BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Comic Books

Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero (Issue 2)

Date: August 2007
Writer: Brandon Jerwa
Pencils: Jackson Herbert
Colors: Adriano Lucas of Impacto Studios
Letters: Simon Bowland
Cover A: Stjepan Sejic
Cover B: Adriano Batista
Cover C: Stephen Segovia
Source: Dynamite Entertainment

 

 

 


Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero (Issue 5)

Date: November 2007
Writer: Brandon Jerwa
Pencils: Jackson Herbert
Colors: Adriano Lucas of Impacto Studios
Letters: Simon Bowland
Cover A: Stjepan Sejic
Cover B: Adriano Batista
Cover C: Jackson Herbert
Source: Dynamite Entertainment

 

 

BSG: TV Guide – Sci-Fi Preview

SCI-FI PREVIEW
By: Michael Logan
Date: January 21, 2008
Source: TV Guide

 

 

 

 

 

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (Returns Friday, 4/4 10/9c, Sci Fi Channel)

Last March’s season finale boosted one of the great shockers in TV history: Four humans — Col. Saul Tigh (Michael Hogan), Sam Anders (Michael Trucco), “Chief” Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) and President Roslin’s assistant Tory Foster (Rekha Sharma) — suddenly found that they’re actually robotic Cylons. When the final season begins, they’ll still be in the closet and grappling with their new identities in very different ways, ranging from righteous denial (Tigh) to outright liberation (that would be Tory). A break within the Cylon collective will put Natalie — yet another version of Number Six (Tricia Helfer) — in charge of a rebel faction. Back from the dead, Starbuck (Katee Sackhoff) learns of the prediction (revealed in last fall’s BSG TV-movie Razor) that she is the herald of the apocalypse and that the humans must not follow her to Earth.

But who is the fifth and final Cylon? “It’s going to surprise a lot of people,” promises Mark Stern, Sci Fi’s executive VP of original programming. “The reveal will have great emotional resonance and will make many things that happened in the first three seasons click into place and make sense.”

BSG nuts take hope: The dearth of new material brought on by the writers’ strike has revived interest in Caprica, a fully scripted pilot for a BSG prequel that’s been sitting around Sci Fi for over a year. Reports Stern: “I just got a call from [parent company] NBC-Universal. They want us to take another look at the project.”

 

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BSG: Zap2it – Hanging With the Cool Kids on ‘Galactica’

Hanging With the Cool Kids on ‘Galactica’
By: Kate O’Hare
Date: July 8, 2007
Source: Zap2it

 

Note: This is a snippet of an interview with XXX where he mentions AARON DOUGLAS / CHIEF TYROL. To read the full interview, click HERE.

 

“We’re the coolest, no question about it,” says Penikett.

He recounts how “Eureka” actor Ed Quinn tracked the “Battlestar” cast down when he first arrived in Vancouver. “We didn’t know who he was,” Penikett says. “He was, ‘Welcome to town. Would you like to come over and watch the fights?’ The guy couldn’t shut up about the show. It was awesome.”

Apparently, the relationship has continued.

“I’ve been a fan since the beginning,” says Quinn, speaking in early May. “That show, the writing, it’s just opera. It’s so incredibly good. Aaron Douglas is a friend of mine, and I have been texting him, ‘You are a bleeping, bleeping Cylon, you bleeping traitor.’ He is so angry with me. He’s probably going to punch me.”

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – SciFi’s Digital Press Tour (June 26th, 2007)

BSG: Entertainment Weekly – What to Watch

What to Watch
By: Henry Goldblatt
Date: February 23, 2007
Source: Entertainment Weekly

 

 

 

 

BSG: Lisa Spodak’s Avon Walk – Project Teddy Bear – BSG

Still here! :)
By: Lisa Spodak
Date: February 14, 2007
Source: Lisa Spodak’s Avon Walk

 

Another rock star in Project Teddy Bear history… Battlestar Galatica’s Aaron Douglas… who helped get most of the cast to participate! This year, my friend Eileen (who I met through the New York Browncoats) is walking and I’ve sucked her into the PTB effort. She helped me get some bears signed at the Stargate Con last November and she knows a woman who knows Aaron Douglas and, voila! I sent out a package and just a few weeks later, I had the signatures and pictures in my hot little hands. OH! They all signed a pink boxing glove, too!!

