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The Zocalo Today
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Saturday, July 9, 2005:
SHORE LEAVE THIS WEEKEND:
Two of my very most favorite people -- Pat Tallman and Jeffrey Willerth will be there! Shore Leave is always an outstanding
convention. Lots of guests -- lots of fun. I plan to visit on Sunday. For information on the convention, see the convention calendar below or
go to http://www.shore-leave.com/ for the complete schedule of activities.
Ranger Bill reports that he'll be at Shore Leave as well -- lurking about as Kosh -- our favorite Vorlon friend. He'll also be *emerging*
Saturday night on stage during the Masquerade contest. (For those of you who have never been to Shore Leave, the costume contest
is absolutely AWESOME!) FANTASTIC FOUR:
For fans of science fiction, this is a very crowded movie weekend. There's WAR OF THE WORLDS, BATMAN BEGINS and now 20th Century
Fox's FANTASTIC FOUR. Also opening this weekend is Buena Vista Pictures' horror remake DARK WATER, starring Jennifer Connelly.
Fox originally planned the Marvel comic book adaptation to bow on the Fourth of July weekend and even had ballyhooed a "Fantastic 4th"
in early materials for the film, but when WAR OF THE WORLDS selected this coveted date for release Fox backed down, shifting back a
week its hopeful summer bonanza. It remains to be seen whether the strategy will work. Opening just nine days after the Steven Spielberg-
Tom Cruise machine took over popular culture for the holiday, "Four" hopes to do some clobbering in 3,602 theaters.
Rated PG-13, the film stars Ioan Gruffudd as Mr. Fantastic, Michael Chiklis as the Thing, Jessica Alba as Invisible Woman and Chris Evans
as Human Torch. With a lesser-known cast and an inexperienced action-adventure director in Tim Story ("Barbershop," "Taxi"), Fox is fielding
a number of unknown variables. Many in the industry predict that if the boxoffice wasn't in the middle of a slump, the film likely would cross
the $40 million mark. But considering how off the boxoffice is this year, conservative estimates are running in the mid- to high-$30 million
JUSTICE LEAGUE VIDEO GAME:
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced the production of a Justice League of America video game for the Sony PlayStation2
and Microsoft Xbox. The roleplaying game is set for a fall 2006 release. Featured super-heroes will include Superman, Batman, The Flash,
Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, and Zatanna. Each super hero will possess unique super powers that are character-specific,
creating a variety of fighting styles for players to use.
Hurricane Entertainment has announced that four-time Academy Award winner Ben Burtt has been attached to direct the live action feature
film adaptation of their flagship comic book property CHASSIS. Having worked alongside George Lucas since 1975, Ben Burtt has won four
Academy Awards and has been nominated ten times for his sound design work and sound editing on; "Star Wars," "Raiders of the Lost Ark,"
"ET" and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade". He has directed the "Young Indiana Jones" movie; "Attack of the Hawkmen" as well as the
IMAX films, "Blue Planet," and "Special Effects". Burtt's most recent work includes editing the current "Star Wars" prequels as well as creating
a new sound division for Pixar Animation. CHASSIS is set in the world of rocket car racing in a retro-futuristic 1949. "It's the story of a young
woman who longs to be a rocket racer but her father won't allow it. Partly due to the dangers involved in the high speed race, but mostly because
of the dangerous and nefarious men who run the sport," said Chassis creator and President of Hurricane Entertainment, William O'Neill.
For the San Diego Comic Con, Hurricane and Ben Burtt have created a four minute live action short to show off the world of CHASSIS to the
public. "We have some fantastic CGI shots of the rocket cars that just blew me away." Said Jan Utstein-O'Neill. "They were created by the
very talented folks at Third Floor Studios, a start-up company consisting of the team that did the pre-visualization on "Star Wars: Episode
III Revenge of the Sith". The short will have its world premiere next week at the San Diego Comic Con, Saturday, July 16TH at 1 PM, in
room 5-AB. Hurricane Entertainment will also be premiering a special convention exclusive Chassis Comic Book at their booth, number
2205. Included is a short story written and drawn by William O'Neill, an exclusive interview with Ben Burtt, and a glorious cover by Ryan
Church. It will have a very limited print run of only 1500.
