Spy fiction, a genre of literature involving espionage as an important context or plot device, emerged in the early twentieth century, inspired by rivalries and intrigues between the major powers, and the establishment of modern intelligence agencies. It was given new impetus by the development of fascism and communism in the lead-up to World ...
This category has the following 21 subcategories, out of 21 total. A American spy fiction (6 C, 1 P) C Central Intelligence Agency in fiction (5 C, 47 P) Spy characters (2 C) Spy comics (5 C, 63 P) D Defection in fiction (10 P) E Espionage in anime and manga (15 P) Espionage television series (8 C, 227 P) F Spy films (14 C, 3 P) G
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Spy-fi can be defined as media that centers around the adventures of a protagonist (or protagonists) working as a secret agent or a spy. Usually, these adventures will revolve around defeating a rival superpower or singular enemy from achieving a nefarious aim. Content may include themes such as world domination, world destruction, futuristic weapo...
Films and television
1. James Bond (film series)[page needed] 2. Mission: Impossible(TV series) 3. Austin Powers (film series)[page needed] 4. The Avengers (TV series)[page needed] 5. The Man from U.N.C.L.E.(TV series) 6. Danger Man(TV series) 7. Get Smart(TV series) 8. The Prisoner(TV series) 9. Matt Helm(film series) 10. Face/Off 11. Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
1. Global Agenda 2. Perfect Dark 3. No One Lives Forever
Category:Spy novels Spy novels are a genre of fiction closely related to thrillers that specifically include the characters and world of spies, secret agents, and covert operatives.
Spy Fiction Date de sortie 25 décembre 2003 Site web spyfiction.sega.jp:80 modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata Spy Fiction ((スパイフィクション?) est un jeu vidéo d' infiltration développé par Access Games, sorti en 2003 sur PlayStation 2 . Système de jeu Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète.