1. 'River of Death' to Be Included in Titan's 'Colonel Sun'

    By johncox on 2005-08-12

    More great news from Titan Books!

    Yesterday, Titan Books confirmed for CBn that the next book in their series of collected James Bond Daily Express comic strips will be Colonel Sun. The book is tentatively scheduled for release in December ’05.

    Today, Titan has confirmed that the Colonel Sun volume will also include the original story River of Death by Jim Lawrence and Yaroslav Horak.

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    River of Death sees James Bond traveling to the Amazon in pursuit of Dr. Cat who uses deadly venom injected into animals to commit murders around the globe. In the story Bond teams with Native American CIA agent Kitty Redwing. Locations include The Alps, London, Rio de Janeiro and the upper reaches of the Amazon.

    River of Death was published in the Daily Express from June 24, 1969. Colonel Sun followed on December 1, 1969.

    Titan also informed CBn that the original story The Golden Ghost will appear in their next collection (the title of the volume is not yet known). Also by Lawrence and Horak, The Golden Ghost sees 007 team with love interest Velvet Lee to stop SPECTRE from sabotaging a nuclear-powered airship. The strip was originally published in August 1970.

    Titan’s most recent release is The Spy Who Love Me (due August 26), which also includes the non-Fleming story The Harpies.

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