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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr
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Battlestar Galactica: Waystation "Waystation"
Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero #11 (Dynamite)
Writer: Brandon Jerwa
Art: Jackson Herbert
Cover: Jackson Herbert


While the Galactica and her commander attempt to recover from the damage sustained previously, Dane finds himself caught between two sides.


Didja Know?


Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero was a 13-issue mini-series published by Dynamite Entertainment, covering the crew's adventures starting with Commander Adama assigned to the command of the Galactica, two years before the fall of the Colonies.


Characters appearing or mentioned in this story




Byron Dane


Dipper (mistakenly referred to as Ripper)


Admiral Rohner

Admiral Landis

Number Three (D'anna Biers)

Dr. Isaac Jonas

Petty Officer Dualla

Commander Adama

Dr. Cottle

Colonel Tigh

Number One

Number Two

Number Five

Number Six

Number Three



Didja Notice?


Notice that the face-covering helmets worn by the humanoid Cylons have a centurion-like look to them.

Cylon helmet


On page 7, we see two previously unheard of battlestars, Eos and Universa. The lower ship is seen to be the Eos.

Battlestars Eos and Universa


On page 8, panel 1, Admiral Landis' dialog is mistakenly given to Admiral Rohner.


Also on page 8, D'anna tells her Cylon colleagues that Admiral Rohner has been taken into military custody and she has been left in charge of the henhouse. This is a play on the old idiom of "the fox guarding the henhouse", meaning the fox will be able to eat its fill in such a situation.


Dualla is again referred to as "lieutenant" instead of "petty officer" as in "Loose Cannon".


The humanoid Cylons take the captured Dane and Boomer to a space station in orbit near Tauron's outermost moon. The station is later said by Boomer to probably be an abandoned waystation left over from the war.



The Cylons who visit Dr. Jonas on page 13 are Numbers One, Two, Five, and Six.

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