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James Bond Jr. is a fictional character described as the nephew of Ian Fleming’s masterspy, James Bond - 007. The name was first used in 1967 for a spinoff novel entitled The Adventures of James Bond Junior 003½ written by the pseudonymous R. D. Mascott. The idea of Bond having a nephew was used again in 1991 in an American animated series for television, in which the title character defeats threats to ensure the safety of the free world. The series was mildly successful, spawning a six-volume novelization series by John Peel , a 12-issue comic book series by Marvel Comics published in 1992, and video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super NES.

James Bond Jr.
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Title card
Genre Spy fiction, Adventure
Developed by Michael G. Wilson
Andy Heyward
Robby London
Directed by Bill Hutten
Tony Love
Voices of Corey Burton
Jeff Bennett
Julian Holloway
Mona Marshall
Brian Stokes Mitchell
Jan Rabson
Simon Templeman
Theme music composer Dennis C. Brown
Maxine Sellers
Opening theme James Bond Jr.
Ending theme James Bond Jr. (instrumental)
Composer(s) Dennis C. Brown
Larry Brown
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 65 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Fred Wolf
Producer(s) Bill Hutten
Tony Love
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Murakami-Wolf-Swenson
Danjaq
Mac B.Inc.
United Artists Television
Distributor Claster Television
Camelot Entertainment Sales
MGM Television
Release
Original network local syndication
Original release 30 September 1991 (1991-09-30) – 2 March 1992 (1992-03-02)

James Bond Jr. is a fictional character described as the nephew of Ian Fleming’s masterspy, James Bond - 007. The name was first used in 1967 for a spinoff novel entitled The Adventures of James Bond Junior 003½ written by the pseudonymous R. D. Mascott. The idea of Bond having a nephew was used again in 1991 in an American animated series for television, in which the title character defeats threats to ensure the safety of the free world. The series was mildly successful, spawning a six-volume novelization series by John Peel (writing as John Vincent), a 12-issue comic book series by Marvel Comics published in 1992, and video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super NES.

While revolving around the nephew of James Bond, no surviving relatives are mentioned in Fleming’s novels, although he unknowingly conceives a child with former Japanese movie star Kissy Suzuki in You Only Live Twice.