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Audio Commentary:Audio commentary on two key episodes by Straczynski and another key episode by three of the series stars
Documentaries:Building Babylon: Blueprint of an Episode; Shadows and Dreams: Honors of Babylon
Introduction:All-new introduction by series creator J. Michael Straczynski and cast, including Bruce Boxleitner
Other:From the Universe of Babylon 5 Audiovisual Archive - access data files, personnel files, tech files and a Babylon 5 historical timeline
"And Now for a Word" took the unusual step of presenting a day-in-the-life of B5 seen through the eyes of a TV news crew, just as the Narn declared war on the Centauri. The inclusion of a PSI-Corps commercial paid homage to Paul Verhoeven's satirical ads in Robocop (1987), while his later Starship Troopers (1997) seemed at times like a spoof of B5's earnest space opera. In "In the Shadow of Z'ha'dum," Sheridan learns that Morden was on the ship on which Anna died; the episode sees the captain pushed to his limits by grief and determination to discover why Morden survived. Three exceptional shows conclude the season. The Narn-Centauri war escalates in "The Long, Twilight Struggle," Sheridan faces a most unusual ordeal in "Comes the Inquisitor," and in "The Fall of Night" all hope of peace is shattered as a nerve-racking assassination attempt reveals a startling secret about Ambassador Kosh. --Gary S. Dalkin
Great set. B5 is my favorite science fiction TV show, and this is where it really starts to get good. This is a great DVD set, must-have for fans of the show.Published 6 days ago by Daniel R.
Great Sci/fi series, Bruce Boxleitner aka TRON as I know him is Star Killer to the Minbari. If you like Trek & Wars you'll like this.Published 24 days ago by Frankie B.
Perhaps my favorite show ever. Intense, thoughtful, mysterious, great acting. This show astounded my by how good it was.Published 24 days ago by Mark G. Ross