America's fascination with everything spy likely reached a fever pitch during the Cold War of the 1950s and '60s. SpyVibe concentrates on forming each post as a reminiscence of sorts on that bygone era, and the ways in which spies pervaded and dominated entertainment. For sure, Double-07 and the Bond Girls make a substantial number of showings here. But the blog's excellence ultimately lies in its ability to reveal spies as not invisibly active creatures, but as transparent cultural icons.
The Suits of James Bondhttp://bondclothes.blogspot.com/
The most pronounced merging of spy culture and mass entertainment has been, without a doubt, the James Bond phenomenon. The franchise, which has beguiled viewers for decades, has also spilled into sartorial influence. The Suits of James Bond looks to analyze how the idea of the mysterious yet irresistible spy has taken over as the preeminent fashion styling for the sophisticated man. Each post includes charming screenshots to help readers visualize the spy men's magnetism.
The Caucus: CIAhttp://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/central-intelligence-agency/
The New York Times' political blog provides a consistent stream of posts on America's main intelligence organization. The Bin Laden raid is particularly well-addressed here.
The Bond Journeyhttp://www.thebondjourney.com/james-bond-movies-blog.html
Those who love espionage in entertainment will discover a trove of epic Bond proportions on this page. Everything noteworthy about the franchise shows up here first.