James Bond 007 lends his teenage newphew the Aston Martin DB5. Whilst driving to Warfeild Accademy, Young Bond is ambushed by S.C.U.M. Lord in his Rolls Royce. S.C.U.M. Lord chases Young Bond off a cliff, but James manages to escape using the car's flight convertor. Little does Young Bond know is that S.C.U.M. Lord wasn't after him, but the Aston Martin. S.C.U.M. Lord has recieved evidence that the car contains a powerful Electromagnetic pulse generator, one powerful enough to destroy every conputer within a fifty mile radius. Everything from the modern toaster to the most sophisticated computer would be rendered useless. With such a device in his hands, S.C.U.M. Lord would be able to destroy all of Englands defence and economic computers, thus S.C.U.M. would be able to take control of the UK.
Meanwhile, Bond arrives at Warfeild, where he is immediately grounded by Princible Millbanks for being late. While being on Millbank's badside Bond does become friends with the dorm teacher Mr. MRead More
Our heroes are out exploring the woods around Warfield when suddenly they are attacked by a battle tank. The driver turns out to be Oddjob- the henchman of Auric Goldfinger! The steel-rimmed bowler hat weilding assassin kidnaps a student called Lotta Dinaro and takes her to the nearby airfield where S.C.U.M. load her onto a plane bound for Puerto Rico.
Young Bond and his friends decide to follow the plane there hoping to rescue the girl, before they leave IQ packs a wristwatch that can fire a climbing rope, a video camera that can detect gold within a range of twenty miles, a couple of mini-explosives disguised as AA batteries and a homing device linked up to the watch.
Shortly after they arrive, Bond's camcorder detects gold burried in the hills and so he goes to investigate while Tracy and IQ go look for a hotel. In Puerto, Tracy and IQ encounter many rough men from the moutains, and the villagers are very quiet about whether or not they've seen a young woman from the city... WhilstRead More
On a dark and stormy night in Washinton, a military base is infiltrated. Leaving two soldiers stuned, the intruder steals a 4 Star General's uniform. The theft was preformed by The Chameleon, a man with micro molders implanted under his skin; allowing him to take on the appearence of whom ever he touches...
Meanwhile back at Warfeild, our heroes are preparing for a feild trip to Washington DC. IQ brings along and FM cassette player and pair of head phones rigged up as a homing device, and (To overcome Trevor's fear of flying) builds a parachute into the lining of Trevor's long underware. Sadly, Tracy is unable to come along; her passpord had expired, but Young Bond promised her he'd take pictures. Upon arriving in DC, Mitchel, Bond, IQ, Gordo, Trevor and Phoebe bump into Lieutenant Shelly Kaysing of the US military, on her way to inform General Duke Armstrong about the theft at the military base. Shelly offers our heroes a ride into town and, with the hour she has before she has to meeRead More
The La Mans 24Hour race is coming up. On the night before, British race car driver Miles Prower is test-driving his race vehicle. But during the test drive, Prower's two mechanics are kidnapped by S.C.U.M.! The terrorists get behind the wheel of the transport truck and drive onto the racetrack with the rear doors open, causing the British auto champian to drive into the back of the trailer...
At Warfeild, Bond, IQ, Phoebe, Gordo and Trevor Boseworthy IV win the Warfeild lottery for a trip to see the Le Mans Grand Pix. Bond and his friends want to go there for the fun of it, Trevor however just want the drivers' autographs. However, upon arriving at the race, Bond find's Prower's daughter, Heather. She fears something happened to her father as he is yet to show up at the race, he's never been late for a race before in his life. That's when they discover Prower's car, and the driver is none other than Dr. Derange! To find out what the mad doctor is up to, Bond decides to enter the race dRead More
Our heroes travel on a field trip to the Egyptian ruins to witness Professor Giza open the recently discovered tomb of Pharaoh Hiphurrah. It is to their horror they they discovered the tomb has been invaded! The raiders flee leaving behind only one clue: a black scarab pendant. After examining the pendant, Young Bond notices that it bares the symbol of Pharaoh Fearo: a Egyptian tomb raider with ties to S.C.U.M.! Inside the scarab is a map of the local area and what seems to be a proposed network of pipelines. When our heroes return to the tomb they discover that the mummy of Hiphurrah has vanished. The only witness, a horrified security guard who, he says, saw the mummy walk!
Trevor Noseworthy accidentally sets off an earthquake using IQ's sonic shovel, burrying them all in the tomb. Bond and Egyptian teenager Cleo Dawe translate the heiroglyphs and use the readings to discover where Hiphurrah's treasure is located. But upon finding it the two are kidnapped by Fearo. It turns out thatRead More
During a school trip to Greece, Tracy Millbanks's uncle, the captain of an oil tank, is lost along with his ship; they are the victims of a seamonster...
