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BOND ARTWORK

TITLE

WRITER

DATE

SERIAL NO

Casino Royale

Anthony Hern

July 7 1958 - December 13 1958

1-138

Live and Let Die

Henry Gammidge

December 15 1958 - March 28 1959

139-225

Moonraker

Henry Gammidge

March 30 1959 - August 8 1959

226-339

Diamonds Are Forever

Henry Gammidge

August 10 1959 - January 30 1960

340-487

From Russia With Love

Henry Gammidge

February 1 1960 - May 21 1960

488-583

Dr. No

Peter O’Donnell

May 23 1960 - October 1 1960

584-697

Goldfinger

Henry Gammidge

October 3 1960 - April 1 1961

698-849

Risico

Henry Gammidge

April 3 1961 - June 24 1961

850-921

From A View To A Kill

Henry Gammidge

June 26 1961 - September 9 1961

922-987

For Your Eyes Only

Henry Gammidge

September 11 1961 - December 9 1961

988-1065

Thunderball

Henry Gammidge

December 11 1961 - February 10 1962

1066-1128

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Henry Gammidge

June 29 1964 - May 15 1965

1-274

You Only Live Twice

Henry Gammidge

May 17 1965 - January 8 1966

275-475

The Paradise Plot

Jim Lawrence

August 20 1981 - June 4 1982

175-378

Deathmask

Jim Lawrence

June 7 1982 - February 2 1983

379-552

Flittermouse

Jim Lawrence

February 9 1983 - May 20 1983

553-624

Polestar

Jim Lawrence

May 23 1983 - July 15 1983

625-719

The Scent Of Danger

Jim Lawrence

1983

720-821

John drew pretty much one full strip/panel per day, apart from when he needed some time off. Then he would draw TWO strips per day until he was at least another week ahead. Then he could take that week off and come on holiday with the Family. It didn’t leave any time to be ill or do much else but he had an an amazing way of seeming to “take it easy” and enjoyed life to the full. He would take a long walk every day after work to improve the circulation and to lubricate the mind at the local pub!

He worked very hard on every strip & drawing, meticulous in every detail. He gathered references for all “Bond Situations” by way of photographs, drawings, magazine cuttings etc. He even did a photo shoot with a friend of his who acted out various bond action poses with a handgun, so as to create as much realism as he could.

BOND ARTWORK DRAWN BY JOHN McLUSKY