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Welcome and thank you for dropping by. Take your shoes off, get comfortable and stay a while. There is a LOT of information here and you won't want to miss any of it.

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The Zocalo Today is a newsletter for Babylon 5 and science fiction fans everywhere. It is as much YOUR newsletter as it is mine! I'm just pulling together things for you!

Join our discussion topic. It is just one way you can share with other Z readers. If you see Babylon 5 cast and crew in other roles, let us know. We enjoy convention reports, photos, etc. Don't miss our back issues. I hope this will become more than just a newsletter. It's a community of people that enjoy sharing their experiences and interests. Babylon 5 brought many of us together -- and it remains with us, despite the fact that is no longer in production. Don't be shy. Join us today!

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SATURDAY, May 24, 2008
It should not surprise anyone that Steven Spielberg's INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL opened this week in a BIG way. It thundered into theaters at 12:01 a.m. Thursday and whipped up an impressive, but not record-breaking, $25 million in its first day of release, according to Nielsen EDI. This much-anticipated return of the swashbuckling, wisecracking archaeologist was met with an estimated $4 million-$5 million worth of moviegoers at its first midnight screenings. The blockbuster then widened to 4,260 theaters nationwide (it opens on an additional 12,000 screens internationally). Although on track to post strong worldwide returns, Spielberg's sequel is unlikely to beat the record five-day opening of buddy and "Indy" creator/executive producer George Lucas' "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith," which bowed the weekend before Memorial Day in 2005 to $173 million, according to Nielsen EDI. ("Sith" also holds the record for the biggest Thursday opening, with $50 million on 600 fewer screens than "Indy.")

NBC has set September 22 as premiere night -- ushering in its fall season. Heroes will end its 9 1/2 month absence, starting with an hour-long clip show to refresh viewers' memories on what's happened so far and leading into a two-hour season premiere. This leads a fairly traditional rollout for NBC, which will debut most of its shows between then and early October. KNIGHT RIDER will debut on Wednesday, September 24 and MY OWN WORST ENEMY will follow HEROES on Monday, September 29. CRUSOE has its two-hour premiere on Friday, October 17.

Some very familiar genre names have been added to the cast of NBC's CRUSO. Sam Neill (JURASSIK PARK), Sean Bean (LORD OF THE RINGS) and Joss Ackland (LETHAL WEAPON) have joined the cast. This drama serial takes on Daniel Defoe's legendary tale of Robinson Crusoe. CRUSOE finds the resourceful title character of Defoe's classic adventure tale after he has spent many years as a castaway on a desert island with his companion Friday. NBC said the series is to follow the adventures of the two island dwellers while it also looks in flashback at Crusoe's life before he was thrown into an isolated existence filled with danger and adventure. Bean will play Crusoe's widower father, whilst Neill is family friend Jeremiah Blackthorn. Shooting will take place in the United Kingdom, South Africa and the Seychelles with Stephen Gallagher ("Eleventh Hour") serving as producer.

To catch up on the latest news from around the world of science fiction, go to News Page. You'll find the highlights this week and this month here.


7:00pm on ION
Space Rangers - Chronicles 1
Peacekeepers work on the edges of the galaxy; with Jeff Kaake, Clint Howard, Linda Hunt.

8:00pm on ABC Family
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The young wizard and his friends confront Sirius Black, a fugitive with ties to Harry's past. Based on a book by J.K. Rowling. Credits: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Gary Oldman, David Thewlis

8:20pm on ION
Space Rangers - Chronicles 2
The Space Rangers attempt to recover a stolen ship; with Jeff Kaake, Clint Howard, Linda Hunt.

9:00pm on SciFi
Tale of the Mummy
A woman investigates the mysterious disappearance of her grandfather at the tomb of an Egyptian prince 50 years earlier. Credits: Jason Scott Lee, Louise Lombard, Sean Pertwee, Lysette Anthony, Michael Lerner

9:40pm on ION
Space Rangers - Chronicles 3
Galactic prisoners control an inescapable island; with Jeff Kaake, Clint Howard, Linda Hunt.



