Series: Battlestar Galactica: Original Series

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Battlestar Galactica by Glen A. Larsonbook 1
Battlestar Galactica Photostory by Glen A. Larsonphotostory
Classic Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3: Folly Of The Gods by Cullen Bunn
Refractions 3 by Victoria Haslam
The Cylon Death Machine by Glen A. Larsonbook 2
The Tombs of Kobol by Glen A. Larsonbook 3
The Young Warriors by Glen A. Larsonbook 4
Galactica Discovers Earth by Glen A. Larsonbook 5
The Living Legend by Glen A. Larsonbook 6
War of the Gods by Glen A. Larsonbook 7
Greetings From Earth by Glen A. Larsonbook 8
Experiment in Terra by Glen A. Larsonbook 9
The Long Patrol by Glen A. Larsonbook 10
The Nightmare Machine by Glen A. Larsonbook 11
Die, Chameleon by Glen A. Larsonbook 12
Apollo's War by Glen A. Larsonbook 13
Surrender the Galactica! by Glen A. Larsonbook 14

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  7. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope by George Lucas (1976)
  8. Star Trek: The Motion Picture by Gene Roddenberry (1979)
  9. Stan Lee Presents: Battlestar Galactica by Glen A. Larson
  10. Battlestar Galactica: Season 2.5 (Episodes 11-20) by Ronald D. Moore (2006)
  11. Battlestar Galactica: The Official Companion Season Two (Battlestar Galactica the Official Companion) by David Bassom (2006)
  12. Pulitzer by L. Elizabeth Storm (1995)
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  14. Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back by Donald F. Glut (1980)
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