The oil tanker is not the first ship to disappear, apparently dozens upon dozens of ships have been lost to a seamonster. Our heroes on feild trip are informed by Mr. Mitchell. Tracy becomes worried, Young Bond suggests scuba diving. Before setting out, IQ provides Bond with a laser ring and a magnetic watch. IQ also takes with him a homing transmitter. James, Tracy, IQ and Gordo head for the docks, only to discover Jaws at there. Bond suspects the steel-toothed henchman was involved in the theft of the ships and they follow his boat out to sea. The assassin dives beneath the waves, but our heroes continue chase in scuba gear. In the deep blue seas off the coast of Greece, Jaws leads our heroes to the seamonster- none other than a giant robot claw. But before Young Bond and his friends can act, they are all swallowed by a submarine diRead More
James Bond Jr and his classmates are on a feild trip to the British Museum in London, when suddenly the building is attacked by ninjas. Bond and his friends try to stop them but their efforts are in vein, and during the battle Tracy Millbanks is taken by the ninjas along with a 11th Centery Japanese sword. The ninjas escape in their helicopter, but IQ manages to trace the chopper's registration number.
Bond, IQ and Gordo manage to infiltrate the Ninja's base near Dover. There they discover Dr. No was behind the theft of the sword, but before our heros can uncover why, the villian escapes with Tracy and the sword. Bond and his friends give chase, and track Dr. No to Tokyo. There the mad scientist kidnaps a famous historian, Professor Tanaka. Apparently, the sword- the material of which it is made of came from a meteorite that fell on Japan hundreds of years ago- can intensify the beam of laser manyfold! The sword holds the clue to finding the meteorite is hidden in the hilt. Dr. No threRead More
Dr. Julius No is back! Under his command, S.C.U.M. Agents steal a cryogenic cylinder from a high-tech storage unit. The cylinder contains the fozen body of a criminal mastermind whose plan was to sleep for a centery. So far he's been frozen for forty years, but before the criminal was frozen he hid 40 million dollars in stolen plutonium. Dr. No intends of unfreezing the body show the man can reveal the location of the plutonium.
Whilst on a feild trip, Young Bond and his mates spot the kidnapping of Professor Ivan Frost- an expert in cryogenics. Our heroes try to save the Professor, but their efforts are in vein. Though during the fight, one of the kidnappers drops a matchbook. Printed on it is the address to a sushi bar in East End London. From there Bond traces Dr. No to a hidden base near Maidstone. The Doctor is forcing the Professor to defrost the criminal. Bond rescues Frost, but the criminal is defrosted and escapes. After getting the Professor out of the lair, Bond and his frieRead More
Late at night, at a high-tech reserch institute near Warfeild Academy is broken into by a female assassin. During her brake in she steal some experimental memory crystals. The girl makes her escape on a motor bike, but is tailed by Bond and IQ (Who are passing by in the Aston Martin). The girl escapes with the crystals. Bond and IQ return to Warfeild where Dulce Nada, a Spanish dancer is preforming at the Flamenco Display in Warfeild's Auditorium.
Meanwhile at an abandoned pottery factory in Pamploma, Spain, Baron von Skarin demands a randsom. His Siegfried Supercomputer will hack into the Sandhill Nuclear Power Plant and nuclear meltdown powerful enough to whip out half of England will take place, that is if the British Government do not pay S.C.U.M. one billion pounds in gold bullion within the next forty-eight hours. The key to setting off the meltdown are the memory crystals von Skarin had stolen from the reserch institute. Stolen by Tiara Hotstones, the female assassin.
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A new student is attended at Warfeild; Anne Genue, daughter of the famous 'Spy Man' film star Neville Genue. When Anne's dad fails to turn up at her birthday, James Bond Junior decides to take Anne to Hollywood on the set of the newest Spy Man flick to meet him. Together with IQ, Tracy Millbank, Phoebe Farragut and (sadly) Trevor Noseworthy, 007's nephew flies Anne down to LA.
But no sooner do they gain access to the film studio, Bond recognises the new Spy Man girl actress as Felony O'Toole of S.C.U.M.! Genue acts as if he doesn't know his daughter leaving Bond and his friends to watch helplessly as Genue and Miss O'Toole abduct computer scientist Professor Braintrust, a fan of Spy Man movies, from the film set. Anne tries to interfear but is herself taken hostage as well.
