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| title=Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 1
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| title=Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica 1
 
| series=Dynamite
 
| series=Dynamite
 
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| episode=
 
| episode=
| writer= [[Tony Lee]]
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| writer= [[Peter David]]
| penciller=[[Aneke]]
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| penciller=[[Johnny Desjardins]]
| inker=
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| inker=[[Johnny Desjardins]]
| colorist= [[Alex Starling]]
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| colorist= [[Mohan]]
| letterer= [[Marshall Dillon]]
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| letterer= [[Taylor Esposito]]
 
| editor=
 
| editor=
| cover= [[Ardian Syaf]] (Cover A) <br/> [[Sergio Fernandez Davila]] (Cover B)
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| cover= [[John Cassaday]] & [[Laura Martin]] (Cover A) <br/> [[Johnny Desjardins]] (Cover B)
| published=August 13, 2014
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| published=January 10, 2018
 
| collects=
 
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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
  
:''Welcome to the world of ''Battlestar Galactica'' as never seen before, as #1 NYT Bestselling Author [[Tony Lee]] gives it a Steampunk spin! After Professor [[Baltar (1880)|Baltar]]'s clockwork [[Cylonics]] destroy the [[Colonial Empire]], Arch Duke [[Adama (1880)|Adama]] learns that his son [[Apollo (1880)|Apollo]] is missing! It's up to Lady [[Athena (1880)|Athena]] to travel to the Sky Pirate world of the [[Rising Star (1880)|Rising Star]] and ask for help from the only hope she has &mdash; the disgraced Captain [[Starbuck (1880)|Starbuck]] and his humanoid / [[Daggit (1880)|Daggit]] copilot [[Muffit (1880)|Muffit]]...''<ref>{{cite_web|url=https://www.dynamite.com/htmlfiles/viewProduct.html?PRO=C72513021927501011|title=
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:''At last! The epic story you've been dying to see is here, a galaxy and timeline-spanning saga bringing the two very different (and yet so very much alike) crews of the Battlestar Galacticas series together. But don't expect this historic meeting of heroes to be friendly: they have no idea why they have been brought together, or what the result of this unprecedented meeting is. And it starts here as the legendary Commander Cain and the crew of the Pegasus are revealed to be alive, and have encountered an individual they never thought they would meet: the last Cylon. All this has happened before, but there will NEVER be anything like it again!''<ref>{{cite_web|url=https://www.dynamite.com/htmlfiles/viewProduct.html?PRO=C72513026277601011|title=Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #1|date=|accessdate=10 October 2019|last=|first=|format=|language=}}</ref>
Steampunk Battlestar Galactica: 1880 #1|date=|accessdate=24 June 2019|last=|first=|format=|language=}}</ref>
 
  
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
  
=== Overview ===
 
 
* A [[yahren]]s long conflict between the [[Ovions (1880)|Ovions]] and the [[Colonial Empire]] took their toll on the humans.
 
* Professor [[Baltar (1880)|Baltar]] creates a machine race of [[clockworks]] to replace the depleting numbers of [[Warrior (1880)|Warrior]]s: [[Cylonics]].
 
* Cylonics turn the tide in the [[Ovion Wars]] within [[secton]]s, ending the conflict.
 
* Buoyed by this, Baltar sets his sights on acquiring power over the Colonial Empire. He is thwarted by [[Archduke]] [[Adama (1880)|Adama]] of the [[aethership]] ''[[Galactica (1880)|Galactica]]'', and Baltar absconds with the Cylonic army and the [[Lu-c-fer|babbage computer]] that controls them.
 
 
=== The Fall of Caprica ===
 
 
* On [[Caprica (1880)|Caprica]], [[Cylonic Centurions|large Cylonics]] cause havoc and wreak destruction throughout a densely populated city. In the skies above, [[Viper (1880)|Viper]]s ineffectually fire upon them.
 
* [[Zachary]] asks [[Crown Prince]] [[Apollo (1880)|Apollo]] for a new attack plan. Apollo mistakenly confuses Zachary for [[Starbuck (1880)|Starbuck]], who is lost to them.
 
