War of Eden 4

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War of Eden #4
War of Eden #4
An issue of the Maximum Press series.
Issue No. 4
Writer(s) Rob Liefeld and Robert Napton
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Penciller(s) Hector Gomez
Inker(s) Hector Gomez
Colorist(s) Angel McLaughlin
Letterer(s) Kurt Hathaway
Editor(s) Matt Hawkins
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Cover Artist(s) Rob Liefeld and Jon Sibal
Adaptation of
Published 22 November 1995
Collected in
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Population 0 Survivors
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Plot Synopsis

Adam and Eve awaken and tell Adama and Apollo of how they came to Earth. Suddenly, Count Iblis, Baltar and three basestars arrived, powered by new technology that Iblis has given them. Iblis uses his powers to make Sheba enraged at Apollo. She confronts Apollo and winds up shooting him dead. Apollo wakes up on the Ship of Lights where he again meets John of the Seraphs. He tells John that what he saw inside the crashed ship was "the body of a demonic creature - one who had the torso of a man and the hooves of a beast." Apollo convinces John to bring him back to life. Iblis teleports Baltar to Earth. Baltar shoots and kills Adama, but is chased off by Adam. In space, the battle looks grim until suddenly the odds are made even by the unexpected arrival of Commander Cain and the Pegasus, who have been sent by the Seraphs. Due to a supercannon mounted on the front of the Pegasus as well as a superweapon built into the Ark on earth, the Cylons are routed, but Iblis and Baltar escape aboard their basestar.