 1

Issue #41 unused cover 2

Issue #41 final cover1

Issue #47 Proposed cover

"I was originally going to run with two different covers for issue #41. The Pierce and Halle cover was going out through our distributors, and the "Prisoner 007" cover was the design to be received by JBIFC subscribers - or the other way round - I can't remember which. It's a real shame it didn't come to pass, because we had the jump on everyone with, what I liked to call, 'the hairy Bond' shot. Unfortunately it was not to be. The reason neither of the cover designs were used was because it was at the time the JBIFC closed down. Issue #40 (January 2002) had been the last issue published, and it would prove to be a full 20 months until the Die Another Day issue #41 would be appear, by which time of course, the fact that Brosnan/Bond was incarcerated was old news. In the past I very rarely had the luxury of mocking up alternative covers for the same issue, and usually went with what first came to hand. Only since issue #41 onwards do I now have the time to bother with different cover concepts, but it's usually my first choice that makes the final cover. I also re-designed the magazine logo as a block that could be positioned anywhere (within reason) on the cover, as this allows for a far greater selection of images to be used as a cover picture."

Proposed/Final #48

The appearance of Ursula Andress at 'Autographica 2005' meant that the proposed cover for Issue #47 which featured a publicity photograph from Licence To Kill (1989) [above far right] was dropped in favour of an image which was deemed more commercial [rollover image].

The proposed cover for Issue #48 (left) featured a still of Roger Moore and Carole Bouquet from For Your Eyes Only. The final cover image for Issue #48 [rollover image] was a rarely seen piece of artwork from Thunderball.

This was the last printed version of 007 MAGAZINE until Issue #51 was published in August 2009. Issues #49 and #50 are available exclusively to subscribers of 007 MAGAZINE OnLine.

 


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