 

BSG: The Wall Street Journal – Pursuits

The Wall Street Journal
Pursuits
By: Nate Herpich
Date: January 20th – 21st, 2007
Page: P2

 

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BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Magazine Photo Shoots

MAXIM

FASHION Fall Special: Mission Accomplished
Photography By: NIK (Naoto Ikeda)
Styling By: Stan Williams and Bonnie Friedman
Date: September 2006
Source: Maxim

 

 

 

 

 

Magazine Scans


 

Images from Maxim Website


 

Images from Naoto Ikeda’s Website


BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Anthrax (set visit) August 2nd, 2006

Members of the band ANTHRAX visited the set of Battlestar Galactica

Source: Talking Metal Podcast – Anthrax Members Visit Set of BSG

 


Source: The Official ANTHRAX Website

 

Below are some more photos from the day. Aaron isn’t in any of these photos.

 

ANTHRAX VISITS THE GALACTICA

Here’s some pics of our set visit to the set of Battlestar Galactica at Vancouver Film Studios in Caprica City Vancouver, British Columbia on August 2, 2006. Since Anthrax’s only hobbies/interests outside of metal are eating, drinking, boobs, more metal and watching TV, getting the chance to visit the greatest show on TV was, how should I put this… was #@($&#*@$#*& UNREAL!!!

The gallery is mostly cornball photos of Frankie, Scott, Mike Monterulo (our agent) and the always heinous Brent Thompson (me, duh). We all the best time and everyone was AMAZINGLY nice to us. We were just kids in a candy store all day. The joke is they must have thought we were Metallica or something.

Best moment you ask? We were at the catering truck and Edward James Olmos (Admiral Adama) turns around and says “HEY, IT’S THE BAND!”, so cool!!! Then he commanded us to “EAT” and we all scurried around like roaches in sunlight. When he gives an order, you better do it.

Huge thanks to Mark Strigl of TALKING METAL (iTunes #1 rated heavy metal music podcast) for hooking us up and Lana “Cy-Lana” Kim of SciFi for allowing a bunch of foul-mouthed, just got in from the strip clubs ballet at 4AM, tattooed bunch of metalheads on the lot. Hugs and kisses to Sian McArthur for being the hostess with the mostest. To all the set guys that moved the latters and lights and all that stuff for us – you can be in our road crew any day! Humongous thanks to Carole Segal for the amazing photos. Oh, and thank you Ronald D. Moore for creating the best TV show in the history of medium. Why is television a medium? Because anything well done is rare. All puns intended and Battlestar is the filet mignon of TV shows.

Also horns go out to the Aaron (Chief Tyrol) Douglas for showing us around his ship, Katee (Starbuck) Sackhoff for signing my Dirk Benedict action figure and starring in my dreams nightly, James (Gaius Baltar) Callis for being more evil than George Bush, Michael (Col. Tigh) Hogan for not throwing us in the brig, Tricia (No. 6) Helfer for allowing us to stare breathlessly at her followed by more staring, Tahmoh (Helo) Penikett for not reporting us when Scott dropped his ice cream on the Basestar set, Kandyse (Dualla) McClure for having the world’s monst beautiful eyeballs, Michael (Anders) Trucco for letting me call him “Cousin Oliver” all day, Dean (Brother Cavil) Stockwell for acknowledging our presence, Lucy (D’Anna Biers) Lawless for not going Zena on my ass and last but not least Grace (Boomer) Park for wearing the latest in Cylon chic – the new ANTHRAX girlie shirt (available here).

We’ve got even more photos but we were on the Basestar and the evil corporate Cylons NBC/Universal won’t let us post them yet. Maybe in January. We’ve got some killer video too we may air someday too. Anthrax – more metal than a chrome toaster!

So Slam We All –
el Brenté

Source: The Official ANTHRAX Website

BSG: The 2nd Annual Golden Toaster Awards (2006)

The 2nd Annual GOLDEN TOASTER AWARDS
The 2nd Annual Golden Toaster Awards were held on June 30th, 2006.
Below are the two categories that were won by Aaron Douglas / Chief Tyrol.

 

CATEGORY: Best Supporting Actor

NOMINEES:
1. Aaron Douglas as Galen “Chief” Tyrol
2. Richard Hatch as Tom Zarek
3. Michael Hogan as Saul Tigh
4. Tahmoh Penikett as Karl “Helo” Agathon
5. Donnelly Rhodes and Doc Cottle

 

WINNER: Aaron Douglas as Galen “Chief” Tyrol

 


CATEGORY: Most Shocking Moment

NOMINEES:
1. Adama and Cain’s simultaneous assassination plots against each other (Res Ship pt. I)
2. Gina surprising Cain in her quarters and executing her (“Res Ship pt. II”)
3. Lt. Thorne’s attempt to rape Sharon (“Pegasus”)
4. Revelation of a “One Year Later” time jump (“LDYB pt. II”)
5. Tyrol beating the frak out of Cally when he wakes up from his nightmare (“LDYB pt. I”)

 

WINNER: Tyrol beating the frak out of Cally when he wakes up from his nightmare (“LDYB pt. I”)

 


BSG: The 1st Annual Golden Toaster Awards (2005)

The 1st Annual GOLDEN TOASTER AWARDS

The First Annual Golden Toaster Awards were held on October 14th, 2005.
Below is the category that was won by Aaron Douglas.

