August 31st, 1944
(Work in Progress [*])
[*] Based off the June 1944 map available here: https://www.alternatehistory.com/wiki/doku.php?id=resources:europe_wwii_map_series. I've just tinkered with the borders and color. I'm not particularly good at map making and I have to juggle...
Threadmarks: XVIII. Late August to Early September, 1944 (II)
Now undisputed master of German intelligence,
Walter Schellenberg tries to find a way out of the war
August 1st to September 1st, 1944
Despite devoting most of their collective efforts to taking office, consolidating power, and generally dealing both...
There are alternatives to De Gaulle, but as it's been aptly pointed out, De Gaulle's actions in June 1940 - which earned him a ton of criticism and even resulted in other relevant individuals not wanting to work with him - provided a key boost in the long term. Without his forceful personality...
Threadmarks: XVII. Late August to Early September, 1944 (I)
After taking the fight to Thomas Dewey,
Vice President Henry Wallace battles a major scandal
July 1st to August 20th,
New York City, United States of America:
Following a competitive primary season that marked their thirteenth year out of power, the Grand Old Party had...
I apologize for the extremely delayed response, but I haven't made a wikibox for it yet. There's only the ones I did a long time ago, but I'll definetly make more wikiboxes later. I do need to get the storyline moving first, I was really stuck with the Warsaw/Paris storlines and it's only this...
Indeed! I took a much needed pause to do more research and organize the narrative. Including this one, I have three updates ready, which will be published dring the week. The second one will also deal with the Western Front, and the third with the Axis and with a specific plot point people have...
Cornered, collaborateur premier Pierre Laval
Prepares for a last tango in Paris
August 10th to August 16th, 1944
Versailles, Occupied France:
Following his arrival on August 10th to the metropolis, alongside his closest advisors and prominent politician Édouard Herriot...
Aren't we all? It will be a while, but when it comes, I'm very much looking forward to a less gloomy (not cartoonish like Moore, but not miserable for Bond either) solo outing, Bond in his prime. Really hoping they'll back away from another origin story.
Thank you all for the comments!
It's already been a few years since I joined the site and I confess having experienced a sense of frustration at never being able to finish a project, so it feels rather good to have finally accomplished that with The Death Collectors. Also ended up writing more...
THE DEATH COLLECTOR (2014)
Daniel Craig IS James Bond
“KI-EMBU: Too late, Mr. Bond! The day of reckoning is at hand!
(James Bond and Joseph Ki-Embu, 2014)
It had taken significant time and a lot of effort, but, at last, EON, MGM and Sony had a Bond triumph of truly staggering...
Not sure how long it will take me to write the final entry, but in the meantime, I wanted to offer a few thoughts on the scenarios I’m not covering – but thought about doing them – and why they won’t be a part of the TL:
James Bond TV series: As some know, Ian Fleming was commissioned to write...
Timothy Dalton IS James Bond
“PUSHKIN: I thought the Cold War was over.
BOND: You tell me, Leonid.”
(GoldenEye shooting script, 1993)
“John? What’s with the doves?
Oh, they’re symbolic.
Yes, I… I get that. But symbolic of what exactly?”
(Alan Rickman to John Woo, 1994)...
DR. NO (1962)
Cary Grant IS James Bond
“I’m not doing another one of these. (Pauses) Why not?
They got me fighting a giant squid, for chrissakes!”
(A telephone conversation between
Cary Grant and his agent, c. 1962)
In many ways, that Albert Broccoli and Harry Saltzman ever met was something...