* On Apollo's order, they use grapples to drag down the Cylons as concentrated Viper firepower on the knees does the rest.
 
* On ''[[Galactica (1880)|Galactica]]'', Fleet Admiral [[Tigh (1880)|Tigh]] celebrates the downing of that Cylonic. * [[Adama (1880)|Adama]] orders the ship about while belting out a rousing speech on how Caprica will not fall.
 
* Zachary sarcastically questions Apollo on how Caprica's been ordered to survive, and asks if that's how Apollo stays alive as well. Apollo retorts that being Crown Prince doesn't make him immortal, but it makes him act that way. Starbuck, too, acted that way and notes "look what happened to him."
 
* ''[[Atlantia (1880)|Atlantia]]'' engages another towering Cylonic, which fires [[Cylonic Knights|smaller versions of itself]] at it. These Knights board the ship and head to the control room.
 
* As Apollo is reporting on this new act, a Knight climbs upon his Viper and smashes the canopy.
 
* Aboard ''Atlantia'', Knights enter the engine room and commandeer the vessel, overloading the [[solium core]] and steering the aetership into the planet itself.
 
* Adama orders an evacuation of Caprica, realizing that the ship is now a bomb. The order is in vain, as ''Atlantia'' explodes and kills all life on Caprica.
 
* The [[Flight Commander]] informs Adama that Apollo's vessel has been found floating in the atmosphere.
 
* Tigh and Adama inspect the craft in the hangar. Tigh shares the belief that Apollo was sucked out when his [[plexi-crystal]] canopy broke.
 
* Adama vows vengeance against Baltar and his creations as [[Lady]] [[Athena (1880)|Athena]] arrives with her page [[Boxey (1880)|Boxey]] in tow.
 
* Athena informs Adama that she had been visiting [[Lord]] [[Cain (1880)|Cain]] on ''[[Pegasus (1880)|Pegasus]]''. Adama reminds her that he disapproves of that relationship, but is told that Cain is dead as ''Pegasus''<nowiki>'</nowiki> destruction occurred prior to ''Atlantia''<nowiki>'s</nowiki>.
 
* Athena examines the Viper, voicing her belief that Apollo may have survived. Tigh agrees that it could be possible if Baltar had desired it, and Athena believes that Apollo was abducted as a trophy for Baltar as destroying Caprica wasn't enough.
 
* Incensed at this, Adama rebukes entertaining Apollo's survival and seeks vengeance instead, and ends the conversation.
 
* Athena weeps, asking Tigh for help. Tigh notes that only one man could have a chance at saving Apollo&mdash;[[Flight-Lieutenant]] [[Starbuck (1880)|Starbuck]], a deserter whose name is no longer spoken.
 
* Tigh informs Athena of Starbuck's location on the border world of {{1880|Rising Star}}, and that someone needs to remind Starbuck about his life debut to Apollo.
 
* Now hopeful, Athena tells Boxey to ready her [[bubbleship]] for the trip.
 
 
=== Aetherprison ''Proteus'' ===
 
 
* [[Cylonic Knight]]s drag {{1880|Apollo}} through the [[aetherprison]] ''{{1880|Proteus}}'' in orbit of the planet [[Helia]]; it is here that the large towering [[Cylonic Centurion|Cylonic Centurion]]s that besieged {{1880|Caprica}} are being constructed.
 
* Apollo comments on being roughly handled by the Cylonics as he is pushed upon the floor of {{1880|Baltar}}'s throne room.
 
* Baltar presents himself as "{{1880|Imperious Leader}} Baltar," and notes his pleasure about saving Apollo's life. He debates what to do with Apollo: work him to death in Helia's mines, or turn him into the next evolution of a Cylonic Knight.
 
* As Baltar makes the decision to have Apollo work his mines&mdash;noting that only Apollo's brain is required for the future experiment&mdash;Apollo vows to kill Baltar.
 
 
=== Rising Star ===
 
 
* {{1880|Athena}} and {{1880|Boxey}} make way to the bar an old man on Rising Star spoke of. When Athena asks Boxey about it being a trap, Boxey replies in the affirmative: "We're certain to die in a matter of ''centons''."
 