CATEGORY: Best Supporting Actor
WINNER: A tie: Aaron Douglas (Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol) and Michael Hogan (Colonel Saul Tigh)

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Chief Tyrol’s Dog Tags

Chief Tyrol’s Dog Tags (October 9th, 2005)


These photos of Chief Tyrol’s dog tags were taken at the Wolf Galactica One Convention in the UK (Aaron brought them with him to the convention).
NOTE: These dog tags were obviously created before it was revealed that Tyrol’s first name was Galen.


Chief Tyrol’s Dog Tags (October 30, 2007)

Photo Source: Aaron Douglas
*** PLEASE DO NOT POST THESE IMAGES ON ANY OTHER WEBSITE!!! ***

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Chief Tyrol (8′ X 10′ Photos)


BSG: Series Bible – Battlestar Galactica: The Series Bible

Battlestar Galactica – Series Bible
By: Ron D. Moore
Source: Battlestar Wiki and Series Bible (in PDF format)

 

I have no idea how I missed this. The BSG Series Bible was put online in March 2009. For those that don’t know what the BSG Series Bible is, I’ll let Battlestar Wiki explain …

A series bible is a guidebook written by the creator(s) of a TV show so that all writers will know the general outline of the show; it contains the backstories of the characters and outlines the in-series universe. Typically, it contains information that might not actually be revealed to the audience until later, but is known to the writers from the start, so they won’t make any conflicting new stories. Additionally, writers of some film series use a similar bible. The re-imagined Battlestar Galactica series bible was written by Ron D. Moore after the Miniseries during a hiatus and was completed on 17 December 2003.


 

CHARACTER BIOGRAPHIES – Chief Galen Tyrol

Galen Tyrol was born and raised on the colony of Gemenon. Tyrol’s father, Iophon was a priest and his mother, Daphne was an oracle. Gemenon itself was founded by the colonial equivalent of Puritans, and its society is a theocracy, ruled by religious leaders and steeped in the traditions of the scriptures. Tyrol grew up steeped in religious training and belief, but secretly prayed to the gods for a chance to leave Gemenon and travel among the stars. His parents would have none of it, however, and the boy seemed destined to take orders just as his father did. But the day before his acceptance into the priesthood, he walked into a recruiting officer and signed up for the Colonial Fleet. The impulsive decision would permanently rent the family, and Tyrol and his parents would not speak again for the next ten years.

In basic training Tyrol was immediately pegged as a natural leader, a man the other recruits looked to for direction when the drills became too much to handle. He was honor man of his graduating class, and made Able-Bodied Deck Hand, First Class almost immediately. Given his choice of specialties, Tyrol at first sought out Intelligence training believing it held the most exotic and far-ranging lifestyle, but six months into the program, he opted out, finding the long hours of academic study boring and stultifying

He’d spent years fixing machines, starting with his father’s ancient car, but Tyrol had no interest in pursuing life a mechanic. He wanted a life of excitement and danger, not one filled with tools and cranky engines.

Then, entirely by chance, he assigned to temporary duty aboard the battlestar Pegasus, which was short of hands and about to participate in a series of war games. Tyrol was put into the deck gang on the hangar bay -just another pair of hands for the Chief of the Deck, no pressure to achieve, no reason for him to stand out. But Tyrol did more than stand out, he became a star on the hangar deck.

He had an intuitive feel for working with and repairing spacecraft, somehow always knowing what was wrong with a recalcitrant engine before anyone else. The atmosphere aboard the Pegasus in general was hard-charging demanding and the atmosphere on the flight deck was even more high-pressure. As the ship entered the war games, Vipers were being launched and recovered faster than thought humanly possible and the deck gang went without sleep for almost three days straight. Tyrol not only survived, he thrived. Something about handling the big dangerous Vipers struck a chord with mm Here was an entirely secular enterprise, a world where a machine either worked or it didn’t. Tyrol fell in love with the pressure and the adrenaline of the flight line, and he decided then and there to work on the hangar deck.

Following formal training at the Fleet Aviation Repair and Maintenance Center he was assigned to the newly commissioned battlestar Columbia as one of her first deck chiefs. The Columbia was a cranky, difficult vessel, fresh from the shipyard, and her complement of Vipers were the experimental new Mark VII’s. Tyrol spent five years ironing out the problems and breaking in the new flight deck. He ran a tight crew, brooked no inattention or sloppiness among his people when it came to the job, but had little use for formality or strict protocol. He was a popular chief, liked and trusted by officer and deck hand alike.