The official website for Paramount Pictures' sci-fi actioner AEON FLUX, set to hit theaters later this year, has been updated. At the site,
you can get a first peek at the upcoming comic book adaptation from Dark Horse Comics, a new video clip Charlize Theron and Sophie
Okonedo (who plays Sithandra) and a photo gallery with 33 images from the anticipated film. Based on the MTV animated series created
by Peter Chung, AEON FLUX is set 400 years in the future, when disease has wiped out the majority of the earth's population except for
one walled, protected city-state, Bregna, ruled by a congress of scientists. The story centers on Aeon Flux (Theron), the top operative in
the underground 'Monican' rebellion - led by The Handler (Frances McDormand). When Aeon is sent on a mission to kill a government
leader, she uncovers a world of secrets. Directed by Karyn Kusama, the film also stars Marton Csokas, Jonny Lee Miller, Pete Postlethwaite,
Amelia Warner and Caroline Chikezie.
Mark your calendars! On Monday night at 10:00pm ET, SciFi will offer a preview of their Sci-Fi Friday line-up. There will be behind-
the-scenes looks at STARGATE SG-1, STARGATE ATLANTIS and BATTLESTAR GALACTICA. So be sure to watch.
Don't miss this week's TV Guide. You will enjoy the three newsstand covers to choose from: Amanda Tapping & Ben Browder (Stargate SG-1),
Tricia Helfer & James Callis (Battlestar Galactica) and Rachel Luttrell & Joe Flanigan (Stargate Atlantis). Matt Roush provides some previews
for each series -- and some spoiler material as well for BATTLESTAR GALACTICA. So beware.
TOP SCIENCE FICTION NEWS STORIES:
To catch up on the latest news from this week -- and last month, go to News Page.
You'll find the everything from our front page -- but over a longer period of time.
SAN DIEGO COMIC CON
Online specialty retailer FAB Gear (Fabgearusa.com) is sponsoring FABHUNT! at this year's San Diego Comic Con International,
July 14th-17th at the San Diego Convention Center. The company will distribute promotional color postcards at various intervals
and locations around the convention center. The postcards show a coupon code for 5% off any online order but 5 postcards will
have a different code which is redeemable at the company's website for a free Product Enterprise Gerry Anderson die cast
vehicle including a SHADOmobile, Skydiver, or the Moonbase Interceptor & UFO from "UFO", or Rescue, Lab Pod or Freighter
Eagles from "Space: 1999", Supercar, Stingray, Fireball XL5, or any other Product Enterprise diecast vehicle due for release in
2005. The postcards feature an illustration by Eric Kachelhofer of the Eagle spacecraft from the TV series "Space: 1999", which
was produced by Gerry Anderson. The coupon codes can be found on the back of the cards. To see if you've won the FABHUNT!,
go to Fabgearusa.com and enter an order for any Product Enterprise die cast
vehicle, then enter the code when prompted at checkout. If your code is a winner, the item's price will drop to $0.00. The cards
may also be mailed in to redeem the prize. Approximate value of each prize is $95.00, including shipping. No purchase is
necessary, and the winning postcards must be redeemed by September 31st, 2005. Postcards are not redeemable for
cash value. Each winning card is good for one (1) prize, including free ground shipping in the continental United States.
Supermarionation Replica Collection products are not included in the contest. FABHUNT! and FAB Gear are trademarks of
Proteus Media Group, all rights reserved. FAB Gear is the North American headquarters for Gerry Anderson fans. The
company is named after the popular call sign from Anderson's Supermarionation series Thunderbirds, "F.A.B.!", which stands for
nothing at all, according to Gerry Anderson. Fab was simply a popular slang term when the series was produced in 1965, and
the producer adopted it for the show. The company's website is Fabgearusa.com.
I think the SciFi Channel has a good thing going with SciFi Friday -- a strong line-up of programs along a single theme. Do
you think this would work with other networks? Should NBC or ABC move shows around so that they are more closely
grouped by genre?
Send in your thoughts and comments to email@example.com. 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.
KEEPING UP WITH CAST AND CREW
BILL MUMY - TONIGHT
Bill Mumy's group, THE JENERATORS, will be playing at Rusty's Surf Ranch on the Santa
Monica Pier Saturday, July 9 beginning at 9:00pm. They will only play one set so
don't miss it. Reservations are recommended - Call 310-393-7437.
