No, it doesn't. Because again, Bond is not getting people into bed on anything other than his own charisma. The women he sleeps with have consented to sleeping with the person they're with. That's manifestly unlike consenting to sleeping with a different person than the one you sleep with, which is not consent at all.
It's not about "going down that road," there's no slippery slope argument here, there is quite simply no relation between consent on little information and total failure of consent. Superman and his double identity don't even begin to come into it, they have nothing to do whatsoever with this argument. There is no question of consent there. If Lois agreed to sex with Clark Kent, and slept with Clark Kent, how is that even in the same universe as agreeing to have sex with Peter Parker and actually having sex with the Chameleon?
This isn't a fantasy scenario, by the way, some metaphorical extension of typical "pretend to be rich" barfly deception. This is something that translates directly to real life. Imagine a committed couple, Dick and Jane, and a third party, Joe. Joe thinks Jane is hot. Dick and Jane go to a costume party, and Dick wears a full-body knight costume. Joe buys the same costume. At some point during the night, he uses that costume to present himself to Jane as though he were Dick, and has sex with her. Are you really going to argue that's not rape? That that, in any way, meets the criteria of "informed consent"? That it is remotely comparable to not telling a one-night stand that you have an interesting day job?