While I'm not a big fan of the re-imagined series (too much pseudo-religious blah blah and to few action scenes for my taste) I must say: Awesome Map!
It's an official map of the twelve colonies from the Battlestar Galactica universe (styled for the new one).
Pretty nice work, and created by people who worked on the show.
Apparently you can preorder a copy for $15; they're printing them in February.
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That is pretty cool. Thanks for sharing the link.
That is very cool. I also am a fan of the new BSG.
I am the breath of Dragons...The Song of Mountains...The Stories of Rivers....The Heart of Cities.... I am A Cartographer....
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I liked the New version, More so cause it was (and is with the Prequel Series) filmed here in Vancouver
Not to mention the fact that Tricia Helfer is a Canadian...
Awesome find Massive nuBSG fan right here. Stoked that they're going to do the first Cylon War soon.
Very cool. You'd think they could risk giving us a *teensy* bit more of a preview without compromising future sales! Hard to make out any details at all. A good many of the actors were Canadian, weren't they? I think Lee's actor was British though...and that lawyer guy (the one that also played Badger in Firefly). Six wasn't bad, for a robot and all, but Boomer and Starbuck were teh hawt! Way better than the original models...
I really gotta learn the name of the guy who played Badger. Sure enough, whenever a casting call goes out for someone who is a bit dodgy, he always manages to get in on it. He also played the Demon 'Crowley' in Supernatural, a bank robber in Burn Notice, a master thief in White Collar, and I am sure I have seen him in a number of other shows where he plays the same sort of character. He does it well.