From Vampirella #99 (1981) (click to embiggen to full awesomeness):
From the lack of any specific mention of Battlestar: Galactica (not to mention the lack of any copyright disclaimer...ahem...), this was clearly someone trying to glom onto the red-hot public fever for BSG merchandise with unauthorized knock-offs.
Which is weird, because this is more than a year after the much disdained Galactica 1980 was canceled, pretty much disproving any wide-spread public desire for BSG.
So really, these guys were willing to risk a lawsuit from Universal to market their "space jackets" as worn by "some of your favorite T.V. characters?" In 1980? After Galactica 1980?!? Someone obviously had a very full warehouse of jackets after betting (wrongly) on the revival of Galactica fever.
Then again, these guys weren't to up-to-date in their other references, either, touting "adventures from the disco" more than a year after Funkytown, disco's last gasp. As if trendy discotheques were ever where nerds went to show their cosplay creds...
Still, what do I know? Maybe in late 1981, there were hordes of be-jacketed Colonial Warrior wannabes flooding the floors of still-quietly-thriving discos across the nation.
Oh, that's a bunch of felgercarb....