Jenerators are: Tom Hebenstreit, Miguel Ferrer, David Jolliffe, Bill Mumy Gary Stockdale
Ranger Ann reports that PAX TV has changed its name "independent Television". Go to
on that. Bruce's series, YOUNG BLADES has been moved to a new night & time: Saturdays
at 7pm ET. They are still in reruns with "To Heir is Human" today (7/2) & "The Chameleon"
on 7/9. As a result of the network's new name, the Young Blades webpage has a new address:
www.ionline.tv/shows/yngblad. No word as yet
on whether or not there will be a second season for the series.
Bruce's TV movie SNAKEHEAD TERROR will air this Sunday night at 9pm ET on SCIFI.
Pat, who we all know and love as Lyta on Babylon 5, also has an extensive history in horror films -- NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, etc. She
was recently interviewed by the Icons of Fright website and you can read more about this side of Pat's career at
Icons of Fright. Pat sent along this note for horror fans out there. LAND OF THE DEAD will premiere shortly and you won't want to
miss a thing. Pat writes:
" Dear Horror Fans!
Last night I was invited to see the Los Angeles premiere of George A. Romero's LAND OF THE DEAD. It stars Simon Baker ( a Penny Lane
supporter and star of the tv show "The Guardian") , John Legiuzamo, Dennis Hopper and more. It was great! I am very squeamish when it
comes to horror movies, ironically, and I have to say I missed a lot of KNB's incredible effects burying my face during the worst of it. They
were so REAL! The acting was great, we even laughed a lot ( intentional on George's part!) , the evening was a huge success. He got great
reviews in Variety and the Hollywood Reporter. George hasn't made a film in a while as you may know. He is the best when it comes to
these kinds of movies. He started the zombie craze!! It's so wild because he is the warmest and kindest guy. AND he needs our help.
Universal hasn't put very much money into advertisement. What a film makes in it's opening weekend determines the studio's future
decisions about what films will be made and filmmakers will make them! It is imperative we go out and see LAND OF THE DEAD this
weekend and cast our vote! If you want to see more sci fi and horror films made, make sure you see the ones that come out on the
opening weekend! Please take a friend and go be entertained this weekend by seeing Land Of The Dead! Cast that vote!
Dennis Madalone was the stunt coordinator on many Star Trek series. He's also a singer and is giving away
DVDs and CDs in lieu for donations to charities on his home page. Pat Tallman's Penny lane will
be added to that charity listing this week. Check out Dennis' website at
Pat's sister Mary is working to make a difference -- she has signed up to run in two triathalons in Illinois to help raise funds
for cancer research. I have posted Mary's letter out at Pat
Tallman. Read about Mary's efforts and how you can help make a difference too.
Greetings, Friends of Penny Lane Centers,
We have Penny Lane Foster Children Graduating from:
Junior High, High School and Elementary School
Foster children are children whose parents are unable or unwilling to care for them. Penny Lane Foster Children are in loving,
nurturing and supervised and specially trained foster homes throughout the community. Every child deserves to be loved and
Help Penny Lane celebrate this milestone for the foster children in our care. We would like to provide special gifts for our
Video Games ( PG 13 preferred )
Please share this wish list with friends and associates!
Visit our website www.pennylane.org to learn more about the positive programs Penny
Lane provides to foster children, youth, and our community.
SPECIAL CAST ACTIVITIES: To learn more about what cast members are doing away from the tube,
go to CAST ACTIVITIES page.
IN MEMORY OF: While 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.
BABYLON 5 BIRTHDAYS
Jerry Doyle - July 16
J. Michael Straczynski - July 17
David Warner - July 29
If there is anyone we have missed, be sure to drop me a note so that I can add them to our Cast and Crew Birthday Listing.
We want to include everyone in our Happy Birthday Wishes.
The second part of A Matter of Honor, by Sally Malcolm, is scheduled to be released in early September 2005. The story follows
on from the events of A Matter of Honor, as the team attempt to rescue Major Henry Boyd and the SG-10 team from the black
But the rescue attempt has unforeseen consequences which force them to confront a monstrous secret on the homeworld of
This 63-card set collects all 20 Season One episodes in one set, with three cards outlining each exciting episode with 3 images
and a plot synopsis. 12 packs per box, 5 cards per pack. Also available is a collector's trading card binder. Five cards per pack.
40 packs per box. (CAUT: 4)
SERENITY PREMIUM CARDS, BINDER, & PRESS SHEET
Inkworks brings the amazing space adventure film, Serenity, to a premium set of trading cards. Oscar- and Emmy-nominated writer/
director Joss Whedon - responsible for the worldwide TV phenomena Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel - now applies his trademark
compassion and wit to his film about a small band of galactic outcasts, first brought to audiences in the cult-hit FOX TV series, Firefly.
