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Despite being grossly overlooked during Comic-Con coverage, "Outlander" has already gathered a dedicated fan base. They turned out in droves for the faux castle on the San Diego show floor and never once was did the line to catch a glimpse of men in kilts diminish. The a time-traveling romance based Diana Gabaldon's series of books suffered the double whammy of being a show for women, starring a woman, at an event marinating in testosterone. Do yourself a favor though and tune in to see "Battlestar Galactica" creator Ronald D. Moore shine at adapting the story of WWII era Claire Randall's (Caitriona Balfe) hapless fall into the highlands of 18th century Scotland.
- Donna Dickens