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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr
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Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica Part 6 "Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica" Part 6
Battlestar Galactica: BSG vs. BSG #6
Dynamite Entertainment
Writer: Peter David
Artist: Edu Menna
Colorist: Mohan
Letterer: Taylor Exposito
Colors by Natalia Marques

Cover A by Adam "Mojo" Lebowitz
Published: 2018


The final trap is sprung.


Didja Know?


Battlestar Galactica: BSG vs. BSG was a 6-issue mini-series published by Dynamite Entertainment in 2018.


Characters appearing or mentioned in this issue


BSG70-Commander Cain
BSG2000-Admiral Adama
BSG70-Commander Adama
BSG2000-Colonel Tigh
BSG70-Count Iblis
BSG2000-Number One
BSG2000-Number Eight

BSG2000-Chief Tyrol
BSG70-Kali's mate (unnamed, mentioned only, deceased)
BSG2000-Cylon Adama
BSG2000-Dr. Cottle (mentioned only)
BSG2000-Head Six
BSG2000-President Roslin
BSG70-Iollas (mentioned only)


Didja Notice? 


The BSG70-Pegasus seen in this issue has the look of the BSG2000-Pegasus! The ship is destroyed in a deliberate collision with a BSG2000-basestar in this issue.


At the end of the story, apparently BSG70-Baltar is left behind on the BSG2000-Galactica! If this is the case, he must at some point return to the BSG70 universe because he is seen again in episodes set after "The Living Legend" Part 2 (immediately after which "Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica" Part 1 began).


Unanswered Questions


Will the story continue? On the last page of this issue, Count Iblis is seen still alive, floating in space after the destruction of the basestar he was on and he smiles and says, "Wonderful," as if everything went according to plan. The last page also presents "The End?" with a question mark.


Besides the obvious fact that both actors were portrayed by the same actor, what in-universe reason is there that BSG70-Apollo and BSG2000-Zarek look exactly alike except for age?

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