List of James Bond villains

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The following is a list of primary antagonists in the James Bond novels and film series.

Novel villains by author[edit]

Ian Fleming[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Casino Royale Le Chiffre Pay off his embarrassing debts to his SMERSH masters by winning the money at Casino Royale's baccarat table. Bond beats Le Chiffre at baccarat. Shot between the eyes by a SMERSH hitman.
Live and Let Die Mr. Big (Buonaparte Ignace Gallia) Smuggle and sell ancient gold coins to finance SMERSH operations. Bond kills Mr Big. Eaten by sharks and barracuda after he falls into the water when Bond blows up his boat.
Moonraker Sir Hugo Drax (Graf Hugo von der Drache) Destroy London with a nuclear missile, the eponymous Moonraker. Before the Moonraker is launched, Bond and Gala escape. Gala gives Bond the proper coordinates to reprogram the gyros and send the Moonraker into the sea. Drax and his men escape to the North Sea in a Soviet submarine, but are killed in the explosion of the Moonraker when it lands in their vicinity.
Diamonds Are Forever Jack Spang Smuggle a large cache of diamonds worth millions of dollars from Africa to America to fund organisation. Smuggling operation is dismantled when all operatives are assassinated. Killed when Bond shoots down his helicopter.
Seraffimo Spang Bond shoots him while he is driving a train, causing it to derail and crash.
From Russia, with Love Rosa Klebb Kill Bond in a humiliating sex scandal, kill MI6 cryptanalysts with a boobytrapped cipher machine. Bond kills SMERSH assassin Grant and foils the booby trap plot, but is nearly killed by Klebb with a poisoned shoe blade. Captured by the Deuxième Bureau and later dies.
General Grubozaboyschikov Survives.
Dr. No Dr. Julius No Disrupt U.S.-guided missile tests. Dr. No is killed and the project is dismantled. Buried under a pile of guano by Bond.
Goldfinger Auric Goldfinger Steal the U.S. gold supply from Fort Knox to finance SMERSH. U.S. authorities are alerted by Bond. Strangled by Bond with his bare hands in a fit of rage after hijacking an aeroplane.
"From a View to a Kill" (short story) GRU agents Kill dispatch-riders of SHAPE to steal information from the British Secret Service. The riders are killed but the information is recovered by Bond. Shot by Bond and Mary Ann Russell.
"For Your Eyes Only" (short story) Colonel von Hammerstein Acquire the Havelock estate in Jamaica to use as a headquarters for a drug running operation. Obtains the estate, but both are later killed. Killed by Judy Havelock with an arrow.
Hector Gonzales Shot by Bond in firefight.
"Risico" (short story) Aristotle Kristatos Smuggle drugs, aid Soviet missile development, and trick Bond into killing rival. Bond discovers the truth. Shot by Bond while driving his car, and the car rolls off into the fog.
"The Hildebrand Rarity" (short story) Milton Krest Catch the Hildebrand Rarity by any means necessary. Succeeds, but dies. Chokes to death on the rare fish, possibly murdered by either his battered wife or a guest on his yacht he offended earlier that night. Bond throws the body overboard.
Thunderball Emilio Largo Blackmail the western world with two stolen atomic bombs. Bond discovers the location of the bombs. Shot in the neck with a speargun by his mistress, Domino.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld Survives.
The Spy Who Loved Me Mr. Sanguinetti Have his motel burnt down, and have Vivienne Michel assassinated to claim the property and life insurances. His assassins fail to kill Vivienne and set the place on fire. Arrested by the U.S. Border Patrol.
Sol "Horror" Horowitz and "Sluggsy" Morant Assassinate Vivienne Michel under orders of Mr. Sanguinetti and torch the motel owned by Sanguinetti. They fail to kill Vivienne and are killed themselves. Both are shot to death by Bond.
On Her Majesty's Secret Service Ernst Stavro Blofeld (a.k.a. Comte Balthazar le Bleuville) Develop a deadly virus to destroy British livestock and cereals. The virus and their headquarters are destroyed by Bond and Draco's Union Corse. Survives.
You Only Live Twice Ernst Stavro Blofeld (a.k.a. Dr. Guntram Shatterhand) He creates a "garden of death" and entices depressed Japanese to suicide. He charges for the suicides to refinance SPECTRE. His lair is destroyed and his henchmen are killed by Bond. Strangled by Bond with his bare hands in a fit of rage.
The Man with the Golden Gun Francisco (Paco) "Pistols" Scaramanga Expand his international crime organisation into the Caribbean and organise smuggling operations to finance. Kills one associate himself; another is shot by Leiter; the others die in a bridge explosion. Shot through the heart by Bond.
"Octopussy" (short story) Major Dexter Smythe Live off looted Nazi gold. Discovered by Bond, he is faced with the choice between prosecution and suicide. Accidentally stung by a scorpionfish, then partially eaten by an octopus.
"The Property of a Lady" (short story) Maria Freudenstein and her Soviet contact Receive secret payment for double agent services. Succeeds. Survives, but her contact is deported.
"The Living Daylights" (short story) Trigger, KGB assassin. Assassinate defector. Her gun is shot out of her hand before she can kill the defector. Wounded by Bond, she survives and escapes.
"007 in New York" (short story) KGB double-agent Blackmail MI6 using a female employee. Employee is tipped off by Bond. Arrested by the CIA.

Kingsley Amis (writing as Robert Markham)[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Colonel Sun Colonel Sun Liang-tan Sabotage USSR summit conference, frame Great Britain. Operatives are killed, and summit conference members are alerted. Stabbed in the back and heart by Bond.

Christopher Wood[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
James Bond, The Spy Who Loved Me Sigmund Stromberg Use stolen submarines to provoke a nuclear war between the U.S. and the Soviets, then rebuild humanity under the ocean. Bond destroys his base and blows up the submarines. Shot twice in the groin and twice in the chest by Bond.
James Bond and Moonraker Hugo Drax Fire a nerve agent from space to kill the entire population of earth, then create a new civilisation in space. Bond destroys his space station and, with it, the globes containing the nerve agent. Shot with a poison dart by Bond before being pushed out of an airlock and blown into the vacuum of space.

