These delicious cereal and marshmallow bits are part of every Cylon’s nutritious breakfast. Best served a cup of Starbucks, of course. Available through 5/18/2012 only over at The Yetee.
If you’ve ever been addicted to any form of entertainment, you’ll identify with this scene from season 2 of Portlandia. Yet another reason to watch the show. So what’s your Battlestar Galactica?
This street-legal Battlestar Galactica’s Viper was built by amusement park mechanic Dean Shorey. It’s made from a postal jeep with a small-block Chevy V8 – just like the original spaceships.
We admit we didn’t quite get Galactica: Sabotage at first until we watched the side-by-side; it’s a tribute to both BSG and the Beastie Boys that closely apes the music video of the latter.
It wasn’t humanoid like the Final Five, but this Cylon Teddy Bear will at least warm your heart before raining nukes on the Colonies; it’s equipped with the Larson Scanner LED KIT.
Get a sneak peak at season 1 of Battlestar Galactica prequel Caprica in the TV trailer above; the season starts 1/29/2010, but watch the entire two-part pilot at SyFy for free here.
Queen fans may want to plug their ears, but Luke Ski’s Battlestar Rhapsody is a parody fit for an Opera House; best lines: “All the Hell, WTF, FTL!” and “Nothing frakking matters to me…”
If you haven’t already watched it on DVD, see the full pilot episode for Caprica on SyFy or Hulu; for the uninitiated, it’s a sci-fi series that serves as a prequel to Battlestar Galactica.
Because Admiral Adama kicks pasty white vampire ass any day: this Team Edward tee is a must for BSG fans (and any other sci-fi fans) tired of hordes of screaming teenie boppers.
Available 10/27/09: The Plan runs two hours and gives us a Cylon perspective on the attempted genocide of humanity in Battlestar Galactica. It’ll also air on Syfy in November 2009.
The folks over at Verna’s Vipers have DIY instructions not just for a single Battlestar Galactica Viper rocket, but an entire squadron: build everything from the MK II to the Blackbird.
They’re cute, but they’ll still wipe out humanity in a heartbeat: Little Frakkin’ Toasters are 6″ tall resin figures, limited to 1,000 pieces, and made by BSG CG artist Dustin Adair.
Toaster lovers and Capricans alike should set their calendars for 7/28: Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series comes out on Blu-ray in a 20-disc set with Cylon figure.
Hung as a painting in Admiral Adama’s quarters, First Cylon War was painted by BSG assistant art director Ken Rabehl and mixes medieval elements with a massive robotic onslaught.
Now available on DVD and as a digital download, the pilot episode for Caprica is set 58 years before the events of Battlestar Galactica; critics are giving it above average reviews.
The reimagined Battlestar Galactica may be over, but you can still own a piece of Colonial history with full-sized Raptor and Mark VIII Viper props, up on eBay with unmet reserves.
Frakking awesome: we’re digging the hot gradient line art on black stylings of this Space Junk! Tee, which is packed with references to Star Wars, Star Trek, 2001 and BSG.
This Star Wars vs. Battlestar Galactica battle is pure awesome, with Battlestars, Star Destroyers and fighters duking it out; be sure to read the resultant jargon-laced feud in the comments.
Calling Admiral Adama: this Battlestar Galactica case sports an actual LED-lit hangar bay, CIC screens, and a BSG crest that doubles as an optical drive; even the monitor is modded.
This Cylon Raider Artisan Replica is about as close to real thing as you’d want to get; made for the reimagined Battlestar Galactica, it’ll include a random signature from the cast.
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