battlestar galactica:blood and chrome
Posted on: November 19th, 2012

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The next 2 parts of the Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome web-series have been released back to back on MachinimaPrime. Last week we got see Luke Pasqualino’s William Adama finally arriving on Galactica and starting to learn that being part of the war effort may not be as exciting as he’d hoped it would be. He got to meet his war weary co-pilot Coker (played by Ben Cotton), and was “demoted”  to piloting a Raptor rather than a viper. Thankfully, the war isn’t over just yet, as Adama learned when they were attacked by 3 Cylon raiders…



Watch the amazing new chapter in the Battlestar saga, Blood & Chrome, about William Adama’s rookie mission aboard the Galactica.
Adama, Coker, and Dr. Kelly battle enemy Raiders and make a shocking discovery deep in Cylon space.

“Episodes 3 & 4″ – Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome

Another great episode(s). I love the idea of a “ghost” armada that has been kept so secret (and with a mission so suicidal) that all the crew aboard have already been pronounced “Killed/Missing in Action”. I also like the fact that Coker got a little more characterisation beyond “I’m your boss and I don’t like you, but Goddammit I will learn to respect you by the end of this series”. Plus, it looks like next week will be filled with some good old Battlestar versus Baseship/Viper versus Raider action and I’m always up for a bit more of that.

On a personal note, I’m really hoping that there are some human VS Centurion fights in this series. It’s one thing that I always thought was missing from the re-imagined series and the finale proved just how awesome an idea it was.

So, what are your feeling on Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome so far? Anything you’re really hoping to see in the series? Let us know in the comments section.


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