S.C.U.M. want the professor because they have the sophisticated US military Galaxy weapon and need him to reprogram it. Believing he's on part of the film set Braintrust is happy to help them and reprograms a GodzilRead More
When Randolph Boothroyd goes missing in Nepal his cousin IQ goes there to investigate, accompanied by James Bond Junior and Phoebe. Before leaving Warfeild IQ builds a voice amplifier into Bond's shirt button and climbing equipment into his belt buckle. But as soon as they arrive there is a bungled kidnapping meant for them...
Ours heroes befriend a local girl called Orana, who leads the way to where IQ's cousin went missing. But while climbing through the mountains they are attacked by a yeti, or so it seems. The yeti turns out to be Jaws in a costume. It turns out that S.C.U.M. were responsible for the disappearance of IQ's cousin, for who was doing research on the waterfall he discovered in a hidden valley. The locals who drink from it are known to live for hundreds of years without aging, and apparently Orana is one of them! Dr. Derange, united with rich crook Ms Fortune and her butler Snuffer, want to use this water for they're own evil purposes and as such kidnapped Randolph BoRead More
Arriving back in England at the airport, James Bond Jr spots S.C.U.M. agent Skullcap being searched by the security guards. As soon as he spots Young Bond, the hard-headed henchman makes a run for it. Bond tries to stop him, but the villian steals a private jet. As he takes off down the runway Bond chases him in a flight-o-stairs. The plane ends up hitting the vehicle and picking it up on it's wing! Skullcap tilts the plane on it's side causing the flight-o-stairs to fall, but not before Young Bond jumped to the wing. Climbing aboard the aircraft, Bond is attacked by Skullcap, but during the fight the terrorist drops an envelope containing plans for a project called the Achilles missile. Bond retrieves these blueprints and escapes using the plane's ejector seat, leaving Skullcap aboard the aircraft as it goes out of control. Parachuting through the sky, Bond lands at Warfeild just in time for Soccer practice...
Later that day, Bond learns that the school trip to Paris has been cancelleRead More
After an eventful day in English History, Pheobe Farragut asks Bond Junior if he'd like to go with her to witness the grand opening ceremony of the Mile High Sky Scraper in New York. James doesn't want to go with her, but tell her he will knowing that Mr. Millbanks will never allow them to travel anywhere outside of a feild trip. However to Bond's surprise Millbank has been placed under direct order by Pheobe's father, the man who helped finance the construction of the building, to make sure she is there to witness the ceremony. And, at the time un-be-known to 007's nephew, Bond's volenteering to go with her had saved Millbank the trouble of escorting Pheobe. However, Trevor Noseworthy over hears Millbank giving the two permission to go to The Big Apple. Determined to visit the FAO Swartz centre in the city, Trevor hands in a fake letter from his father giving Millbank intructions to allow Noseworthy to travel to Manhattan. Before James Bond Junior flys out to The States, I.Q. providesRead More
Whilst shopping for clothes, Prince Malmo (A student of Warfeild) is pick pocketed. Bond chases the thief up to the top floor but he dives out the window into a crane waiting for him. The thief jumps from the crane and gets in the passenger seat of the truck. The thief drops Malmo's pendent whilst trying to get away, but Bond tries to identify the criminal. He jumps in the crane just as it drives off. The driver is none other than Jaws! Jaws drives all the way to the harbour and drives down a pier towards the water! At the last second Bond jumps from the moving crane into a fishing net and watches as Jaws' vehicle sinks beneath the waves...
Back at Warfeild, Prince Malmo is very grateful that Bond retrieved his pendent; the 'Golden Eye' has great significants to his family. Bond still isn't satisfied as they let the crook escape, and all they have to go on are a couple pieces of paper that the villain left behind at the scene of the crime. The first is some sort of circuit diagram; theRead More
While at a funfair, 007's nephew spots someone sabotaging a rollercoaster's tracks, and the ride's sole occupant is heading straight for disaster! Bond nicks and motorcycle and rides it up the tracks, rescuing the damsil in destress. She turns out to be Princess Yasmin, the daughter of Sheikh Yabootie of Al Khaline in the middle east. Greatful for his daughter's rescue, the King invites Young Bond and his friends to his yacht. Over dinner he tells them that he has discovered a vast reservoir of fresh, uncontaminated water beneath his country's baron desert and explains that he plans to distribute free water to the poor and dying people of his country. However there is but one thorn in his side, S.C.U.M.!
