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eBook The Coming of Shadows (Babylon 5, No 2) epub
  • ISBN: 0345424484
  • Author: Jane Killick
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Del Rey; 1st American ed edition (April 14, 1998)
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • ePUB size: 1831 kb
  • FB2 size 1936 kb
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Babylon 5: The Coming of Shadows, opens with "By Any Means Necessary: Making Babylon 5 on a Budget," a. .This book is the second in a series of five episode guides to the series. Covering the second season, it has a separate chapter for each of the twenty-two episodes.

This book is the second in a series of five episode guides to the series.

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Babylon 5: The Coming of Shadows (Season by Season Guides)' is a guide for the second season of Babylon 5. It contains a synopsis of every episode of the 22 episodes of the second season and background information on what went right, what.

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The Coming Of Shadows is the defining episode of Babylon 5. It’s not necessarily the best-although . The episode opens on Centauri Prime, where Emperor Turhan has decided to travel to Babylon 5 over the objections of his prime minister. It’s not necessarily the best-although it’s in that discussion-but it is the episode that demonstrates what Babylon 5 attempts to do, what it’s capable of doing, its best characters at their best, its plot at its most eventful, and its themes writ large. After the show spent the entire first season tied to the station itself, Babylon 5 has started to show happenings elsewhere in the universe: on Mars in a few recent episodes, and here, on an alien world, in the seat of power.

Summary: The aging Centauri emperor travels to Babylon 5 despite his failing health

Summary: The aging Centauri emperor travels to Babylon 5 despite his failing health. Lord Refa sees this as an opportunity to have Ambassador Londo publicly embarrass the emperor, while Ambassador G'Kar prepares to assassinate him. Creator: J.

The Coming of Shadows" is a key episode from the second season of the science fiction television series Babylon 5. It won the 1996 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation. The Centauri Emperor, knowing that he will die soon, makes arrangements to travel to Babylon 5 to meet with Narn Ambassador G'Kar in neutral territory and offer a public apology on behalf of the Centauri people for their occupation and enslavement of the Narn homeworld, though this reason is not made public

Book Format: Choose an option. Includes Killick's essays "By Any Means Necessary: Making "Babylon 5" on a Budget" and ""Babylon 5's" Second Season"; a complete guide to and analysis of the season's 22 episodes, including "Point of Departure", "Hunter's Prey", and "The Fall of Night".

Book Format: Choose an option. A comprehensive episode-by-episode guide to the second exciting season of Babylon 5!

A comprehensive episode-by-episode guide to the second exciting season of Babylon 5!Babylon 5: The Coming of Shadows, opens with “By Any Means Necessary: Making Babylon 5 on a Budget,” a behind-the-scenes account of how series creator J. Michael Straczynski and his production team bucked the system to create the extraordinary twenty-first century world that would change the face of sci-fi TV. Then, in a thrilling second season overview, experience the arrival of Bruce Boxleitner as John J. Sheridan, new captain of the Babylon 5 station, and the looming threat of the sinister Shadows. In-depth, episode-by-episode summaries—with detailed analysis by author and B5 expert Jane Killick—cover all of the second season's twenty-two shows, including “Points of Departure,” “Spider in the Web,” “Comes the Inquisitor,” and the dramatic season finale, “The Fall of Night.”Veteran viewers or first-time fans, relive the adventure—or find out what you've been missing—with the complete companions to Babylon 5!
Comments: (4)
Welahza
Babylon 5 was unique in television. The main plot for the entire series was mapped out before the show even started. As a result, it developed a loyal fan base that still loves it.
This book is the second in a series of five episode guides to the series. Covering the second season, it has a separate chapter for each of the twenty-two episodes. Each starts with a plot summary, but then goes into behind the scenes stories and commentaries. Through interviews with cast, crew, and creator J. Michael Straczynski, author Jane Killick is able to give a full picture of what went into each episode. Some of my favorite parts are the stories of bloopers or jokes the cast played on each other. I also find the summaries useful if I'm looking for a particular episode to rewatch.
Starting out the book are two essays. The first provides insight into the challenges faced in producing Babylon 5 on the tight budget they had and the creative ways that the crew overcame them. The second in an introduction to the second season, painting broad strokes of the story arcs introduced and developed over the course of the season.
Any fan will love to have this well researched book for a behind the scenes look at a wonderful piece of science fiction television history.
Felhalar
This is a really good book series for B5 fans. It makes a great companion & fun reading after you have watched each show. But I would recommend it mainly for those that have seen the series & are watching it again. The reason I say that is because it is laced with spoilers all throughout the commentaries. That's fine if you've seen the whole thing already, but it stinks if you are watching it for the first time. If you don't mind that sort of thing...go for it, but this is the only reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars. For a good "non-spoiler" companion guide, I highly recommend The Babylon File: The Definitive Unauthorized Guide to J. Michael Straczynski's TV Series Babylon 5 by Andy Lane (Versions 1 & 2). He shows no mercy sometimes. If he does or doesn't like the show, he let's you know. But it's a blast to read.
Macage
One of the more popular episodes of Babylon 5 is fleshed out in this exciting look into the calm before the storm of the Shadows. G'Kar the Narn, is unable to find anyone who is willing to listen to his warnings about the coming menace. It seems that the certain people already know of the Shadows and are desperate not to let on about thier knowledge, as they attempt to mount a plan of attack. The book is well written and has a lively pace. It is great to get into the minds of some of the popular characters, and the book expands on what was a great episode to start with.
SoSok
The Babylon 5: Season by Season guidebooks are an essential read for fans of the TV series. Containing photos, interviews, essays, and in-depth rundowns of each episode, each book is indispensable for B5 vets and newbies alike. Strongly recommended.
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