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Ian Jane
01-16-2014, 10:33 AM
I LOVED this show as a kid, used to run around pretending to be Steve Austin all the time in my backyard.

Dynamite has a new series out in March that picks up where the TV series left off. Kinda rad.

THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN: SEASON 6 #1


Price: $3.99
Shipping: March, 2014

SKU: C72513021270201011
Rating: Teen +

MAIN COVER - ALEX ROSS
UPC: 725130212702 01011

KEN HAESER "LI'L DOLLAR MAN" VARIANT COVER
UPC: 725130212702 01021

Writer: James Kuhoric
Art: Juan Antonio Ramirez
Genre: Media Tie-In, Action Adventure
Publication Date: Mar 2014
Format: Comic Book
Page Count: 32 pages

ON SALE DATE: March 12

It's The Six Millions Dollar Man's 40th anniversary, and we at Dynamite are proud to bring you the direct continuation of the classic television series with Season 6! Better. Stronger. Faster. The original Six Million Dollar Man, Steve Austin was a man barely alive until the OSI turned him into the world's first Bionic Man. Now he and Oscar Goldman are the most effective team in National Security. But a rogue faction in the OSI is making a power play for that position with a new type of infiltration agent - one that is completely obedient and robotic. Can a soulless machine that wears Steve Austin's very face make the Six Million Dollar Man obsolete? For the 1st Time EVER! Fan favorite toy-line character Maskatron makes his Six Million Dollar Man debut and becomes a part of the classic television series mythology with a violent and terrifying purpose. And as Steve's world is threatened from within, his very actions unknowingly release an alien menace upon an unsuspecting world. Classic action, powerful science fiction, and a cast of characters from one of television's most original series combine to make The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 6 a must have for comic fans!

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Andrew Monroe
01-16-2014, 01:07 PM
Oh I loved the series too - I have such vivid memories of this show and THE BIONIC WOMAN (which even at the height of my love for all things bionic and Steve and Jamie, I never much cottoned to). I haven't bothered with the first Dynamite series, the only issue I bought was the Bigfoot one and that was for the Alex Ross cover. Like the above one, most of his covers for the other series have been cool but I'm just not that interested in a comic bionic. The first series must be doing well though for them to do a second.