Babylon Podcast #262: Mondopalooza Part 2

There’s nothing quite like playing Devil’s Advocate in a Babylon 5 argument you’re having with yourself.

Feedbackapalooza: The Feedbacking continues, as we hack our way through the backlog, clearing the way for future voicemails to come in about the comics, novels, and collectibles.

Babylon Podcast #260: The Lost Tales, Revisited

Welcome to Show #260, and the start of Season 7 of the Babylon Podcast!

Get ready, Babylon 5 fans… the coverage of the comics, novels, guidebooks, games and collectibles is about to commence. But first, we have to find a way to get copies of some of them into Tim’s, Bret’s and Jeremy’s hands… after we digress into a discussion about physical vs digital books.

Deep Geeking: Tim, Summer, Bret and Jeremy discuss the last officially produced Babylon 5 video content, The Lost Tales.

JMS Says Big-Budget Movie or Nothing

Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2008 18:42:18 -0700 (PDT) Putting this on a recent thread here where it’s more likely to be seen in a quick fashion…. Several things just to update folks. First, many thanks to all those who sent along research suggestions and offerings to be of assistance on the project I can’t talk […]

JMS News from Wondercon

Over at Comic Book Resources, there’s a good summation of JMS’ appearance on the DC Comics Panel at Wondercon this past weekend. Thanks to Ian Smith for the heads-up link! The highlights: * More “Lost Tales” is on the way” * Filming on “The Changeling” is complete, film due in November 2008 * “World War […]

Babylon Podcast #84: The Lost Tales: Over There

Deep Geeking: Tim and Summer commence the geeking for the second Lost Tales episode, “Over There”, chronologically picking up right after the Keegan MacIntosh interview.

We talk about how smoothly Bruce has slipped back into the character of Sheridan, with a little more age and a lot more leadership experience added to season. This story truly showcases some of the best elements that die-hard Babylon 5 fans truly love.

Babylon Podcast #83: Interview with Keegan Macintosh (Prince Vintari)

Interview: Keegan Macintosh (Prince Vintari) joins the Babylon Podcast crew for an interview, “confesses” to listening to the show, and moves straight on to mastering the accent, how he got cast as Vintari, and what David Bowie had to do with it.

Babylon Podcast #82: Interview with Peter Woodward (Technomage Galen)

Interview: Peter Woodward joins an excited B5 crew to talk about his Babylon 5 experience, which all began with his being late for an audition for “A Call to Arms”, and how Galen’s enigmatic nature just *is*.

The Next Lost Tales?

Thanks to our friends over at ISN News, we got word of an interview JMS gave to Starburst Magazine in their July issue. The folks over at TrekWeb have a small excerpt here. The whole magazine can be purchased here. For those who don’t feel like clicking through (or spending $10.99), the crucial exchange is […]

Babylon Podcast #80: Lost Tales Feedbackapalooza

Listener Feedback: “The Lost Tales” seems to have brought out many comments from the listeners, and we address a bunch of them here… and in case it wasn’t apparent: Spoilers are contained herein!

Babylon Podcast #79: The Lost Tales: Over Here, plus Adam Francis and Tim Earls

Interview 1: Adam Francis, production assistant during Season 2, joins us to tell us about how far back his fan interest in Babylon 5 extends, some of the running around he did during his tenure on the show, and more.

Interview 2: Acclaimed conceptual artist Tim Earls rejoins us to give us some of the work he did for “The Lost Tales”, mostly storyboarding for all the scenes and visual effects.

Babylon Podcast: Special Edition #3: The Lost Tales Event

This is a video treat for you all… Jeffrey attended the West Hollywood Best Buy “The Lost Tales” release event, which featured Bruce Boxleitner, Tracy Scoggins and Peter Woodward promoting the release of the DVD on July 31, and signing DVDs and other keepsakes for fans.

Babylon Podcast #78: Voices of Babylon

Fan Geeking: Jarsto gives us a little insight into what’s gone into the making of “Three-Edged Sword”, and working with both Edmund and John on crafting the episodes and the overall arcs of the story.

What you’re hearing here on The Babylon Podcast is just a small part of the story… the full audio drama can be heard at Voices of Babylon, so what are you waiting for? Go over and check them out!