StarSlayer- The only story that will include any screencaps will be the test comic, "All We've Left Behind" (to which a majority of the tale is composed of screencaps from various episodes with two sequences done in Sims format). Do not worry, the test comic is trying to show a very serious straight forward story (no jokes involved) and is my attempt to better understand the Comic Book Creator program better. I have thought about including screencaps in the actual comics throughout the fic series (to show incidents of the cause (in fic series)/effect (in the show) theme that I had been planned for the series), but I may avoid it seeing that if you dislike the idea than it'd be best to avoid it for the over-all run of the series.
Of course, in the test comic, we get an idea about who John Coba was to Laura Roslin (hint, the questions I posted on the first page, to which I had hoped to receive feedback on, gives this connect away, but is still ambiguous about the particulars of how connected the Roslin/Coba relationship really is.
BTW (a small trivia detail)- The word "coba" is Russian for "Owl". During the initial development of the idea, to which names were being decided on, I was watching the movie Russian silent movie "Strike", to which there was a spy character named "The Owl" (they had a picture of him with the Russian word written on it). So, I thought it'd be interesting to use the word "Coba" as John's last name (Ironically enough, in my Classical Mythology class a few months afterwards, I found out that the owl is suppose to have been the sacrid animal of Athena. Even more ironic, before I began to attend the class, I decided that the name of John's home town would be "Pallas", which is connected to Athena. And this was WAY before Helo's Sharon got the call sign of Athena. How more ironic can you get when you have a character, who has/had a girlfriend who is a Model 8 Cylon, whose last name is Owl in Russian, and comes from a town called Pallas, and events of the show sort of co-incide with the events on the actual show unintentially?). It's a small world after all.
Tikey- That's kinda like how F.E.A.R. does its story line. You start off knowing not a whole lot, but through flashback sequences and paranormal encounters, you sort of piece the whole thing together.