This classic comics adaptation continues the story of the
ragtag fleet of survivors' desperate attempt to reach Earth.
In this volume, Galactica's commander Adama willingly
submits himself to the Memory Machine. With it, he hopes to
recall the co-ordinates for the human race's mythical home
planet, which he had glimpsed before a Cylon attack destroyed
them. But all does not go to plan...
is another collection of tales inspired by the 1978 TV series.
This is the first time these stories have been reprinted,
and it's not hard to see why. Obviously they are being brought
out of mothballs to coincide with the new Battlestar Galactica
the stories themselves are a little dull by today's standards,
it's the art work that really lets the side down. For its
time, it was very much typical of the style represented in
other comics, but by today's standards it's basic colours
make it look too bland.
older readers may get a buzz rereading these stories after
so long, for the rest of us these tales should have been left
in the past. And while I've never understood Titan's pricing
policy (some well produced collections are sold for under
£10) I really couldn't see why this was being marketed
for the ridiculously high price of £15.
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