Submitted by sock on Tue, 12/03/2013 - 16:47
We're gearing up to review the third season of The Six Million Dollar Man and the first season of The Bionic Woman. But before we do that, we need to take one last look at the second season of Six Mill. John and Paul sit down to look back at their reviews of the past season. They talk about how their views on certain episodes changed and discuss some things they realized after recording certain episodes. In addition, they review the special features of the second season DVD release, discuss listener feedback, present a new Bionic Impression Theater, and give you an example of when they have to deal with "Skype Hell." It's all there and more on this Declassified episode.
Submitted by sock on Fri, 11/22/2013 - 20:13
Submitted by sock on Thu, 11/21/2013 - 19:54
The Six Million Dollar Blog has not only revamped the site, but we have also moved to a new server. We've cancelled our account with our previous web hosting company and moved everything over to Digital Ocean.
The reasons for the change are myriad and mostly involve allowing us far, far greater power over the server and the way it operates, not to mention ultimately saving us money and giving us more room to work. If you are reading this, then you are seeing us on the new server and everything is working as intended. If you are not reading this, please go about your business comforted with the knowledge that it won't be long before you are reading it.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 11/19/2013 - 18:04
Submitted by sock on Tue, 11/19/2013 - 15:28
Announced in the build-up to New York Comic Con, the seven-issue series, which features art by Sergio Fernandez Davila, is titled Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure (although Willingham is lobbying for an actual change to "Steampulp"). As readers will find out over the course of the series, the world of Legenderry features brand new versions of Dynamite characters like Vampirella, the Phantom, Flash Gordon, the Green Hornet, Red Sonja, and even the Bionic Man — but with a Victorian era, sci-fi twist.
Submitted by sock on Mon, 11/18/2013 - 16:16
The TV series The Bionic Woman was a hit back in the 1970′s but didn’t do so well when redone a couple years back. But what television couldn’t do, Dynamite Entertainment can. The first story arc of the Paul Tobin written run is being collected and Jai Nitz sat down to talk to the writer about how he got involved and what he has planned for Jaime Sommers.
Submitted by sock on Mon, 11/18/2013 - 15:51
Submitted by sock on Fri, 11/15/2013 - 18:21
The Six Million Dollar Blog has undergone a redesign.
We've completely updated the way we do things here to make it easier for us to update and also, we hope, easier for you to navigate the site. Most of the major changes will be invisible to you as a visitor, but we're hoping that the significant changes we made behind the scenes will make a difference in the frequency of our postings (i.e. we hope we'll post blog entries on a more regular basis).
While the most significant changes were to the back-end, here's some of the changes you can expect to find on the front-end:
Submitted by sock on Fri, 11/15/2013 - 18:17
With the first Bionic Woman Trade Paperback in stores, take a look at the full first issue of The Bionic Woman, courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment!
Submitted by sock on Fri, 11/15/2013 - 17:49
Submitted by sock on Fri, 11/15/2013 - 17:44
Submitted by sock on Thu, 11/14/2013 - 01:33
THEY WANT THE BIONIC WOMAN.
or… more to the point, they want both her legs, her right arm, and whatever other surprises she might contain. Just because they could rebuildher… doesn’t mean her life isn’t a wreck. After Jaime Sommers suffers a horrific parachute accident, her then-boyfriend… Steve Austin… convinces his superiors to save her life using similar bionic parts to the ones that made him the Bionic Man.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 11/12/2013 - 23:38
Our Critical Assignment series takes a look at a panel on the 40th anniversary of the premiere of The Six Million Dollar Man on ABC. In this panel, John moderates with Cyborgs pal and bionic merchandising guru Matt Hankinson, RevCast host and DragonCon American Sci-Fi Classics Track moderator Gary Mitchel, and writer and Earth Station One Podcast host Bobby Nash, a discussion on the pilot movie, Lee Major's acting chops in the series, the merchandising of the series, plus a whole lot more. The panel took place at this year's DragonCon in Atlanta.
Submitted by sock on Sat, 11/09/2013 - 22:49
Better! Stronger! Faster...and smaller?! Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers are the newest students at A.S.I. - the Academy of Science Intelligence, a school for the unique and gifted. They're also both cyborgs - human kids with a variety of high-tech body parts and modifications. Can these two outsiders put aside their shyness, and a growing rivalry, in time to take a stand against alien invaders who are determined to ruin the A.S.I. Track and Field Day? And if that isn't enough, each Li'l book comes with a two-page activity sheet!
Coming January 15, 2014
Submitted by sock on Sat, 11/09/2013 - 22:44
The Bionic Man continues his adventures. With past encounters with Bigfoot and Jaime Sommers, let's find out what else we can expect from series writer, Aaron Gillespie.