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Battlestar Galactica: six #1 Jenny Frison cover

JT Krul Spotlights the renowned female Cylon

January 21st, 2014 – Mt. Laurel, NJ – Dynamite and NBCUniversal television consumer products proudly announces the upcoming Battlestar Galactica: six comic book series, set within the continuity of the reimagined 2003 Battlestar Galactica television series, produced by universal cable television productions and featuring one of its many renowned characters, the Cylon model known as Six.  The first chapter of this five-issue miniseries will launch in April 2014, featuring the creative talents of writer J.T. Krul (Justice League, Fathom), interior artist Igor Vitorino, and cover artists Jenny Frison and Chris Bolson.  A photo cover featuring actress Tricia Helfer will also be available.

Battlestar Galactica: six #1 Chris Bolson cover

“Ever because Dynamite started making Battlestar Galactica comics, I made it very clear that I would leap at the opportunity to write in that universe,” says J.T. Krul.  “Not only was I a fan of the original series, but I think the revitalized version developed by Ronald Moore is one the best television shows of the past decade.  like many terrific science fiction, Battlestar Galactica teaches us about who we are by showing us where we might end up.”

Battlestar Galactica: six preview

Battlestar Galactica: six takes place in the days before the last terrific Cylon War. Locked away in a psychiatric ward on the planet Leonis, a woman known only as Eve is haunted by memories of worlds she’s never seen, hazy images of a past full of anguish and death.  One vision in particular calls to her through the pain, like a distant song echoing in her mind.  It is calling her home.  Is Eve crazy… or something much more?  In developing the next generation of Cylons, getting the models to look human was the easy part… but acting human is another story.  longtime fans will see the evolution of Number six as she learns to live, to love, and to hate.

Battlestar Galactica: six #1 preview

“When it concerns the Cylons, the story has always been less about how they look human and much more about how they act human,” adds Krul.  “That aspect is at the core of this story.  focusing on Number Six, we explore the development of a Cylon on an practically psychological level.  through various existences on various planets of the colonies, Number six sees what it implies to be human.  possibly the most striking feature separating humans from Cylons is the worry of death.  much of human behavior is driven by it, and Cylons have no real concept of it.  It’s a important lesson any Cylon should learn in purchase to understand how the human mind works.  but it’s not enough that Number six understand them.  She should come to empathize with them.  and eventually, she should come to loathe them.”

Battlestar Galactica: six #1 preview

“The reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series shook the foundations of sci-fi fandom,” says Nick Barrucci, CEO and publisher of Dynamite.  “We have had the privilege and enjoyment of contributing numerous tales to that star-spanning mythos over the years, but in 2013, our focus was set mainly on the 35th anniversary celebration of the classic BSG continuity.  What better way to rocket back into the reimagined universe than by focusing the spotlight on Number six — the sexiest, many seductive woman in the universe, even if she was manufactured on a Cylon assembly line.”

Battlestar Galactica: six #1 subscription photo cover

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