The 72-card series features the amazing story and special effects of the highly anticipated film. Also available is a collector's trading
card binder and a mini press sheet. Six cards per pack. 36 packs per box. (CAUT: 4)
"RENEGADES" MINI-PRESS SHEET..........$69.95
DVD NEWS AND REVIEWS
NEW DVDS COMING
24: Season Four
Starring: Kiefer Sutherland
Released: 8th August 2005
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced the release of 24: Season Four for the 8th of August. No additional details are
available as yet. Stay tuned for updates.
ET: THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL
Starring: Henry Thomas
Released: 23rd August 2005
Universal has announced a single disc re-release of the classic Steven Spielberg film E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial for the 23rd of August,
priced at around $19.98. The disc will feature an anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1) transfer, both DTS ES 5.1 and Dolby Digital 5.1 EX
audio, an exclusive audio track of John Williams' magical score, 'The Reunion: E.T.'s Family and Friends' featurette, a 'Behind-the-Scenes
with Composer John Williams' featurette, the original theatrical trailer, exclusive production photos and concept drawings, and an 'E.T.'s
Interactive Space Tour' feature. A separate pan and scan release will also be available at the same time.
ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN DVD
Warner Home Video has announced an Oct. 18 release date for THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN: The Complete First Season,
a five-disc set featuring the television series from the 1950s that starred George Reeve as Superman. Here is how Warner
describes the collection:
"It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman! The legendary Man of Steel, last survivor of the doomed planet Krypton lives on earth,
assuming the secret identity of Clark Kent, mild-mannered reporter for the Metropolis Daily Planet. But with powers and abilities
far beyond those of mortal men, he battles for truth and justice as Superman. This is the first Superman TV series! Originally
aired in the 1950's, it featured George Reeves as Superman and enjoyed tremendous success during its broadcast. The TV
series premise was established a year before its broadcast via the theatrical release of Superman and The Mole Men in 1951."
Starburst #326: FANTASTIC FOUR: Ioan Gruffudd discusses his lead role as Mr Fantastic in the big screen
comic adaptation, and talks about some of the fabulous CGI special effects used in the movie. DOCTOR WHO's
writer and executive producer Russell T Davies looks to the future as he prepares to steer the next 28 confirmed
instalments of the hit series, including two Christmas specials. Also BATMAN BEGINS' director Christopher Nolan,
scriptwriter David S Goyer, stars Katie Holmes & Michael Caine talk about this blockbuster movie.
Cult Times #118: STARGATE SG-1: Michael Shanks talks about returning to his Daniel
Jackson character for the ninth season with new cast members and new adventures ahead. Also in
this issue, The Shield's Glenn Close joins the series as tough-talking Captain Monica Rawling.
She explains why she decided to try her hand at series television
TV Zone #191: BATTLESTAR GALACTICA's star Katee Sackhoff has been braving the elements –
and nearly catching hypothermia shooting the series! She tells TV Zone what her character
Lt Starbuck will be getting up to in Season Two of the hit Space Opera. STARGATE Producer
John Smith reveals the trials of getting a last-minute go-ahead for Season Nine of Stargate
SG-1, and discusses the future of its sister show Atlantis.
Cult Times Special #34: DOCTOR WHO: This issue can be a primer for Doctor Who fans. After a nine-year absence, 2005
marked the return of Doctor Who, bigger and better than ever before. Under the guidance of Russell T Davies, it's moved from being
a fondly-remembered piece of kitsch to a vital, ratings-grabbing part of the BBC's schedule. You get an in-depth look at the past,
present and future of the galaxy's best-loved Time Lord. New to DOCTOR WHO? This issue will give you a look at the 26 years of
DOCTOR WHO. This guide features the high points of the series so far and the facts you need to know to fully immerse yourself in the
Whoniverse! Also included in this issue, SMALLVILLE's executive producer Alfred Gough looks back on the fourth season of this
pre-Superman Clark Kent and tells us why he thinks it's the best year yet! Paul McGillion talks about his role as Dr. Beckett in
STARGATE ATLANTIS and BATTLESTAR GALACTICA's Edward James Olmos looks at the series cliffhanger.