The evil criminal syndicate plan of using the water to make a profit, charging Al Khaline millions for the precious H2O. The attack on the rollercoaster was indeed the handy work of S.C.U.M., trying to bully Sheikh into playing ball. Suddenly the yacht the royal family and Bond's frienRead More
Trevor Noseworthy IV invites James Bond Junior, IQ, Gordo Leiter, Phoebe Farragut and Tracy Millbanks to his family's home on the Iyalian Riviera. But whilst driving through the Rivera a massive hole explodes in the ground, the Aston Martin Super avoids plunging into the abyss but a passing tour guide is not so lucky. Bond and IQ manage to rescue 'Louisa' from her car. Examining the rock formations, IQ uncovers the this was not a natural disaster, but the cause of a subterranean drill.
Behind the wheel of the Aston Martin they follow the tracks all the way to the underground lair of the escaped criminal The Worm! The terrorist has dug miles of tunnels beneath the Italian Riviera in his quest to the the ancient treasure of Pompeii. Bond is discovered and The Worm kidnaps Louisa threatening her life. The Worm locates what he is looking for but accidentally drills into an underground volcano causing lava to flood through all the tunnels he's drilled! Soon the magma with ingulf not just thRead More
In Moscow, the CCCP centre is attacked by S.C.U.M. among the captured is Commander Ourumov, head of the Soviet Union's space program. Touching Ourumov's face, The Chameleon is able to take on the appearance of the Russian Commander...
Meanwhile, Warfeild Academy have arranged an exchange programme with Warfeild's sister school in Moscow, and Bond, Gordo, Tracy and Phoebe are sent on a trip to the school. Before leaving, IQ provides Bond with an umbrella satellite dish and a pair of gloves with super sensitive pads built on the fingertips, enabling the person wearing them to be able to feel tiny vibrations.
Meanwhile back in Russia, The Chameleon disguised as Ourumov witnesses the return of the cosmonaut crew of Red Star One, a Manned Soviet Space platform with a laser powerful enough to vaporise through anything it touches. The Chameleon retrieves the laser firing codes from the cosmonauts and leaves in his car, but is followed by a couple of KGB agents who suspect Ourumov is planningRead More
When Phoebe Farragut's father sponsors the feild testing of Professor Firma's seismic conductor, he invites Phoebe's whole geometric class to witness it. The device is designed to send out shock waves capable of jamming the waves generated during earthquakes, thus preventing such a disaster.
While aboard the conductor's control ship, the San Andreas, Bond spots Jaws trying to plant a homer on the ship. To avoid dire consequences to his father's life, Terri Firma has been acting as a double agent for S.C.U.M. The San Andreas is immeadiately taken over by Captain Walker D Plank and the seismic generator falls into his hands. S.C.U.M. plans to tamper with the conductor so that instead of preventing earthquakes it will increase and generate the waves of quakes creating a man-made geometric accident. To demonstrate the powers of the newly reprogramed conductor, Plank intends to begins an Earthquake in southern England.
Bond and IQ manage to escape their captives and improvise a way to stopRead More
Whilst on a feild trip to the Caribbean, James Bond Junior encounters the lovely Ivy Digger. Her father is an archaeologist leading the excavation of a ancient golden city. But when an attempt is made on the lives of both Ivy and her father Bond suspects someone else is after the gold...
The natives fear to enter the city as witnesses claim to have been attacked by a golden dragon. Oh course this is not the first time rumours of a dragon have spread, a cirtain agent of S.C.U.M. formerly in the employ of S.P.E.C.T.R.E. used a 'dragon' once before to scare off the locals in Crab Key. So Bond and friends go to investigate.
Indeed the dragon turns out to be a fake, controlled by a woman called Goldiefinger, the daughter of Auric Goldfinger! She plans on using a giant mirror built on top of the moutains to reflect the sun's light and melt the golden city, then smuggle it out with an oil tanker. Bond and Ivy are attacked by Goldiefinger's chopper and manages to capture Young Bond. She triesRead More
Whilst in town at the mall Young Bond is attacked by a clown, but he escapes. It's the third atempt on his life in the week, and each the would be killer uses the same style. Bond returns to warfeild in time to be (Along with the rest of the students) introduced to their new science teacher, Miss Hope Eternal; the daughter of a world famous scientist who was kidnapped by S.C.U.M. back in the 80's.
The school goes on a feildtrip to the planetarium, where Miss Eternal is kidnapped by helicopter. Before the chopper escapes Bond identifies the hostage taker as the same man who's been trying to kill him all week! In the dirt where the chopper left, Bond and his friends discover that their teacher scratched map coordinates in the dirt. IQ runs some tests and confirms that they in point to a far off island in the Pacific Ocean, the same island where Uncle 007 destroyed a S.C.U.M. lair whilst investigating the kidnapping Professor Eternal!
