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Battlestar Galactica: Infamous Battlestar Galactica
Battlestar Galactica (Classic) Vol. 3, #4
Dynamite Entertainment
Written by Cullen Bunn
Pencils by Alex Sanchez
Colors by Salvatore Aiala
Letters by Sal Cipriano
Cover A by Alex Sanchez and Daniela Miwa
Published: 2016

Mortal enemies Colonials and Cylons must fight side-by-side against a grave threat just to stay alive.


Read the summary of this issue at the Battlestar Wiki


Didja Know?


Battlestar Galactica (Classic) Volume 3 was a 5-issue mini-series published by Dynamite Entertainment in 2016.


Characters appearing or mentioned in this issue


Colonel Tigh
Commander Adama
Dr. Salik
Count Iblis


Didja Notice? 


Count Iblis uses his power against Apollo and finds it has no effect. Apollo thinks this is because Iblis already killed him once before, so now Iblis has no power over him. In "War of the Gods" Part 2, Apollo was killed by a power blast from Iblis' hand but was later restored to life by the Beings of Light.


On page 14, Dr. Salik erroneously refers to Commander Adama as "Admiral".


When Lucifer hears of the kind of power Iblis has been able to wield, he asks, "What kind of being could have such power?" and Adama responds, "You were named after him." Both "Iblis" (Arabic) and "Lucifer" (Biblical) are names for the devil.

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