Then came disaster. A Viper pilot and was killed when his engine prematurely ignited still in the launch tube. An investigation showed a valve had been improperly seated in the casing and Tyrol’s deck gang was responsible. No one ever determined who had mishandled the valve or how it had escaped detection, but it was Tyrol’s job to sign off on all work done on his Vipers and it was the tradition of the service that he take full responsibility. His sterling record was taken into account and he was not discharged, but he was reduced two steps in ranks and reassigned to the Galactica, the oldest ship in the Fleet, a far cry from the sparkling new Columbia and essentially a dead end for his career.

Tyrol started over on the Galactica – just an anonymous deck hand, trying to keep his head down, and forget about what had happened. But he didn’t stay anonymous for long.

Adama liked to walk the flight line every day, checking out his birds as part of his morning routine, and he soon spotted Tyrol and his affinity for the fighters and the deck gang It wasn’t long before Adama restored his rank and made him Chief of the Deck.

Tyrol thrived aboard Galactica, appreciated Adama’s old school style of command and even began to fall in love with the old ship herself. Galactica was about three decades obsolete, and constantly in need of repair, but Tyrol didn’t care. If anything Galactica needed him in a way that the Columbia never would. Tyrol had found his home and his place.

Then came Sharon Valerii. She was the youngest of the young pilots, and greener than grass. She and Tyrol started sniping at one another almost immediately. The friction became something more and even though each of them knew they were risking their careers, they soon found themselves engaged in one of the most hazardous activities of all — a shipboard affair. Two people could hardly be more different, but neither of them could stay away from the other. Tyrol calmed Sharon and Sharon sparked Tyrol. As Galactica began her final voyage, Sharon, along with most of Galactica’s squadron, was reassigned to the battlestar Pegasus. Tyrol quietly put in a request for transfer to the Pegasus as well, and with Adama’s letter of recommendation now in his service record, Tyrol was accepted aboard the Pegasus and he was looking forward to life back on the front lines when the Cylons attacked.

Tyrol is old school, a believer in the customs and traditions of the service. No longer a devout man, he still retains the core faith of someone raised in a religious home. He can be intolerant and bullheaded when it comes to the job, but he is also carries around the pressure of being responsible for every man and woman on his crew.

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CHARACTER BIOGRAPHIES – Lieutenant Sharon Valerii

Her relationship with her Flight Officer – Helo – was a close one, and the older man watched out for her as she struggled to make her deck qualifications. They almost pursued a romantic relationship as well, but then Sharon hooked up with Chief Tyrol. Helo was aware of the affair and the impropriety of it, but he guarded her privacy jealously and let it be known that he would exact a price from any pilot who caused trouble for her.

Sharon is unaware of her true nature, unaware that far from being the daughter of a mining family, that she is in reality a Cylon sleeper agent, implanted into Colonial society. She slipped onto to the commercial transport just before it left Troy, fully aware of her mission and her nature. But when she awoke from her “nap” her cover program took hold from that point forward, she believed herself to a normal human being with a tragic past.

Sensitive and shy, she puts on a tough-chick front for the benefit of those around her. In Tyrol , she had found a man who is, quite literally, her first true love.

* The above is a snippet from the ‘Lieutenant Sharon Valerii’ section where Chief Tyrol is mentioned.


 

CHARACTER ARCS – Chief Tyrol & Baltar

Tyrol will start to become suspicious of Baltar and his motivations. Eventually Tyrol will become Baltar’s implacable foe, convinced that the scientist is in league with the Cylons and plotting his own takeover of the fleet. However, Tyrol will be hampered by the his own relative low-rank and his inability to get the goods on the man that is increasingly seen as one of the heroes of the rag-tag fleet.


 

CHARACTER ARCS – Sharon Valerii

She will begin to experience odd lapses in memory. Strange moments of missing time during which she seemed to go places and do things she cannot recall later.

Bit by bit Sharon will discover clues pointing to her true nature, but instead of pursuing them, she will fight against them on an intuitive level and instead will attempt to form a family with Chief Tyrol and Boxey, seeking out the one thing she can never be – a maternal role in a human family.


 

CHARACTER ARCS – Sharon & Tyrol

Their professional lives will be thrown into chaos as Tigh cracks down on their personal relationship, deeming it destructive to discipline and unit cohesion. At first, they will obey orders and stay away from each other, but their feelings for one another will slowly but surely bring them back together in greater secrecy. As Sharon begins to realize that there’s something not right with her, Tyrol will become even more protective of her and he’ll be determined to get to the bottom of what’s happening to Sharon without ever considering that he may not like the truth once he finds it.