* They enter the pirate-infested bar and, even after Boxey corrects himself from his earlier statement, Athena commands for the barkeep. Her inquiry regarding {{1880|Starbuck}} and his aethership ''{{1880|Starchaser}}'' attracts the unwanted attention of two pirates, {{1880|Romo|one of them}} noting that "saying the name Starbuck isn't a way to make ''friends''" and that Starbuck hasn't many on Rising Star.
 
* Athena flips over one of the men into a table, while the second bald-shaven aggressor pulls a gun on her. Before he can proceed further, the tip of {{1880|Starbuck}}'s sword comes close to the aggressor's face. The aggressor stands down, retrieves his friend and leaves the bar with haste.
 
* After exchanging barbs on Starbuck's state of inebriation, Starbuck directs Athena to his "office"&mdash;an out-of-the-way table at the bar.
 
 
=== Atherprison ''Proteus'' ===
 
 
* A [[Cylonic Knight]] pushes {{1880|Apollo}} into a cell, where he encounters {{1880|Boomer}}, an old acquaintance from the [[Ovion War]] who had been banished. Apollo asks why he was banished by the {{1880|Quorum of Twelve}}, Boomer replies that it was because he was saved by {{1880|Baltar}}'s prosthetics&mdash;where they were converted into half-human, half-clockwork machines&mdash;after having been badly wounded at the [[Battle of Carillion]].
 
* In the cell is {{1880|Jolly}}, another {{1880|Warrior}} saved by Baltar's science and summarily banished. They tell Apollo that the Quorum feared anyone saved by Baltar would be controlled by him. Despite {{1880|Adama}}'s objections, the Quorum exiled them and Baltar "rescued" them to work on mining ores for Baltar's weapons of mass destruction.
 
* Apollo recruits Boomer and Jolly to his cause, assuring them that he does not view them as enemies while promising that they will be returned to the nobility of the [[Colonial Empire]] by helping him escape after they land on [[Helia]].
 
  
=== Rising Star ===
 
 
* {{1880|Starbuck}} tells {{1880|Athena}} that he told {{1880|Adama}} that {{1880|Baltar}} couldn't be trusted. After Adama shared these concerns with the {{1880|Quorum of Twelve}}, Starbuck was forced out as the Quorum "decided I could no longer be trusted."
 
* Athena takes offense to this, and Starbuck agrees with her that Adama is a good man, but the "Quorum has ''many'' bad seeds." He tells her of his two wingmen, {{1880|Boomer}} and {{1880|Jolly}}, who were saved by {{1880|Baltar}}'s prosthetics after the [[Battle of Carillion]] and went mysteriously missing the next day.
 
* He asks Athena how many men and women saved by Baltar's prosthetics still remain, noting that the Quorum excised anything "touched by Baltar's hand." Athena bristles in anger at this and is interrupted by Starbuck's second in command, a {{1880|Daggit}} named {{1880|Muffit}}. Muffit informs Starbuck that someone is looking for payment, which he brushes off.
 
* Athena is shocked at the presence of Muffit, noting that Daggits are unstable. As Starbuck is about to leave, he imparts his sorrow of what had transpired on Caprica and is uncertain about what he can do to help win the new war.
 
* Athena tells Starbuck that she doesn't care about the war, noting her only concern is about {{1880|Apollo}}. He changes his tune, noting that she should have simply said that in the first place.
 
* As they leave to make way to ''{{1880|Starchaser}}'', {{1880|Boxey}} introduces himself to Muffit.
 
* They enter the bay where ''Starchaser'' is berthed, where Starbuck tells Athena that she'll find "no faster ship in all the [[aether]]" with the addition of special modifications "at great cost."
 
* Before they can board, Queen {{1880|Sheba}} and her brigand announce themselves; Sheba claims that Starbuck stole the credits from her.
 
* Athena uses her father's name in an attempt to defuse the situation, but Sheba notes that it is she who rules Rising Star, and not the [[Colonial Empire]].
 
* Athena questions Starbuck about Sheba's claim, and arrives at the truth: he didn't deliver goods from a run.
 