John Gardner[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Licence Renewed Dr. Anton Murik Hold nuclear power plants hostage in exchange for $50 billion to build a safe reactor. Bond gives the abort order to the henchmen. Shot by Bond with Gyrojet pistol.
For Special Services SPECTRE – Nena Bismaquer (née Blofeld) Use Bond to take control of NORAD. Nena's husband, Markus Bismaquer, breaks her hypnotic spell on Bond before the plan succeeds. Crushed by her own pythons.
Icebreaker Count Konrad von Glöda
(also known as "Aarne Tudeer")
Bring back Nazism by wiping out Communists. Bond defeats him with the aid of a Mossad agent and a member of the CIA. Shot by Bond.
Role of Honour Jay Autem Holy Disarm U.S. and Soviet nuclear weaponry through a computerised scheme to create world peace. Bond's "defection" to SPECTRE is actually a ruse, and he ruins them. Shot and killed by Rahani.
Tamil Rahani (SPECTRE) Disarm the U.S. nuclear weaponry to give the USSR an advantage in the Cold War. Escapes, but injures himself in his parachute landing, contracting cancer in his spinal cord and left terminally ill, with a short time left, between days and four months.
Nobody Lives for Ever Tamil Rahani (SPECTRE) Put a large bounty on Bond's head to have him assassinated following his terminal spinal cord diagnosis. Bond kills him. Blown up by bed bomb, courtesy of Bond.
No Deals, Mr. Bond General Konstantin Nikolaevich Chernov
(also known as "Blackfriar")
Kill all participants in a defunct espionage operation. Bond saves them. Arrested.
Scorpius Vladimir Scorpius
(also known as "Father Valentine")
Carry out assassinations with a cult of suicide bombers, ultimately kill the U.S. president and British prime minister. The cult is raided and disbanded, and the president and prime minister are saved. Bitten by cottonmouths.
Win, Lose or Die BAST–Bassam Baradj Capture aircraft carrier with US, UK, and USSR leaders on board and hold them for ransom. Bond overtakes the ship. Shot by Bond's ally.
Licence to Kill (novelization) Franz Sanchez Smuggle drugs. Bond destroys the factory. Set on fire by Bond.
Brokenclaw "Brokenclaw" Lee Fu-Chu Sell secret plans for underwater defence system to Red China, and crash the world stock market with a computerised scheme. Chinese agents captured and impersonated by Bond and ally, and their base is blown up. Shot by Bond with bow and arrow.
The Man from Barbarossa General Yevgeny Yuskovich Supply Iraq with nuclear weapons. Battleship with nuclear weapons destroyed. Dies when his ship is blown up.
Death is Forever Wolfgang Weisen Assassinate all members of British-American CABAL, and destabilise Western Europe by blowing up train containing several world leaders. Train remotely stopped before it can reach its destination. Electrocuted on train railing.
Never Send Flowers David Dragonpol Assassinate Princess Diana and her sons at Euro Disney. The royal family is prevented from arriving at Euro Disney. Blown up by his own bomb.
SeaFire Sir Maxwell Tarn Start oil spill fire during demonstration with U-boat. Bond destroys the submarine. Burns to death when Bond shoots him with a flare.
GoldenEye (novelization) Alec Trevelyan Ruin London's economy. His base is destroyed. Crushed by falling debris.
COLD General Brutus Clay Replace government with Puritan society. Bond discovers his plan and notifies his superiors to bomb the base. Bond shoots him off a boat and he drowns in the water.

Raymond Benson[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
"Blast from the Past" (short story) Irma Bunt Kill James Bond by shaving him with a razor soaked in Japanese pufferfish poison and "accidentally" nicking him. Bond is rescued by his girlfriend. Shot by Bond.
Zero Minus Ten Guy Thackeray Destroy Hong Kong with a nuclear bomb. The location of the bomb is discovered, and the bomb is neutralised. Drowned by Bond.
Tomorrow Never Dies (novelization) Elliot Carver Initiate a war between the United Kingdom and China by destroying Beijing to boost ratings. Bond and Wai-Lin destroy the bomb and Carver's base. Forced into the path of the Sea-Vac drill, controlled by Bond, and killed.
The Facts of Death Konstantine Romanos Instigate war between Greece and Turkey by firing nuclear missile into Turkey. Killed by fellow Decada member Hera Volopoulos. Killed by Hera.
Hera Volopoulos Release virus onto the world and profit from treatment. Stopped with assistance from Greek military. Blown up, then drowned by Bond.
"Midsummer Night's Doom" (short story) Anton Redenius (a likely reference to Doug Redenius of the Ian Fleming Foundation) Sell Ministry of Defence secrets to the Russian Mafia. After being identified as the culprit, the microfilm is retrieved by Bond. Arrested.
High Time to Kill Roland Marquis Retrieve Skin 17 microdot from corpse on Kangchenjunga mountain before Bond does and sell it to the Russian Mafia. Marquis gives Bond the microdot in exchange for oxygen. Chased by Bond to the mountain's peak and dies of oxygen deprivation.
Le Gérant, The Union Retrieve the microdot and sell it to the Chinese government. Survives.
The World Is Not Enough (novelization) Elektra King Kill her father to take over his oil business and destroy Istanbul in order to monopolise the oil market. Succeeds in killing her father, Sir Robert King, but Bond kills her and Renard's submarine is sunk. Shot in the chest by Bond.
Victor 'Renard' Zokas Assassinate Elektra's father and then use a nuclear submarine to destroy Istanbul; allowing him to commit one final act of terror and giving Elektra leverage over the oil industry. Succeeds in killing Sir Robert King, but Bond kills Elektra, kills him and sinks the submarine. Impaled by his own plutonium rod shot out of the reactor by Bond.
"Live at Five" (short story) KGB (Natalia's coach) Prevent Russian ice skater Natalia Lustokov's defection to the West. Bond helps the skater defect on live television. The KGB is embarrassed in public.
Doubleshot Domingo Espada Overthrow Gibraltar's government with a series of assassinations, then frame James Bond by using a lookalike as assassin and install Espada as the new governor. Bond kills his double and takes his place, foiling the coup. Shot through cheek by Bond and chokes to death on his own blood.
Le Gérant, The Union Survives.
Never Dream of Dying Le Gérant, The Union Make a political statement about Western decadence by blowing up the Cannes Film Festival with CL-20 explosives. Bond discovers the location of the bomb, prevents remote detonation by telephone call, and informs the authorities. Blown up in an escape helicopter by Bond's grenade launcher. The Union is permanently disbanded soon after.
Goro Yoshida Survives.
The Man with the Red Tattoo Goro Yoshida Release a deadly mutant strain of the West Nile virus via mosquitoes on the Western world. The virus is destroyed. Commits seppuku before he can be captured by Bond.
Die Another Day (novelization) Colonel Moon/Gustav Graves Smuggle diamonds and use the Icarus satellite to attack South Korea before invading it. Bond dismantles the diamond smuggling operation and the Icarus controls are destroyed. His escape vehicle is driven over a cliff, then his parachute is opened by Bond next to the torn fuselage, sucking him out into the plane engine.