Bond, IQ, and Gordo stoy aboard a cargo plane bound foRead More
In Lock Ness, Captain McGregger and his crew of two fishing men disappear. Eye witnesses say they saw his boat eaten by the Lock Ness Monster...
Meanwhile at Warfeild, a Golf Tournament is taking place. IQ provides Bond with an extentable golf club and a magnetic golf peg. He also shows off his new Microwave Guided S.M.A.R.T. Simply lock on with the glasses and the ball will go where ever your looking, desperate to win the tournament Trevor Noseworthy IV nicks one of IQ's S.M.A.R.T. Balls and uses it in the game. Documenting the Golf Tournament is Lezzy Moore, teenage sports reporter. During the game, Lezzy recieves a call about the Lock Ness Monster siting and goes after it hoping to get a scoop. Bond and IQ acompany her.
Using the radar sonar in Bond's watch, the three sail out into the Lock in search of the Monster. Indeed they find a monster, but not the Lock Ness Monster. The Monster they find is Captain Walker D. Plank! The Monster that attacked the fishing boat was a giant submaRead More
While on a train heading back to Warfeild, ninja forces hang glide onto the plane and try to kidnap a judo student called Lily Mai. James Bond Junior is able to thwart the kidnapping and befriend the girl. Apparently she is on the same judo team as Bond. The two go out for soda but the girl is very secretive about her father, who she has not seen in two years. After the date, the same ninja forces make a second kidnapping atempt and time it susceeds when they use a gas grenade. Before Bond goes out cold, he gets a good look at the criminal master mind behind the kidnapping; Dr. Julius No and over hears him mentioning an 'Appointment in Macau'...
Searching Interpol's databank, IQ digs up some dirt on Lily's father, John Mai. He is one of the leading council members of the Raven Triads Council based in Macau. Knowing that's where Dr. No has taken the girl, Mr. Mitchell arranges the Warfeild judo team to go there before they move on Japan for the championship. However, news of Bond's arriRead More
Whilst returning to Warfeild Mr. Millbanks is attacked by S.C.U.M. agents trying to force the Warfeild van off the road. He survives and returns to the academy only to find that a Scottish substitute principle Mr. Baxter has taken Millbank's place, as if the headmaster actually had been killed...
James Bond Junior becomes suspicious when the new teachers in the employ of Baxter announce that there will be no more exams, tests and homework. He and his friends decide to investigate by spying on a Staff meeting, it is there that they uncover that all the substitutes are really agents of S.C.U.M. working for The Mask, a criminal mastermind who's identity remains hidden by, as the codename suggests, a mask. The S.C.U.M. agents each have been using cloaking devices to disguise themselves as ordinary teachers. The terrorists had taken over the school because they plan to capture the school's Chairman of the Board Directors, Admiral Billings who is also ""M"" the head of The British Secret ServiRead More
Night time at Warfeild, when suddenly a bright light shines upon the complex. James Bond Jr and Gordo Leiter go outside to investigate, they find a new female student being attacked by what appears to be an alien. Bond rescues the girl, but the strange creature escapes in a UFO...
The next day, Bond and Gordo are both grounded by Mr. Millbanks for leaving the dorms after hours. Later, Halley Comet (The girl James saved) talks to her father, Professor Comet, on the telephone. Professor Comet is a world leading astronomer and head of England's space weapons program. Halley tells her father about the alien that attacked her last night, her father believes her as he says the aliens have contacted him and have agreed to pick him up after dark. Professor Comet has put his life into finding life elsewhere is space and is not going to pass up such a unique opportunity. IQ believes this talk of aliens is a little too far-fetched, as does Young Bond who finds it just too coincidental that the alRead More
During a Warfeild Academy field trip to Africa, Bond discovers a remote-control device attached to a rhinoceros, then another one attached to an insect. Bond tracks the signals that are controlling to animals to a secret base. Bond infiltrates but is taken prisoner and fitted with a controlling device himself!
Goldfinger and his lovely daughter GoldieFinger are behind this! Goldfinger intends on using the animals to mine gold for him. But in the short term his plans is to contaminate all the gold mines in Africa with 'fake' radioactivity. When the owners abandon the mines, Goldfinger can walk all over them...
Bond now under Goldfinger's control is sent to kill the others, but IQ, Gordo, Tracy and Phoebe manage to rescue him from. Bond sets off the alarm in goldfinger's lair, making the villian think there is a real nuclear leak. Goldfinger, GoldieFinger, and Oddjob escape, but Bond causes their chopper to crash into a waterfall.Read More