* Before Sheba can have her satisfaction, Queen {{1880|Cassiopeia}} arrives demanding satisfaction as Starbuck wronged her first. Starbuck briefly explains the situation to Athena, while Sheba discerns that Cassiopeia slept with Starbuck, noting it "ripe for mockery."
 
* Starbuck attempts to talk his way out of the situation, noting that both queens are not able to get what they want. Sheba replies that this is incorrect, and declares a three-way fight between the parties.
 
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
  
* The use of "1880" in the title notwithstanding, no special date designation is used in the depiction of the story itself.
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* Use of the Ovions in this saga could very well be a meta-nod to the "Selenites," the race of insect-like creatures from the [[w:H. G. Wells|H. G. Wells]] novel ''[[w:The First Men in the Moon|The First Men in the Moon]]''. The depiction of insect-like creatures in science fiction originates from this story.
 
  
=== Character Comparisons ===
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=== Character Comparisons and Changes ===
  
 
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| ''{{1880|Starchaser}}'' || ''[[Starchaser]]'' || In the [[Original Series]], ''Starchaser'' is Starbuck's modified {{TOS|Viper}} seen in "[[The Long Patrol]]" (where Proteus is also introduced), whereas the ''1880'' counterpart makes it more of a transport in the style of ''[[wookieepedia:Millennium Falcon|Millennium Falcon]]''.  
 
| ''{{1880|Starchaser}}'' || ''[[Starchaser]]'' || In the [[Original Series]], ''Starchaser'' is Starbuck's modified {{TOS|Viper}} seen in "[[The Long Patrol]]" (where Proteus is also introduced), whereas the ''1880'' counterpart makes it more of a transport in the style of ''[[wookieepedia:Millennium Falcon|Millennium Falcon]]''.  
 
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==Analysis==
 
==Analysis==
  
As this comic book series is approached as a "blank slate" by the author, a merging of various themes from both the [[Original Series]], [[Re-imagined Series]], and even ''[[Caprica (series)|Caprica]]'' occur here.
 
  
=== Cylonics ===
 
  
Revising the origin story of the robotic enemy, the [[Cylonics]] are created by humans, echoing the [[Cylons (RDM)|Cylons]] creation in the [[Re-imagined Series]] story. What differs here is the reason for the Cylonics creation and how they are used: first to fight the [[Ovions (1880)|Ovions]], who war with the humans of the [[Twelve Colonial Empires]], and then to fight at [[Baltar (1880)|Baltar]]'s behest when he seeks dominion over the Empire.
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==Questions==
  
The inclusion of a human Count Iblis is a nod to the fallen "[[Beings of Light|Being of Light]]" depicted in "[[War of the Gods]]," as well as Iblis' manipulative role in creating the robotic Cylons. 
 
  
=== ''Star Wars'' ===
 
  
The easiest, superficial nod to ''Star Wars'' is in the role appropriation amongst {{1880|Starbuck}} as the roguish [[wookieepedia:Han Solo|Han Solo]], {{1880|Muffit}} as the first mate [[wookieepedia:Chewbacca|Chewbacca]], and ''{{1880|Starchaser}}'' as a ''[[wookieepedia:Millennium Falcon|Millennium Falcon]]''.
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==Noteworthy Dialogue==
  
[[Tony Lee]] admits this point in an interview, and the mirroring (and reversal) of story beats: "{{1880|Apollo}}’s been captured and lady Athena goes on a desperate hunt for the one man that can help her rescue her brother, the disgraced [[Aethership]] Captain Starbuck, one time best friend of Apollo, now a smuggler, captain of the ''Starchaser'' with his first officer Muffit, a humanoid Daggit / robotics hybrid. It’s very Han and Chewie. In fact, thinking about it, it’s ''[[wookieepedia:Star Wars: A New Hope|Star Wars]]'', if [[wookieepedia:Leia Organa|Leia]] hired Han to help her rescue [[wookieepedia:Luke Skywalker|Luke]]."<ref name="westfield">{{cite_web|url=https://westfieldcomics.com/blog/interviews-and-columns/interview-tony-lee-on-dynamites-steampunk-battlestar-galactica-1880/|title=INTERVIEW: TONY LEE ON DYNAMITE’S STEAMPUNK BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: 1880|date=7 June 2014|accessdate=8 October 2019|last=Ash|first=Roger}}</ref>
 
  
==Questions==
 
  
* Why did the conflict between the [[Ovions (1880)|Ovions]] and the [[Colonial Empire]] exist?
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== Official Statements ==
* What really happened to [[Starbuck (1880)|Starbuck]]?
 
