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J. Michael Straczynski
There have been many posts about the fact that could easily give infinitely better looking copies struck off the film masters they have in hand, but so far the latter hasn't shown any interest. Maybe if lots of folks tweeted them....
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Neil Gaiman 23 Jun 18
I read the piece you linked to on why it is the way it is.
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J. Michael Straczynski 23 Jun 18
Pretty detailed, and just confirms that yes, those versions are available. The studio has never really cared about the show. Still don't. Maddening.
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Tammy Smith 23 Jun 18
Yeah, the copies definitely could be better! They look blurry at times.
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martin fisher 23 Jun 18
The writing and acting more than makes up for it, day of the dead for example along with Sleeping in light. Get them wrong and the best CGI in the world cannot compensate
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Marc Bush 24 Jun 18
Hey it worked for so why not Babylon 5! We just need to get organised, back in to popular media. There’s an article at Engadget so hopefully more eyes on the product
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Chris Topolovich 23 Jun 18
being a tenured Hollywood Post Production Engineer, and a fan with the DVDs, I'd have to agree that, yes, what has is, for no good reason, softened compared to the DVDs. Is this what they consider "onboarding"??
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J. Michael Straczynski 23 Jun 18
Your guess is as good as mine and, given your background, probably better.
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2018 Wheat 23 Jun 18
I had to dig a bit in twitter to figure out what B5 meant lol
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Eric Smalling 24 Jun 18
Please make this happen and !
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machine ghost 24 Jun 18
and , get together and make a Babylon5 re-release that looks great!
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