In the so-called "Suicide Forest" of Japan, near the base of Mt. Fuji, James Bond finds himself hunted by No Name, the nightmarish assassin. After narrowly escaping, 007 and Selah Sax find themselves on board a bullet train bound for the headquarters of Saga Genji -- in a race against Felix Leiter and the Americans for the "black box" of information that could compromise their nations.
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- July 19, 2017John MccubbinJames Bond #5 is yet another solid addition to this latest ongoing series, as despite feeling stagnant at times, with questionable characterisation, there is plenty to excite. The culminating twists and exhilarating action also prove more than appealing, with there being plenty to keep readers returning for more.Read the full review here: http://www.snappow.com/comics/james-b...more
- July 6, 2017David DaltonI always like these next to last issues. They set things up so well for the final issue. No exception here. This is one of the better Bond comic storylines (and I have loved them all). A lot of political implications in this so called Black Box. What is Bond to do? No-Name is one bad a## henchman. This would make a very good Bond film. Looking forward to Black Box #6.more
- July 20, 2017Belinda MissenStill no.
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