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Old August 29 2012, 08:37 PM   #1
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A Babylon 5 “Art Of” book!?

Those who could put one together don’t believe there is the interest amongst sci-fi fans and the various artist who would normally by such things.

I don’t know either way, and am not a big believer in “fan” backed drives, but at least the likes of Steve Burg, Ron Thornton, Alec McClymont (and some of the others) at least visit the FB page and will read this thread.[/

Here’s hoping, especially if they include some of the work done for the likes of Firefly, the nuBSG, Voyager, Enterprise, SG: Atlantis, etc. But I think it stands no chance unless more people hear about it. Hence this post.
If you're a fan of Babylon 5, visit this facebook page, you might be surprised. ; )
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Old August 29 2012, 10:45 PM   #2
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Re: A Babylon 5 “Art Of” book!?

I liked it and shared it with 7 of my FB friends, asking them to like it as well. I would totally pay money for the book, if it's ever made.
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