Retrospective of “Babylon 5” Season Two “The Coming of Shadows” (Part 2)

Fan Art for Season Two of "Babylon 5". Source The larger ideals cannot exist if the smaller ones are destroyed in the process. If there is one thread that exists throughout the second half of Season Two for Babylon 5, the paraphrased quote from the episode “There All the Honor Lies” sums it up well. … Continue reading Retrospective of “Babylon 5” Season Two “The Coming of Shadows” (Part 2)

Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season Two “The Coming of Shadows” (Part 1)

Fan Art for Season Two of "Babylon 5". Source The Babylon Project was our last, best hope for peace. A self-contained world five miles long, located in neutral territory. A place of commerce and diplomacy for a quarter of a million humans and aliens. A shining beacon in space, all alone in the night. It … Continue reading Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season Two “The Coming of Shadows” (Part 1)

A Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season 1 “Signs and Portents” (Part 2)

Box Cover Art for Season One of "Babylon 5". Source In the first article in this series, I covered the first half of Season 1 for Babylon 5. The subtitle for the entire first season is Signs and Portents. This is significant because the first season lays the groundwork for storylines and character arcs that … Continue reading A Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season 1 “Signs and Portents” (Part 2)

A Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season 1 “Signs and Portents” (Part 1)

Box Art for Season 1 of "Babylon 5". Source "It was the dawn of the Third Age of Mankind, ten years after the Earth-Minbari War. The Babylon Project was a dream given form. Its goal: to prevent another war by creating a place where Humans and aliens could work out their differences peacefully. It's a port of call – home away … Continue reading A Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season 1 “Signs and Portents” (Part 1)