How about a double-dose of retro Bionic goodness?
Above Image: Dynamite Cover Steve Austin (Lee Majors) and Jamie Summers (Lindsay Wagner).
Back in the day, I used to read a kid's magazine called Dynamite. It was published by Scholastic Inc. from 1974 until 1992. Dynamite was incredibly popular, and inspired two other magazines for Scholastic I never cared for called Wow and Bananas. Interestingly, 109 issues were edited by Jane Stine, wife of children's author R. L. Stine who writes the kids horror stories Goosebumps.
I came across two covers from the groovy retro site Space 1970 featuring Steve Austin (Lee Majors) and Jamie Summers (Lindsay Wagner).
Issue #8 (February 1975) had a cover "Inside The Six Million Dollar Man" featuring Lee Majors.
Issue #29 (November 1976) had the cover "The Six Million Dollar Man vs. The Bionic Woman!" Featuring Lee Majors and Lindsay Wagner.
I never noticed both actor's first names start with L.
Who do you think would win the wrestling match? Do you remember the shows?
via Space 1970
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