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Babylon 5: Signs and Portents (Babylon 5, Season by Season) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 3. März 1998

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  • Taschenbuch: 188 Seiten
  • Verlag: Del Rey (3. März 1998)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0345424476
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345424471
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 1,3 x 21,6 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.7 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (6 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 356.480 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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British author Jane Killick lives the single life in Buckinghamshire, England, drawing on her experience to write fun stories about trying to find the right man. Often with a magical twist, as in her novels Fairy Nuff and If Wishes Were Husbands.

She trained as a radio journalist and has worked from many radio stations, from the BBC to commercial companies. Her expertise also lies in science fiction and led to many years writing for science fiction magazines and books about television shows, such as her behind-the-scenes book about Red Dwarf, Stasis Leaked Complete.



A guide to the first season of the television science-fiction saga, "Babylon 5", with detailed plot summaries and accounts of the making of each episode and the seven-year battle of the creator, Joe Straczynski, to bring the series to the screen. Interviews with cast and crew members are included. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.


Behind-the-scenes insights from those who were there

The Season-by-Season Guides look at the eyes of every single Babylon 5 episodes through the eyes of those who were there. Stories of what went right, what went wrong, memories of how they approached storylines and how it fits into the big arc come from all the main cast members, the directors and the creative mind behind the whole project, J Michael Straczynski, who comments on every episode. Each episode is also re-told in a short, dramatically written synopsis which, when put together, tell the story of each season.

Season Guide #1: Signs and Portents includes a forward by Michael O'Hare who lead the cast as Commander Sinclair in the first year and chapters on the pilot film, The Gathering; how the series was sold to sceptical TV bosses who thought there was no room for science fiction on television outside Star Trek; and an author's analysis of the first season. The British edition included eight pages of colour photographs which, I assume, are included in the US imprint.

Jane Killick is a full time freelance writer and broadcaster. I have been writing for science fiction magazines for many years and among my previous books is The Making of Judge Dredd, a behind-the-scenes account of the Sylvester Stallone movie.

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"Who are you?" "What do you want?" These two questions, how they are answered, and in what order, define the televised novel Babylon 5. Be aware though. Answering these two questions is not nearly as easy as it sounds.
Babylon 5 is about choices made (in response to the two questions), opportunities lost, and the effect of these on the development of each character. This theme is brought to light in a nicely written book covering Babylon 5's first season (which has the same title as the book - "Signs and Portents") by Jane Killick. For each episode and the pilot, there is a synopsis which, along with a well thought out analysis, helps greatly in rationalizing and understanding the motives of each of the major characters and the various races. Numerous interviews with the actors, writers, directors, and series creator, J. Michael Straczynski, provide additional insight into the series direction and each character's actions. Killick's book also contains a comprehensive section devoted to the events that led up to Babylon 5's creation.
Because Babylon contains forshadowing of future events in almost every episode, I found that the book increased my understanding of the events taking place in the Babylon 5 universe considerably. From refreshing my memory about forgotten details, to pointing out what was overlooked in viewing the show, this book was an invaluable tool that could only have been made better by including more plot detail.
Overall, I have to rate this book a "must buy" for those with even a passing interest in the show. It is the first authorized book of its type and it doesn't rely heavily on information posted on the web or hearsay sources, but instead on exclusive first person interviews. This reason alone makes it worth the price.
No doubt about it, this book's a keeper (and you'll find out about those in the Season 3 book of the series - "Point of No Return").
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This is an episode guide done by an English writer. Thus the delay in getting this on the market for almost five years. Well worth the wait. One of my pet peeves with the Starlog series magazines and the Starlog general magazine as well, is the lack of complete credit lists of the artists and creative personnel. Nothing is more annoying to me than wondering all through an episode who someone is (as in-- I've seen that face before, or, who's that, they're really good?) and wanting to find out what else they've done (using the net of course) and then there is a swing insert preview or teaser at the end which squinches up the cast credits. Or you missed the leading credits, but that doesn't matter anyway, because there are five or six opening credits and you don't know any of them. And they go by too fast to write down. (Hercules and Xena do this scrunching all the time. Better to scrunch the chief grip, etc. ) These episode guide books are really handy for looking someone up, just as useful as the episode summaries themselves. In addition, there have well-written commentaries and analyses of the major themes of the series. This series is so well packed that since I have been watching the reruns on TNT, I picked up on sub-texts and hints that were not returned to until the fourth season when there was doubt that a fifth would be done. I am looking forward to buying the last three books, I already have the first two. Carter Rila
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For those who want in-depth reviews and notes on each episode of Season One of the highly-acclaimed television series 'Babylon 5', this book will do extremely well. Entertaining facts and reviews abound in this book, including behind-the-scenes notes from the creater of the show on how his vision went from paper to screen. I enjoyed it immenseley, including the section that reveals how actor Walter Koenig was originally selected for the role of Psi Cop Alfred Bester. The candid forward from Michael O'Hare was a very pleasant addition to a well-constructed Season One reference manual of the show. I recommend it (and future reference books in the series) to both fans and first-timers alike.
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