The Bionic Woman Archives

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Along with making the miniseries a staple of the network's programming cycle with Roots, he also help usher in series such as The Love Boat, Laverne & Shirley, Three's Company, The Bionic Woman, and Good Morning America. can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Hill Street Blues Opening 1985 ( ● Silverman's highlights as president of NBC[...]
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"They're bigger, stronger, faster." Three words that sum up two of the most popular superheroes from the 1070s: Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman, who meet in this graphic novel. Granted, Wonder Woman had been a powerhouse since she was first introduced in 1942 But the Wonder Woman TV show from 1977 broadened her reach, bringing in[...]
Will Diana Survive? Wonder Woman 77 Meets The Bionic Woman #5 Review
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] "Bullets & Bracelets & Bionics! If it's always darkest before the dawn, Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman – along with some familiar faces – had better pray that the dawn comes soon Because from where the story continues, things look awfully dire The evil cabal of villains have sprung their trap, and have[...]
The Bionic Woman To Get A Fourth Season From Dynamite
Dynamite has just announced that after their success with The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 6, they will be doing the obvious next step… The Bionic Woman: Season 4 The new series will kick off this summer written by Brandon Jerwa, art by David T Cabrera and a cover for issue one by Sean Chen[...]
Paul Tobin On How An Elevator Ride Led To Writing The Bionic Woman
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[...]