Tired of Babylon 5 being an obscure pop culture reference? Want the show back on the air? Well, creator J. Michael Straczynski has some advice for you.
Twenty years ago, something called the SCI FI Channel (crazy, right?) ran a preview for a little show named Babylon 5.
There's always someone in the galaxy looking to exploit others for a little power and wealth.
There aren't many secrets in the world of TV since the advent of DVD commentary tracks, but JMS kept this very big one until now.
Babylon 5 is brilliant sci-fi, but it is woefully lacking in the LEGO department. Until now, that is!
The web is becoming a brave new world for sci-fi, and now Netflix has picked up its second genre series with some major talent behind it.
What horrors would you endure for love?
If the Oscars don't want sci-fi, then maybe we don't want the Oscars.
Michael O'Hare, the little-known actor who earned his place in sci-fi history when he joined the original cast of Babylon 5 in 1992, died Friday after suffering a heart attack several days earlier. He was 60.
One of the things I love about Comic-Con happens long after Hall H has emptied and the cosplayers have disrobed. Days later, when I've reemerged from the come-down, I go through all the random crap I grabbed on impulse and discover a few nuggets of geek gold.