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James Bond's kills visualised

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Taken without context, James Bond is a mass murderer responsible for the deaths of hundreds. But okay, with the necessary backstory, he's actually a heroic agent who has tirelessly protected the world from a variety of evil villains.

To fully showcase just how much blood he's shed, designer Brendan Dawes created this infographic which tells you how many people Bond has killed in each outing. The big red dots count for ten people while the green ones just represent one.

Goldeneye saw Bond at his bloodiest with 47 people slain while only one person died in The Man With The Golden Gun. Note: the chart doesn't count anyone bored to death during Die Another Day.

(Image: All Star)

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