Girls, booze, drugs and lots of action; how has James Bond changed over the years
The fictional British Secret Service agent was created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short-story collections. This illustration is the writer's image of James Bond commissioned to aid comic strip artists.
The first James Bond movie, 'Dr. No' is a 1962 British spy film, starring Sean Connery in the main lead. Many of the iconic aspects of a typical James Bond film were established in this film, like how it begins with an introduction to the character through the view of a gun barrel and a highly stylised main title sequence. It got mixed responses from critics with some flagging it down for Bond's cruelty and the sexual content.
Daniel Craig continues the tradition of being a Bond. He was seen wearing blue trunks that his predecessor had worn a couple of years back for a similar scene. However, this Bond is less wild than his peers, he doesn't thrive on cigarettes, and nor have critics accused the movies of being overtly sexist like in earlier times.