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Bond Girls Transformed Into Gorgeous Bond Novels Titles (Mildly NSFW)

British artist Michel Gillette got inspired by Ian Fleming’s seductive Bond girls to make these instantly classic book covers in 2009. They are now available for sale as a limited, hand-numbered high quality series printed on 100% cotton, hand torn paper. Each print is signed and numbered in pencil by Gillette.

The Untold Legal Drama Of Coyote V. Acme

Back in 1990, in an awesome piece for The New Yorker, author Ian Frazier told the — shall we say — little-known story of Wile E. Coyote’s endless legal battles with the Acme Company. Now, the tale of Coyote’s legal tribulations, suing Acme for grievous personal injury and catastrophic product malfunction, has been designed and republished by Michael Bierut of Pentagram, featuring original diagrams by Daniel Weil.

Holy Cow, $US200 Off Every Single James Bond Film On Blu-Ray, Today Only

Hang on to your martinis, Bond fans. Amazon has a completely wackadoo 67 per cent off sale on the Bond 50th Anniversary Blu-Ray box set. That’s all 23 Bond movies for $US99. But it’s today only, so get moving!

You Can Explore The Ghost Island That Inspired Skyfall On Street View

If this view looks familiar, it’s because it was the inspiration for the Javier Bardem’s cyberterrorist HQ in Skyfall. Now, you can explore the real-life island on Street View.

Every Secret Agent Wannabe Needs A Quadcopter Belt Of Death

You could probably argue there are worse offenders, but there’s no denying that James Bond’s Thunderball jetpack is definitely up there in the pantheon of ridiculous 00-gadgets. Tinkerer Rodger Cleye recently tried to put a more realistic spin on the concept, and the result is this still-ridiculous-but-fully-functioning quadcopter “belt”.

This 50 Years Of Bond Compilation Makes Me Want To Watch All The Films Again

Yesterday saw Skyfall — the latest adventure in the James Bond saga — pick up two Oscar awards. I think that’s as good a reason as any to check out this awesome compilation of the last 50 years of everyone’s favourite gentleman-spy put together by a YouTuber.

Sony Xperia TX Review: The Bond Phone Just Makes Me Sad

James Bond movies have always done an amazing job at making me feel great. They’re always so enjoyable, so fun, so cool. Bond’s latest adventure, Skyfall, has all but departed from cinemas now, and we’re left with a sense of whimsey from the world’s best gentleman spy and a swathe of gadgets we can pick up for ourselves in the real world, like the Sony Xperia TX. Don’t be fooled, however: all this phone will make you is sad.

Watch Sean Connery Kick Daniel Craig's Arse In This Ultimate Bond Deathmatch

The argument over the best Bond will last forever. Objectively, every actor to play the character has brought their own feel to the role — even Australia’s own George Lazenby — but we all have our favourites. Wouldn’t it be great if we could bury the razor-edged hat once and for all and pit all the Bonds against each other in a winner-takes-all deathmatch?

10 James Bond Gadgets That Actually Exist -- And One That Needs To

There have been 23 Bond movies made in the past 50 years — full of lethal, handy, futuristic, awesome and sometimes funny gadgets. Most are still too fantastic to be real, but some have transcended the silver screen to become naturalised residents of the Real World. These are our favourites.

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