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James Bond Jr.

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  1. a fictional character described as the nephew of Ian Fleming's masterspy James Bond

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  2. The name "James Bond Junior" was first used in 1967 for an unsuccessful spinoff novel entitled 003½: The Adventures of James Bond Junior written under the pseudonym R. D. Mascott

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  3. The idea of Bond having a nephew was used again in 1991 as an American animated series for television in which the title character defeats threats to the safety of the free world

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  4. The series was mildly successful and spawned six episode novelisations by John Peel writing as John Vincent, a 12 issue comic book series by Marvel Comics published in 1992, as well as a video game developed by Eurocom for the NES and the SNES in 199

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  5. Although these works are based on a character being the nephew of James Bond, Bond is described in Fleming's books as having no surviving relatives

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