Sheba (alternate)

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Sheba
Sheba
Sheba as depicted by Johnny Desjardins in Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #1.

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Introduced Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #1
Death Shot by Kali (Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #6).
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Sheba is a Cylon
Sheba is a Final Five Cylon
Sheba is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Sheba is an Original Series Cylon
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Sheba in the separate continuity
Sheba in the primary continuity
Sheba
Artist Edu Menna's take on Sheba in Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #5.

Lieutenant Sheba is a Colonial Warrior formerly of battlestar Pegasus, serving aboard Galactica following the Battle of Gamoray.

Dynamite Entertainment comics

Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica

Before the Battle of Molecay that prevents Pegasus from returning to the Colonies, Sheba considers serving in the Colonial Fleet for only five to six yahrens, then trying her hand in other career endeavors, including planetary research.

With this denied to her, she becomes a bridge officer on Galactica[1], and is versed in the sciences, including the creation of wormholes (Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #2).

During Saul Tigh's visit to Galactica, she witnesses the discovery of Pegasus' return, and is overjoyed to find her father, Commander Cain, alive and well (Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #3).

Upon her return to Pegasus, Sheba finds a great many things have changed. Upon confronting her father on this and his willingness to readily trust an outsider—the member of the very race that created their sworn enemy—Cain jails his own daughter, informing the crew that she is a threat to the ship (Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #4).

Following Sheba's escape from the brig, she makes her way to Pegasus's bridge finding that the battlestar has opened fire on the two Galacticas. Kali's control over Cain is broken when she shoots Sheba, dying in Cain's arms. In retaliation, Cain breaks Kali's neck, and orders all hands abandon Pegasus. With great anger and shame over what he he allowed to happen, Cain destroys the basestar that Iblis commands by ramming Pegasus into it—joining Sheba in death (Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica #6).

Notes

Sheba's appearance changes mid-way through Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica series, as Edu Menna completed the back-half of the six issue series from Johnny Desjardins.

Battlestar Galactica: Folly of the Gods

Following the Battle at Galaxy's Edge, Sheba participates in the recon to an unidentified planet and discovers its damning truths and horrifying dangers. She participates in attacking the pilots of Meclon Raiders, lured to the surface by Boomer and Starbuck, and successfully destroys a third Meclon Raider with her laser pistol while it had been in flight (Classic Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 #1#3).

After returning to Galactica with their stolen Meclon Raiders, Sheba pilots a Viper against the Meclon forces. She continually finds herself boxed in by the overwhelming superiority of the Meclons, but survives the engagement due to the intervention of the Seraphs (Classic Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 #4 & #5).

References

  1. In the Battlestar Galactica vs. Battlestar Galactica series, she takes on roles that were typically tasked to either Omega or Athena.