Take Aim At The Common Enemy Of HumanityCharlie Jane Anders11/13/09 11:40amFiled to: ExclusiveBattlestar GalacticaCylonsbsgSchwagArtscience fiction artscifi artTop231EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink When you're out there fighting the Cylons, will you know where to aim to do maximum damage? Get some target practice with a real Centurion target, as seen on BSG. Here's an exclusive first look at your new must-have poster. We're lucky enough to feature Quantum Mechanix's authentic replica of the Cylon targets used on Battlestar Galactica before any other site — even Quantum Mechanix's own site. They're model-makers who brought you the amazing animated-style BSG figures, the Cylon raider filming minature, the U.S.S. Enterprise model, the detailed map of Firefly's 'Verse, and most of all the perfect replica of the Serenity. Here's the full description for the Cylon poster, so you can prepare to take aim with your credit card: Advertisement Advertisement Take Out Your Aggression on a Target That Deserves It!Battlestar Galactica is one of the most ground-breaking television shows of all time. Not just in terms of storytelling and visual effects, but in every detail – set design, soundtrack – even the background props.In our continuing quest to bring you affordable, screen-accurate replicas of the iconic props from TV's greatest saga, we are proud to present our screen-accurate replica of the Cylon Centurion practice target as seen on Galactica's shooting range.Reproduced from the same digital files used to print the screen-used props, QMx has painstakingly reproduced this practice target on an 18"x24" poster printed on 60-pound flat-finish paper stock. We've even die cut the poster into the same distinctive trapizoid shape (why do Colonials hate right angles so much?) and we've included the scoring form in lower right corner of the poster.All for just $9.95 per poster. Perfect way to prepare for the fight against our Cylon oppressors, when that day inevitably comes.It'll be available soon over at Quantum Mechanix.