- Col. Steve Austin, shake hands with Barney Hiller.
- The Six Million Dollar Man meets The Seven Million Dollar Man!
- Action figures derived from the TV series The Six Million Dollar Man.
- This set includes Steve Austin (Astronaut) and Barney Hiller Action Figures.
- Multiple points of articulation. Series-true fabric clothing. Retro styling.
- Better, stronger, and maybe even faster!
It's been a long time since the world has seen collectibles of the original Col. Steve Austin, "a man barely alive," so Bif Bang Pow! is excited to bring these 8-inch scale Six Million Dollar Man
action figures to loyal fans of the celebrated TV series everywhere. Continuing Bif Bang Pow!'s successful partnership with EMCE Toys, these truly unique figures feature multiple points of articulation, series-true fabric clothing, and a retro style that hearkens to the bestselling "Mego" action figures of the 1970s and 1980s... only better than they were before... better, stronger, and maybe even faster!
This set includes 2 individually packaged action figures (subject to change):
1x Steve Austin (Astronaut)
1x Barney Hiller (The Seven Million Dollar Man)
Col. Steve Austin is brought back to life once more in this Steve Austin Action Figure that presents the likeness of actor and pop-culture icon Lee Majors in his astronaut suit from the series. He's all set to explore the limitless space of your The Six Million Dollar Man collection!
Could it be? Another bionic man? Actor Monte Markham played Barney Hiller in the memorable episode "The Seven Million Dollar Man," and this Barney Hiller Action Figure presents him just as he was in the show. Perhaps you'd like to take him home so you and Steve Austin can help him adjust to his new bionics.
The Six Million Dollar Man is an American television series about a crippled test pilot and former astronaut who is rebuilt with nuclear-powered limbs and bionic implants. Working for the OSI, he serves as a truly one-of-a-kind intelligence agent. The popular show aired on the ABC network as a regular series from 1974 to 1978.