Massive Protocol Violations in James Bond #4 [Extended Preview]

James Bond #4 is in stores from Dynamite tomorrow, and we've got an EX-X-XCLUSIVE EX-X-XTENDED preview of the issue right here on Bleeding Cool.

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

 

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

Last issue, Brandy Keyes finally got her painting back, as well the illuminating experience of joining James Bond on a mission. Now, we visit Florence, where a crowd has gathered to watch a performance of Bill Shakespeare's Othello, ignoring recommendations about public gatherings during Italy's coronavirus outbreak.

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

And it does prove deadly for some theatergoers… though not because of a virus.

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

Meanwhile, James Bond, at least, is following protocols, keeping his distance from others in an undisclosed location.

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

Well, things are going smoothly for now… but even the best laid plans…

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

Now Bond risks exposure, getting up close and personal and even exposing himself to bodily fluids.

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

Oh James, you definitely don't want to make hand-to-hand contact!

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

Hopefully he washes his hands thoroughly after this.

James Bond #4 Extended Preview

James Bond #4 is in stores tomorrow.

James Bond (2020) #4
writers: Vita Ayala & Danny Lore
artist: Erica D'Urso
covers: Afua Richardson (A)
Richardson Grayscale (RI-B/W)
Richardson B/W (RI-Tint)
Richardson Vintage Paperback Cover (RI)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Action/Adventure | Teen+
Will trusting someone else help Bond's mission… or lead to the deaths of innocents?
Agent 007 is a loner, by nature. But finally, he accepts that he needs help. But will trusting someone else help his mission… or lead to the deaths of innocents?
By VITA AYALA (Morbius, Gamora), DANNY LORE (Queen Of Bad Dreams) and ERICA D'URSO (Captain Marvel).

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