- Better. Stronger. Faster. The original Six Million Dollar Man, Steve Austin,
was a man barely alive — until the OSI transformed 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. Fan-favorite classic action figure Maskatron joins the official Six Million Dollar Man original television continuity. Can a soulless machine that wears Steve Austin's very face make the Six Million Dollar
Man obsolete? And as Steve's world is threatened from within, his very actions unknowingly release an alien menace upon an unsuspecting world. It's a return to the original 1970s Six Million Dollar Man in all its groovy bionic glory!
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Six Million Dollar Man : Season 6 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Ramirez’s graphic novel brings reminders of the mid-70s television series of the same name. A well-done followup, that weaves several stories in this collection of individual issues into a single book. I sensed that I was truely again following the adventures of Steve Austin as he worked for the OSI - even as its funding is disappearing. It was well-worth my time reading the latest installment of The Six Million Dollar Man. My only concern is that I do not like a compilation of individual issues ending with a “To Be Continued”. Though I know it is not unusual, but I expect the resulting novel to be the complete story - that is not the case here. I will need to wait for the next volume (if there is one) of the series to find the end of the story. Perhaps it is a good marketing tactic, and fair with individual issues; however, I question its use in a larger novelization. ______________ This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are my own.
I grew up with the TV Show and am a big fan who thoroughly enjoyed this. This continues on from the original series only the gap in time appears to be ignored; it is now the present even though the series ended in the '70s. The story is quite involved with several plots going on all at the same time while being connected to each other. Ethical questions and decisions bring more to the story than just the action, which is great with all the TV show bionic sound effects included. The art is pretty good; I think I would have preferred the characters to appear more realistic to the TV show actors, but the artist has instead stayed close to the look while making them his own. The characters were realistic to how I would have expected them to be making this very enjoyable and I will definitely continue on with the series.