Initial Thoughts on the Babylon 5 Reboot

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So, the news broke yesterday. The CW is giving J. Michael Straczynski the opportunity to do a full reboot of Babylon 5.

My initial knee jerk reaction was very mixed. On the one hand, we don’t need more reboots and remakes. There are other stories that could be told in that universe. And the Star Trek reboot had…issues (including a complete lack of understanding of how StarFleet should, uh…

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