Sebastian Faulks[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Devil May Care Dr. Julius Gorner Import opium into Britain, and force Bond to pilot an airliner into Soviet territory and bomb it, making it appear to be the UK's doing. Bond gains control of the airliner and crashes it into a mountainside. Shot by Bond, he jumps into a river to escape, where he is torn apart by a boat's paddles.

Jeffery Deaver[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Carte Blanche Severan Hydt Use a prototype Serbian weapon known as a "Cutter" to destroy a university in York, killing a cancer researcher who could ruin his employer, a pharmaceutical corporation. Bond is able to warn British authorities about the Cutter before it detonates. Shot by an associate, Niall Dunne.
Felicity Willing Uses her position as head of the International Organisation Against Hunger to strategically distribute food aid across northern Africa, giving the government of Sudan a pretext to go to war with the south; set Dunne up in Hydt's organization and put authorities on his trail so they don't interfere. She is tricked into confessing to the scheme by Bond and Bheka Jordaan. Extradited to a secret location after evidence is planted to suggest she was embezzling money from her Chinese backers.

William Boyd[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Solo Kobus Breed Use Dahumni children as drug mules to smuggle raw heroin into the States. Bond tracks him down to Washington, D.C. Shot and left for dead by Bond.

Anthony Horowitz[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Trigger Mortis Jason Sin Sabotage US rocket test launch. Blow up the Empire State Building with train bomb and make it appear to be the rocket's doing by spreading debris of duplicate rocket around bomb site. Use public outcry to give USSR advantage in the Space Race. Bomb neutralized and train derailed en route to the Empire State Building. Electrocuted by train railing.
Forever and a Day Irwin Wolfe Smuggle more than 5,000 pounds of heroin into the United States using his yacht Mirabelle and start a narcotic addiction epidemic. This is intended to force the US government to focus on combating the epidemic rather than engaging in wars abroad, thereby preventing American soldiers from dying in combat as his two sons had. Mirabelle destroyed by a bomb blast, thus destroying the heroin shipment Shot by corrupt CIA agent Reade Griffith
Jean-Paul Scipio Expand his heroin monopoly beyond Corsica and into the United States by assisting with Wolfe's plan. Drowned on the sinking Mirabelle after becoming stuck in a passageway due to his obese size.
With a Mind to Kill Stalnaya Ruka (Including General Grubozaboyschikov & Colonel Boris) Still believing Bond to be brainwashed from the events of "The Man With the Golden Gun", Stalnaya Ruka smuggle Bond back to Russia to carry out an assassination on Nikita Khrushchev for his liberal views, wanting him killed by a British agent, so that they could insert a more hardliner communist President. Bond is not really brainwashed, & assassinates Colonel Boris, the man who brainwashed Bond in The Man with the Golden Gun, who is in the crowd at the opera instead. Bond leaves the Soviet Union through forged paperwork, believing the investigation that follows will uncover Stalnaya Ruka's hand in trying to assassinate Khrushchev, & which will result in the members being imprisoned & most likely executed.

Charlie Higson[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
On His Majesty's Secret Service Æthelstan of Wessex Take over the throne of the United Kingdom by crashing its economy, restoring the country into an Absolute Monarchy. Bond's military contacts stage an assault at Æthelstan's base after Bond's cover was blown, disrupting his plans and forcing him on the run. Mercy-killed by Bond after being fatally gunned down by his former associate, Ragneiður Radnarsdóttir. Bond also foils an assassination attempt on Charles III by Æthelstan's illegitimate daughter after being tipped off by Ragneiður.

Young Bond series[edit]

Charlie Higson[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
SilverFin Lord Randolph Hellebore Achieve world domination with an army of humans made more powerful through the use of a serum that manipulates hormones and the endocrine system. Bond and George Hellebore wreck his laboratory by smashing the serum tubes and igniting the paperwork. Eaten alive by eels alongside his mutated brother Algar.
Blood Fever Count Ugo Carnifex Steal paintings and sculptures from around the world using the aid of a secret band of villains named the Milennaria. His benefactor floods his palace for his failure. Dies in the chaos of the flooding fortress when struck by his own seaplane.
Double or Die Irina Sedova "Babushka" Create an innovative decoding machine for the Russians called the Nemesis. Bond destroys the machine. Spared by Bond. Returns in By Royal Command, where she once again survives.
Hurricane Gold Mrs. Glass Sell important American documents to the Japanese. Succeeds. Imprisoned on Huracán's island.
El Huracán Punish all guests on his island who break his rules. Bond beats his obstacle course and escapes. Spared by Bond.
By Royal Command Dr. Perseus Friend Assist the Nazi cause by making a plan to murder King George, and also stage a personal vendetta against James Bond after he foiled his work at the end of SilverFin. Bond saves the king, destroys Friend's operation and forces Sedova to kill Friend. Shot in the face by Colonel Sedova.
Irina Sedova "Babushka" Find and kill Friend after King George is dead. Shot by Bond, but survives because of her bulletproof jacket.
"A Hard Man to Kill" (short story) Emil Lefebrve Help General Caiboche escape. Succeeds.
Caiboche Escape from custody. Survives.

Steve Cole[edit]

Novel Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Shoot to Kill Anton Kostler Take control of the media worldwide by filming other people's torturing and killing by him. Bond foils his plans by exposing him to the British Secret Services then killing him. Burned alive by the fire on his zeppelin accidentally ignited by him, then impaled on a tree branch through his left eye.
Heads You Die Audacto 'Scolopendra' Solares Blackmail Great Britain to become a vassal of the Soviet Union with poisoned money presented in its economy. All the poisoned banknotes were destroyed in a fire. Stabbed in the back by his daughter, Jagua.
La Velada Manipulate Scolopendra to help her achieve her own goals, then kill him. Survives.
Strike Lightning Konstantin Grünner Buy and use the prototype Steel Shadow battlesuits to aid Nazi war efforts. All battlesuits destroyed. Incinerated by molten metal.
Red Nemesis Andrei Karachan Kill King George V at the Royal Opera House with explosives; then place their mimicking henchman, Mimic in his place, so they can rule Great Britain. Bond foils their plans by exposing and killing them. Killed by Bond and Anya Kalashnikova using the Beretta 418 once belonged to Andrew Bond.
La Velada Blown up by Bond.
Adam Elmhirst Falls from a radio tower after getting shot by Bond and gets impaled by an adjacent mast.

