Sunday morning links: Dec. 14, 2008

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>> Battlestar Galactica’s fourth season doesn’t resume until Jan. 16, but a new 10-part series of webisodes has begun at scifi.com. “The Face of the Enemy” stars Alessandro Juliani as Lt. Felix Gaeta and Grace Park as Number Eight and takes place in a disabled Raptor amid the panic of crew members dying suddenly in mysterious ways.

>> J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek will get an IMAX release (boldly going where no Trek film has gone before? — haha). [Sci Fi Wire]

See also: ‘Star Trek’: Abrams’ new Enterprise to have a familiar voice

>> Sci Fi Wire also has an exclusive peek at the covers for Marvel’s upcoming “War of Kings” miniseries, which comes on the heels of the conclusion of “Secret Invasion.”

See also: All is not what it seems in Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’

>> The HBO vampire series True Blood was nominated for a Golden Globe for best drama series and best actress in a drama, Anna Paquin. [Hollywood Reporter]

>> D&D Insider’s Character Builder has left the closed beta stage and is now available as free download. Users can easily create a Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition character, though it stops at Level 3 unless you’re a D&DI subscriber.

See also: No dice: Gifts for the dragonslayer who has everything

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