Ranger Mike sent in the following clipping from IMDb:
Movie Reviews: 'Changeling'
Clint Eastwood's Changeling has drawn some of the strongest early reviews yet at the Cannes Film Festival. (Critics were unsure what the actual title was. The festival said on Tuesday that it had received a written notice from the studio that the title had been changed to The Exchange, aligning it with the French title, L'Échange. But at a news conference Eastwood implied that he had not agreed to a such a change, and the daily festival program, after revising the title on Tuesday changed it back to Changeling today.) Geoffrey MacNab in the London Independent called the film a "magisterial piece of work." While predicting that the movie won't become a big box-office success for Eastwood, he concluded that "in its unfussy craftsmanship and emotional punch, it shows him still at the peak of his powers." Writing for the British trade publication Screen Daily, Mike Goodridge predicted that the movie will "go all the way from the Palais to the Academy Awards." Several critics attending the screening came away forecasting an Oscar nomination not only for Eastwood but also for the film's star, Angelina Jolie. "She is the entire, anxious point of Eastwood's film," wrote James Christopher in the London Times, "and absolutely terrific." Todd McCarthy in Daily Variety called her performance "top notch." And Kurt Honeycutt wrote in the Hollywood Reporter," Jolie puts on a powerful emotional display."
Another article noted is at

Ranger Jim found this article that includes a quote from JMS:
"I was so astonished by the extent to which she suffered by asking one simple, clear question: What happened to my child," said J. Michael Straczynski, who researched Christine Collins' ordeal and wrote the screenplay for "Changeling." "She did all the heavy lifting. I just wrote it down."
From a longer article at

Variety has reviewed the film as well. You can read all about it at

The Hollywood Reporter's review can be found at

Over at you will find an interview with J. Michael Straczynski, screenwriter for THE CHANGELING.


Babylon 5 Scripts: Other Voices
Price: $39.99
$29.99 $10 off good through Wed May 21 ONLY
Volume 1 will never be offered at a discount again

For more information about B5 Other Voices, go to

Featuring these scripts
• "Born to the Purple" by Larry DiTillio
• "The War Prayer" by D.C. Fontana
• "DeathWalker" by Larry DiTillio
• "Believers" by David Gerrold
• "Survivors" by Marc Scott Zicree
• "Grail" by Christy Marx

David Gerrold's complete outline for “Laser-Mirror-Starweb,” a never-produced, never-seen episode of Babylon 5.

All scripts include an introduction/commentary by the writers written exclusively for these volumes revealing how the stories came to be, why these writers made the choices they did, what it was like to write for the Babylon 5 universe, and, most important, what you didn't see.

Coming June 15, 2008
Babylon 5 Scripts: Other Voices - Volume 2
featuring "By Any Means Necessary" by Kathryn Drennan, which includes a 9,000 word introduction written by her exclusively for this volume.


Click on this widget to check out the latest images, trailer, clips, character & DVD info. and sign up for email updates. The Official Batman Gotham Knight website is at


Ranger Lyta reports that it is Hugo Award Nominations time again. Ballots have to be received in early July. This year's nominees include Harry Potter, the entire season of HEROES, DOCTOR WHO and TORCHWOOD.

2008: Denvention 3, the 66th World Science Fiction Convention

Ranger Michael from Austria sent in the following report:

Bruxe Boxleitner appears in "Heroes"

Bruce Boxleitner nominated for Constellation Award

Some weeks ago it was rumored that JMS will be writing the script for a "Lensman"- screening (
Now (1-2 days ago) at IMDbPro stands JMS as writer for "Lensman (2011) "
(Filmmakers: Edward E. Smith - Writer (novels), J. Michael Straczynski - Writer (writer), Brian Grazer - Producer, Ron Howard - Producer )

Tamlyn Tomita Joins the Cast of 'General Hospital'

I’ve done an interview with Reiner Schöne, who played Dukhat in Babylon 5 (only german, because he is a german guy)

Thank you for your report.



I know I've been absent here for a long time, but it's been necessary to getting out from under a number of deadlines and personal stuff that's been going on which basically put me into (or undre) the bunker to focus on getting things done. There was a two week period where I didn't leave the house other than to get mail. At all.

But with so much going on at the moment, I felt obliged to come in and put out some information, with the note that there will be more to come in the next week or so.

To the question of Emerald City Con, yes, I will still be attending, though I don't yet know the schedule. I imagine they'll mainly have me doing stuff on Saturday just because that's the main day for the con, but that's conjecture on my part.

Yes, I will be attending the Cannes Film Festival with Changeling along with the rest of those involved in making it. The announcement was just flat-out stunning.

