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OHMSS: Connery and Lazenby alternating
Wood's TSWLM and MR: Moore
That's just the way my brain processes Bond.
For example, I pictured Brosnan in DMC, Craig with black hair in Carte Blanche, a mix of Brosnan and Dalton in CR, Moore 77's look in LALD and Moonraker, Connery with blue eyes in DAF, Connery and Brosnan mixed together in FRWL and finally, a blue eyed Connery in Dr No.
But now I discovered a few years ago the drawing of Fleming, with that typical hairstyle and the scar, I have to say Bond is finally just a character for me rather than an actor's face ( even though the closest mix to the original would be for me one between Brosnan, Connery and Dalton)
I always felt like the character of Bond was just really really dark but with some charm and personality.
and Mike Grell's
Ever since I saw this picture, I've always had that image of Bond in mind whenever I've read the books (keep in mind I've only read Casino Royale and Dr. No so I need to read more of them)
Connery, he's the iconic image. Today I might picture Craig in CR or Dalton a lot of them time since he is so much like the literary Bond.
Looks more like Niven than any other Bond actor.