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rogue69

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Jane Bond secret agent release?
« on: 01 October, 2021, 02:27:53 PM »
As there is a lot of talk about if James Bond could be female why don't Rebellion release as part of the Treasury of British Comics the stripe Jane Bond Secret Agent which was published in the comic Tina/Princess Tina between 1967 & 1970 drawn by Mike Hubbard.
This could show the world how forward thinking British comics were back then allowing a young women to be a secret agent and the artwork of the great Mike Hibbard as well

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Re: Jane Bond secret agent release?
« Reply #1 on: 25 June, 2022, 09:58:45 AM »
Wish granted!


The Best of Jane Bond - 96 pages, 13th April 2023



It's the Swingin' Sixties, and there's only one spy standing between crime and world domination - and her name is Jane Bond!

Jane Bond, Secret Agent, is the finest spy on Worldpol's roster. Armed with her wits, her fists, and an array of futuristic tech, she is our last line of defense against a international criminal underworld. From fighting a school of super villainesses, to foiling plans to melt to Artic ice caps, to escaping the clutches of a giant mechanical lobster, there's no shortage of dangerous missions Jane must undertake for Queen and Country!

This collection of campy espionage adventure from 1960s girls' comic Princess Tina is lovingly restored to its full glory, and is lavishly illustrated throughout by Mike Hubbard, the artist of iconic Daily Mirror strip Jane.

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Hero to Michael Carroll