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 […]
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 […]
This post from JMS just came up on the newsgroup (in response to a post about “The Changeling”, the film he wrote for Clint Eastwood.) From a general article on Clint Eastwood came the following: TOUR DE FORCE Next month, Eastwood starts filming “The Changeling” starring Angelina Jolie, about a woman whose child is kidnapped. […]
JMS is asking for help from all fans in a (geographic) position to do so. Without further preamble, here’s JMS: Though in this case the historical entity being reclaimed is…well, me, basically. I’ll explain in a moment. First, an apology and explanation for being absent for so long. The last few months have been probably […]
If you haven’t been visiting SFF Audio, then you’ve been missing all of the latest news and reviews in SF audio, be they audio books or podcasts. It’s definitely a must-see site for me. Jesse Willis has informed us of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s choice to not air the radio drama “The Adventures of Apocalypse […]
It’s 12 minutes of teasers for “Lost Tales”, how B5 changed TV, JMS’ favorite sci-fi shows, both US and British, and much more.
Today is the Great Maker’s birthday. Respect for my elders prevents me from revealing his age (if you just have to know, you can find out here.) Why not celebrate by watching some of his work?
Our good friends over at SFFAudio.com are reporting that J. Michael Straczynski has finally begun production on a radio drama for the Canadian airwaves, “The Adventures of Apocalypse Al”. More details can be found here.