James Bond (or James Bond 007) is a long-running Spy Fiction multimedia franchise that originated with the novels of British author Ian Fleming and became a pop culture landmark, in large part thanks to a long-running series of theatrical films that started in The '60s and continues to this day. It is centered around James Bond, codename 007, a British secret service agent who accomplishes mission in service of Her Majesty, beating up bad guys and seducing women along the way.
- James Bond, the series of novels and short stories started by Fleming in 1953 and reprised by other writers since his death in 1964.
- James Bond, the film franchise by Eon Productions based on Fleming's works. Starting in 1962, it's currently counting 24 films, with a 25th to be released.
- Two theatrical James Bond films were produced outside of the Eon series by other studios:
- Casino Royale (1954), the first screen adaptation of James Bond, as a one-hour episode of the Climax! TV anthology series.
- Moonraker (Springbok Radio, South Africa, 1950s)
- You Only Live Twice (BBC Radio 4, UK, 1990)
- BBC Radio 4 radio dramas with Toby Stephens as James Bond:
- Dr. No (2008)
- Goldfinger (2010)
- From Russia With Love (2012)
- On Her Majesty's Secret Service (2014)
- Diamonds Are Forever (2015)
- Moonraker (2018)
- Live and Let Die (2019)
- James Bond 007, published by Victory Games (part of Avalon Hill) starting in 1983. Won many awards and was for a time the most popular espionage RPG. Arguments between Victory Games and Danjaq LLC resulted in it ceasing publication in 1987.
- GoldenEye (1997)
- James Bond 007 (1998)
- Tomorrow Never Dies (1999)
- The World Is Not Enough (2000)
- 007 Racing (2000)
- The World Is Not Enough (GBC) (2001)
- James Bond 007 in... Agent Under Fire (2001)
- James Bond 007: NightFire (2002)
- James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (2003)
- GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (2004)
- James Bond 007: From Russia with Love (2005)
- Quantum of Solace (2008)
- GoldenEye (2010)
- James Bond 007: Blood Stone (2010)
- 007 Legends (2012)
- James Bond Jr. (1991)