Villains by comics[edit]

Comic strips[edit]

Daily Express (1958–1977)[edit]

Comic strip serials released by the Daily Express between 1958 and 1977 were divided in two distinct eras, the John McLusky era from 1958 to 1966, and Yaroslav Horak & Jim Lawrence era from 1968 to 1977. The Daily Express Bond strips drawn between 1958 and the 1967 "Spy Who Loved Me" storyline are all streamlined adaptations of the Ian Fleming novels and short stories, and feature mainly the same villains. Starting from 1968 with the storyline "The Harpies", all storylines of Jim Lawrence era, with the exception for the adaptation of Kingsley Amis's Colonel Sun, were all original. The Daily Express discontinued publishing James Bond comic strips in 1977. The original creative – Horak, Lawrence and McLusky – would subsequently develop Bond comic strips for other British and European syndications from 1977 to 1984.

Storyline Villain Objective Outcome Fate
The Harpies (October 10, 1968 – June 23, 1969) Simon Nero
River of Death (June 24, 1969 – November 29, 1969) Dr. Cat
Colonel Sun (December 1, 1969 – August 28, 1970) Colonel Sun Liang-tan Stabbed by Bond and eventually succumbs to the wounds
The Golden Ghost (August 21, 1970 – January 16, 1971) Felix Ignace Bruhl Hold wealthy passengers aboard the Golden Ghost airship for ransom The Royal Navy rescues the hostages Falls to his death while charging Bond
Fear Face (January 18, 1971 – April 20, 1971) Ferenc Kress
Double Jeopardy (April 21, 1971 – August 28, 1971) Fritz Kumura
Starfire (August 30, 1971 – December 24, 1971) Luke Quantrill
Trouble Spot (December 28, 1971 – June 10, 1972) Baron Sharck
Isle of Condors (June 12, 1972 – October 21, 1972) Niccolo Uccelli
The League of Vampires (October 25, 1972 – February 28, 1973) Xerxes Xerophanos Use his vampire cult to eliminate his business rivals and secure monopoly on computer components
Die with My Boots On (March 1, 1973 – June 18, 1973) Benny 'the Barber' Pignelli
The Girl Machine (June 19, 1973 – December 3, 1973) Sheikh Harun El-Adar
Beware of Butterflies (December 4, 1973 – May 11, 1974) Attila
The Nevsky Nude (May 13, 1974 – September 21, 1974) Sir Ulric Herne
The Phoenix Project (September 23, 1974 – February 18, 1975) Kazim
The Black Ruby Caper(February 19, 1975 – July 15, 1975) Herr Rubin
Till Death Do Us Apart (July 7, 1975 – October 14, 1975) Stefan Radomir
The Torch-Time Affair (October 15, 1975 – January 15, 1976) Carmen Perez & Ricardo Auza
Hot-Shot (January 16, 1976 – June 1, 1976) Dr. Julius No (alias Mr. Huliraya) Use puppet terrorist cell to eliminate competition Ship scuttled by Bond Dies with the ship
Nightbird (June 2, 1976 – November 4, 1976) Ferdinand Polgar
Ape of Diamonds (November 5, 1976 – January 22, 1977) Hartley Rameses

Other comic strips (1977–1984)[edit]

Storyline Villain Objective Outcome Fate
When the Wizard Awakes (30 January 1977 – 22 May 1977) Attila Toth
Sea Dragon (1977) Magda Mather
Death Wing (1977–1978) Matteo Mortellito
The Xanadu Connection (1978) Kubla Khan & Tekla Brent
Shark Bait (1978–1979) Colonel Yurogin
Doomcrack (2 February 1981 – 19 August 1981) Madam Spectra
The Paradise Plot (20 August 1981 – 4 June 1982 ) Gabriel Starovsky / Father Star
Deathmask (7 June 1982 – 2 February 1983) Ivor Nyborg
Flittermouse (9 February 1983 – 20 May 1983) Dr. Cat
Polestar (23 May 1983 – 15 July 1983) Robert Ayr
The Scent of Danger (1983) Madam Spectra (as Madam Della Rosa)
Snake Goddess (1983–1984) Vidyala
Double Eagle (1984) Wulf Ehrnt

Dark Horse Comics[edit]

Story Arcs[edit]

Storyline Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Serpent's Tooth Indigo Use nuclear warheads stolen from submarines to detonate them underground and cause continental drifts that will flood the earth and destroy human civilization. Thus, allowing him to "wipe the slate clean" and restart civilization with his genetically engineered creatures. Bond gets into the control room and sabotages the countdown trigger, causing the bombs not to detonate when it reaches zero. Bond jumpkicks him, causing him to be pushed into a exhibit of a fallen dinosaur skull and fatally pierced by its teeth.
Light of My Death Amos
Minute of Midnight Lexis
The Quasimodo Gambit Maximilian Steel (a.k.a Quasimodo)

Dynamite Entertainment[edit]

Story Arcs[edit]

