Dynamite Entertainment and Humble Bundle have teamed to get fans over 2,000 pages of James Bond comics to keep you entertained while you are stuck at home.

The James Bond Humble Bundle is running now for a limited time at the James Bond Humble Bundle Site

This pulls together many of Dynamite’s successful books starring Bond, James Bond and those in his world like Moneypenny, Felix Leiter and more. Acclaimed fan-favorite writer Warren Ellis kicks it all off with 12 issues of super slick spying. Further main series have been written by Andy Diggle, Greg Pak and more. Jeff Parker, Bob Q and Ibrahim Moustafa crafted the critically acclaimed World War II-set Origin. While Bond fans can’t miss out on trying the experimental The Body by Aleš Kot. Or James Robinson’s deep dive into longtime Bond ally Felix Leiter. And of course, the graphic novel iterations of Ian Fleming’s iconic original novels, adapted by Van Jensen. Plus the critically acclaimed Case Files standalone tales from Kieron Gillen, Jody Houser, and more!

Proceeds from the Humble Bunlde will go toward the National Coalition Against Censorship.

“NCAC is extremely grateful to Dynamite for donating a portion of its Humble Bundle sales to support our work defending free speech rights,” said Christopher Finan, Executive Director of the National Coalition Against Censorship. “Among First Amendment defenders, we are the first responders, helping young people, teachers, librarians, and artists fight censorship in their communities.”

via Dynamite Entertainment

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