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  • Babylon 5 Scripts: Other Voices- Vol 3

    Is now available.

    http://www.cafepress.com/b5OtherVoices

    I just ordered mine

    Looks like a lot of fun and interesting stuff.

  • #2
    They're like crack, or potato chips, I just can't stop.

    My order is in already.

    I wonder what will happen when all the "books" are done coming out?
    Last edited by glindros; 07-15-2008, 11:06 AM.
    What a wonderful world you live in. -
    Yeah, well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent and I get to make my own hours.

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    • #3
      I think it's an interesting collection, between GROPOS, which in my opinion is a very underrated script, the two Peter David stories and Day of the Dead, which I suspect a lot of people already have in a different format. It will be interesting to see if Gaiman uses the same material as the Dreamhaven version, or if he writes something new, although I suspect the former will be true. Strange how neither David nor Gaiman have mentioned the book's release date on their own websites; you would think they had some small financial interest in selling a few copies.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Joe Nazzaro View Post
        It will be interesting to see if Gaiman uses the same material as the Dreamhaven version, or if he writes something new, although I suspect the former will be true.
        According to the email from the scripts team, the Neil Gaiman script is reprinted from the 1998 version.

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        • #5
          I've got my order in for Volumes 1 and 3 of Other Voices. Now completely caught up. Yay! lol
          "Jan Schroeder is insane" - J. Michael Straczynski, March 2008

          The Station: A Babylon 5 Podcast

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          • #6
            Originally posted by JoeD80 View Post
            According to the email from the scripts team, the Neil Gaiman script is reprinted from the 1998 version.
            Is that a revised version? I remember he said he corrected/changed some of the original versions when he signed them for people. Did those corrections become a separate version?

            Neil

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            • #7
              I'm not familar with any corrections or revisions. There were none in my signed copy.

              Jan
              "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jan View Post
                There were none in my signed copy.

                Jan
                go ahead, rub it in Schroeder.
                What a wonderful world you live in. -
                Yeah, well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent and I get to make my own hours.

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                • #9
                  I had a signed copy too, but I auctioned it off for half a dog. Actually, it was signed by just about everybody who worked on 'Day of the Dead,' and it went to a convention in Newcastle where they were trying to raise money for Guide Dogs for the Blind. As I recall, the auction raised enough money for one entire dog and half of another. I'm not sure how you can have half a dog, but it was still a damn good trade in my opinion.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by glindros View Post
                    go ahead, rub it in Schroeder.
                    Not at all, since I've never encountered Neil Gaiman in person. My copies were via mail order.

                    Yeah, half a dog is a great trade, Joe. Autographed cards for art, autographed scripts for dogs. Any other unusual trades you've done?



                    Jan
                    "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

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                    • #11
                      Just to clarify, I'm fairly sure that most Neil Gaiman stuff ordered from Dream Haven Books could get signed, as long as you were willing to wait a bit, at least that's my recollection.

                      Jan, I usually got most stuff signed for charity auctions and so forth. The one notable exception being when I knew I was going to be a guest at a convention in Chicago and I didn't want the folks at my table for the guest luncheon to be disappointed that they didn't get an A-list guest (or even a B-list for that matter) so while I was in LA covering 'Day of the Dead,' I asked if I could take a bunch of those paper skulls that were decorating the corridor in that episode and got them signed by various cast members. I then gave them out to everybody at the table as 'door prizes,' so I thought that was a pretty good trade.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jan View Post
                        Not at all, since I've never encountered Neil Gaiman in person.

                        Jan
                        Hmmm Jan with all the conventions you have been to ???

                        I have been to only 4 , and I met Neil at the second one : Eastercon this year in London. Got my "Day of the Dead" signed there, but no others (yet)

                        have fun ...
                        Jan from Denmark

                        My blog :

                        http://www.babylonlurker.dk

                        "Our thoughts form the Universe - they *always* matter"

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                        • #13
                          Can someone who already has the book reveal to us what Peter David's theory is on Boxleitner's legendary "Sinclair" blooper? When Bruce was asked about it on the Babylon podcast (http://www.babylonpodcast.com/2006/0...odcast-show-7/ - around the 10 min mark) he himself didn't seem to have any idea why he did that.

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                          • #14
                            My copy arrived yesterday I was quite surprised to see it on my doorstep when I came home. Another quick delivery. The volume looks very nice, as usual.

                            Neil

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by vakie View Post
                              Can someone who already has the book reveal to us what Peter David's theory is on Boxleitner's legendary "Sinclair" blooper? When Bruce was asked about it on the Babylon podcast (http://www.babylonpodcast.com/2006/0...odcast-show-7/ - around the 10 min mark) he himself didn't seem to have any idea why he did that.
                              Peter David writes (on pages 75-76) that he thinks Bruce did it on purpose:
                              I think Bruce knew that John was feeling the heat and wanted to buy him the time he needed to do the episode right.
                              Neil
                              Last edited by nottenst; 07-22-2008, 03:05 PM. Reason: extra info

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