Future tech predicted by Babylon 5 is being invented today! Data crystals are now a thing.
A couple days ago we reported on a statement by Walter Koenig that J.M. Straczynski was in negotiations with Warner Brothers to buy the rights to Babylon 5. Which seemed like a great idea since Warner Brothers has just been sitting on the IP for over a decade doing...
For years Babylon 5 has been in this incredibly frustrating limbo with Warner Brothers. Every other year there seems to be some rumor the studio wants to make a movie, or (gag) reboot the series. Maybe, once and for all, that will end. At the Star Trek Convention in...
"Pleasure Thresholds: Patricia Tallman's Babylon 5 Scrapbook" is, as the name suggests, a collection of Tallman's personal photos and anecdotes from behind the scenes of Babylon 5. Show creator J. Michael Straczynski also provides some notes. A special premiere...
The introductory episode to Babylon Park, featuring various skits from “future episodes” hosted by Mr. Mordy, the Shadow Poo.
A professor mentions Babylon Park while discussing the prosumption of hyperconscious television. Oh, hell.
A professor wrote a chapter in a media studies course book on animation, mentions the postmodern intertextual allusions inherent in the pastiche of Babylon Park. Wait, what?
It’s a little ridiculous to bother with a parody of a show that’s been off air for forever, right?
An inside look at how Babylon Park: Frightspace was cobbled together with the generosity of true stars and borrowed recording equipment.
So I have these files on a busted 30G external drive, about 20 scratched CDs and two betamax video tapes that I don't have a player for. What to do, what to do....
Rebutt and Zooter star in “Interstellar Gas” (used in the commercial segment of Frightspace).
Here’s the trailer for the Babylon Park: Frightspace movie.
“Enterprising Man” is the song featured in the end credit sequence of Babylon Park: Grudgematch (2000). This great sci-fi rap was written and performed by famous filker, Tom Smith.
This was the first Babylon Park clip made (1998). The concept was essentially: “What would an alien commercial for an alien food-item look like?”
A short photo gallery of famous people we spotted at Dragon-Con way back when.
A 1999 interview with Wayne Alexander, the “Lon Chaney” of Babylon 5 and the Big Bad of Frightspace, Nyarlathotep.
A short guide to the planets of Babylon Park. Background information that never saw wide release.