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Your First Glimpse At Battlestar Galactica's Black Ops Spin-Off

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Click to viewIt wasn't just the Galactica and her fleet that escaped the destruction of the twelve colonies, according to new comic Battlestar Galactica: Ghosts — but that doesn't mean that the smuggler crew of the Orion's Pride or black-ops Viper "Ghost Squadron" have escaped the Cylons altogether. We've got some exclusive pages from the first issue of the new series that show you the vote that doomed the colonies, as well as an introduction to the new survivors.The series, published by Dynamite Entertainment, is the first time that an all-new cast have taken center-stage (although they did publish a Pegasus comic last year) — offering fans a chance to see what future Galactica spin-offs, both in terms of comics and TV, may have to offer. The first issue hits stores today.

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Battlestar Galactica: Ghosts [Dynamite]

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DISCUSSION

Is the pilot named Pennit, on page 5, supposed to be Leoben?

As for spin-offs, well, I'm not a big fan. Razor worked well mostly because they used the same cast except for the hot space-heroin lady who conveniently dies at the end. Chances are this book won't make it to TV but still...

I'll probably read it, though. It's a long way to January.