James Bond 007 #10

Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Robert Carey Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: August 21, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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"Goldfinger" continues. Final stakes are revealed. Thousands could die. And Bond...disappears. From GREG PAK (Hulkverines, Batman/Superman) and ROBERT CAREY (Aliens Resistance).

  • 9.0
    AIPT - Nathan Simmons Aug 20, 2019

    Bond is all smiles throughout the issue, showing us some of his restored confidence. It's been a rough ride for our favorite spy, with the ride sometimes being entirely out of his control. However, the stage has been set for a final confrontation with Goldfinger. It just remains to be seen which of our heroes will be left standing when it's all over. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 22, 2019

    James Bond: 007 has had an interesting run so far over the ten issues and I'm enjoying the Goldfinger arc of it more than the Oddjob one overall as it feels more defined. I like both Aria and John and what they bring to it but it does feel like Bond is a bit lost in his own book at times, though he does get a few good lines here and there. This is mostly about readjusting the players so they can go forward into the final issues and run with the big action set pieces as they go up against Goldfinger while trying to save the day. Pak keeps things moving well even when there's a lot of dialogue while Carey delivers a solid looking book in general, though not every design clicks for me with him on full art duties. Read Full Review

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