Storyline Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Vargr Slaven Kurjak Further develop his lethal chemical agent by distributing them as recreational drugs for his experiments. Bond finds out about the plan and escapes Kurjak's death trap. Bond informs British authorities of Kurjak's plan and subsequently destroys Kurjak's base of operations in Norway. Intercepted by Bond when Kurjak abandons his hideout and swims to the nearby shore. Kurjak is summarily shot by Bond.
Eidolon Beckett Hawkwood Mortally injured from fighting Bond and in no condition to escape the authorities, Hawkwood kills himself by slitting his throat.
Hammerhead Victoria Hunt (a.k.a Kraken) Restore the British Empire to its former glory by using a remote control to hijack HMS Vengeance to fire a nuclear missile to London. The ensuing devastation allows her to establish her own government and rebuilding the country anew. Believed to have been killed, Bond gets inside Victoria's base and gains control of the Hammerhead Railgun, which he uses to shoot down the nuclear missile fired from HMS Vengeance. Bond uses the Hammerhead Railgun to kill Victoria.
Black Box Saga Genji Using the data gained from the massive online security breach, now stored in his "black box", Genji aims to use the incriminating information to elevate country of Japan into a global leader. Bond kills Genji and acquires the Black Box, averting global chaos Genji's final attempt on Bond's life fails, when the latter uses light from a smartphone to reveal Genji's location and throws a knife into Genji's head, killing him.
Kill Chain
The Body
James Bond 007
Big Things
Agent of SPECTRE Ernst Stavro Blofeld Use James Bond to contain the internal coup within SPECTRE, being spearheaded by Titania Jones. Succeeds in killing Titania Jones and retaining control of SPECTRE. He is unsuccessful in trying to kill Bond and Leiter, and he loses Meraki. Survives, but scarred from the explosion
Titania Jones / Number 7 Carry out a coup against Blofeld and gain control of the island stronghold "Meraki." The coup at Meraki fails and Titania is subdued by Bond. Shot through the head by Blofeld, after Bond had incapacited her power armor and surrendered to him.


Storyline Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Service Jack Marshall Kill United States Secretary of State, Alexander Thomas. Bond escapes capture and foils the initial assassination plan. Regardless, Marshall is able to acquire a pistol pursue and corner Alexander Thomas. However, Marshall is unable to shoot Thomas due to the pistol being faulty, allowing Bond to prevent the assassination. Shot by Bond before Marshall regains his aim at Thomas.
Solstice Anatoly Zima Use an estranged relative of M, codenamed Solstice, who has become infatuated with Zima, to blackmail M and regain the respect of his former Russian spy masters. Zima is outmaneuvered by Bond, and brawl in a hotel suite. Bond gains Zima's phone and gives a fraudulent response to make Solstice to break-up on Zima Zima is unable to overpower Bond and is strangled to death.
Reflections of Death Oscar Ledesma (a.k.a The Silencer)

Other comics[edit]

Storyline Villain Objective Outcome Fate
Permission to Die (by Mike Grell) Dr. Erik Widziadlo Fire a nuclear warhead from his ram-tube spacecraft launcher to destroy Victoria, British Columbia in hopes of making mankind understand how dangerous nuclear power is. Edáine Gayla, who is planning to die with Widziadlo, sabotages the warhead and the missile launcher to destroy Widziadlo's base and operations. Dies in the base explosion while hugging Gayla.

Film villains by production[edit]

Eon Productions films[edit]

