For those who haven’t seen them all yet, here are the latest comments on recent developments from JMS himself, posted to his Facebook Fan Page
Kurt spotted this “Captain Power Returns” promo video on YouTube yesterday, including comments by JMS, Marc Scott Zicree, and folks from Urban Archipelago: Related Links: http://www.captainpowerreturns.net http://urbanarchipelago.blogspot.com/2011/04/captain-power-returns.html
Okay, so who saw Ninja Assassin on opening day, or plans to go see it after recovering from triptophan overindulgence?
The Julius Schwartz Lecture at MIT featuring J. Michael Straczynski is back online at MIT’s Comparative Media Studies website!
There is a nice article about the talk jms gave to aspiring writers at Comic Con on July 23rd His overarching theme: the importance of writing what you deeply care about. IO9 Article and here is a video link to his MIT lecture from earlier in the year. jms MIT lecture (link taken down, sorry It will [...]
In this hour, JMS talks more with Tim and Summer about the development of Babylon 5 and the pros and cons of continuing or expanding the series, the real reason for putting his foot down on “big budget or nothing”, the broader realities of the hammer lock of Warner Bros has on any future “expanded universe” properties, and more.
Interview: JMS, The Great Maker, graciously allows Tim and Summer to throw a seemingly endless stream of questions about the origins and creation of Babylon 5, the production and growing pains of the show, and dealing with the vagaries of the industry of Hollywood, the bizarre perfect storm surrounding Crusade on TNT, and more.
This is the only news coverage Tim was able to find… anyone else find any mainstream coverage of the lecture? ‘Babylon 5′ creator speaks about failure, future of media at MIT By Jeanne Amy GateHouse News Service Mon May 25, 2009, 10:13 PM EDT CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Middle-aged, irreverent, innovative and bold, J. Michael Straczynski [...]
J. Michael Straczynski with Henry Jenkins at the Julius Schwartz Lecture Friday, May 22 7:00p at MIT Building 10, Room 250, Cambridge, MA The second annual Julius Schwartz Lecture brings J. Michael Straczynski, the creator of the cult science fiction hit Babylon 5. The Julius Schwartz Lecture is an annual event held to honor an [...]
In 1999, J. Michael Straczynski allowed his original notes on Babylon 5 to be released via his Last Word column in the Babylon 5 Magazine (Vol. 2, Issue 9). These notes were the first written record of Babylon 5, made moments after he had his inspiration for the series while taking a shower. Though the [...]