 

THE BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Enlisted and Officers

There is a clear distinction between enlisted personnel and their officers. Officers are expected to be leaders, capable of taking charge of any situation, and to always take care of the men and women under their command. Enlisted are the backbone of the service and perform all the hard work from wrestling armaments aboard Vipers to cleaning the compartments to filing paperwork. It is strictly against regulations for enlisted and officers to become romantically involved, especially within the chain of command. This is to ensure that enlisted feel treated fairly by their officers, not being favored or passed over because of some other relationship. Therefore, the relationship between Tyrol and Sharon is way out of bounds and will be a recurrent problem for them both.

While flying is clearly the primary role of any pilot or flight officer, they are also officers and as such they are expected to shoulder additional responsibilities when not actually flying Every junior officer aboard Galactica commands a division within the ship.

A division is a group of enlisted personnel commanded by a noncommissioned or petty officer (typically a Chief), who then reports to the division officer. As a practical matter, pilots and flight offices do not have the time or energy to oversee a division in comparison to regular officers, so for all intents and purposes the Chief runs the division – but it is important to keep in mind that the division officer is ultimately responsible for anything and everything that happens in their division. For instance, if there’s a maintenance issue in Boomer’s division, if one of the Vipers is chronically short of spare parts or unable to fly, the CAG will be on Boomer’s case about it, not Chief Tyrol.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Miscellaneous Photos

NickiClyne.com


Photo 1 and 2: May 2004 (1×02: Water)
Photo 3: May 2005 (2×03: Fragged)
Photo 4: May 2006 (3×03: Exodus – Part 1)
Photo 5: 3×09: Unfinished Business
Photo 6: July 2006 (3×11: The Eye of Jupiter)
Photo 7 and 8: October 2006 (3×15: A Day in the Life)
Photo 9: 3×16: Dirty Hands
Photo 10:
Photo 11 and 12: 4×19-21: Daybreak (Screen cap of a photo by: Dennys Ilic Photography)

Source: Nicki Clyne’s Official Website


MichaelTrucco.com

Michael Trucco has posted some behind-the-scenes BSG photos on his official website. Below are the photos with Aaron in them …..

Source: Michael Trucco’s Official Website


The above photos have been posted in various places on the internet. If anyone knows
who took these photos, please let me know so that I can give them credit. Thank you.


2×04: Resistance (May 10, 2005)

Makeup Design instructor Patricia Murray gores up actress Grace Park, aka Lt. Sharon ‘Boomer’ Valerii
Photo Source: Inside Vancouver Film School – VFS Helps Make Up the Human Race


3×11: The Eye of Jupiter

The above photo of “Tyrol & Cally” was available for purchase at the Wolf Events: Galactica Two Convention (August 4th – 6th, 2006)


3×16: Dirty Hands

Samuel Patrick Chu with Aaron Douglas between takes on Battlestar Galactica. Samuel played “Milo” in episode 3×16: Dirty Hands
Photos Source: Tarlington Training


Battlestar Galactica Set Visit (November 2005)

Photo Source: Amy Sisson (Battlestar Galactica photos). Photos taken by: Alistair Abell
NOTE: The above photos are reprinted here with written permission from Amy Sisson.
Please do not repost these images without permission. Thank you.


Aaron and Nicki Clyne (December 2005)

Photos Source: Trisha Brunner


So Say We All: Battlestar Fanatica “Thank You” Scrapbook (May 20th, 2008)

Photos Source: Mexichick

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Episodic Photos

The Miniseries

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS


1×01: 33

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS (1)
Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive (2-4)


1×02: Water

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS (1-2)
Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive (3-10)


1×05: You Can’t Go Home Again

Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive


1×10: The Hand Of God

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS (1 & 3)
Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive (2, 4-8)


1×12: Kobol’s Last Gleaming (Part 1)

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS (1)
Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive (2-4)


1×13: Kobol’s Last Gleaming (Part 2)

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS (1-4)
Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive (5)


2×02: Valley Of Darkness

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS


2×03: Fragged

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries


2×04: Resistance

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS (1-6)
Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography (7)


2×05: The Farm

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS


2×07: Home (Part 2)

Photo Source: DARK THOUGHTS


2×09: Flight Of The Phoenix

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (1-2, 4-7)
Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography (3)


2×11: Resurrection Ship (Part 1)

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries


2×19: Lay Down Your Burdens (Part 1)

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries


2×20: Lay Down Your Burdens (Part 2)

Photo Source: SCIFI.COM


3×03: Exodus (Part 1)

Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography


3×05: Collaborators

Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography (1)
Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (2)
Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (3)
Photo Source: Aaron Douglas (4-5)


