Well, jms was true to his word about an April announcement. This was posted on jms’ facebook page this morning. Whoo hoo! J. Michael Straczynski Appropos of today: I know many have been waiting for the announcement of the Big News promised for April. In terms of planning, I never really sat down and mapped […]
Netflix now has Seasons 1-5 on “Watch Instantly”.
None of the movies, including The Gathering, are on streaming yet, neither is Crusade.
Well, it’s not all about Babylon 5, but it’s fun, nonetheless.
In the most recent episode of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester and Tobias Buckell veer off into a STTNG/B5 discussion.
Our good friends over at SF Signal have weighed in on one of the Great Debates: TV Genre Show Smackdown: DS9 vs. Babylon 5
Feel free to add your opinions at your leisure, and play nice!
Let the wild speculations about what the next B5 project will be, when it will happen, and if it will truly get into production!
Apparently, the increasing value of the Babylon 5 scriptbooks keeps causing a ruckus, and The Team is doing something about it, while they can.
That’s why they’re holding a Script Books Series Lottery — to make available as many full sets of the script books as they have left.
This is a limited edition book. It is only available for ninety days. After January 20, 2011 this book in both the black cover and the white will never be available again. Ever.
SciFiNow, the UK-based scifi entertainment magazine (one of the best out there), put out a Babylon 5 “Top Ten” episode list back in July.
How did we miss this list coming out, and the chance to argue about it on the podcast?
As seen in the poll we took, the listeners have spoken, and the order in which we’ll watch and discuss Crusade has been chosen.