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Tag Archive: Igor Vitorino


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Number Six, the humanoid Cylon played by Tricia Helfer in the Battlestar Galactica reboot, in her now iconic red dress is probably the most memorable of the characters in the Syfy Channel series, and certainly the most unusual.  Her manipulation of Gaius Baltar set the course of events for the entire world where humans set out on a last-ditch quest to find the legendary planet Earth.

Now one of our favorite borgs, Six is getting her own monthly comic book series from Dynamite Comics.  Former Green Arrow scribe J.T. Krul will serve as series writer, with art by Igor Vitorino.  Battlestar Galactica: Six will take a look at the origins of this next generations of Cylons, and how a robotic being can become more human.

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After the break, check out this preview of Battlestar Galactica: Six, Issue #1, courtesy of Dynamite Comics:

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By C.J. Bunce

She seems pretty ordinary from afar.  Jennifer Fellows has a husband and a kid.  Driving around town like anyone, completing her shopping errands, she is planning and plotting her next activities.  But Jennifer Fellows, or Jennifer Blute, or whoever she really is, has a weapons cache hidden in her basement.   And she leaves at night while her family sleeps to check out her next target.

Jennifer is a former daughter of the mob or at least some sort of gangland enterprise.  Her father was murdered and her mother’s life was apparently ruined but that is all we learn from Jennifer as we get her backstory via her writings in a diary, left in case all this ever gets public, so her husband will understand why she had to do what she is planning to do.

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