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- You may be looking for one of the other comic publications listed at The Six Million Dollar Man (comics) or The Bionic Woman in Look-in
The Six Million Dollar Man was one of the longest-running strips in the British anthology comics magazine, Look-in, surpassed by only a few "home-grown" strips like The Tomorrow People and Benny Hill. As the home of adaptations of mostly ITV programs, the weekly Look-in was the natural location for a Six Million Dollar Man comic strip in the United Kingdom.
The strip replaced one devoted to another American show, Kung Fu, in the 21 June 1975 issue. It ended its run in the 24 March 1979 issue, giving way to Dick Turpin. 
Like many British comics, Look-in was a mixture of monochromatic and color pages, with the color pages being assigned to the more "prestigious" strips. The Six Million Dollar Man enjoyed color treatment for the bulk of its run. The strip also had unusual stability in its creative team. Every story was written by Angus P. Allen and drawn by Martin Asbury.
The strip featured the television characters of Steve and Oscar, but was disinclined to include Rudy in its short segments. They also re-introduced the OSO as the organization for which Steve and Oscar worked.
As was the norm in British comics of the era, stories would stretch over the course of several months, with only between 2 and 4 pages an issue devoted to any one property. Thus, while The Six Million Dollar Man's run was impressive against other strips carried by the magazine, the total amount of comic material generated by Look-in was roughly on a par with the total output of the short-lived Charlton comic book and magazine combined.
Some installments of this comic are available for online reading.
- The very first Look-In strip from 21 June 1975 includes a rare, post-pilot reference to the OSO. It may, in fact, be the only time Oscar Goldman admits to the existence of the organization in a licensed product.
- The 22 May 1976 strip(dead link) features the bizarre Toymaker villain and demonstrates the absurdism to which these strips were sometimes given.
- The 20 August 1977 strip(dead link) is a somewhat unsuual Look-In attempt at a straight-up Cold War adventure.