This page is an official policy of The Babylon Project wiki. Any changes to the policy should be discussed at its discussion page

To create an encyclopedic reference of the Babylon 5 universe, we need a definition of what is considered part of that universe.

B5 Fiction[edit source]

The following is a compilation of Canon stories, as follows:

TV/DVD Movies[edit source]

TV Episodes[edit source]

Babylon 5[edit source]

Crusade[edit source]

Unproduced Crusade Scripts[edit source]

B5 Comics[edit source]

B5 Novels[edit source]

Psi Corps Trilogy[edit source]

Legions of Fire[edit source]

(Note: Though the stories are canon, the books contain a number of dating errors.)

The Passing of the Technomages[edit source]

Novelizations[edit source]

(Note: There are some minor differences between the novelizations and the filmed versions, in such instances, the filmed version takes precedence.)

B5 Short Stories[edit source]

Nonfiction[edit source]

JMS produced material, such as USENET postings, etc. which often state or clarify canon are considered official.

The following items are officially licensed products, or well-known accurate references and can be considered valid references unless contradicted by any of the above sources:

Publications[edit source]

Bo reading a copy of 'Dining on Babylon 5'.

Other Media[edit source]

Unauthorized Reference Guides[edit source]

Internet[edit source]

Official Sites[edit source]

The official sites below can be considered official references, but may be superseded by the B5 fiction or JMS info described above.

Fan Sites[edit source]

Fan sites should not be considered official references. They can be secondary references, if they cite their sources. The two sites below are excellent secondary references.

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