Film Villain Portrayed by Objective Outcome Status
Dr. No Dr. Julius No Joseph Wiseman Use a nuclear radio beam to topple Cape Canaveral's space program. Bond disables the radio beam by overloading the nuclear reactor. Slowly boils to death in the reactor's cooling vat after a struggle with Bond.
From Russia With Love Colonel Rosa Klebb Lotte Lenya Trick James Bond and MI6 into stealing a Soviet decoder machine called the Lektor so they can steal it from them, while also destroying Bond's reputation in a humiliating sex scandal and eventually killing him as revenge for the death of Dr. No. Bond acquires the device for MI6 and evades SPECTRE's attempts on his life. Shot in the chest by Tatiana Romanova during an attempt to murder Bond after her last plan failed.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld Anthony Dawson (body), Eric Pohlmann (voice) Survives (no contact between him and Bond).
Goldfinger Auric Goldfinger Gert Fröbe Irradiate the gold in Fort Knox with a nuclear weapon to increase the value of his own gold. An American technician safely disables the bomb. Sucked out of the shattered window of a depressurizing plane, falling to his death.
Thunderball Emilio Largo Adolfo Celi Steal two atomic bombs and use them to extort money from various world governments. The bombs are recovered and safely destroyed by Bond and the U.S. Coast Guard. Shot in the back with a harpoon by his mistress, Domino.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld Anthony Dawson (body), Eric Pohlmann (voice) Survives (no contact between him and Bond).
You Only Live Twice Ernst Stavro Blofeld Donald Pleasence Trigger a war between the United States and Soviet Union, on the behalf of China, by capturing their space capsules midflight. Bond uses a self-destruct button in Blofeld's lair to destroy the Bird One spacecraft. Survives, although wounded.
On Her Majesty's Secret Service Ernst Stavro Blofeld Telly Savalas Distribute an infertility-based viral plague to destroy livestock and cereals, unless issued a pardon by the United Nations and the title of count by the College of Arms. Bond and Marc Ange Draco destroy the laboratory and radio station from which commands to distribute the viruses are issued. Agents supposedly neutralised. Survives, despite neck injury. His henchwoman Irma Bunt assassinates Tracy di Vicenzo, Bond's newly married wife, on their honeymoon.
Diamonds Are Forever Ernst Stavro Blofeld Charles Gray Steal diamonds to fabricate a laser satellite which can remotely detonate nuclear stockpiles, then use said laser to extort the world's nuclear powers. Bond smashes Blofeld's mini-sub against the control room of his lair, disabling the satellite and causing severe damage to his lair. Survived the fiery demolition of the control room of his oil rig headquarters as he returns in the opening of For Your Eyes Only, where Bond drops him down an industrial chimney.
Live and Let Die Dr. Kananga / Mr. Big Yaphet Kotto Distribute a large cache of heroin into the United States without cost, driving his competitors out of business and gaining a monopoly. Quarrel Jr. destroys Kananga's poppy fields with a series of explosives. Forced by Bond to ingest a compressed gas pellet, causing him to inflate and explode.
The Man with the Golden Gun Francisco Scaramanga Christopher Lee Kill James Bond and sell the Solex Agitator, a device that can harness solar energy for destructive purposes. Bond retrieves the Agitator for MI6 and defeats Scaramanga in mortal combat. Shot in the chest by Bond during their duel.
The Spy Who Loved Me Karl Stromberg Curd Jürgens Capture a British submarine and a Soviet submarine and use them to trick Britain and the USSR into starting a nuclear war. Once the world's population has been decimated, repopulate the Earth with a new society under his control formed in secret bases under the ocean. Bond redirects the British and Soviet nuclear missiles' coordinates so that the missile fired by each sub hits the other, destroying them. Shot repeatedly by Bond using his own dinner table booby trap.
Moonraker Hugo Drax Michael Lonsdale Fire a nerve agent from space, poisoning Earth's atmosphere and killing off the human population. Rebuild humanity in space with carefully selected humans. The space station containing the poisonous globes is destroyed by US Marines, and the three globes that were launched are destroyed by Bond and Holly Goodhead. Shot with a poison-tipped dart by Bond and ejected into outer space.
For Your Eyes Only Aristotle Kristatos Julian Glover Retrieve an ATAC missile command system lost by the British in a shipwreck and sell it to the Soviet Union. Additionally, trick Bond and MI6 into killing his main rival, Milos Columbo. Bond joins forces with Melina Havelock and Milos Columbo, infiltrating Kristatos' hideout and throwing the device off a cliff. Stabbed with a knife thrown by Columbo.
Octopussy Prince Kamal Khan Louis Jourdan Execute General Orlov's plan in exchange for being paid in jewels stolen from the Kremlin. The jewels are recovered by the KGB. Attempts to escape in his plane, but Bond disables the left engine of the plane, causing Khan to crash it into a mountain, killing him.
General Orlov Steven Berkoff Smuggle a nuclear warhead onto a US Air Force Base in West Germany and detonate it to clear a path for the Soviet Bloc to conquer Western Europe. Bond, with the help of Octopussy, disarms the bomb. Shot by guards who believe that he is trying to defect.
A View to a Kill Max Zorin Christopher Walken Trigger an earthquake along the San Andreas fault to destroy Silicon Valley, thus wiping out his competitors in the microchip market and giving him a monopoly. Zorin leaves May Day to die. Enraged, she smuggles the bomb out of the blast radius, sacrificing herself. Falls from the top of the Golden Gate Bridge during a fight with Bond.
The Living Daylights General Georgi Koskov Jeroen Krabbé Fake a defection and trick MI6 into killing his rival, General Pushkin, to cover-up his weapon smuggling racket, which Pushkin was investigating. Bond and Pushkin fake the latter's assassination and Bond destroys the shipment of opium that Koskov was going to use to buy weapons from Whitaker. Arrested by Pushkin; implied to be executed by the Soviet government, off-screen.
Brad Whitaker Joe Don Baker Engage in a triangle deal with Koskov and the Mujahadeen, where Whitaker will get valuable opium in exchange for high-tech weapons. Bond destroys the shipment of opium, ruining the deal. Bond activates a bomb disguised as a key chain, dropping a bust of Wellington on Whitaker, crushing him.
Licence to Kill Franz Sanchez Robert Davi Smuggle a large shipment of cocaine into Asia by dissolving the substance in petrol. Bond destroys the refinery used to dissolve the cocaine and later the four tankers that are already filled. Bond sets Sanchez, who is soaked in gasoline due to a tanker crash, on fire with a lighter gifted by Felix. Burning Sanchez stumbles into a leaking tank truck, causing the leaked gasoline to catch on fire and make the tanker explode, killing Sanchez.
GoldenEye Alec 'Janus' Trevelyan Sean Bean Use an EMP weapon called GoldenEye to destroy London's economy in revenge for British repatriation of Lienz Cossacks. Also aims to eliminate Severnaya survivor Natalia Simonova, before she becomes too much trouble. Bond brings Natalia to Janus satellite communication base in Cuba, where she gains access to the remaining GoldenEye satellite's controls and reprograms it to initiate atmospheric re-entry, thus destroying itself. Before Trevelyan's henchman Boris is able to undo Natalia's programming, Bond sabotages the dish's antenna by jamming its gears, rendering Boris unable to communicate with the GoldenEye and stop it from self-destructing. Bond drops Alec to the bottom of the dish surface, and subsequently ends crushed by the antenna's collapsing beam steering mechanism.
Tomorrow Never Dies Elliot Carver Jonathan Pryce Cause a war between the UK and China by firing a cruise missile from a sunken British warship towards Beijing, both so he can arrange a broadcasting deal with a new Chinese government and so that his media empire will have more news to cover. Bond destroys Carver's stealth boat in a massive explosion, destroying the missile before it can launch. Pushed into the path of his own Sea-Vac drill, tearing him to shreds.
The World Is Not Enough Elektra King Sophie Marceau Gain a monopoly on crude oil in Europe by setting off a nuclear explosion in Istanbul to destroy a competing pipeline. Bond kills her and then stops the detonation of the submarine. Shot in the chest by Bond after she refused to order Renard to surrender.
Victor 'Renard' Zokas Robert Carlyle Detonate a nuclear submarine in the waters of Istanbul to serve Elektra's plan. Bond kills him before he can overload the submarine's reactor. Impaled by a plutonium rod, shot out of the sub's reactor core at high speed, by Bond.
Die Another Day Gustav Graves / Colonel Tan-Sun Moon Toby Stephens / Will Yun Lee Use the sun-enhancing satellite Icarus to cut a path through the Korean Demilitarized Zone, provoking a war between North and South Korea. Icarus is rendered harmless when Bond destroys the control device. Bond pulls the cord on his parachute, sucking him into his plane's engine upon getting electrocuted.
Casino Royale Le Chiffre Mads Mikkelsen Recoup his clients' squandered funds by winning a poker tournament at the Casino Royale. Bond wins the tournament. Shot in the forehead by Mr. White.
Mr. White Jesper Christensen Assassinate Le Chiffre and steal back the money. Succeeds. Arrested by Bond.
Quantum of Solace Dominic Greene Mathieu Amalric Carry out a coup d'état in Bolivia and install his puppet ruler, General Medrano, in exchange for land hiding a massively valuable, undiscovered aquifer. Then sell the new Bolivian government water from the aquifer at massively inflated prices. Bond intercepts Greene and Medrano before they can carry out the coup. Bond abandons him in the middle of the Bolivian desert, with nothing but a can of motor oil to drink. He is later reported to have been shot by an anonymous assassin after drinking the oil.
Mr. White Jesper Christensen Escape MI6 custody. Succeeds. Survives (returns in Spectre where he has been poisoned and commits suicide using Bond's Walther PPK).
Skyfall Raoul Silva Javier Bardem Take revenge on M by launching a massive cyberattack on MI6 and then personally carry out her assassination. Indirectly succeeds. Bond foils his first assassination attempt, but later she is fatally wounded by one of his henchmen. (Although, he does not live to realize this or find the closure he sought.) Bond throws a hunting knife into his back.
Spectre Franz Oberhauser / Ernst Stavro Blofeld Christoph Waltz Gain control of a global surveillance program called "Nine Eyes". Bond destroys Blofeld's data center and Q prevents the Nine Eyes program from being activated. Arrested by M after he survives his escape helicopter being shot down by Bond.
Max Denbigh / C Andrew Scott Engages in a fight with M and falls to his death.
No Time to Die Lyutsifer Safin Rami Malek Wipe out SPECTRE's high-command for their betrayal of his family. Later take revenge on the world at large by using "Heracles" – a DNA-based bioweapon which SPECTRE stole from MI6. Succeeds in wiping out SPECTRE but fails to spread Heracles worldwide due to the Royal Navy's and Bond's intervention, which destroys the facility producing it. Shot by Bond after a brief fistfight.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld Christoph Waltz Escape prison, restore SPECTRE, and eliminate Bond using Heracles. Safin uses Heracles to assassinate the entire SPECTRE high-command in Cuba and later tricks Bond and Madelaine Swann into killing Blofeld with it. Inadvertently infected with Heracles when Bond briefly touches and strangles him during an interrogation and dies as a result.

