Frazetta's Galactica
Frazetta's Galactica
There are four known Battlestar Galactica paintings by Frank Franetta, painted at the time of the original 1978 TV series. The most famous two, used for covers of the novelisations, are those of Lost Planet of the Gods and Gun on Ice Planet Zero. However, the former episode also has a second painting, focusing on Adama, Apollo and Serina entering a tomb on Kobol. The fourth painting is depicts a scene from War of the Gods. The four images in this gallery feature the highest resolution images that we could find on the net: however, some are recent shots, so the paintings have aged somewhat in the thirty-odd years since their creation. The designs of the Galactica, Vipers and Raiders are all unique and add a very sinister quality, especially to the latter. Needless to say, the depiction of the women in all of the paintings has also drawn a lot of attention ...
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In Pharaoh's Tomb
In Pharaoh's Tomb 
 
Adama, Apollo and Serena explore the tomb of the last Lord of Kobol.