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Saturday, 15 December 2018

Review: Dynamite - Battlestar Galactica #2

There's Trouble Afoot!

The adventure continues this week in the pages of John Jackson Miller's Battlestar Galactica #2 - an issue that kicks off with Count Baltar and the Cylons meeting with the mysterious Comitat.

Meanwhile, our heroes team up with their new allies in a successful raid upon an occupied fuel depot. Upon returning to the ship, the crew celebrate in haste as the Tylium is broken up between the fleet. As business returns to normal aboard the Galactica, Parrin suggests a second raid upon an alien race that refused to trade with them - something that doesn't sit well with Adama.

After discovering that their new friends feel disdain over this new plan, the Okaati reveal this to be nothing more than a test before proposing that the two races combine their ships in an effort to evade any enemies that come against them - be they Cylon or Comitat.

Realizing this would mean handing control of their ships to the Okaati, Captain Apollo voices his concern over this new project, storming off after his words fall on deaf ears. This leads the pilot to eventually jumping into his Viper and flying straight toward the Comitat fleet - alone!

The latest issue of Battlestar Galactica offers up plenty of action and mystery, taking the next logical progression in plot and keeping us hungry for more! John Jackson Miller and Daniel HDR continue to pile on the fun, and we can't recommend this series enough!

If you're a Battlestar Galactica fan, you need to be putting this excellent new series on your reading list for the new year! It's retro! It's radical! It's ridiculously good!

Don't pass this one up for anything!

Rating: 5/5 - "An essential piece of the Battlestar Galactica mythos that fans will not want to miss for anything!"

Battlestar Galactica #2 is available now!

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