On the work side, in the post-strike environment, I've 1) sold two original screenplays, 2) was hired to rewrite/basically write a new script for a project for the Wachowskis, 3) have just finished a deal to work on a project with Wolfgang Peterson, 4) have another spec script going to auction around the end of May, 5) just closed the deal on another assignment which is based on a very influential series of SF books, 6) have one more deal to write a remake of a nearly legendary SF movie that will close in a few days, 7) there's a deal on the table for both Dream Police and Rising Stars which I'm considering right now...all this in addition to writing The Twelve and Thor (which remains in the top 5 of best-selling comics) and getting the script books out the door.

Which explains why nobody's heard a peep from me in ages.

Now I need to take a nap.


With having Babylon 5 online for us in the U.S. to enjoy again, I wonder if you are like me. This time `round, I am seeing more about the story than I did the first, second, even third time. How about you? Does knowing the story actually enhance your viewing pleasure of the series? Or does knowing how it ends spoil it for you?

Send in your thoughts and comments to I will post them on the Discussion Page for everyone to share and enjoy. There are some good ones so far. Add yours! If you see an old topic you want to respond to, go right ahead. We enjoy hearing from you.


Ranger Glenda from Bill's fan club dropped by this latest information:
Bill Mumy's new CD "Circular" will be released in July.
Bill will be performing July 12, at 9pm at the Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles. There will be no charge for this gig.

Patty Tallman has just finished up her work on DEAD AIR, a zombie movie being directed by Corbin Bernsen (LA Law). You can see a behind-the-scenes clip over at

Babylon 5's Mr. Morden, Ed Wasser, will co-star with EUREKA's Erica Cerra and Christopher Judge (Stargate SG-1) in DARK SWARM. Tim Pyle (Decaying Orbit)has co-written and will direct. Pyle will also handle the visual effects, as he's done on such productions as Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and the SCI FI original miniseries Children of Dune. DARK SWARM goes into production this summer with an eye toward a 2009 release.

While Andreas Katsulas (G'Kar), Rick (Biggs) and Tim (Choate) are no longer with us, we will not forget their wonderful personalities and talent. Be sure to visit In Memory Of for more information about memorial efforts. Until we met again, in a place where no shadows fall.


Theodore Bikel - May 2
Michael O'Hare - May 6
Stephen Furst - May 8
Melissa Gilbert-Boxleitner - May 8
Bruce Boxleitner - May 12
Andreas Katsulas - May 18 - we miss you!
Andrea Thompson - May 22
Doug Wise - May 21
Douglas Netter - May 23
Paul Winfield - May 22
Roy Dotrice - May 26
Harlan Ellison - May 27

Have I missed anyone? If you know the birthday of someone connected with Babylon 5, pass the information along. We want to include everyone in our Happy Birthday Wishes.

B5 Podcast B5 Podcast


Welcome to Show #112!

Jeffrey returns from Hawaii to tease us all about his Vorlon tan, and Tim revels in the fact that he and Bruce Boxleitner share a birthdate. Tim also recounts what he saw at the Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas, and got to see firsthand the Borg Invasion scenario that George Johnsen worked on.

Jeffrey also lets us know what show he’s working on now: Celebrity Rehab on VH-1. So whenever he’s not able to join us on Wednesdays, know that he’s working on Season 2 of this series, and it really is something that’s aiming to help.

Deep Geeking: Tim and Summer contemplate the mysteries and metaphors in “Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?” For a long time… this is a good one.

Listener Feedback: Tim passes on a question from George Brickner: “What does Summer need her minions to do?” First, Summer needs a vacation and some rest, then she’ll need help with wiki setup, and Joomla configuration.

If it matters, Summer would love to see a script book or three solely about “Crusade”. Just sayin’.

To catch up on all the wonderful podcasts, go to

New DVDs

CHIPS-Second Season CHiPS: The Complete Second Season
Release date: June 3, 2008
Official website:

Can't drive 55? There's a ticket with your name on it - sign here, please. Just jumped three freeway lanes and endangered everyone in your path? Pull it over, pal, and dig out that license and registration. California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers Jon Baker and Francis "Ponch" Poncherello are on patrol. Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox return as Ponch and Jon, and the action and fun are ready to roll in 22 road-ripping episodes. Also returning: Robert Pine as amiable Sgt. Getraer. Strap on helmets and goggles for a deadly chain-reaction crash, the appearance of a nettlesome TV-news crew, Ponch's disco dancing, Halloween patrol and a caped biker daredevil. Remember: safety first. And always signal before turning.

