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a high Quality Fix of Sci-fi after/before/after?? the after BSG beginnings of BSG. Very good & Deep,quirky, well made out on the edge,
retro sci-fi. Read more
...and you'll be really intrigued by this prequel to Moore's masterpiece of a reboot.
The premise is really interesting, the acting is superb, but the problem is that... Read more
Absolutely amazing show. It's a spin off from the (new, remade) Battlestar Galactica (BSG). The story and everything about it is excellent, just like BSG is. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sharon
And why was Universal Studios unable to produce one product with the 19 episodes & extras? Other than that this 2010 series was an interesting look back through the eyes of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bowman
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|Caprica on Blu-Ray?||
I've heard that Caprica will be included on the entire series boxed set, and since the boxed set is being released in both blu ray & standard, I assume the blu ray set must have a blu ray Caprica...?
Apr 29, 2009 by Arg! | See all 29 posts
|Before they even try: WARNING we WILL NOT buy this as 1/2 Season packs||
What they said.
Aug 16, 2010 by L. Barber | See all 10 posts
|Watching Caprica makes me annoyed I didn't watch BSG||
Actually I found that Caprica would have been a much better show if it wasn't tied to BSG. It might have even avoided cancellation. The two shows seem completely different, with the only unifying element being the cylons and the Adama line (still can't believe they felt the need to do that). ... Read More
Mar 14, 2013 by James N. Smith | See all 7 posts
|Caprica DVD and Pilot episodes.||
Yes, the DVD just titled "Caprica" is the pilot found on Caprica 1.0 (part 1 and 2). No need to buy both. Actually, I'm going to hold out until it comes out on Blu Ray.
Dec 1, 2010 by CatDog | See all 5 posts
Both shows exist independently of one another and you don't have to watch the one to understand the other. However, I feel to better understand some of the more subtle references in "Caprica" to watch "BSG" first.
Apr 29, 2009 by Arg! | See all 4 posts