3×11: The Eye of Jupiter

Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (1-4)
Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography (5-6)


3×12: Rapture

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (1)
Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (2)


3×13: Taking a Break from All Your Worries

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries


3×15: A Day in the Life

Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (1)
Photo Source: Aaron Douglas (2)
Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography (3 & 6)
Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (4-5)


3×16: Dirty Hands

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (1-4, 11)
Photo Source: Aaron Douglas (5-10, 12-13)
Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography (14)


3×17: Maelstrom

Photo Source: Aaron Douglas


3×18: The Son Also Rises

Photo Source: Carole Segal Photography


4×01: He That Believeth In Me

Photo Source: NBC Universal (1-3, 5-8, 11, 13-19)
Photo Source: Katee Sackhoff Online (4 & 12)
Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (9)
Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (10)

 

Photo Source: Sky One
This is a duplicate image


4×02: Six Of One

Photo Source: Katee Sackhoff Online (1)
Photo Source: NBC Universal (2)


4×03: The Ties That Bind

Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (1 & 9)
Photo Source: NBC Universal (2, 4-8, 11)
Photo Source: Katee Sackhoff Online (3, 10, 12)
Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (13)


4×04: Escape Velocity

Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (1)
Photo Source: Katee Sackhoff Online (2, 4, 6-7)
Photo Source: Universal Playback (3)
Photo Source: Drewcypher’s BSG Galleries (5)


4×07: Guess What’s Coming to Dinner?

Photo Source: NBC Universal


4×10: Revelations

Photo Source: NBC Universal (1-26)

 

Photo Source: Universal Playback (1-3)
These are duplicates images


4×11: Sometimes a Great Notion

Photo Source: NBC Universal (1-14)

 

Photo Source: SCIFI.COM (1)
Photo Source: Dryope (2-3)
Photo Source: Sky One (4-5)
These are duplicates images


4×12: A Disquiet Follows my Soul

Photo Source: Dryope (1)
Photo Source: NBC Universal (2-5)


4×13: The Oath

Photo Source: Dryope (1)


4×15: No Exit

Photo Source: Dryope (1 & 5)
Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive (2, 3 & 4)


4×16: Deadlock

Photo Source: NBCU Photo Bank Archive (1 & 6)
Photo Source: NBC Universal (2-5, 7-8)
Photo Source: Dryope (9)


4×17: Someone to Watch Over Me

Photo Source: NBC Universal (1-17, 19-24, 26-30)
Photo Source: Dryope (18 & 25 )


4×20: Daybreak (Part 2)

Photo Source: Dryope (1)


The Plan

Photo Source: NBC Universal (1-4)

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Merchandise

Battlestar Galactica: Minimates

Photo Source: Diamond Select Toys & Collectibles


Battlestar Galactica: Minimates – Wave 3
Deck Chief Galen Tyrol and Chief Galen Tyrol (Variant)

Photo Source: BigBadToyStore

 

Photo Source: jasontd (Flickr)

 

Photo Source: meshel73

 

Photo Source: IGN.com (New York Toy Fair – Feb 2007)

 


Photo Source: Action-Figure.com (New York Toy Fair – Feb 2007)

 


Battlestar Galactica: Minimates – Series 2
Chief Tyrol and Mortar Pack Cylon

Photo Source: Art Asylum

 


Photo Source: meshel73


Diamond Select Toys Exclusive – Chief Tyrol Action Figure

Photo Source: Diamond Select Toys & Collectibles

 

Photo Source: Action-Figure.com (photos 1 – 6) (New York Toy Fair – Feb 2007)
Photo Source: Action-Figure.com (photo 7)

 

Photo Source: IGN.com (New York Toy Fair – Feb 2007)

 

Photo Source: Wizard Entertainment (New York Toy Fair – Feb 2007)

 

Photo Source: drustar (Flickr)

 

Photo Source: Figures.com (San Diego Comic-Con – July 2007)

 


Photo Source: Captain Toy (Michael Crawford’s Review of the Week)

 

Photo Source: meshel73


Battlestar Galactica: Colonial Dog Tags

 

Battlestar Galactica Character Dog Tags
Own the tags of the best and the bravest

QMx is proud to announce the Battlestar Galactica Character Dog Tags set. Own the tags of the ragtag fleet’s best and bravest warriors:

– Admiral William Adama (Husker)
– Colonel Saul Tigh (XO)
– Commander Lee Adama (Apollo)
– Captain Kara Thrace (Starbuck)
– Lieutenant Sharon Agathon (Athena)
– Lieutenant Karl Agathon (Helo)
– Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol

Each character dog tag has been recreated in metal, plated in bronze and weathered to exactly match the tags as seen on the series. All dimensions are taken directly from screen-used dog tags. All serial numbers are screen-accurate, as well.

