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A feature of the Babylon 5 Universe is the sanctioned canonicity of many of its offshoot novels and [[Comics|comic book stories]]; all of the later Babylon 5 novels have been based on outlines written directly by [[JMS]]. and are considered to be canonical, while the earlier Dell ones are not. The exceptions being book 9 [[To Dream in the City of Sorrows]] which is said in the introduction by Straczynski to be ''"...considered as authentic as any episode in the regular series."'' and book 7
 
A feature of the Babylon 5 Universe is the sanctioned canonicity of many of its offshoot novels and [[Comics|comic book stories]]; all of the later Babylon 5 novels have been based on outlines written directly by [[JMS]]. and are considered to be canonical, while the earlier Dell ones are not. The exceptions being book 9 [[To Dream in the City of Sorrows]] which is said in the introduction by Straczynski to be ''"...considered as authentic as any episode in the regular series."'' and book 7
[[The Shadow Within]] Straczynski confirms in an on line posting that the novel is 90% canon that being the Anna/Morden/Icarus plotline.<ref>http://jmsnews.com/messages/message?id=9106</ref>
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[[The Shadow Within]] Straczynski confirms in an on line posting that the novel is 90% canon that being the Anna/Morden/Icarus plotline.
   
 
==Novels==
 
==Novels==

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