Dmitry Balandin, a scifi enthusiast and crane operator from Ukraine, has built a life-sized robot fashioned from 500 pieces of plywood.
At Comic-Con yesterday, Battlestar Galactica creator Ron Moore told fans that he loves how television's budget constraints spawn creativity. For example: the skinjobs, whom he'd originally wanted to be done up in shiny suits like the 1970s series' cylons.
Life in the Colonial Space Fleet is tough. Supplies are low, child-trafficking is rampant, and the Cylons bent on destroying all of humanity are somehow able to disguise themselves as human. They could be anybody! Thus, the Caprica Colonial Fleet Training Series is proud to offer the above PSA to help you, the…
When Michael Moragne decided to propose to his girlfriend Amy, he wanted to give her a ring that reflected not just their love, but also their shared love of Battlestar Galactica. Using the central diamond and gold from his grandmother's engagement ring, Moragne had a new ring made — one with Cylons hiding on the band.
Well, not the actual Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. They could be Cylons. Or perhaps angels! Yes, melodious seraphim who hung out with the primordial godhead Bob Dylan who wrote "All Along The Watchtower" during the Big Bang or something. Note: three-year-old, Gaius Baltar-related spoilers. (Hat tip to Brian.)
Did you miss out on Battlestar Galactica? Do you dream of watching all of the show's drama, thrills, and frustrating scenes condensed into a four-minute piss take on 16-bit roleplaying games?
As Out magazine shows us, there have been some faaaabulous robots over the years. Obviously the Nick Swardson-voiced Gay Robot—a bit from a failed Comedy Central pilot—takes the cake, but what about the the less obvious examples? The spangly Cylons from the original Battlestar Galactica? Effete C-3P0? Bitchy Hal9000?…
io9 reader Brian Hogg is selling his marvelous BSG puppets. Now is your chance to recreate the dynamic space opera with puppets! You shoot it, we'll post it. The puppets are priced at $500.00 each on ebay.
The first ever concept art from the new Battlestar Galactica prequel series Blood And Chrome have been released. From the looks of things, the space opera's next chapter will be full of aliens, blood, cylons, spaceships and WAR! Excellent!
Are there any gaps in the life story of William Adama you're dying to fill? Because Syfy has got your back. In addition to Caprica, they've just greenlit another prequel, focusing on the future Admiral's time as a viper pilot.
In this exclusive clip from from the Caprica season one DVD box set, show creator Ronald D. Moore explains why he gave the show's proto-Cylon human form half of the time, and why it looked so ominous.
Vintage department store costumes followed a strangely predictable formula: soulless plastic mask + psychedelic torso art with the character's face again (for absolutely no reason). Here are some of your favorite scifi characters looking like narcissistic lunatics. First off, we have the Alien. It's like he was his…
This Easter Robbit will hide the chocolate at your Easter egg hunt, but he'll also exterminate your guests. But look! He's brought his own coterie of party-crashers. Meet his robo-friends, Mrs. Easter Robbit and the Cylon Unicorn.
If you're wondering where the Caprica writers get their ideas for how the cylons work, the answer is that they've got a real roboticist consulting with them. Yesterday he explained why Zoe's cylon isn't as far-fetched as you might think.
In today's Remainders: excellence. Carlos Slim overtakes Bill Gates as the world's richest man; Battlestar Galactica and the Beastie Boys get mashed-up real good; Everquest data is a motherlode for behavior scientists, and more!
Want to know how Battlestar Galactica's Cylons developed from kitchen appliances to today's sexy/deadly models? Here's your exclusive first look at a new poster that follows Cylon evolution through both BSG series, now available from Quantum Mechanix. Click to enlarge.