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?
Ever wonder what it takes to make an independent cartoon? What kinds of production values you get based on the credit limit of a Visa card? Here’s a look at how we got voice recordings for Babylon Park: Frightspace
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.