Maximum Press was a comic studio founded by Rob Leifeld. One of two studios run by him in the 1990s, Maximum Press was for licensed comics which did not fit the aesthetic of Image Comics, which Leifeld's Extreme Studios. The two would merged in 1997 upon Leifeld's departure from Image under the name "Awesome Comics".
War of EdenEdit
Maximum Press' first adaptation of the Battlestar Galactica franchise was the four-part War of Eden miniseries. Originally titled simply Battlestar Galactica, the miniseries was popular enough Maximum Press continued with further series. The four parts ran from July–November 1995. This series took plays many years after the final episode of the 1978 TV series, "The Hand of God", and ignored the poorly-received Galactica 1980 series. War of Eden saw the arrival of the fleet at Earth, though with Galactica led by Commander Apollo.
The Enemy WithinEdit
The second miniseries, The Enemy Within, lasted three issues. It ran from November 1995-February 1996.
December 1995 - March 1996
Maximum Press released Apollo's Journey, which consisted of three issues and released between April and June 1996.
August 1996 - November 1996
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