Eidolon (2016)

James Bond #7–12 (June – December 2016)

#7 (June 2016) After World War Two, army intelligence groups created ghost cells called “stay-behinds” across Europe in the event of a Warsaw Pact surge. “Eidolon” is the story of a SPECTRE stay-behind structure — ghost cells of SPECTRE loyalists acting as sleepers until the time is right for a SPECTRE reformation and resurgence. The time is now.

#8 (July 2016) James Bond is trapped in Los Angeles with a MI6 agent under fire and a foreign intelligence service trying to put them both in bags... and possibly more than one foreign intelligence service. And things may not be any safer in Britain, with bodies dropping and ghosts moving in the political mist…

#9 (August 2016) Bond is sent to breach a secret base in the depths of England, alone, without back-up, and fully deniable: a place from Cold War history, with only one way in and one way out, while the forces of security services all over the world are seemingly ranged against MI6, and all Bond has is his gun and a few pieces of a bloody, dark puzzle…

#10 (September 2016) MI6 is under attack from both hidden forces and Her Majesty's Government itself. Why do MI5 and Whitehall want MI6 to be unable to defend itself? Where is the terrifying Beckett Hawkwood? What is Eidolon?

#11 (October 2016) Eidolon have M and Moneypenny, in a remote safehouse, with no hope of backup, no aid on the way, and no sign of James Bond. Fear and paranoia and the collapse of governmental structure are in sight. Britain is going back to the Dark Ages and SPECTRE, finally, have won.

#12 (December 2016) The explosive conclusion — Eidolon are in the open, British Intelligence is cracked and in disarray, friends are dead and enemies seem unstoppable - can James Bond intercept the most direct strike of all, from the dead hand of SPECTRE to the heart of British government?


Dynamite James Bond Comic Books — #2 28 items


Warren Ellis 2 items


Jason Masters 2 items

Contained in

James Bond: The Complete Warren Ellis Omnibus (Dynamite 2020) James Bond, Vol. 2: Eidolon (Dynamite 2017)