Dynamite Entertainment got really real last weekend at New York Comic-Con, coming out swinging with numerous new projects from an impressive roster of mainstream creators who've been given free rein on brand new series. Among them, Rick Remende
Following in the footsteps of their Game of Thrones RPG video, Collegehumor returns with a 16-bit Square/Enix-style RPG reimagining of the complete Battlestar Galactica series on Syfy. It's an abbreviated retelling, to be sure, but BSG fans (and critics) will enjoy the shoutouts to controversial plot twists like the
Here at ComicsAlliance we respect any foodie who takes the time to craft a dish in the likeness of one of their favorite characters, but there's something extra special about a Japanese chef who compares sculpting a robot out of vegetables to building a plastic Gundam model kit
Few stories have divided genre television fans like that of Sci-Fi's (now SyFy's) "Battlestar Galactica." The philosophical dystopian space opera, which debuted in 2003 and concluded more than a year ago, inspired a level of fan evangelism rarely seen even in geek circles before a sectarian split somewhere in the third season.The controversial endi
I'm caught up on "Caprica," and while I didn't love it at first, it's really starting to grow on me with each subsequent episode. Still, I can't help but miss "Battlestar Galactica." Good little Willy Adama is a nice enough kid, but I want more time with Admiral William Adama
Confession time - I'm halfway through the "Caprica" pilot and so far, I don't like it. I know, I know, that's blasphemous and whatever, but I'm just not thrilled by it yet. To be fair, I didn't love the initial "Battlestar Galactica" miniseries, but the first episode of the proper series completely won me over
It's been reported in Variety that "X-Men" and "Superman Returns" director Bryan Singer is planning on remaking the late 70s cult hit science fiction series "Battlestar Galactica" as a feature film. Now, some of you may have noticed that the former Sci-Fi channel recently had some success and attracted an unusu
For a guy who seemed reluctant to climb aboard a Battlestar Galactica series when it first launched, Edward James Olmos is committed body and soul now.
At a Friday early afternoon press conference at Comic-Con International, Olmos hosted a BSG: Caprica - The Plan event to show preview footage of the new Caprica show and to discuss The Plan movie he directed to continue Syfy's top original franchise. The DVD release for that fil
It's the end of the week explosion! Let's check in with our friend and the angriest fan on the planet, Seacord...
Q: How was your Memorial Day? In the spirit of our holiday post, what's your favorite war comic of all time? Mine is The War mini-series where they killed all of the New Universe characters and that baby destroyed all the weapons on Earth while it was still in the womb. I used to eat a lot of cold medicine though...