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Saturday November 10, 2012 8:57 am
The Comix 411 James Bond Awards
In honor of the opening weekend of Skyfall, the new James Bond movie, we present our first ever James Bond Awards.
Best Bond Movie directed by a cross-dressing fetishist: Lee Tamahori’s Die Another Day
Best Bond Bad Girl: Luciana Paluzzi (Thunderball)
Best Bond Good Girl: Diana Rigg (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service; don’t even bother arguing)
Worst Bond Movie: Moonraker (1979). It was so bad that I wouldn’t go see A View to a Kill in the theater years later.
Best Bond Cameo: George Lazenby as J.B. in The Return Of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1983)
Best Villain In An Awful Bond Movie: Christopher Walken in A View to a Kill (1985)
Half-Asleep Bond Villain: Michael Lonsdale as Hugo Drax in Moonraker
Best Henchmen Fight Never Filmed: Jaws (Moonraker; The Spy Who Loved Me) Vs. Tee Hee (Live and Let Die).
Best Henchmen Fight Never Filmed Runner-Up: Oddjob (Goldfinger) Vs. Rosa Klebb (From Russia with Love)
Worst Bond Theme: Never Say Never Again (1983)
Greatest Character Name Ever: ##### Galore (Goldfinger) (And I think the site monitor's going to censor that!)
Worst Character Name Ever: Christmas Jones (The World Is Not Enough)
Best Chase Scene: the ski sequence from On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
Best Bond Couple: Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd in Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
Most Anticipated Bond Movie of 2012: Skyfall
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