James Bond: The Secret World of 007 takes readers on a thrill-packed journey through the life and career of the world’s most famous secret agent. The book also explores Bond’s love life, and his relationships with other key members of M16, such as M, Q, and Miss Moneypenny. Below is my video review of the third edition of this James Bond book. Enjoy!Continue reading
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James Bond: The Secret World Of 007 — Second Edition (2006)
James Bond: The Secret World of 007 is officially endorsed by Eon Productions, creators of the Bond movies, this in-depth approach to Bond’s career will bring 007 to life for fans of all ages. Below is my video review of the second edition of this James Bond book. Enjoy!Continue reading
James Bond Movie Review: Dr. No
This year, 2022, marks the 60th anniversary of James Bond. It’s wild to think that 60 years ago the first Bond film, Dr. No, was released in movie theaters and the global phenomenon known as James Bond 007 took the world by storm. In honor of this monumental occasion, I’m revisiting and reviewing all 25 films. Grab a Vesper Martini, buckle up, and let’s take an Aston Martin DB5 down memory lane as we enjoy the greatest movie franchise of all time.Continue reading
James Bond: The Secret World Of 007 — First Edition (2000)
James Bond: The Secret World of 007 takes readers on a thrill-packed journey through the life and career of the world’s most famous secret agent. Below is my video review of the first edition of this James Bond book. Enjoy!Continue reading
Book Review: WWE Rule The Ring
DK Publishing is back with a new WWE book, and this time it’s targeted toward a younger demographic. Watch my video review below to see what’s inside this book and whether or not it makes sense for the young WWE fan in your life. Enjoy!Continue reading
Book Review: WWE Superstar Handbook
DK Publishing is back with another WWE book, and this one is just in time for WrestleMania: WWE Superstar Handbook! Written by Jake Black, this 208-page paperback book is filled with stats and facts on more than 300 WWE Superstars. Alexa Bliss, The Rock, Roman Reigns, Hulk Hogan, Andre The Giant, Bret Hart, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch — they’re all in here! Check out my video review below to get a look at what’s inside and whether or not you should buy a copy of this new book. Enjoy!Continue reading
WCW: The Ultimate Guide
Back in 2000, DK, the same company that brings us incredible WWE books, published WCW: The Ultimate Guide. This slim hardback book was a precursor to the WWE Encyclopedia. It compiles wrestler biographies, information about moves, events, TV shows, PPVs, and more. It’s an interesting look at a company that, just one year later, would be bought out by Vince McMahon’s WWE. Below is a video review, where I show you every single page in this out-of-print book. Enjoy!Continue reading
Book Review: WWE Beyond Extreme
DK Publishing is back with another action-packed WWE book. In WWE Beyond Extreme you get 127 pages of high-flying, over-the-top WWE goodness from past and present to satiate even the most voracious of fans. Check out my video review below to learn more and get a preview of what’s inside.
WWE 35 Years Of WrestleMania
DK is back with another WWE book. This time it’s an updated version of WWE 30 Years of WrestleMania, a book I got autographed by “Mr. WrestleMania” himself: Shawn Michaels. This new edition expands on the previous one by adding five additional WrestleMania events, as well as other content. Below is my video review of WWE 35 Years of WrestleMania.
WWE SmackDown: 20 Years and Counting
DK is back with another hardcover book about WWE. This one, WWE SmackDown 20 Years and Counting, celebrates the first 20 years of WWE SmackDown, one of WWE’s most popular and iconic TV shows. Is this book worth your hard-earned cash? Watch my video review below to find out.