Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero 6

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Season Zero 6
Season Zero 6
An issue of the Dynamite series.
Issue No. 6
Writer(s) Brandon Jerwa
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Penciller(s) Jackson Herbert
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Cover Artist(s) Stjepan Sejic, Adriano Batista, Jackson Herbert
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Published December 2007
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William Adama takes back his ship from Agent Levin, only to face a battle with his former friend and commander, Julian DiMarco, who is on a mad quest for vengeance against the Colonial government.


  • Flanked by Marines, Commander Adama forcibly removes Agent Levin from the CIC, despite Levin's protestations. After this, Adama thanks Lieutenant Gaeta for his help in freeing both himself and Colonel Tigh.
  • After receiving permission to speak freely, Dualla tells Tigh of her surprise at the fact that he didn't shove a boot to Levin's ass. Tigh replies that he's saving his boots for Kara Thrace and Karl Agathon.
  • On the Sagittaron moon, Thrace and Agathon attempt a lift off in their Raptor, only to be shot down some miles away from the rebel base. Before their pursuers can reach them, Thrace removes the radios from the Raptor and activates a bomb onboard the craft, and both leave the ship. When their pursuers begin to storm the Raptor, hoping to kill Agathon and Thrace, their leader finds that there's a bomb set aboard the ship. They manage to get to a safe distance before the bomb explodes, and their leader runs back to the base.

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