Andromeda: Cultures: Perseids

Andromeda: Cultures: Perseids

The Perseids were the first aliens to contact Humans without getting dressed up in green costumes and shouting iggy iggy. They actually look like humans mostly except for a bony face and black eyes

Andromeda: Cultures: Vedrans

Andromeda: Cultures: Vedrans

Vedrans were the founding members of the Systems Commonwealth and one of the most ancient and intellectual races in the three galaxies

Babylon 5: Cultures: Minbari

Babylon 5: Cultures: Minbari

The Minbari look exactly like humans except for two features, they are bald and the have an elaborate head bone which protrudes round from the back of the head almost to the eyes. It is supposed to be protective

Battlestar Galactica: Cultures: Virgon

Battlestar Galactica: Cultures: Virgon

Virgon has gotten the short end of the stick for generations. It is one of the most developed and industrial of the Twelve Colonies of Man, but because of its very close proximity to Caprica, it is often overlooked

Battlestar Galactica: Cultures: Caprica

Battlestar Galactica: Cultures: Caprica

Caprica is the centre of the Colonial universe. It was the first of the worlds to be colonized by humans over 2000 years ago. The first city was Delphi, which serves as the cultural and historical centerpiece of the Twelve Colonies of Man

Futurama: Cultures: Mutants

Futurama: Cultures: Mutants

They don’t show up a lot in the series, but they play a pivotal role:  Leela’s homeworld.  That’s right, Leela is a mutant! 

Futurama: Cultures: Omicronians

Futurama: Cultures: Omicronians

The Omicronians, or at least two of them, visit Earth and interact with our main characters only a few times, but make a big impression nonetheless

Dune: Cultures: Ixians

Dune: Cultures: Ixians

The Ixians are the technological powerhouse of the Imperium. If its technical, scientific, futuristic or in anyway cool, it was designed and built by the Ixians

Tripping the Rift: Cultures: godfreaks

Tripping the Rift: Cultures: godfreaks

They band together in Church Groups for mutual protection and wealth. These godfreak group activities include: protesting stemcell research to cure deadly viruses and bombing abortion clinics. Their most recent protest was against the time flight back to the beginning of time

Dune: Cultures: Fremen

Dune: Cultures: Fremen

The Fremen are the desert nomads of Dune. They’re known for their glowing blue eyes, xenophobia and total aptitude for fighting skills

Dune: Cultures: Spacing Guild

Dune: Cultures: Spacing Guild

If you were to see members of the spacing guild in a bar, they’d be the wonky bohemians. They would be drinking absinthe

Tripping the Rift: Cultures: Synthetics

Tripping the Rift: Cultures: Synthetics

Synthetics are the workhorses of the galaxy. They do all the menial and demeaning labour so that the biologics don’t have to. They come in three flavours; robot, android, and cyborg

Tripping the Rift: Cultures: Snozzle

Tripping the Rift: Cultures: Snozzle

Family values, clean streets, mowed lawns, children playing in the clean streets, pristine environment, color television, and clean cities

Battlestar Galactica: Cultures: Cylons

Battlestar Galactica: Cultures: Cylons

Their original purpose was to make the lives of the colonists easier by performing mundane tasks. However as the Cylons gained popularity the colonists required that more work be performed by their mechanical servants