Actors: Erik Estrada, Larry Wilcox, Robert Pine, Lou Wagner, Paul Linke, Brodie Greer, Lew Saunders

Some clips from Warner Bros:
Hospital (2:01)
Windows Media:


Shots Fired (2:01)
Windows Media


Official site:
The magic of Warner Bros. can now be yours. Introducing the Warner Bros. Photo Collection. Fine art prints from Warner Bros. Entertainment?s, extensive archive available for sale online direct from, the Warner Bros. Studios Photo Lab at

Release date: April 8, 2008
Actors: Bruce Allpress, Eddie Campbell, Ben Chaplin, Peter Corrigan (II), Brian Cox
Director: Jay Russell

I love movies like this -- something you can watch with your kids -- or just enjoy on your own. WATERHORSE is beautifully filmed, capturing the beauty of Scotland.
The movie tells the legend of the water horse that lives for one generation and when he is ready to die, lays an egg from which a new water horse is hatched to grow up on its own. Angus McMurrow is a troubled young lad, his father has gone off to war and he and his mother and sister are left to manage their farm. Their world is invaded by British soldiers coming to protect England from the Germans, presenting new challenges for young Angus. He finds the water horse egg and when it hatches, he helps the creature grow by feeding it scraps and keeping it in the bath tub. This story may bring back memories of ET for some.

Be sure to visit the official website at to see the new teaser for this video. It arrives in stores July 8. Go to Batman-Gotham for an interview with writer Alan Barnett. More information about the video can be found below in the DVD section.

BATMAN GOTHAM KNIGHT is a fresh and exciting new entry into the Batman mythos, spinning out of a 40-year history in animation including the Emmy®-winning "Batman: The Animated Series," widely considered a pivotal moment in American animation. A cross section of distinguished creators, award winning producers, and acclaimed writers weave six interlocking stories that reveal Bruce Wayne's journey to The Dark Knight, each with stylish art from some of the world's most revered animation visionaries. BATMAN GOTHAM KNIGHT will arrive July 8, 2008 on DVD and Blu-Ray Disc, and will also be available On Demand via digital cable and for download through broadband sites.
Below is the official trailer from Warner Bros: Gotham_Knight_WVBAT-A0010_300.asx

Warner Bros. is pushing the limits on this one. The graphics and music are wonderful. The Batman story is one I have enjoyed for years -- along with others in my family. I can't wait to see this video. Go to Gotham-Knight for more information.

For more information on other DVDs that have just been released and reviewed, go to New DVDs

Season four of SCI FI Channel's original series Stargate Atlantis drops on DVD July 8 from MGM Home Entertainment. The DVD set of the fourth season--in which former Stargate SG-1 star Amanda Tapping joins Atlantis as a regular cast member-- is timed to the release of the new feature-length DVD and Blu-ray premiere of STARGATE CONTINUUM on July 29. The Atlantis DVD set includes 20 episodes on five discs, as well as cast and crew commentaries, deleted scenes, photo galleries, the first Atlantis blooper reel and more. The DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $49.98.

Release Date: April 22, 2008
Official website:

It happens to one. Then another. And another. College students discover eerie voicemail messages on their cell phones. Each call comes from the near future. Each call has the chilling voice of the student during his or her last moments alive. And each call comes true. Terror is One Missed Call away in this got-your-number shocker based on the hit Japanese thriller Chakushin ari. Does the viral spree of calls have a single source? Is there something that links the victims? Psych student Beth Raymond (Shannyn Sossamon) and detective Jack Andrews (Ed Burns) scramble for answers. And they?re working fast. Because Beth just discovered an ominous message. Director: Eric Valette Actors: Edward Burns, Shannyn Sossamon, Azura Skye

Warner Bros. Clips:
All Connected: :46 connected_300.asx

Fire at St. Lukes 1:17 at_st_lukes_300.asx

SF Publications

CT #152 Cult Times Issue #152: DOCTOR WHO: Douglas MacKinnon talks about directing the two-part story that brings the Doctor, Donna and Martha together for the first time. BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: Jamie Bamber looks ahead to Lee 'Apollo' Adama's new life outside of a Viper. But will a career change keep him out of harm's way? LOST: Michael Emerson (Ben) talks about what's ahead for the show.

