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Viper Mark II
"Viper Mark II"
An item of merchandise of the Re-imagined Series
Product Info
Manufacturer Eaglemoss
Model Viper Mark II
Price $54.95 USD
UPC 641945984286
Battlestar Galactica: The Official Ships Collection
(2018)
Series 1
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The Viper Mark II is issue #1 from Eaglemoss' Battlestar Galactica: The Official Ships Collection, a series of collectible models from the Battlestar Galactica multiverse.

Description

From Eaglemoss' product page:

This Viper Mark II appeared in almost every episode of the famous television series Battlestar Galactica (2004). Launched from massive Battlestar ships, the Viper Mark II was instrumental in the First Cylon War. Although they were eventually replaced with newer models, a squadron of the space superiority fighters remained on board the Battlestar Galactica and was re-activated to defend the Galactica during its four-year journey to Earth.
This Viper Mark II ship measures approximately 10.6 inches long and is brought to life in die-cast metal and high-quality ABS materials. It features the Starbuck callsign, tail number and authentic wear and tears effect. Thanks to the members of the modern Galactica VFX team, this scale model was faithfully produced to ensure that it followed the ship's details as accurate as possible.
The ship comes complete with a 16-page collector’s magazine providing an in-depth profile of the ship, exclusive behind the scenes articles, original design sketches, and an interview with the series developer, Ronald D. Moore.

Collector's Magazine

The collector's magazine for this item features ...

Video

Product on a turntable by Eaglemoss.

Gallery

References

  1. Note: Contrary to the image, each model's display stand is not individually numbered.