Alligator a James Bond parody published by the Harvard Lampoon in 1962 by I*n Fl*mi*g. In the book J*mes B*nd faces his most dangerous adversary, Lacertus Alligator, who, as head of TOOTH, (The organised organisation that hates) of ex-Nazis, steals the Houses of Parliament, along with its members, and demands a huge ransom for its release.
This was written by Micheal Frith and Christopher Cerf who contributed to the Harvard Lampoon. It it’s believed that only one edition appears has it was withdrawn on the orders of Fleming due to plagiarism. Ironically Fleming is familiar with plagiarism due to the Thunderball fiasco.
That one edition however featured a Signet style cover #jamesbond007#parody#spoof#humour#harvardlampoon#alligator
You’d be surprised by the amount of wear and tear that goes out in the field. For our final 2018 Montreal Comic Con retrospective episode, Mathieu and Edgar required a little bit of help from Q Branch in order to bring you an approximation of what the James Bond Complex Comic Con presentation was like. While the original recording can sadly not be used due to its dubious quality, we offer the 2nd best option: a recording of our practice runs. Not quite what the final product ended up being, but as Bond admits to himself when Fiona Volpe turns him down in TB, you can’t win them all.