Designer John Iacovelli brings steam punk, starry skies to play about female astronomer.
Nothing frees up the imagination more than evocative words combined with the opportunity to realize them in multiple dimensions, and J. Michael Straczynski, the series originator, knew how to write evocative words. Words on the page are the seeds for the imagination of every designer for film and television, and Babylon 5 was filled with words that lit up the outer reaches of my mind.
Comic Book Resources has an article about the announcement of JMS’ involvement with “Superman: Earth One”, including an interview with JMS about working with Superman.
The Julius Schwartz Lecture at MIT featuring J. Michael Straczynski is back online at MIT’s Comparative Media Studies website! You can watch the lecture and audience Q&A online, or view / download the clips in 3 parts: Part 1: The Lecture Part 2: Conversation between JMS and Henry Jenkins Part 3: Audience Q&A Clips are […]
The Babylon 5 guests on hand for this year’s Dragon*Con will be:
Thanks to MIT’s TechTV, the lecture JMS gave at MIT this spring is was available online for a few days, for viewing and for download. This year’s Julius Schwartz Lecture speaker was transmedia creator J. Michael Straczynski, who has most recently entered the motion picture arena, writing the period drama Changeling for Clint Eastwood and […]
Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski was interviewed on The Babylon Podcast
J. Michael Straczynski with Henry Jenkins at the Julius Schwartz Lecture Friday, May 22 7:00p at MIT Building 10, Room 250, Cambridge, MA The second annual Julius Schwartz Lecture brings J. Michael Straczynski, the creator of the cult science fiction hit Babylon 5. The Julius Schwartz Lecture is an annual event held to honor an […]