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Steve
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24/11/2018 11:45 pm  

TV Shows

Berlin Station: Operations out of the CIA Station in Berlin, Germany 

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: A cult 1960s spy craze show

Spooks / M.I.-5 (retitled for America): The professional and personal lives of M.I.-5 agents

Strike Back: The missions of a highly covert British special forces team

 

Movies

James Bond film series

Derek Flint movie series: A spoof of the James Bond film series

Kingsman: The Secret Service

 

Comic Books

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (The Jim Steranko issues)

 


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Arcanuum
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19/01/2019 7:30 am  

TV Shows

Covert Affairs: A young CIA trainee, Annie Walker, is sent to work in the Domestic Protection Division (DPD) as a field agent. August "Auggie" Anderson, a blind tech operative, is Annie's guide in her new life. In the beginning, Annie's cover story is that she works in Acquisitions at the Smithsonian Museum but she is later let go. As of the fourth season, her new cover is that of a glamorous and well-connected importer/exporter, with expensive tastes and dealings that may not always be legal. The series traces Annie's evolution from a wide-eyed young operative who fetches coffee for her co-workers to a hardened spy who doesn't balk at enhanced interrogation. This change in tone is also seen in the opening credits, which used chick lit-style graphics in the early seasons. The cartoons, like the focus on Annie's home life with her sister, were gone in the fourth and fifth seasons.


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