James Bond 007 (1991 mini-series) #1-3 [SET] — Permission to Die

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Doctor Erik Wiziadlo offers England his revolutionary satellite launching technology.

The price he asks is merely the retrieval of the beloved niece he left behind the Iron Curtain when he defected to the U.S. following the 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.

Agent 007 is called in to facilitate the exchange, but Bond's simple escort mission turns deadly when he discovers the woman is being held by authorities.

Then, events take on an even more sinister turn as Wiziadlo's true motivations are revealed.

From knife fights to helicopter duels, this is James Bond at his best.

 

 

Collecting the three-issue mini-series.

 


James Bond 007: Permission to Die (1991 mini-series) #1 (of 3)
By Mike Grell Story & Art.
A brilliant inventor has a way to get satellites into orbit at a fraction of the current cost. Hes willing to sell it to the British government, but only if they can free his niece from behind the Iron Curtain. The job of course falls to James Bond. Making his way through Hungary, his contact is head of a band of gypsies. Unfortunately, they have a traitor in their midst!
James Bond 007: Permission to Die (1991 mini-series) #2 (of 3)
By Mike Grell Story & Art.
Refusing to return to London after his mission has been compromised, James Bond uses all of his knowledge to get Edaine Gayla out from behind the Iron Curtain. He is sure of success until he learns that one of the worlds deadliest assassins is on their trail.
James Bond 007: Permission to Die (1991 mini-series) #3 (of 3)
By Mike Grell Story & Art.
Bond delivers his charge as directed. Problem is, he thought he was delivering a niece to her uncle. Turns out their relationship is nothing of the sort. It also happens that Bond has been a pawn in helping deliver information to a madman intent on causing a nuclear disaster in Victoria, British Columbia.