For upcoming discussions once we’ve finished with Crusade and Legend of the Rangers, we’ll be talking about the comics first, then some of the specialty books, followed by the novels.
This is mostly to give as many people as possible the time needed to read up on whichever books they’d like to follow along with, as well as letting the people who are joining us for some of the discussions have some refresher time.
Neil from Bowie has volunteered to jump into the fray for the comics discussions and the Collector Card Game talks, Edmund is on deck to for the Psi Corps trilogy discussion, and I think Gary pretty much wants to talk about everything.
If there are any other folks who want to contribute to the discussions for any of the other books, or the Centauri Prime or Technomage trilogies, or any of the other B5 related games and goodies, just leave a comment here or send us an email!
DC Comics, 11 issue series (1994-95)
DC Comics, “In Valen’s Name” 3 issue miniseries (1998)
Babylon 5: The Lost Tales mini-comic (2007)
Babylon 5: The Price of Peace GN (DC) (contains issues 1-4 and 11)
Babylon 5 GN (Titan) (contains issues 1-4)
Babylon 5: Shadows Past and Present GN (Titan) (contains issues 5-8)
Babylon 5: In Valen’s Name GN (Titan) (contains miniseries)
There are four short stories written by JMS, but there are SIX short stories total (thank you for that confirmation, ISN Anchor Desk):
Amazing Stories #597 — “Shadow of His Thoughts” by JMS
Amazing Stories #599 — “Genius Loci” by JMS
Amazing Stories #602 — “Space, Time, and the Incurable Romantic” by JMS
Official B5 Magazine #22 — “Hidden Agendas” by JMS
Official B5 Magazine #23 — “True Seeker” by Fiona Avery
Official B5 Magazine #24 — “The Nautilus Coil” by J. Gregory Keyes
The rest of the novels and guide books can be found here: http://www.babylonpodcast.com/merchandise/