* What happened to [[Carillion]]?
 
  
==Noteworthy Dialogue==
 
  
* ''Archduke [[Adama (1880)|Adama]] gives a "rousing speech" during the [[Cylonic]] attack on [[Caprica (1880)|Caprica]]:''
 
: '''Adama:''' This is Archduke Adama of the ''[[aethership]] [[Galactica (1880)|Galactica]]''. Caprica will not fall. I repeat&mdash;''Caprica will. Not. Fall.''
 
: '''[[Zachary]]:''' You hear that, [[Apollo (1880)|Apollo]]? Caprica's been ''ordered'' to survive this! Is that how he keeps you alive? ''Orders for you to live?''
 
  
* ''Lady [[Athena (1880)|Athena]] and [[Boxey (1880)|Boxey]] make it to [[Rising Star (1880)|Rising Star]] in search of [[Starbuck (1880)|Starbuck]]:''
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: '''Athena:''' Calm, Boxey&mdash;there's the bar that the old man spoke about. Do you still think this is nothing but an ''elaborate trap''?
 
: '''Boxey:''' Absolutely, ma'am. We're certain to due within a matter of ''[[centon]]s''.
 
: '''Athena:''' (after entering the bar) See? Nothing to worry about.
 
: '''Boxey:''' I stand corrected, ma'am. Until we're ''viciously mutilated by pirates'', that is.
 
  
* ''Starbuck talks to Athena about the two queens ([[Sheba (1880)|Sheba]] and [[Cassiopeia (1880)|Cassiopeia]]) of Rising Star:''
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: '''Athena:''' ''Two'' queens?
 
: '''Starbuck:''' It's complicated. They're sisters, each believing that ''they'' have more right to rule.
 
: '''Athena:''' You've ''been playing them'' off against each other, haven't you?
 
: '''Starbuck:''' Pretty much.
 
  
== Official Statements ==
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BSGvBSG0101011ACasaday.jpg|'''Cover A''' Main colorized cover.<br/>''Art:'' [[John Cassaday]]<br/>''Colors:'' [[Laura Martin]]
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BSGvBSG0101031CActionFigAdama.jpg|'''Cover C''' Adama Action Figure Cover<br/>''Art:'' [[Michael Adams]]
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BSGvBSG0101041DActionFigBaltar.jpg|'''Cover D''' Baltar Action Figure Cover<br/>''Art:'' [[Michael Adams]]
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* ''[[Tony Lee]] discusses the inspiration of the ''1880'' series:''
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==== Other Incentives ====
  
: "Very much a case of being in the right place at the right time. It was back in February this year [2014]; I’d finished the ''[[Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck]]'' series and we were looking for something else to do together. I’d gone over to Los Angeles for a convention, and had arranged to arrive a few days beforehand to take some meetings with producers in relation to a couple of screenplays I have out there. So, there I am, in the office of a very high-up and influential producer, nervous as hell and staring at a selection of posters and props from some of my favourite films ever as I talk about the film – when my phone buzzes, telling me I have an email.
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BSGvBSG0101091IIncen10CassB.jpg|'''Cover I''' Colorized virgin incentive cover.<br/>''Art:'' [[John Cassaday]]<br/>''Colors:'' [[Laura Martin]]
: Now, I always turn my phone onto silent, but for some reason this time it didn’t happen. I apologise, and carry on the pitch. But the producer says to check it, as it could be important. And to be honest, he needs to take a call quickly himself. So, I check my emails, and there’s one from Joe [Rybandt] and Nick [Barrucci] saying that they’ve had this idea for a Steampunk ''Battlestar Galactica'' series, they’re not sure how it’d work, did I have any thoughts on it, that sort of thing. The producer comes back in and, from one look on my face, he knows I’ve hit some kind of motherload. So, I tell him. And it turns out he’s a massive ''Battlestar Galactica'' fan. And we spend the next ten minutes bonding as I explain how I’d do a Steampunk ''Battlestar Galactica'' series, before moving back to the movie I was there to pitch. But those ten minutes were invaluable, as it meant that by the time I replied to Joe and Nick, I already had a fully fleshed out idea of what I wanted to do, and how I wanted to play it. And bar a couple of characters, it’s pretty much how I envisioned it back in February.<ref name="westfield"/>
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BSGvBSG0101131MIncen50CassBW.jpg |'''Cover M''' Black-and-white cover.<br/>''Art:'' [[John Cassaday]]<br/>
 