TV Zone Special #63: DOCTOR WHO: "You can wait 16 years for a new Doctor, and then two
come along. We take a sensational voyage through the new series with a wealth of interviews and features,
plus a glimpse of things to come for David Tennant in Season 2!" THE DEAD ZONE is coming back and
This issue has an interview with producer Robert Petrovich who reveals challenging aspects of the new
season’s shoot, and why it should appeal to new and long-term fans.
Expose #94: HARRY POTTER: In this issue, you'll learn more about the weird and wonderful world of
unlicensed fan fiction as it pushes back the boundaries of JK Rowling’s fictional world… and, in some cases, the
boundaries of taste. HERCULES: NBC’s new mini-series explores the darker side of the Greek hero. Meet star
Paul Telfer as he talks about taking the character back to his murderously gory origins, and how he pushed to
play the character with an English accent.
Starburst Special #69: STAR WARS SPECIAL: This issue contains: The Complete History -- From
The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi, we look at the complete six-chapter epic; Dark Influences -- 10
ways the Star Wars trilogy has influenced Revenge of the Sith, and Archive Interviews -- Original Starburst
interviews with Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Empire Strikes Back director Irvin Kirshner and
Return of the Jedi director Richard Marquand.
FANTASTIC FOUR #529
Fantastic Four #529 will arrive in stores on July 27 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by J. Michael Straczynski,
with art and cover by Mike McKone.
Here's how Marvel describes the issue:
"'Appointment Overdue!' Reed's got a rendezvous to keep at the edge of space‹but in order to reach it, he's going to have to work his
way through a battalion of America's best-trained fighting men!"
Fantastic Four #529 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.50.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #523
Written by J. Michael Straczynski, penciled by Mike Deodato, cover by Terry Dodson.
"Moving Up." It's the sensational Spider-Man versus the horrendous hordes of Hydra as the villainous organization makes
its final push to seize control of the country! Standing in the way? Everyone's favorite wall-crawler. But will Spidey have
enough left in the tank to take out the group of terrorists and save the day? Part 5 of 6.
32 pages, $2.50, in stores on Aug. 3.
FANTASTIC FOUR #530
Written by J. Michael Straczynski, pencils and cover by Mike McKone.
It's a reunion with destiny as the Fantastic Four once more brave the hazards of outer space for a rendezvous with a fateful
cosmic storm And the secret that lies therein!
32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Aug. 24.
SUPREME POWER #18
Written by J. Michael Straczynski, pencils and cover by Gary Frank.
"Exhibit R: The Statement of Mark Milton." Hyperion's world is turned upside down when his dark secret is exposed to the entire world.
But the worst is yet to come... Next month's news will blow you away!
32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Aug. 31.
STRANGE: BEGINNINGS AND ENDINGS TPB
Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Sara "Samm" Barnes, penciled by Brandon Peterson, cover by Peterson.
Brash young surgeon Dr. Stephen Strange is on a collision course with destiny -- a journey that will force him to search the
deepest corners of his own heartŠand the outer reaches of the cosmos! Masters of the comic-book medium J. Michael
Straczynski, Samm Barnes and Brandon Peterson chronicle the adventures of the Master of the Mystic Arts in the year's
most highly anticipated origin story! Collects Strange #1-6.
144 pages, $17.99.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #522
Written by J. Michael Straczynski, penciled by Mike Deodato, cover by Kaare Andrews.
It's an action-packed extravaganza as the hordes of Hydra make a final push to take over the United States!!
And it's up to everyone's favorite red, white, and blue web-slinger to make sure that "Hail Hydra" isn't the new
COMIC BOOKS: For a listing of current comic books written by J. Michael Straczynski, go to
JMS COMIC BOOKS page. There is a brief synopsis of the
book and a date when publication is expected. Issued covered are AMAZING SPIDERMAN, FANTASTIC FOUR, STRANGE,
RISING STARS, and others.
For other comic book titles for such shows as STARGATE, SERENITY, CSI, ANGEL, etc., go to
COMIC BOOKS - OTHER TITLES.
Tye Bourdony has sent along his latest satires for your enjoyment.
