Treks in SCi-Fi, a podcast dedicated to Star Trek and scifi entertainment, has an episode discussing Babylon 5. Link: TREKS in Sci-Fi #172: Babylon 5
…when you decide to that the list you created called “You Know You’ve Been Watching Babylon 5 Too Much” just wasn’t taking up enough of your time. which is exactly what Miguel Farah did. Again. Link: You Know You’ve Been Watching Crusade Too Much When…
…when you decide to create a list titled “You Know You’ve Been Watching Babylon 5 Too Much” which is exactly what Miguel Farah did. He also created a You Know You’ve Been Watching Crusade Too Much When… list… because what Babylon 5 completist couldn’t include Crusade? Link: You Know You’ve Been Watching Babylon 5 Too […]
The science-fiction TV series Babylon 5, created and overseen by J. Michael Straczynski, ran from 1992 to 1998. It has been much praised for its multi-themed story. One of these themes is, to be pretentious for a moment, the decline and fall of the Centauri Republic, an interstellar state that, whilst still one of the five major players in the galaxy (the others being the Earth Alliance, the Vorlon Empire, the Minbari Federation and the Narn Regime) is far past its better days when first encountered in the initial pilot movie (‘The Gathering’).