Now this Cylon Centurion practice target prop replica from the Battlestar Galactica TV Series is pretty cool.

Produced by Quantum Mechanix, this is a very cheap and yet oh-so-cool replica of one of the iconic props from the series. It was seen in use on the Galactica’s shooting range.


  • screen accurate
  • created from the same digital files used to print the screen-used props
  • 18 1/2-inches wide x 22 1/2-inches tall poster
  • printed on 60-pound flat-finish paper stock
  • cut corners to achieve the same distinctive trapezoid shape as the original prop

You can buy these at Entertainment EarthAmazon, and via Ebay.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA Propaganda Posters Quantum Mechanix

These Battlestar Galactica propoganda posters are super cool. 

Officially (faux) sanctioned by Fleet Operations, each poster contains critical propaganda messages from the Colonial Ministry of Information.

This licensed set contains 5 full-color, 22-inch tall x 17-inch wide prints on 100-pound, satin-finish paper. 

You can buy these posters individually, but you’d be crazy to do so. They go for anything from $14.99 to $30, depending on where you look. The set will normally cost you anything from $30 up to $70.

However right now you can score this entire set for just a few dollars more than an individual poster will cost you, which is as good a bargain as you’ll ever see.

The deal is on Amazon, and the link you need to take advantage of it is below: 

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA Propaganda Poster Set (Amazon, $17.21)

This is a model kit of a Cylon Raider from the popular sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica.

Manufactured by Moebius Models, this Cylon Raider model kit is sized at 1:32 scale.

Highly detailed plastic replica at an amazingly affordable price.

A must have for BSG fans!

Battlestar Galactica Cylon Raider Model Kit (Entertainment Earth, $29.99)

This is a must-have Battlestar Galactica collectible – a 1:1 scale signature edition replica of the Colonial Viper Helmet as seen in the 1978 Battlestar Galactica TV series.

What do we mean by signature edition? In this case, the helmet is a dual-signature edition that includes both Richard Hatch’s and Dirk Benedict’s signatures on a special display plaque stand!

The design is authentic, having been based on scans from the original screen-used helmet. Each helmet is cast from the original piece in high-quality fiberglass and resin.

It also features LED lighting effects.

Limited edition of only 500 pieces. Each comes with a certificate of authenticity.

The original Colonial Viper pilot helmet was created in 1977 for a proposed 7-hour ABC mini-series by Glen A. Larson named Battlestar Galactica. The mini-series starred Lorne Greene, Richard Hatch (Apollo), and Dirk Benedict (Starbuck). The original concept sketches of the helmet were drawn by Joe Johnston, who was the Effects Art Director at MCA-57. Its Egyptian inspiration was likely due to the huge success of the “Treasures of Tutankhamun” exhibition (1972-1981) that was touring the United States. In fact, at the time of the start of pre-production, the exhibit was at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The helmet was made by MCA-57 model maker Steve Gawley, based on Johnston’s concept sketches and guidance. Early in the development of the helmet, Steve requested to fit the helmet to the actor with the largest head. But this was not possible since in 1977, the roles had not yet been cast. So, he recruited some of his fellow artisans at MCA-57 to try the helmet on for size. The goal was to make one size helmet to fit all.

The series pilot first aired on September 17, 1978. Many of the original helmets were subsequently repurposed for the short-lived Galactica 1980 television series and the Universal Studios Hollywood attraction “Battle of Galactica” (1979-1992).

In 1979, Battlestar Galactica won two Emmys for Outstanding Costume Design and Outstanding Individual Achievement – Creative Technical Craft for a series. It was also nominated for Outstanding Art Direction that same year.

Battlestar Galactica Colonial Viper Helmet Signature Edition (via Entertainment Earth, $599.99)