Battlestar Galactica t-shirt Gallery
The popular Sci-Fi Battlestar Galactica TV series is a re-imagining of the original series that debuted in 1978. As a result of its computer generated special effects, politically relevant storylines, and vast survivalist environments, the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica has become the Sci-Fi Channel's most popular TV series to date. Here, we present a gallery of Battlestar Galactica t-shirts and merchandise. Tees include the Battlestar Galactica Frak t-shirt and the BSG Cylon shirt. Other items include Battlestar Galactica sweatshirts, toy figures, dog tags, costume masks and Battlestar Galactica uniforms. Show support for the Colonial Fleet.
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Battlestar Galactica Logo t-shirt
The front of this bestselling BSG tee displays the Battlestar Galactica TV series logo across the chest. The nearly identical sweatshirt below displays the BSG flower emblem on the back. BSG 75 stands for Battlestar Group 75, a mixed-force of Colonial vessels similar to a US Naval carrier battle group. The Colonial spaceship Galactica is part of this group. Wear this Battlestar Galactica t-shirt, and join Commander Adama and the rest of the Colonial Fleet in their fight against the Cylons.
WTF What the Frak? t-shirt
In a distant universe, not only is the technology more advanced, but so are the expletives. The front of this Battlestar Galactica What the Frak t-shirt displays the phrase along with its three-letter abbreviation, "WTF?" Frak is a four letter Colonial expletive analogous to "f**k." In the 1978 series, the term was spelled "frack" and meant "sh*t" or "darn."
BSG Cylon Centurion t-shirt
This Battlestar Galactica tee displays the head of a Cylon Centurion foot soldier. The Centurion carries out a variety of functions within the Cylon hierarchy, acting as guard, soldier, gardener, janitor, and periodically executioner. Centurions are sentient machines, controlled by an implanted device called a telencephalic inhibitor, which prevents them from becoming fully self-aware. The back of this BSG tee displays the Battlestar Galactica TV show logo.
Galactica Battle Crest t-shirt
This impressive crest design features various elements from the Battlestar Galactica TV series, including a cigar smoking Kara "Starbuck" Thrace, a Cylon and a Viper spaceship. Wear it as you chant the popular quote, "So say we all!" to demonstrate your devotion to the show. These Battlestar Galactica t-shirts are a fitting tribute and perfect for fans who can't decide on one of the more specific designs.
Battlestar Galactica Sweatshirt
Stay warm during those chilly nights on Caprica with this Battlestar Galactica sweatshirt. The hoodie features the BSG TV show quote, "So say we all" on the front underneath the flower emblem. It is similar to the design on the back of the Battlestar Galactica t-shirt shown here in the gallery. "BSG" is an acronym for "battlestar group," and it is also an acronym for the television series. This sweatshirt is the perfect addition to any fan's collection of Battlestar Galactica merchandise.
What the Frak t-shirt
When humans on Caprica grow frustrated, or are astounded by an unexpected turn of events, they don't turn to conventional earth-born expletives. Instead, they utter the phrase "what the frak," which is displayed in Battlestar style lettering on the front of this highly sought after Battlestar Galactica Frak t-shirt. This tee opts for the common, fan-preferred spelling of the Colonial expletive, which differs from the scripts for the 1978 BSG TV series.
Battlestar Frak tees
Let everyone know that you uttered a few fraks during the Second Exodous that helped to liberate New Caprica, a Cylon controlled planet that harbored many civilian prisoners. As seen on the Battlestar Galactica TV show, the battlestar Pegasus is mortally damaged during the escape. Commander Adama gives the order to abandon ship, but not before setting the vessel on a collision course with a basestar. This cool Frak Battlestar Galactica shirt features a Frack logo that celebrates the expletive.
Battlestar Galactica Frak Me t-shirt
One can imagine Roslin uttered frak me once or twice when she lost the presidential election to Gaius Baltar (James Callis). Despite being a womanizer who rarely turns down an opportunity to be intimate with a member of the opposite sex, including Kara "Starbuck" Thrace (Katee Sackhoff), Baltar wins the election because he promised the voters that he will create the civilian settlement of New Caprica. These Frak Me Battlestar Galactica t-shirts display the expletive that Baltar probably said to himself while imprisoned on Galactica. Wear this BSG tee with a set of Starbuck dog tags.
Battlestar Galactica Costumes
These Battlestar Galactica uniforms will make you feel like a member of the Colonial Military. You'll be ready to fight alongside Colonial heroes Kara Thrace and Samuel Anders. These Battlestar Galactica costumes allow you to portray characters like Number Six and Admiral Bill Adama. You can even outfit yourself in a Viper Pilot costume. The uniforms are available in a variety of sizes. Get a Number Six costume and an Admiral Adama Battlestar Galactica costume for a stellar couple's ensemble. You can also purchase both personalized and character specific Battlestar Galactica dog tags.
Battlestar Galactica Emblem tee
This emblem design indicates that the Colonial spaceship Galactica belongs to Battlestar Group 75, which is similar to a present day naval fleet. This Battlestar Galactica t-shirt can be worn under a zip-up hoodie as you exclaim, "What the Frak?" which is a less explicit way of saying the familiar earth expression, "What the f**k?" Pair this with the similar Battlestar Galactica sweatshirt above that features a drawstring hoodie. The BSG 75 emblem is visible on the hoodie's design as well. Warm up in it before a pyramid game.
Battlestar Galactica Frak U tee
The front of this Battlestar Galactica tee displays the Colonial graffiti, "Frak Earth", which was also the title of season four's mid-season premiere BSG episode. During the episode, Admiral Bill Adama (Edward James Olmos) discovers that what he assumes to be Earth is nothing more than an unusable wasteland. They can't even drink the water or eat the vegetation. The design on the left mimics the graffiti that is displayed on a wall during the episode.
You Sunk My Battlestar t-shirt
This Battlestar Galactica Battleship parody tee displays several familiar "battleships" on the iconic game board. Pair it with a Frak t-shirt for the perfect gift, or wear it as you command your squadron of Colonial Vipers. The Viper is the Colonial space fighter that appears throughout the Battlestar Galactica TV series. This funny BSG tee is perfect for both aspiring Admirals and Viper pilots who believe that they have the skills to navigate their ships to victory, Milton Bradley style.
Frak Off t-shirt
The front of these Battlestar Galactica t-shirts let your friends know how you really feel. Anyone who is not a fan of the Battlestar Galactica TV show can just "Frak Off." The design, which runs across the chest, displays this fan favorite Colonial expletive in uppercase white text. Order this bestselling Battlestar Galactica t-shirt with other officially licensed BSG merchandise like dog tags and toys.
Vintage Battlestar Galactica t-shirts
Here, you will find a rare selection of vintage Battlestar Galactica shirts. Each BSG tee is just as retro as the original 1978 series. The iron-on transfers feature many of the memorable characters from the original show, as well as poster and promo art. Die-hard fans will truly appreciate these vintage designs, which conjure up memories of the classic Battlestar Galactica TV series, one that found the former inhabitants of the Twelve Colonies searching for a star called earth.
Battlestar Galactica Action Figures and Toys
Carry out your own interplanetary battles with the wide selection of Battlestar Galactica action figures and spaceships. The collectible toys allow you to embrace your favorite characters (figuratively speaking) and elements from the TV series, including the Colonial Viper Fighter, Cylon Raider Spaceship, and characters like Number Six, Starbuck, Cylon Centurions and Commander William Adama.