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Sitting somewhere in between Red Dwarf's Talkie Toaster and the 7ft tall Cylon Centurion we covered a few weeks back, comes the Comic-Con limited edition Battlestar Galactica Cylon Toaster. Oh yes.

Frakkin' Cylon toaster

"By your comm-" crunch, crunch, crunch

According to NBC Universal Store, these are one-of-a-kind made specifically for the San Diego Comic-Con. We understand that the toaster actually imprints the image of a Cylon on each side of your freshly browned bread.

The Cylon toaster costs just $65 (£32/€41) and ships on 29 July. Expect to see a few of them on eBay next January when the current series comes to a conclusion.

And while we're on the subject of how images of machines determined to destroy mankind can be incorporated into food, take a look at this little beauty: the Cylon'O'Lantern.

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Pumpkin pie, Colonial style

Full details on how to construct this harrowing Halloween head can be found here.

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