Non-Eon works[edit]

Film Villain Portrayed by Objective Outcome Fate
Casino Royale (1954 TV episode) Le Chiffre Peter Lorre Escape bankruptcy with baccarat game. Loses to Bond. Shot by Bond.
Casino Royale (1967 film) Dr. Noah/Jimmy Bond Woody Allen Use biological warfare to make all women beautiful, then wipe out all men bigger than him to make him get the girls. Poisoned by The Detainer with his own atomic pill. Blown up by pill.
Le Chiffre Orson Welles Recover embezzled SMERSH funds in baccarat game. Loses game to Evelyn Tremble. Shot by SMERSH agents inside of a video screen.
Never Say Never Again Maximillian Largo Klaus Maria Brandauer Hold world powers for ransom with nuclear weapons. The weapons are retrieved by Bond. Shot in the back with harpoon by Domino.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld Max von Sydow Survives (no contact between him and Bond).

Video game villains[edit]

Following is a list of original main villains in James Bond computer and video games.

Game Villain Portrayed by Objective Outcome Fate
GoldenEye 007 Alec Trevelyan Sean Bean (likeness) Use Goldeneye to rob and destroy London. Bond destroys Goldeneye's controls. After Trevelyan withdraws to a small platform at the bottom of the antenna's azimuth arm, the player can kill him the way they see fit. Bonus scene is shown if the player manages to force him off the platform.
Tomorrow Never Dies Elliot Carver Jonathan Pryce (likeness)
Andrew Burt (voice)
Fire a nuclear missile at Beijing, eliminating the current Chinese government in favour of politicians who will grant him exclusive broadcasting rights in China. Bond aborts the missile launch. Shot and killed by Bond.
James Bond 007 General Golgov N/A Use a nuclear holocaust to emerge as the ruler of the world. Bond destroys Golgov's robot with a bazooka. Dies in the explosion.
The World is Not Enough Elektra King Sophie Marceau (likeness) Sumalee Montano (voice) Kill her father to take over his oil business, and then destroy İstanbul in a nuclear explosion to monopolise the oil market. Succeeds in killing her father; however, Bond escapes captivity at Maiden's Tower and boards the nuclear submarine. Shot and killed by Bond.
Renard Robert Carlyle (likeness)
David Robb (voice)
Overload the reactor of a nuclear submarine to generate a nuclear explosion, destroying İstanbul and increasing the value of Elektra's oil. Bond stops Renard from blowing up the nuclear submarine. Impaled by a plutonium rod shot out of the sub's core at high speed by Bond.
007 Racing Dr. Hammond Litte Tim Bentinck Smuggle stolen NATO warheads to terrorists via his automobile line, then later commit genocide using a deadly virus. His smuggling operation is dissolved by Bond, and the plane carrying the virus is destroyed. Presumably killed when Bond blows up his plane.
Agent Under Fire Adrian Malprave Corina Harmon Kidnap the world trade leaders, create clones, kill the G8, then force the clones to give her control of the world. Bond destroys her cloning lab and kills the clones. Dies when headquarters explodes.
Nightfire Rafael Drake Michael Ensign Destroy NATO forces in a massive air strike from space using a hijacked United States Space Defence Platform, allowing him to take over the world. Bond disables the missiles' targeting systems, sending them off course. Shot with a laser by Bond.
Everything or Nothing Nikolai Diavolo Willem Dafoe Take over Russia and the world by using a metal-eating nanobot army, then get revenge on Bond for the death of his mentor Max Zorin. Bond destroys the nanobots. Falls into a missile silo after Bond shoots Diavolo's control tower with a rocket launcher.
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Auric Goldfinger Gert Fröbe (likeness)
Enn Reitel (voice).
Use the OMEN virus to take over the world. Goldeneye uses the OMEN virus against Goldfinger's forces. Destroyed by the OMEN virus set off by Goldeneye.
Dr. Julius No Joseph Wiseman (likeness)
Carlos Alazraqui (voice).
Electrocuted in his own reactor.
Number 1 Donald Pleasence (likeness)
Gideon Emery (voice).
Manipulate Goldeneye into killing off his two liabilities, Dr. No and Goldfinger. Succeeds. Survives, no contact with Goldeneye.
Francisco Scaramanga Christopher Lee (likeness and voice).
From Russia with Love Rosa Klebb Lotte Lenya (likeness)
Karly Rothenberg (voice)
Kill Bond and obtain the Lektor. Bond survives and gets the Lektor to MI6. Shot in the chest by Tatiana Romanova.
Donald 'Red' Grant Robert Shaw (likeness)
Brian McCole (voice)
Bond shoots him with a Wright Magnum. OCTOPUS is believed to have fallen apart afterwards.
Quantum of Solace Dominic Greene Mathieu Amalric (likeness and voice). Stage a coup d'état in Bolivia, to gain control of a piece of land rich in resources. Camille kills General Medrano (Greene's associate, who will execute the plan), and Bill Tanner, using hacking, bankrupts Greene, nullifying all of his efforts. Killed in the gunfight by Bond.
GoldenEye 007 (2010 remake) Alec Trevelyan Elliot Cowan Use Goldeneye to rob and destroy London, as punishment for their greed. Bond destroys Goldeneye's controls. Falls to his death after Bond shoots him.
Blood Stone Stefan Pomerov Laurentio Passa Weaponise an antidote for smallpox and anthrax, then release it upon the world. Bond blows up his factory, then prevents his plane from releasing the toxin. Blown out of his plane after Bond shoots the door open.
Rak James Goode Aid in the kidnapping of scientists and sell their research. Killed by Bond. Shot by Bond, causing him to fire a rocket at his plane, which thus explodes, killing him.
Nicole Hunter Joss Stone Organise the kidnapping of scientists. Bond discovers her connection with the kidnapping plot and chases after her. Shot by an unmanned drone controlled by her "boss" (after the release of Spectre, it was implied that the "boss" is none other than Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz)).
007 Legends Auric Goldfinger Gert Fröbe (likeness)
Timothy Watson (voice)
Irradiate the gold supply of Fort Knox with a bomb. The bomb is disabled. Blown out of plane window.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld Glenn Wrage Blackmail the UN with the threat of a deadly virus that will wipe out all livestock and cereals. The base is destroyed by Bond. Thrown out of cable car by Bond and presumed dead. Later fires at James Bond and his wife, Tracey Bond, in an act of revenge, killing the latter.
Franz Sanchez Robert Davi Smuggle drugs in Asia. The shipment is attacked by Bond. Set on fire by Bond and burns to death.
Gustav Graves Toby Stephens Invade South Korea using the Icarus. Icarus is disabled. Sucked into plane engine.
Hugo Drax Michael Lonsdale Kill the entire human race, then rebuild humanity in outer space. The space station is destroyed by Bond. Blown out of airlock and suffocated.
Patrice Ola Rapace Kill MI6 agents in İstanbul, and assassinate a man in Shanghai. Succeeds, but is killed by Bond. Dropped off of a skyscraper by Bond.