Each set of dog tags is packed securely in a Battlestar Galactica-themed blister pack and features a matching neck chain and collectable character biography card with a description of that character’s story so far (as of the end of Season 3)

 

Photo Source: Quantum Mechanix

 

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Battlestar Galactica: Season 4.0 DVD Cover and Disc

 

Photo Source: meshel73


Chief Tyrol Limited Edition Collectable Poker Chip

 

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BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Trading Cards

Battlestar Galactica: Miniseries (Base Cards)


Fate Unknown
#39 (Front) [1]


We Are at War
#24 (Back) [2] [3]


Tough Decision
#34 (Back) [2] [3]


Classic Viper, Restored
#07 (Back) [3]


Apollo's Arrival
#13 (Back) [3]


Fate Unknown
#39 (Back) [3]


Lone Gunman
#42 (Back) [3]


Reunions
#51 (Back) [3]


Life Goes On
#68 (Back) [3]

[1] Picture of Tyrol on the front of trading card
[2] Picture of Tyrol on the back of trading card
[3] Tyrol’s name is on the back of trading card

 

Battlestar Galactica: Miniseries (Roll Call: R9 – Aaron Douglas as Chief Petty Office Tyrol)


Front


Back

 

Battlestar Galactica: Miniseries (The Quotable Battlestar Galactica: Q5 – Chief Tyrol)


Front


Back

 

Battlestar Galactica: Miniseries (Autograph Card: Aaron Douglas as Chief Petty Officer Tyrol)


Front


Back

 


Battlestar Galactica: Season One (Base Cards)


Title Card/Checklist
#03 (Front) [1]


Water
#12 (Front) [1]


Litmus
#34 (Front) [1]


Litmus
#39 (Front) [1]


Kobol's Last Gleaming (II)
#76 (Front) [1]


Litmus
#36 (Back) [2] [3]


Kobol's Last Gleaming (I)
#75 (Back) [2]


33
#05 (Back) [3]


Water
#12 (Back) [3]


Water
#15 (Back) [3]


Bastille Day
#18 (Back) [3]


Litmus
#34 (Back) [3]


Litmus
#35 (Back) [3]


Litmus
#37 (Back) [3]


Litmus
#38 (Back) [3]


Litmus
#39 (Back) [3]


Six Degrees of Separation
#43 (Back) [3]


Flesh and Bone
#46 (Back) [3]


Kobol's Last Gleaming (I)
#73 (Back) [3]


Kobol's Last Gleaming (II)
#78 (Back) [3]

[1] Picture of Tyrol on the front of trading card
[2] Picture of Tyrol on the back of trading card
[3] Tyrol’s name is on the back of trading card

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season One (Crossroads: CR2 – Love over Duty)


Front


Back

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season One (Costume Card: CC11 – Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol)

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season One (Trading Card Flyer)


Front


Back

 


Battlestar Galactica: Season Two (Base Cards)


Resistance
#14 (Front) [1]


Flight of the Phoenix
#28 (Front) [1]


Lay Down Your Burdens (II)
#61 (Front) [1]


Title Card
#01 (Back) [2]


Fragged
#12 (Back) [2] [3]


Resistance
#13 (Back) [2] [3]


Flight of the Phoenix
#28 (Back) [2] [3]


New Caprica
#69 (Back) [2] [3]


Scattered
#06 (Back) [3]


Valley of Darkness
#09 (Back) [3]


Flight of the Phoenix
#29 (Back) [3]


Flight of the Phoenix
#30 (Back) [3]


Pegasus
#33 (Back) [3]


Resurrection Ship (II)
#38 (Back) [3]


Downloaded
#55 (Back) [3]


Lay Down Your Burdens (I)
#60 (Back) [3]


Lay Down Your Burdens (II)
#61 (Back) [3]


New Caprica
#69 (Back) [3]

[1] Picture of Tyrol on the front of trading card
[2] Picture of Tyrol on the back of trading card
[3] Tyrol’s name is on the back of trading card

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season Two (Alliances: A6 – Galen Tyrol and Gaius Baltar)


Front


Back

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season Two (Alliances: A9 – Galen Tyrol and Karl Agathon)


Front


Back

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season Two (Crew Cards: T9 – Aaron Douglas as CPO Galen Tyrol)


Front


Back

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season Two (Costume Card: CC22 – Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol)

 

Battlestar Galactica: Season Two (Trading Card Flyer)


Front


Back

 


Battlestar Galactica: Season Three (Base Cards)


Collaborators
#18 (Front) [1]


Taking a Break From All Your Worries
#41 (Front) [1]


A Day In The Life
#46 (Front) [1]


