Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Gets A Blu-ray Trailer And Cover Art

Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome has had a pretty tenuous status, first being plugged as a Syfy series and then later finding itself cut at the network and split into 12-minute webisodes. Those webisodes will begin airing on Friday (November 9), and will be followed by a 2-hour movie premiere on Syfy, before the Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome series eventually comes to Blu-ray, DVD, On Demand, and digital download on February 19, 2013.

Any way you look at it, there will be multiple viewing options for fans to catch the short series, which stars Luke Pasqualino as a young Captain William Adama, a pilot who has to kick some ass during the first war against the Cylons (a war that is oft referenced in the original BSG series). Earlier this week, we wrote about Blood & Chrome’s whole storied history, and even dropped a few hints about where you can catch a few webisodes, but if you are ready for some action, you can check out the Blu-ray trailer.

Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome will come in an unrated edition, but you have to spring for a physical copy if you are a superfan of the BSG franchise and would like all of the extras. Honestly, the big bulk of the extras will be deleted scenes. Blu-ray and DVD copies will come with six deleted scenes, as well as a “Blood & Chrome: Visual Effects” featurette. Additionally, Blu-ray copies will come with an extra seven deleted scenes. It's still not as great as a full series would have been, but at least it's something.

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