We are saddened that Jeff’s battles with his personal demons overwhelmed a talented actor. Of course, all the reports mention Grease and Taxi. We will remember him for his portrayal of an average workaday man caught up in the wave of history.
This release completes the 2-volume CRUSADE: OTHER VOICES series.
If this book weren’t already titled CRUSADE: OTHER VOICES, we could have named it “THE LOST TALES” because this volume includes THREE never-before-published CRUSADE scripts
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.
Official Contributor Gary in Jacksonville passes on an article about Jesus Trevino: “With more than 40 years in the film and television business, Trevino, who declined to give his exact age, has worked on a number of award-winning television shows and feature films. But the road to the big screen was neither easy nor one […]
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
What can you expect to find inside CRUSADE: OTHER VOICES VOLUME 1?
A brand new CRUSADE adventure in a never-before-seen — or even known about — SECOND SEASON script (What second season? That’s our point!). This script was discovered in 2010, 11 years after it was written.
Oh, did we mentioned that said script was written by Peter Woodward –as in the fabulous British actor who portrayed Galen the techno-mage?
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
All this time I had been wondering about the lack of Babylon 5 chatter on Twitter, until about a month ago, when I changed my search filter to use “Babylon 5” instead of “B5” — wow, talk about a major difference! Some days there were as many as 100 mentions!
So why don’t these people know we’re here?