Tuesday, September 9, 2008

MI6 DECLASSIFIED ISSUE #3 OUT NOW!

MI6 DECLASSIFIED ISSUE #3 OUT NOW!

Official press release from the publisher's of M6 Declassified magazine:

BOND IS BACK WITH MI6 DECLASSIFIED ISSUE #3

ISSUE #3 OUT NOW

Bigger! Better! Bond! MI6 Declassified,the new full-colour magazine celebrating the world of 007, is back with its third issue. Add together the Ian Fleming centenary celebrations, the 22nd James Bond film Quantum of Solace, the first videogame from Activision, a retrospective on the making of Dr No, an exclusive behind-the-scenes history on the first comic strip Casino Royale, and much more, MI6 Declassified #3 is the biggest issue yet. 30% bigger to be precise! Packed with an arsenal of fascinating features and eye-popping visuals, whether your passion is with the movies, books, comics or videogames, MI6 Declassified will satisfy your appetite for all aspects of the Bond canon.

The third issue includes:

- Quantum Of Solace it's a wrap on principal photography

- the cast and crew talk about the shoot

- Ian Fleming Centenary take a tour of the new exhibitions celebrating his life & creation

- Underneath The Mango Tree shooting Dr No on location in Jamaica

-behind the scenes with rare photographs

- Casino Royale comic strip celebrates its 50th anniversary

- neverbefore published Fleming correspondence

- Devil May Care the new novel by Sebastian Faulks is launched in style

- Activision the next generation of interactive Bond is unveiled

- You Know My Name David Arnold on writing the theme song for Casino Royale

- Premiere Bond a look back at Thunderball's debut in London

- thebiggest Bond of all

- The Bond Connection go inside the big screen revival of 1960's hit Get Smart

- The Last Word Madeline Smith on her role as Sir Roger Moore's first Bond girl

Exclusive Young Bond bookmarks from Puffin will be randomly inserted in to MI6 Declassified Issue #3 on its first 7 days on sale.Issue #3 is now shipping around the world.

To order online, visit
www.mi6magazine.com

1 comment:

The King Of Cool said...

That cover alone would sell me on that issue.