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Tuesday, December 2, 2003
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By Steven Taylor @ 12:20 pm

According to the Sci Fi Wire, there may be more Babylon 5 on the way:

Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski told fans on a message board that he’s working on a follow-up to the popular SF series, according to a report on the Dark Horizons Web site. Straczynski remained coy about the project, saying only that he’d have more news next month.

“On the B5 front, there has been something of rather substantial proportion that’s finally gone from talk to money, such that I’m now working frantically to meet some deadlines,” Straczynski posted. “But there’s nothing I can say about this until after January 15th, probably closer to the end of that month.”

Straczynski added, “The only thing I can say is that phase one of the new project is a go, hence the furious writing schedule at this end of things, which is why I’ve been silent until deciding to kick up some dust on the political discussion. I’ve been writing my little brains out. I wouldn’t go on about something in this way if it wasn’t a significant development.”

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  1. Just so long as the follow-up is better than Crusade.

    Comment by Matthew Stinson — Tuesday, December 2, 2003 @ 1:32 pm

  2. I thought Crusade had promise-I liked a number of the charaters. However “Legend of the Rangers” was rather lame.

    Comment by Steven — Tuesday, December 2, 2003 @ 2:05 pm

  3. Another thought: if JMS is going to go ahead with a “sequel” to B5, he’d do well to look at the story arcs people liked on B5, DS9, and now Enterprise. A great big war story with Machiavellian intrigue on the side keeps things interesting. But maybe that’s the conservative warmongering sci fi geek in me talking.

    Comment by Matthew Stinson — Tuesday, December 2, 2003 @ 3:22 pm

  4. This rocks! My wife will be ecstatic.

    Comment by JC — Tuesday, December 2, 2003 @ 4:54 pm

  5. I liked Crusade, although the &#^@ episode the idiot suits made JMS write sucked ass (technical term). And I think Crusade was headed in the “great big war story with Machiavellian intrigue on the side” direction, based on the scripts for several of the unfilmed epsiodes that were floating around.

    Now Legend of the Rangers-that was lame.

    The big speculation has always been that JMS wants to do the Telepath War for the big screen, or maybe as a miniseries. IMHO that would be awesome.

    Comment by Chris Lawrence — Tuesday, December 2, 2003 @ 5:56 pm

  6. I liked Galen, and the capitan and thought that the telepathic first officer and the linguist fellow were all interesting, although of the four the first officeer was the least intriguing.

    Many of the stories were quite good, and think that they were heading into an intteresting story arc, but TNT got in the way. And I wholly concur that the episode that TNT made JMS write was quite lame.

    Legends, on the other hand, was pretty bad.

    Comment by Steven — Tuesday, December 2, 2003 @ 7:38 pm

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