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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr
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Battlestar Galactica: Memories


Battlestar Galactica #10 (Dynamite)

Writer: Greg Pak

Art: Nigel Raynor

Colors: Inlight Studio

Letters: Simon Bowland

Cover B: Nigel Raynor



Sharon-Prime delves deep into her memories while Darrin rejects his.


Story Summary


Darrin breaks through his false memories and embraces his Cylon side, while the so-called Sharon Prime (Captain Valerii) faces a similar situation and comes down on the side of her human emotions. Sharon Prime teaches the other Number Eight models in the garden about their human side, while Darrin turns the antebellum centurions back to the Cylon side, allowing the Cylons to regain control of all of the infected Centurions and Raiders. When the Cylons beginning gunning down the antebellum Centurions, Darrin confronts Number Three about it, proclaiming, "But we saved them. They're with us, now!" She responds, "They're old models, Darrin. Beautiful in their own way, but fundamentally flawed...just like you," while pointing a gun at his head.




Didja Know?


The issues of this series were untitled. I assigned the title "Memories" based on both Sharon's and Darrin's fight to find the truth about themselves through their memories. 


Characters appearing or mentioned in this story


Petty Officer Dualla (in Darrin's memories only)

Darrin Dualla

Mr. and Mrs. Dualla (Dee's parents, in Darrin's memories only)

Number Three

Number Six

Number Five

Captain Valerii (aka Sharon-Prime)

Commander Adama (mentioned only)

Stan Ohari

Several versions of Number Eight


Didja Notice?


On page 8, Captain Valerii tells Stan that he died three years ago when the mining camp blew up their whole hometown. This refers to her implanted memory of being from the Troy mining colony, as revealed in "Flesh and Bone".

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