TV Zone #228 TV Zone #228: PUSHING DAISIES: Star Anna Friel said ‘Never again,’ after her first attempt to make it in Hollywood - but the quirky style of the series lured her back to Los Angeles. She talks about why she reckons the series' success is a testament to the appeal of old-fashioned romance. BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: Actress Rekha Sharma has discovered her true, Cylon, nature. She discusses her nerves during her first days on set, and discovering her new role.

TV Zone Special #81 TV Zone Special #81: BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: This massive 60-page overview lets you recap the series. There are inerviews with many of the cast, including Katee Sackhoff, Callum Keith Rennie, Michael Trucco, Alessandro Juliani. Also hear from some of the behind-the-scenes folks -- Richard Hudolin and Douglas McLean - production designers; Glenne Campbell - costume design and Gerald Gibbons - hair stylist.

The Works #20 The Works #20: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - Director Tim Burton and stars Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter discuss the latest version of the classic tale of the man hell-bent on revenge who still finds time to do the occasional short back, sides… and throat! I AM LEGEND - Director Francis Lawrence talks about the process of bringing Richard Matheson's novel to the screen again, and star Will Smith chats about acting alone; STARGATE SG-1's Amanda Tapping talks about the SG-1 team taking its adventures to the next level with the release of the straight-to-DVD movie The Ark of Truth.

Starburst #362 Starburst Issue #362: IRON MAN - Get to see the nuts (and bolts) over the metal clad superhero with a double feature. Robert Downey Jr. talks about what attracted him to the franchise to play the eponymous hero. Videogame Game producer Kevin Boyle gives insider info on what is sure to be the biggest tie-in of the year. STAR TREK 11: Simon Pegg talks about landing the part of Scotty in JJ Abrams Trek reboot. THE INCREDIBLE HULK - Star Tim Roth tells us what attracted him to the role of evil super villain Emil Blonksy and taking on the mean, green, blockbuster machine. SANCTUARY: Amanda Tapping talks about all things Stargate and her new series Sanctuary. SMALLVILLE: Aaron Ashmore, aka photographer Jimmy Olsen, celebrates his role on the show.

Be sure to drop over to Titan Magazine's website for updates on magazines associated with specific shows like 24, ALIAS, ANGEL, BUFFY, CHARMED, LOST, PRISON BREAK, SMALLVILLE and STARGATE SG-1.

Comic Books

Thor #10 THOR #10
Written by J. Michael Straczynski, pencils and cover by Olivier Coipel.

As the Asgardians returned to this life and Thor returned to Midgard, so came the ills that have plagued the gods and man for millennia. Now for the first time since their rebirth, Thor and his fellow hero-gods are venturing forth from the Shining City to confront the growing evils that amass on their horizon...and within their walls... 32 pages, $2.99.

Dark Horse Comics

Dr. Henry Jones, Jr. sets out on another globe-hopping adventure in Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods, the all-new mini-series filled with ancient treasures, Nazis, and a spectacular cover by Tony Harris (Ex Machina)!

Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Paul Jenkins, penciled by Ron Garney and Ramon Bachs, cover by Steve McNiven.
Experience Civil War and its major tie-ins in chronological order! In Captain America #25, find out what happens next in the life of the Sentinel of Liberty! The biggest Cap story that Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting have yet to tell, "Death of a Dream" will stun readers and send shockwaves through the entire Marvel Universe for the next year and it begins here! And in Civil War: The Confession, the team that brought you the start of Civil War with the New Avengers: Illuminati special presents a heart-wrenching finale. Two of the Marvel heroes most affected by the shocking conclusion of the war get together one last time. What is said between them will set the course of the Marvel Universe for years to come.

The Twelve #6 THE TWELVE #6
Written by J. Michael Straczynski, penciled by Chris Weston, cover by Paolo Rivera.
The Laughing Mask--behind bars! Secrets of the Black Widow--revealed! Dynamic Man kicks ass! The Blue Blade bombs out! And the truth behind the origin of underground secret agent Rockman!

