The Lurker's Guide to Babylon 5 is the greatest of all sites. (Now back from its extended vacation!)
190 Bester Place has an awesome collection of reference material, including:
Brian O'Neill created the Babylon 5 Encyclopedia.
The Sci Fi Channel's Official Site for Babylon 5 lets you links to the current television schedule. However, for some bizarre reason it isn't always up to date.....
You can purchase season one of Babylon 5 on DVD at the Warner Bros' Official Site for Babylon 5.
The Sci Fi Channel's site for Babylon 5: Legend of the Rangers has the latest on the most recent Babylon 5 movie. But this site is now out of date.
I always avoid the Spoiler Junkies' Page myself, since I am highly spoiler-averse. But if you don't mind spoilers, this site can offer you:
The main site devoted to Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers contains links to recent press coverage, internet tidbits, and a message board.
Pasi Ojala has compiled a wonderful assortment of Babylon 5 Quotes.
Monica Hubinette maintains The Abyss.
The Babylon 5 SF Reference List lists all (?) of the references in B5 to other science fiction works.
The Babylon 5 Episode Review Page is written by Justin Smith.
The Babylon 5 Visual Episode Guide is out of date, but has some nice pictures on it nonetheless. And the odd music is a bit disconcerting....
Characters, Races, and Technology
Sadly, the Encyclopedia Xenobiologica is down permanently. Space Monkey mourns for its passing....
The Babylon 5 Hypertext Reference site has a great link list, a chatroom, and many other features. Its highlight is the downloadable HTML Help File with a complete B5 glossary.
Juho Heikkala maintains a page devoted to Commander Susan Ivanova.
The BabTech on the Net page deals with B5 technology. (Temporarily broken?)
The Earth Alliance site has an incredible amount of technical information, including military specs for all the races in B5.
There are some great pictures at Kamran Tariq's Babylon 5 Picture Site.
Sector 972, formerly known as The Babylon 5 War Council, is maintained by Yael.
Em'Lynn's Babylon 5 Domain has a great link list and several excellent pages -- including her Babylon 5 Landscapes Page.
Here's an odd cartoon linking Bill Clinton to the Vorlons: Serf City, by Russ Lay and Mark Androvich.
Dilbert creator Scott Adams thinks Babylon 5 is the best show ever made. He guest-starred in the episode Moments of Transition, as described in this article.
John Francis maintains the NW-B5 Homepage. At this site you will find:
Gold Channel is maintained by the UK Babylon 5 Newsgroup's Jeremy Morley.
The UK Newsgroup also maintains the UK Babylon 5 FAQ.
The Unofficial Israeli Babylon 5 Site is maintained by Ran Bar-Zik.
The Russian Babylon 5 Fan Club Site is maintained by Sergei Shadow.
GOLDKANAL is maintained by Holger Sauer.
Here is the homepage of the Babylon 5 Italian Fan Club.
Here is a Slovenian B5 page: Babylon 5 v Slovenšcini, by Kšela Matej.
Here's a photo of JMS with his Hugo. I was there that day in 1996 when he won this... but who took this photo? (Gharlane of Eddore is responsible for this site, but I don't see how he could have taken the picture himself. Gharlane is just a brain in a jar, as you can see if you surf past this link....)
The I.S.S. Babylon site is the headquarters of the campaign to name the International Space Station after Babylon 5.
The Zocalo Newsletter is now out of print, but all the back-issues can be found here. Edited by Jan "Katana" Venters.
The Alternative Universe Today has been the home of Babylon 5 fan fiction since 1994.
Mike Helba maintains the Worlds of JMS site. This contains detailed information about all of Straczynski's post-B5 projects. (Most recently, JMS discussed the World Trade Center bombing in The Amazing Spider-Man.)
Elef Gkioulekas' Babylon 5 Page has an overview of the show, and a picture of Kosh out of his suit.
Pamela Smith's B5 site is a bit out of date.
Jesse's Babylon 5 Super Site has some photos and additional links.
A fan in the Netherlands has created a bizarre site that catalogs all the appearances of the number "5" in Babylon 5: the B5 Mathematics Page. (Spoilers for all episodes!)
Another list of Babylon 5 links, by David Wells.
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