Syfy has released new publicity photos from their upcoming series Dominion, which is set 25 years after the events portrayed in the 2010 movie Legion. Christopher Egan stars as Alex Lannen, a young soldier from the Archangel Corps in Vega (the new Las Vegas), who may hold the key to survival in a 25-year battle between humans and an army of angels who have descended from heaven. Take a look at these images which also include Roxanne McKee as Claire Riesen, Alan Dale as General Edward Riesen, Anthony Stewart Head as Senator David Whele, Luke Allen-Gale as William Whele, Rosalind Halstead as Becca Thorne, Tom Wisdom as Michael and Carl Beukes as Gabriel

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Based on characters from the hit theatrical film Legion (2010), Dominion is an epic Supernatural drama set in the year 25 A.E. In this transformed post-apocalyptic future an army of lower angels, assembled by the archangel Gabriel, has waged a war of possession against mankind. The archangel Michael, turning against his own kind, has chosen to side with humanity against Gabriel. Rising out of the ashes of the 25 year-long battle are newly fortified cities which protect the human survivors. In Vega (formerly Las Vegas), the largest of these cities, two houses vie for control and the stage is set for political upheaval and a dangerous power shift. Meanwhile, a rebellious young soldier begins a perilous journey as the war between the human race and the fallen angels hell-bent on their domination escalates.

Dominion stars Christopher Egan (Kings), Tom Wisdom (300), Roxanne McKee (Game of Thrones), Alan Dale (Lost), Anthony Stewart Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Luke Allen-Gale (The Borgias).