Dr. Who Classics #1 DOCTOR WHO CLASSICS #1
by Pat Mills, Wagner & Gibbons

IDW Publishing is proud to kick off its Doctor Who line with monthly re-presentations of classic Doctor Who comics, featuring some of the best talents in the business! Up first, adventures featuring the fourth doctor courtesy of Pat Mills, John Wagner, and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen). Each issue will feature all-new state-of-the-art coloring by color artist Charlie Kirchoff, as well as an all-new cover by Joe Corroney (Star Trek).
Here's how IDW describes the issue:
"The legendary Doctor Who is back, with the first-ever stories created exclusively for the U.S. market. The Doctor is the last of the Time Lords, survivors of a Great Time War and, along with his loyal friend and companion Martha Jones from London, they stop oppression, darkness and evil spreading throughout the galaxies. They're also on the hunt for the best chocolate milkshakes in the cosmosŠ and while they track that down, someone else has the Doctor in their sights. As the very last Time Lord out there, he's highly collectable, to the right people..."


Marvel Adventures The Avengers #17 will arrive in stores on Oct. 17 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by J. Michael Straczynski, with art and cover by Joe Quesada. Here's how Marvel describes the issue:
"Ok, you're a super hero. And you've got to fight a robot. But while the robot can punch and blast you with lasers, you can't touch him. That's a problem, right? That's what the Avengers are up against when they encounter The Vision!"

Marvel Adventures The Avengers #17 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

Silver Surfer: Reqiuem #4 will arrive in stores on August 29 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by J. Michael Straczynski, with art and cover by Esad Ribic. Here's how Marvel describes the issue:
"For untold years, Norrin Radd surfed the galaxy, exploring the darkness between stars, witnessing the rise and fall of vast civilizations. Now his ride comes to an end. Zenn-La, the planet of his birth, the planet he saved through his own sacrifice -- the Silver Surfer crossed the galaxy to draw his last breath here. He¹s home. What waits for him?"
Silver Surfer: Reqiuem #4 will be 32 pages and will cost $3.99.

THE SITE IS NOW COMPLETE! If you are a fan of old series, you just have to visit". While BABYLON 5 is not listed, there are a lot of my old favorites, including IT TAKES A THIEF, IRONSIDE, AIRWOLF, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (all of them), THE PRETENDER, REMINGTON STEELE, HART TO HART, ROSWELL, MIAMI VICE, BIONIC WOMAN, THE SIXTH SENSE, JOHN DOE, 24 -- and many, many more. The list of movies available is pretty good as well, including ALIEN (4 of them), PLANET OF THE APES, X-FILES, X-MEN (2) and more. I can see that I'll be spending a lot more time on-line in the very near future. Now that the first season of BABYLON 5 has been made available, we can only wait to see what other favorites will follow.
There are some great series for the kids, including FLIPPER and ASTRO BOY. The best part -- IT IS FREE!


David Allen Brooks Tim Choate Galen - Peter Woodward

You do NOT have to pay the prices asked for over at e-bay! Here are photos of B5 and Crusade cast members at fantastic prices. Check out Photo Shop. Ordering is easy -- and you can't beat the prices! Just let me know which photos you want and I'll check to make sure they are still in stock.


May 30-June 1, 2008
The Wrath of Con
Place: Panama City Beach, Florida
B5 Guest: Jerry Doyle

For more information on the con, go to

June 6-8, 2008
Place: Hyatt Regency DFW City: Dallas, Texas
Guests: Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Frederic Lane, Chad Lindberg, Steve Carlson
For more information, go to

June 20-22, 2008
Place: Crowne Plaza Meadowlands Hotel, 2 Harmon Plaza
B5 Guest: Tony Todd
Other Guests: James Marsters, Art Hindle, George Romero
For more information, go to

July 4-6, 2008
Place: Kalamazoo,Michigan
B5 Guests: Jason Carter
Other Guests: Tons of people from Star Trek, Andromeda and others
For more information, go to

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS! Creation Entertainment has a large number of conventions planned for the next several months. They include stars from STARGATE, ENTERPRISE, FARSCAPE, XENA, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, etc. Check out their calendar to see if one will be in your neighborhood soon. Don't miss their Videos page as well. It is full of some priceless video from a number of conventions.

Be sure to visit the referenced sites to see if there have been changes in dates/guests attending. Visit our Convention Calendar for a full listing of upcoming conventions.


The front page of the The Zocalo Today changes daily, so be sure to check the back issues to make sure that you haven't missed anything IMPORTANT! I don't want the front page getting too long so I shift information periodically into the archives. So if you aren't a regular visitor to The Zocalo Today, be sure to check out the back issues. Just use the button above!

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