Man vs. the Bionic Woman (2013)
Bionic Man vs. Bionic Woman #5
Wow! This issue is chock-a-block with action. The
bionic duo are out to stop Trench, an enormous bad guy with a nuclear
reactor for a heart. Rated teen plus, this is a real page-turner!
The Bionic Man vs. the Bionic Woman #4 (of 5)
Wow! The pages fly by in this issue! Trench,
another bionic person, is a fantastic villain. Thereís lots of
white-knuckled action and the reader canít wait until the end of the
story. Rated teen plus.
The Bionic Man vs. The Bionic Woman #3 (of 5)
This oneís chock-a-block with action as the
bionic couple battle it out. The villain, Trench, is a lower tech
Iranian bionic person who pits them against each other. The banter
between the couple is a bit much but all in all itís a good story.
Rated teen plus.
The Bionic Man vs. the Bionic Woman #2 (of 5)
Despite the fact that the story in this series
happens before the Bionic Woman limited series and is therefore
confusing it is still good. It starts off slow but picks up later and
there is a lot of action. Steve Austin is nowhere to be found in most of
the issue and Jaime Sommers shines. Rated teen plus, the story is solid.
The Bionic Man vs. The Bionic Woman #1
Thereís an enormous monster on the loose who is
collecting hearts. He is one tough cookie, even for Steve Austin. The
villain is perfect as a nasty gigantic brute. What is puzzling is how
little we see of Jaime Sommers, the bionic woman, when the title
suggests she squares off with her male counterpart. This issue is rated