The Bionic Man #6

Writer: Phil Hester, Kevin Smith Artist: Jonathan Lau Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: February 8, 2012 Critic Reviews: 2
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Steve Austin and the evil cyborg Hull engage in a bionic battle that shakes the very foundation of Washington DC. From the posh ballrooms of high society to the bowels of the subway, the half-machine combatants leave a path of destruction through our nation's Capitol. But when Hull's tactics put the lives of innocents in danger, Steve Austin must push his new bionic powers to the limit... and beyond!

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    Newsarama - David Pepose Feb 7, 2012

    But if it's a fight you want, then it's a fight you'll get, over in Bionic Man #6. There's a lot of panache to this issue, with some fast and furious visuals that never fail to entertain. If you're going to make a comic about a man armed to the teeth, why wouldn't you want to see them cut loose? The only compliant I'd have about this comic is this: I just wish it had come sooner. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    A Comic Book Blog - Jamie Insalaco Apr 4, 2012

    Well, I wanted action, and I finally got it – that's about all this issue is – it picks up right where issue 5 left off and we get to see the meat of the fight between Austin and Hull, which is mostly Hull kicking Austin's ass until he decides to create a diversion (via the subway derailment) that will make it impossible for Austin to follow. It's the action scene the series desperately needed – the hero in combat with the bad guy. You can wait for this for a while when you're watching a movie, but to finally get to this moment in issue 6 is stretching tings a bit. Nevertheless, this book is going somewhere and it's a fun ride. I'm sure this is the 5th or 6th time I've said this, but wait for the graphic novel. Read Full Review

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