This collection consists of the following items relating to Babylon 5: Babylon 5 calendars for 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000; Cult Times, December 1997; The Official Monthly Magazine for Babylon 5, August 1997, September 1997; TV Zone, Issue 97; The A - Z guide to Babylon 5; The Official Babylon 5 Collector's Magazine, 1995; Sci-Fi Flix September 1996; Universe Today, Fall 1998 and Winter 1999; Cinescape, February 1966; Sci - fi Invasion!: The Science Fiction Magazine, Spring 1998 (still in wrapper); TV Guide, July 5 -11, 1997; The Official Babylon 5 Fan Club Universe Today Newsletter, 1996-1999; printouts from a Babylon 5 discussion list with creator Joe Straczynski; and a package of The Official Babylon 5 Fan Club material, including a poster, a photograph, and a membership card.
Biographical / Historical:
The epic sci-fi series Babylon 5 was a unique experiment in the history of television. It was effectively a novel for television in five seasons, consisting of 110 episodes with a clear beginning, middle, and end. Babylon 5 had a strong fan base, with nearly 500 websites dedicated to the series.
Jeannie Whited, Gift, 2005
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