So, as I told Jan via PM some time ago, I finally decided to buckle down and start buying the scriptbooks. As far as I'm concerned, with all the DVDs, the eleven canon novels, all of Chris Franke's score CDs, and now all 15 scriptbooks, I'll have every bit of Babylon 5 I'm interested in at my finger tips. I have all the DVDs, and am well on my way towards completing my CD and novel collections.
My first two scriptbooks--volumes 1 and 12--arrived today. They're a little smaller than I had expected, but other than that, these books do not disappoint. They're not for the average viewer, but for someone with an interest beyond that measure, they are really something special. I have class, and I've barely scratched the surface on these, but when I more thorougly complete them, I'll post some more comments. VERY interested to see what JMS has to say about Byron, and what I read by him concerning Learning Curve was right on the mark.