Cyborg; Operation Nuke; High Crystal

New York: Arbor House, 1972, 1973, 1974.

Price: $1,250.00

Hardcover. First editions. Three volumes. Each volume is fine in near fine or better dustwrappers with light wear; *High Crystal with scattered scraps. *Operation Nuke* is an Advance Review Copy with slip laid in. *Cyborg* was the basis for the television movie *The Six-Million Dollar Man*, which became a popular series of the same name and had an equally popular spin-off, *The Bionic Woman*. Seen by almost every child of the 1970s, the show had the benefit of a cross-gender appeal: girls watched it for hunky star Lee Majors, boys tuned in because the guy was part robot. Look inside the lunchbox and you'll find a new myth of man in the technological age, one popularized in countless books and films since. Or you can just reminisce about fembots. A new film version is rumored to be in the works, but we'll believe it when we see the action figure. All volumes, particularly *Cyborg*, are very uncommon in fine condition.

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Cyborg; Operation Nuke; High Crystal. Martin CAIDIN.