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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.
We have a big backlog of recorded episodes that Summer is editing. Thanks for your patience as we work through all this.
Recently, io9 (they come from the future) ran a top ten list of all-time best space battle smack talk. Number one of course was from “Wrath of Kahn”. Number 2, however, was Ivanova’s “God sent me” speech.
Courtesy of Danny, here are some of the questions JMS fielded during his Twitter Q&A session a few weeks ago:
The crew over at Tuning Into Scifi Television — Kevin, Wendy and Brent — are in the middle of “The Great Babylon 5 Rewatch”, currently in the midst of Season 3, and getting to the roller coaster.
This week, they’re up to “Interludes and Examinations” and “War Without End, Part 1”, if you want to check out their discussions: The Great Babylon 5 Season 3 Watch: Week 8
Since the question keeps coming up, I realize that I haven’t fully and clearly stated why having the alien entity in “The Path of Sorrows” going around forgiving everyone doesn’t work for me, like I’d promised to.
Hopefully this takes care of that.
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
Patricia Tallman asked us to ask you, the Babylon Podcast listeners and Babylon 5 fans, one question: What are your favorite Lyta episodes?
Here’s your chance to answer that question for her!
Lennier has a message for dear Tim (and Bret?) about “Day of the Dead”: Thanks to Tom from Maine for his artistic endeavors. Be sure to check out the other images in his Babylon 5 Action Figures Gallery