BABYLON 5

 

 

SOUL HUNTER (1994)
The series was conceived as a space opera "novel for television", with a defined beginning, middle, and end, and involves the human military staff and alien diplomats stationed on a space station named Babylon 5. In this episode, one of the screens in the background of the docking bay displays a Legion cruiser alongside an "L" symbol. The painting was done by Legion fan David Edward Martin, who said "a buddy of mine worked on the pilot film and asked me for a bunch of SF space paintings he could use to decorate the set".

 


 

 

A CALL TO ARMS (1999)
This was a feature-length film set in the Babylon 5 universe, initially aired on subscription TV. It was written by comic book writer J. Michael Straczynski, who threw in a reference to the Interlac language.