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===Covers===
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==== Earlier Unused Iterations ====
  
: ''Even though the covers are not identified with letter designations on the cover identification sheet inside of the issue, they are used below for consistency and order purposes.''
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BSG188001CovSyaf.jpg|'''Cover A''' Main colorized cover.<br/>''Art:'' Ardian Syaf<br/>''Inks:'' Guillermo Ortega<br/>''Colors:'' Kyle Ritter
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BSGvBSG0101011ACasaday.jpg|'''Cover A''' Main colorized cover.<br/>''Art:'' [[John Cassaday]]<br/>''Colors:'' [[Laura Martin]]
BSG188001CovIncenDavila.jpg|'''Cover B:''' Original art incentive cover.<br/>''Art:'' Sergio Fernandez Davila<br/>''Colors:'' Ivan Nunes
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BSGvBSG0101031CActionFigAda.jpg|'''Cover C''' Adama Action Figure Cover<br/>''Art:'' [[Michael Adams]]
BSG188001CovIncenDavilaBW.jpg|'''Cover C:''' Black & white incentive variant.<br/>''Art:'' Sergio Fernandez Davila
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BSGvBSG0101041DActionFigBal.jpg|'''Cover D''' Baltar Action Figure Cover<br/>''Art:'' [[Michael Adams]]
BSG188001CovIncenAthena.jpg|'''Cover D:''' [[:en:Athena (1880)|Athena]] Concept Art Incentive Cover<br/>''Art:'' Sergio Fernandez Davila
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BSGvBSG0101051EActionFigCyl.jpg|'''Cover E''' Cylon Action Figure Cover<br/>''Art:'' [[Michael Adams]]
BSG188001CovIncenCylon.jpg|'''Cover E:''' [[:en:Cylonic|Cylon]] Concept Art Incentive Cover<br/>''Art:'' Sergio Fernandez Davila
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BSG188001CovBaltimoreCon.jpg|'''Cover F:''' Baltimore Comicon Exclusive Cover<br/>''Art:'' Ardian Syaf<br/>''Inks:'' Guillermo Ortega
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Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica 1
Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica 1
An issue of the Dynamite series.
Issue No. 1
Writer(s) Peter David
Penciller(s) Johnny Desjardins
Inker(s) Johnny Desjardins
Colorist(s) Mohan
Letterer(s) Taylor Esposito
Editor(s)
Cover Artist(s) John Cassaday & Laura Martin (Cover A)
Johnny Desjardins (Cover B)
Adaptation of
Published January 10, 2018
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ISBN 725130262776
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Summary

At last! The epic story you've been dying to see is here, a galaxy and timeline-spanning saga bringing the two very different (and yet so very much alike) crews of the Battlestar Galacticas series together. But don't expect this historic meeting of heroes to be friendly: they have no idea why they have been brought together, or what the result of this unprecedented meeting is. And it starts here as the legendary Commander Cain and the crew of the Pegasus are revealed to be alive, and have encountered an individual they never thought they would meet: the last Cylon. All this has happened before, but there will NEVER be anything like it again![1]

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The following are unused concept covers that differ from the final released product.

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References

  1. Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #1 (backup available on Archive.org) (in ). Retrieved on 10 October 2019.