Villainous organisations[edit]

  • SMERSH – SMiERt SHpionam, "Death to Spies", Bond's original nemesis in the novels, though only taking an active role in the 1954 TV film, 1967 film Casino Royale and only briefly mentioned in the others (apparently disbanded 20 years before the events of The Living Daylights). The Soviet agency is in charge of assassination, loosely based on the real-life SMERSH.
  • SPECTRE – SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion, first appeared in the novel Thunderball and replaced SMERSH as Bond's nemesis in the films. The independent terrorist organisation is headed by Ernst Stavro Blofeld. In the 2015 film, Spectre, 007 digs deep into the organisation and tries to get payback for the murder of M (Judi Dench); he discovers the organisation is headed by his adopted brother Franz Oberhauser, now calling himself Blofeld, and that its entire purpose was to personally persecute Bond himself.
  • The Spangled Mob – Bond's enemy in the novel Diamonds Are Forever, appearing also in Goldfinger and The Man with the Golden Gun. The mob is an American Mafia family based in Las Vegas.
  • Drax Metals – Hugo Drax's metal company in Moonraker, renamed "Drax Industries" in the film, where it specialises in Space Shuttle-like spacecraft.
  • Sternberg Shipping Line – Karl Stromberg's organisation in The Spy Who Loved Me. As well as operating the titular shipping line, it features its own line of laboratories.
  • Zorin Enterprises – Max Zorin's multinational conglomerate, operating in computer hardware and mining, in A View to a Kill.
  • Entreprises Auric A.G. – Auric Goldfinger's organisation in Goldfinger. Divisions include a stud farm in Kentucky named "Auric Stud".
  • KGB – Soviet intelligence agency.
  • Janus Syndicate – Alec Trevelyan's vehemently anti-British terrorist organisation in GoldenEye.
  • CMGN – Carver Media Group Network, Elliot Carver's self-made mass media empire in Tomorrow Never Dies.
  • The Scales of Justice – A movement in John Gardner's The Man from Barbarossa.
  • Yakuza – Japanese crime gang in the novel The Man with the Red Tattoo.
  • COLD – The Children of Last Days, a terrorist organisation that Bond faces in the novel COLD.
  • The Union – A villainous organisation in Raymond Benson's novels High Time to Kill, Doubleshot, and Never Dream of Dying.
  • OCTOPUS – Replaces SPECTRE in the video game From Russia with Love (an adaptation of the 1963 film) for copyright reasons.
  • BAST – The Brotherhood of Anarchy and Secret Terrorism, featured in the novel Win, Lose or Die.
  • Quantum – A shadowy criminal organisation seen in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.[1] The organisation is strictly apolitical—but with considerable political influence of their own—and will deal with anyone whose interests converge with their own. Known members of the organisation include an extensive network of current and former politicians, business people and intelligence agents. One of their leading members, Dominic Greene, leads a cover organisation called Greene Planet. In Spectre (2015), the organisation is revealed as a division within Spectre, rather than an independent group.
  • SCUM – Stands for "Saboteurs and Criminals United in Mayhem", the main villainous organisation in the James Bond Jr. series.
  • TAROT – Technological Accession, Revenge and Organized Terror, the replacement for SPECTRE in the James Bond Roleplaying Game produced by Victory Games from 1983 to 1987.
  • Phoenix International – Rafael Drake's organisation in Nightfire. Ostensibly a nuclear disposal company, Drake used it to weaponise the nuclear materials it got its hands on in his plan to rule the world.
  • King Industries – Sir Robert King's multinational oil and construction company in The World Is Not Enough and its novelisation and video game adaptations. It was formed through the merge of his own construction business and his wife's oil business.
  • Osato Chemicals and Engineering – Mr. Osato's company, supplying chemicals and engineering equipment in You Only Live Twice, heavily affiliated with SPECTRE.
  • Graves Corporation – Gustav Graves' diamond-mining business in Die Another Day.
  • Greene Planet – Dominic Greene's environmentalist organisation in Quantum of Solace. Really a front for the operations of Quantum, and by extension, Spectre.
  • Sanchez Cartel – drug cartel run by Franz Sanchez in Licence to Kill, operating in both Americas and hiding behind many front organisations.
  • Rahani Electronics – major electronics company mentioned in Role of Honour and Nobody Lives for Ever, owned by SPECTRE commander Tamil Rahani, and possibly used by SPECTRE as a front.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Seeking Solace on the Bond set". USA Today. 3 April 2008. Retrieved 4 April 2008.