The Bionic Woman is published by Dynamite Entertainment. Price per issue is $3.99.
- The Bionic Woman Season 4 #3: 26 Nov 2014
- The Bionic Woman Season 4 #4: 24 Dec 2014
- none scheduled
Irregular series. Season 4 started in September 2014.
- Jaime Sommers
The Bionic Woman Season 4 #4Edit
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- The Bionic Woman, vol. 1: Mission Control - Collects #1-10. "After Jaime Sommers suffers a horrific parachute accident, her then-boyfriend, Steve Austin, convinces his superiors to save her life using similar bionic parts to the ones that made him the Bionic Man. The doctors / scientists replace both Jaime’s legs. Her right arm. Her ear. And a few other surprises! Now, she’s the Bionic Woman, and her body is faster, and stronger, but much of the memory of her past life is missing. But old lives have a way of popping back up again, and when the recipients of the earliest bionic prototypes are being killed across the globe, horribly murdered with their bionic parts stolen, Jaime has to put her new life in Paris on hold. Especially since it now looks like the mysterious killers are done with the small fry. They want the upgrade. They want the Bionic Woman!" - WorldCat - ISBN 1606903624
- The Bionic Woman: Season Four - Collects Season Four #1-4. "Finally coming to terms with her life as a bionic woman, Jaime Sommers balances her personal life with the occasional mission as a top agent for the OSI. Recently upgraded with new bionic components and software, she is deployed to Mexico on a routine assignment… and discovers herself the target of Maureo Morales, a rogue general formerly of the Air Force." - WorldCat - ISBN 9781606908655
- The Bionic Woman, vol. 1: Mission Control - Collects #1-10. - comiXology
Leftover Useful InformationEdit
Writer: Paul Tobin. Artist: Leno Carvalho.
Based on the television series created by Kenneth Johnson, based on the novel Cyborg by Martin Caidin.
First published in 2012.
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