Because Money Penny is roughly what this blog earns me every year.
I took my daughter to see Skyfall last week. I know I’m a month behind the curve on movies, but this was my daughter’s first ever James Bond movie, and that made it special. Thanks to this Danny Craig fella, there’s a whole new generation of Bond fans who may not know the intricate history and delightful details of this half-century old franchise character as well as crotchety old fanboys like me.
So today, I explain it all for the MI6 Newbies.
And everyone knows Spider-Man is better than Batman. At least that’s what the paycheck says this month.
Speaking of which, I better get back to drawing the web-slinger! Duty calls!
Ty the Guy OUT!
And because I give, and give, and give, here’s your BONUS James Bond Comic Book Moments!
The first James Bond comic book ever, and DC had it! For one brief shining moment, we could have had a Batman-Bond team up!
If you can get over the odd giraffe ladies that populate this book, this was, hands down, the best of the many James Bond comics produced ever since. By the prolific 70s-80s team of Moench and Gulacy.
The semi-ghastly cartoon series “JAMES BOND JR.” from the early 90s was my only professional involvement with the BOND franchise. I storyboarded a couple of acts for some TV episodes of this series. But as odd (and unsuccessful) as this spin-off was, I still like that I dipped my toe into the Bond-Verse just the once.
For last week’s equally Batman-centric Bun Toon, click above.
for the Bun Toon Archive (I promise I’ll update SOON!) click the procrastinating bunny…