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{{separate continuity|universe=TOS}}
 
{{separate continuity|universe=TOS}}
  
This article covers the various depictions of {{TOS|Tigh}} from the tie-in novelizations, comic books, and other media.
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This article covers the various depictions of {{TOS|Adama}} from the tie-in novelizations, comic books, and other media.
  
 
== Various Continuities ==
 
== Various Continuities ==
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There are at least three variations of this character within the [[Dynamite Entertainment]] comics sagas, including:
 
There are at least three variations of this character within the [[Dynamite Entertainment]] comics sagas, including:
  
* {{alt|Tigh|TOS-DE}}, the standard depiction;
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* {{alt|Adama|TOS-DE}}, the standard depiction;
* {{alt-r|Tigh}}, a {{alt-r|battlestar}} commander in an [[alternate reality]];
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* {{alt-r|Adama}}, the President of the {{alt-r|Quorum of Twelve}} in an [[alternate reality]];
* {{1880|Tigh}}, from the {{comics|1880}} series.
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* {{1880|Adama}}, from the {{comics|1880}} series.
  
 
=== Marvel Comics ===
 
=== Marvel Comics ===
  
'''Tigh''' is the colonel aboard ''{{alt|Galactica|TOS}}'' during the {{alt|Battle of Cimtar}}, and objects to President {{alt|Adar|TOS}}'s hesitancy in launching fighters when {{alt|Apollo|TOS}} and {{alt|Zac}} are under armed attack by then-unidentified forces ({{comics|marvel|1}}).
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[[File:Marvel - Adama.png|thumb|Commander Adama is informed that {{alt|Apollo|TOS}} and {{alt|Zac}}'s {{alt|Viper|TOS}}s were under attack by {{alt|Cylons|TOS|then-unknown forces}} ({{comics|marvel|1}}).]]
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'''Adama''' is ''{{alt|Galactica|TOS}}''{{'|s}} commander during the {{alt|Battle of Cimtar}}, and the {{alt|Caprica|TOS}}n representative to the {{alt|Quorum of Twelve|TOS}}. Upon his return from the last meeting of President {{alt|Adar|TOS}}'s Quorum, he learns of an engagement of his sons' craft by a then-unknown force and fails to successfully advocate for a defensive posture to Adar. Adama, buoyed by {{alt|Athena|TOS}}'s suggestion, engages ''Galactica'' in battlestations drills that allow the battlestar the dubious honor of being the only surviving battlestar from the {{alt|Battle of Cimtar||Cylons' sneak attack}}.
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Upon realizing that no {{alt|basestar|TOS}} support exists at {{alt|Cimtar}}, Adama orders a return to Caprica to defend the Colonies from attack, but is too late. His surviving son, {{alt|Apollo|TOS}}, ferries Adama to their family home on Caprica: it is a burnt-out carcass, and Adama believes his wife, {{alt|Ila}}, to be deceased.
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From the foothills of Caprica, the sorrowful Adama advocates for the survivors to {{alt|The Fleet|TOS|set sail in every assorted craft that can carry them}}, and gives them a destination for their exodus from the {{alt|Twelve Colonies of Man}}: the thirteenth colony, {{alt|Earth|TOS}} ({{comics|marvel|1}}).
  
 
{{Characters (Comics)|series=TOS}}
 
{{Characters (Comics)|series=TOS}}
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[[Category: Comics]]
 
[[Category: Comics]]
 
[[Category: Dynamite Comics]]
 
[[Category: Dynamite Comics]]
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[[Category: Marvel Comics]]
 
[[Category: Realm Press Comics]]
 
[[Category: Realm Press Comics]]
 
[[Category: TOS]]
 
[[Category: TOS]]

Revision as of 00:50, 9 July 2021

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This article covers the various depictions of Adama from the tie-in novelizations, comic books, and other media.

Various Continuities

Dynamite Entertainment comics

There are at least three variations of this character within the Dynamite Entertainment comics sagas, including:

Marvel Comics

Commander Adama is informed that Apollo and Zac's Vipers were under attack by then-unknown forces (Annihilation!).

Adama is Galactica's commander during the Battle of Cimtar, and the Caprican representative to the Quorum of Twelve. Upon his return from the last meeting of President Adar's Quorum, he learns of an engagement of his sons' craft by a then-unknown force and fails to successfully advocate for a defensive posture to Adar. Adama, buoyed by Athena's suggestion, engages Galactica in battlestations drills that allow the battlestar the dubious honor of being the only surviving battlestar from the Cylons' sneak attack.

Upon realizing that no basestar support exists at Cimtar, Adama orders a return to Caprica to defend the Colonies from attack, but is too late. His surviving son, Apollo, ferries Adama to their family home on Caprica: it is a burnt-out carcass, and Adama believes his wife, Ila, to be deceased.

From the foothills of Caprica, the sorrowful Adama advocates for the survivors to set sail in every assorted craft that can carry them, and gives them a destination for their exodus from the Twelve Colonies of Man: the thirteenth colony, Earth (Annihilation!).