Charlie’s Angels/Bionic Woman #4
writer: Cameron DeOrdio
artist: Soo Lee
covers: Cat Staggs (A), Jim Mahfood (B)
Jim Mahfood (RI-B/W), Cat Staggs (RI-Virgin), Jim Mahfood (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 Pages | $3.99 | Action/Adventure | Teen+
What’s a hero to fight for? In this arc’s thrilling conclusion, the Angels have made an unlikely ally in their quest to steal the powerful adrenalizine formula from Naris Corp. — but will it be enough to overcome the military contractor’s upgraded security? They’ll need a bold plan, incredible feats of espionage and a little luck if they want to stop the possibility of a bionically enhanced war machine in its tracks. But OSI alumni The Bionic Woman and Oscar Goldman may be none too eager to allow such powerful technology outside of Naris control, despite potential medical applications. Allegiances will be tested, values will be questioned, and punches will be thrown in CHARLIE’S ANGELS/BIONIC WOMAN #4!
For the first time ever, the Angels meet the Bionic in the crazy 80’s in Charlie’s Angels/Bionic Woman, from Dynamite Entertainment. Bringing together Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Charlie’s Angels and Universal’sBionic Woman is a first in comics and a winning crossover event in print.
Charlie gives his Angels an assignment to steal back a patent for its mysterious inventor. The biggest hiccup on the mission is their toughest counterspy yet, literally – Jaime Sommers aka the Bionic Woman. Will the cyborg come out on top against a team of highly trained private investigators or will the tides turn toward a team-up against some greater threat?
Audiences sat at home glued to their TVs watching the thrilling adventures of these detectives, even on the same night for a period. This new series is set within the original series continuity for both shows and takes place after their finales, bringing everyone together in the 1980s.
Cameron DeOrdio brings his honed writing abilities and love for both franchises to the table, while artist Soo Lee draws these women in her one-of-a-kind style. Colorist Addison Duke and letterer Tom Napolitano round out the team inside the book.
On the outside, a compelling cadre of cover artists include the sensational Cat Staggs, indie darling Jim Mahfood and paperback cover and movie poster legend Ron Lesser.