Dirty Hands
#51 (Front) [1]


Crossroads (II)
#61 (Front) [1]


The Eye of Jupiter
#34 (Back) [2] [3]


Dirty Hands
#51 (Back) [2] [3]


A Day In The Life
#48 (Back) [2] [3]


The Son Also Rises
#56 (Back) [2] [3]


Occupation
#5 (Back) [3]


Precipice
#7 (Back) [3]


Exodus (I)
#10 (Back) [3]


Exodus (II)
#13 (Back) [3]


Collaborators
#16 (Back) [3]


Collaborators
#18 (Back) [3]


Unfinished Business
#30 (Back) [3]


Rapture
#37 (Back) [3]


Rapture
#39 (Back) [3]


Taking a Break From All Your Worries
#41 (Back) [3]


A Day In The Life
#46 (Back) [3]


Dirty Hands
#49 (Back) [3]


Dirty Hands
#50 (Back) [3]


Crossroads (II)
#61 (Back) [3]


Crossroads (II)
#63 (Back) [3]

[1] Picture of Tyrol on the front of trading card
[2] Picture of Tyrol on the back of trading card
[3] Tyrol’s name is on the back of trading card

 


Battlestar Galactica: Collectable Card Game


Event - Crackdown
BSG-017/175-Common
Battlestar Galactica


Mission - Article 23
BSG-059/175-Common
Battlestar Galactica


Mission - Overtime
BSG-084/175-Rare
Battlestar Galactica


Personnel - Galen Tyrol
BSG-120/175-Rare
Battlestar Galactica


Personnel - Galen Tyrol
BSG-121/175-Common
Battlestar Galactica


Mission - Deck Crew
BTR-058/165-Common
Betrayal


Mission - Last Word
BTR-066/165-Common
Betrayal


Personnel - Galen Tyrol
BTR-109/165-Common
Betrayal

 


Battlestar Galactica: QMX Colonial Dog Tags (Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol)

 


Sean Patrick Pence

Source: Sean Patrick Pence (Official Website)

 


Chris Henderson – Hand Drawn Sketch Card

This is a rendered Sketch Card of Aaron Douglas as Chief Galen Tyrol from Battlestar Galactica. This card is a one of a kind item and will not be reproduced. This sketch card is rendered in Copic Marker, graphite pencil, and black Prismacolor Pencil on a 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inch trading card size piece of 2 ply Smooth Bristol Board with a preprinted back by Illustrator Chris Henderson. This is a piece of original art and not a print. This card is not part of an officially released set.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA – Magazine Scans

MAGAZINE COVERS


(1) Starburst (#320) February 2005
(2) SFX (#140) February 2006
(3) CFQ (Volume 38, Number 2) March / April 2006
(4) Starburst (Special #74) March 2006
(5) Battlestar Galactica: The Official Magazine (#4) April / May 2006 (PX VARIANT Cover)


TV Zone (#182) November 2004


SFX (#136) November 2005


Starlog (#340) November 2005


Battlestar Galactica: The Official Magazine (#2) December 2005 / January 2006


Dreamwatch (#136) December 2005


SFX (#138) December 2005


TV Zone (#196) December 2005



Starburst (Special #74) March 2006



Battlestar Galactica: The Official Magazine (#4) April / May 2006



Starburst (Special #77) October 2006


 


 


Cult Times (Special #41) October 2006



MISCELLANEOUS

 

Starburst (#315) October 2004

 

TV Zone (#190) July 2005

 

Battlestar Galactica: The Official Magazine (#1) October / November 2005

(1) Set Tour
(2-3) Naval Gazing

 

Battlestar Galactica: The Official Magazine (#2) December 2005 / January 2006


(1) Who’s A Cylon?
(2) Top Ten Action Moments!
(3-4) Fleet Intelligence Report

 

Sci-Fi Magazine (Volume 12 – Number 1) February 2006

 

Sci-Fi Magazine (Volume 12 – Number 5) October 2006

BSG: BigFanBoy.com – Ioan Gruffudd Interview

Mark Walters interviews Ioan Gruffudd for AMAZING GRACE
By: Mark Walters
Date: February 22, 2007
Source: BigFanBoy.com

 

Note: This is a snippet of an interview with IOAN GRUFFUDD where he mentions AARON DOUGLAS. To read the full interview, click HERE.

 

I believe you and I have a mutual friend… Aaron Douglas up in Canada.

No way! Oh, he’s a top man, I like him a lot. Yeah, I saw him quite a bit when we were shooting FANTASTIC FOUR, and he was on BATTLESTAR, and I became a huge fan of that. He gave me the DVDs of the first two seasons. I would watch them in my trailer, and I was blown away by them.