I found these floating around AOL back in in the mid-1990s, perfect entertainment for a 12-year-old with a chip on his shoulder! If anyone can help me track down the original creator, please let me know!
Barney the Dinosaur runs afoul of Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
An entire film boiled down to a simple pictogram: this is the essence of design in the early 21st century. For better or worse (Confidentially, I think this poster is actually rather clever). I wonder how he would depict Spectre.
Designer Bryan Lenning created this poster depicting every James Bond film in pictograms. The poster was an entry in the Super Punch James Bond art contest.
Source: James Bond Films as Pictograms
I’ve watched my fair share of 007 rip-offs and spoofs, and they’re all equally terrible and hilarious.
The Eurospy era, during which French, Italian and German producers competed to see who could release the cheapest James Bond knock-offs at the height of the suave British secret agent’s success, may now belong to some long-forgotten, deeply dubious 1960s belle époque, but 007 continues to have his imitators across the globe.
Source: Never make ever again: The 007 worst James Bond rip-offs in history | Film | The Guardian
TV spot advertising TBS’s “30 Years of James Bond” movie marathon event in the fall of 1992.
To be fair, it’s not much of a contest.
Timothy Dalton: statistically the best portrayal of a secret agent.
Also, Daniel Craig’s martini numbers are skewed because he’s given them up in favour of shitty beer.
Source: Daily chart: Bond v Bond: the return of 007 | The Economist