TV SCHEDULE ON SCIFI CHANNEL
07/11/2005 06:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 PROPHECY
07/11/2005 07:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 THE WARRIOR
07/11/2005 08:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 MENACE
07/11/2005 09:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 SENTINEL
07/13/2005 06:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 FULL CIRCLE
07/14/2005 06:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 CHILDREN OF THE GODS - PT 1
07/15/2005 06:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 CHILDREN OF THE GODS - PT 2
07/15/2005 08:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 (SEASON 9) AVALON - PT 1
07/15/2005 11:00 PM STARGATE SG-1 (SEASON 9) AVALON - PT 1
07/15/2005 09:00 PM STARGATE ATLANTIS (SEASON 2) THE SIEGE - PT 3
07/15/2005 12:00 AM STARGATE ATLANTIS (SEASON 2) THE SIEGE - PT 3
07/22/2005 09:00 PM STARGATE ATLANTIS (SEASON 2) THE INTRUDER
07/22/2005 12:00 AM STARGATE ATLANTIS (SEASON 2) THE INTRUDER
07/29/2005 09:00 PM STARGATE ATLANTIS (SEASON 2) RUNNER
07/29/2005 12:00 AM STARGATE ATLANTIS (SEASON 2) RUNNER
07/15/2005 10:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) SCATTERED
07/15/2005 01:00 AM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) SCATTERED
07/18/2005 11:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) SCATTERED
07/22/2005 10:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) VALLEY OF DARKNESS
07/22/2005 11:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) VALLEY OF DARKNESS
07/25/2005 11:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) VALLEY OF DARKNESS
07/29/2005 08:00 AM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) BATTLESTAR GALACTICA PART 1
07/29/2005 09:00 AM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) BATTLESTAR GALACTICA PART 2
07/29/2005 10:00 AM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) BATTLESTAR GALACTICA PART 3
07/29/2005 11:00 AM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) LOST PLANET OF THE GODS PART 1
07/29/2005 12:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) LOST PLANET OF THE GODS PART 2
07/29/2005 01:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) THE LONG PATROL
07/29/2005 02:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) THE GUN ON ICE PLANET ZERO PART 1
07/29/2005 03:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (1970S) THE GUN ON ICE PLANET ZERO PART 2
07/29/2005 10:00 PM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) FRAGGED
07/29/2005 01:00 AM BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (SEASON 2) FRAGGED
BABYLON 5/CRUSADE PHOTOSHOP PHOTOS
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July 8-10, 2005
Shore Leave 27
Emphasis: Media SF
B5 Guests: Patricia Tallman, Jeffrey Willerth, Malachi Throne
Other Guests: Mary McDonnell, Steve Bacic, Danny Strong, Alexis Cruz, Joanna Cassidy, Mark Goddard,
Chase Masterson, William Windom
Location: Marriott's Hunt Valley Inn, Hunt Valley, MD.
Nearest city: Baltimore, Maryland
For more information, visit their website at http://www.shore-leave.com
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-496-4456, PO Box 6809, Towson, MD 21285-6809
July 8-10, 2005
OFFICIAL STARGATE SG-1 CONVENTION TOUR
Location: Burbank, California
Guests: Christopher Judge, Michael Shanks, Torri Higginson, Don S. Davis, Teryl Rothery, Dan Shea, Peter Williams
For more information, go to: http://www.fansofstargate.com/
July 14-17, 2005
SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON
Place: San Diego Convention Center
Guests: J. Michael Straczynski
Go to http://www.comic-con.org/cci/ for more details
about the event.
July 15-17, 2005
Continuum 3: creatures natural and unnatural
Place: The Hilton
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Confirmed Guests: Neil Gaiman (American Gods; Coraline; The Sandman), Poppy Z. Brite (Liquor; Exquisite Corpse;
Lost Souls), Richard Harland (The Eddon & Vail Series; The Ferren Trilogy)
For more information, visit their website at http://www.continuum.org.au
July 15-17, 2005
OFFICIAL STARGATE SG-1 CONVENTION TOUR
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Guests: Christopher Judge, Michael Shanks, Don S. Davis, Teryl Rothery, Tony Amendola, Peter Williams
For more information, go to: http://www.fansofstargate.com/
July 25-August 1, 2005
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Guests: Gary Jones, Dan Shea, Colin Cunningham, Alex Zahara, Jason Schombing, Steve Bacic, Dan Payne, Kevin Durand, Andrew Jackson, Aaron Douglas, Tahmoh Penikett, Andrew Kavadas, John Novak, David Winning, Lorena Gale, Alonso Oyarzun
For more information, go to: http://www.gatecon.com/
July 30-31, 2005
Pittsburgh Toy Show
City: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Place: Pittsburgh Expomart - Monroeville
For more information visit www.pittsburghtoyshow.com
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