Created on October 5, 2012
and written by Category
: Comic Book Reviews
Publisher Name: Dynamite
Writer: Paul Tobin
Pencils: Leno Carvalho
Number of Pages: 26
Safety Content Label: T+ TEENS AND UP – Appropriate for most readers 13 and up, parents are advised that they might want to read before or with younger children.
The Bionic Woman is smashing down mansion doors and kicking holes in yachts, dodging bullets in the tropics and turning super-spy in the Mediterranean, all in a frenzied quest to uncover the real secrets behind the Mission, and shut them down once and for all. But she’s not the only one on a hunt, and she’s about to find out that you should never kick a hole in a yacht you’re on and that not all bullets can be dodged.
The Bionic Woman is back and she’s hitting the folks that are after her hard! This issue begins with action and it keeps going and going. One by one, Jamie searches for and finds some of the folks who are involved with The Mission and gets some answers that she needs, bionic woman style of course.
Eventually, her and Nora end up at a party by flirting with a guy who works for the man that’s next on her list. The party’s on a nice yacht and it’s where Nora and Jamie make a big impression on the man by sinking his yacht. Needless to say the guy gives Jamie the answers she wants at least that’s what she thinks…
The Bionic Woman is one of my favorite comics to date and it keep getting better. Tobin and Carvalho make the perfect team for this series. I’m on the edge of my seat looking forward to what will happen next.
, Dynamite Entertainment
, The Bionic Woman
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