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Lee Majors explains why Six Million Dollar Man is taking so long to hit the big screen and talks all about cutting Edward Furlong’s hair.
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John and Paul have been given a new Critical Assignment. With the success of The Six Million Dollar Man Season 6 by Dynamite Comics, it stood to reason that a The Bionic Woman Season 4 comic would follow. But as most bionic fans know, The Bionic Woman does not usually feature the same kind of story telling as her male counterpart. Dynamite's previous attempt at a Bionic Woman comic was less than stellar. Is it possible they can get it right by using the original source material? Writer Brandon Jerwa has been tapped for the assignment and he sits down with John and Paul to discuss what he feels it will take to make The Bionic Woman a successful comic for both the fans of the series and the general comic book reader.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 08/19/2014 - 00:34
The world is falling apart around Steve Austin. Maskatron is out of control and appears to be unstoppable. Oscar Goldman’s carefully crafted OSI kingdom is in shambles. And with his bionics failing and the entire NASA program transformed into an alien landscape, the Six Million Dollar Man could be heading for the scrapheap. The key to Steve’s survival may rest with the one person closest to him, Jaime Sommers, the Bionic Woman! Join the ranks of bionic fans in this official continuation of the classic Six Million Dollar Man television series!
Submitted by sock on Tue, 08/19/2014 - 00:29
“I Had A Chance With This Comic Series To Present The Stories The Way I Remember Them” – James Kuhoric Talks Six Million Dollar Man
Submitted by sock on Mon, 07/14/2014 - 17:01
Print it out and paste it to your car bumper.
Submitted by sock on Mon, 07/14/2014 - 16:59
David T. Cabrera is a relative newcomer getting his break with a classic television series. After getting started with Blue Water and Zenescope, Cabrera is now the interior artist on The Bionic Woman: Season 4 from Dynamite. We turn the artist spotlight on this rising talent…
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Steve is sent into a lumber camp to investigate the odd report of an OSI agent who has gone missing. There, he finds a missile launcher targeting an approaching plane carrying VIPs.
Joining John and Paul to discuss this episode is The Six Million Dollar Blog author Alex Green.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 07/08/2014 - 21:37
Brandon Jerwa has written many comics including G.I. Joe, Battlestar Galactica, and Vampirella. Now he’s taking on The Bionic Woman Season Four at Dynamite. Westfield’s Roger Ash contacted Jerwa to learn more about this upcoming series.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 07/08/2014 - 21:33
Anyone who grew up in the 1970s will, at some point, find themselves waxing nostalgically for some classic television shows of the time. After Batman and Star Trek, but before the likes of The A-Team and Knight Rider, came the adventures of The Six Million Dollar Man and its spin-off The Bionic Woman. Dynamite Entertainment will be releasing a comic based on The Bionic Woman in September, with Brandon Jerwa (GI Joe, Red Sonja, Highlander) scripting the ongoing adventures of Jaime Sommers, the ex-love of Steve Austin and the survivor of a parachuting accident that left her with enhanced legs, arm and ear technology and dividing her time between being a teacher and saving the day as a member of the OSI organisation.
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BLEEDING COOL: How did you get started drawing?
JUAN ANTONIO RAMIREZ: I started drawing when I was a little kid, while reading some of the popular Spanish comics at the time. Later on I read Conan and a few superhero books and what really made me think about getting serious about learning more about art was the creation of Image, which was huge here in Spain.
Submitted by sock on Thu, 06/05/2014 - 17:47
In this Case File, John and Paul sit down and talk with actor Tom Schanley. To bionic fans, he played Michael Austin in The Return of The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman, but there is so much more as John and Paul discover in this interview. We talk about his desire to be an actor and his family support, his first roles, and his Six Million Degrees of Star Trek Separation besides his obvious appearance on Enterprise.