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Author: Thomasina Gibson
ISBN: 184023606X
Subcategory: Television
Pages 160 pages
Publisher Titan Books (August 2003)
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eBook Stargate SG-1 The Illustrated Companion Seasons 5 and 6 download

by Thomasina Gibson


Thomasina Gibson has been covering Stargate SG-1 for the genre press since her first visit to the set of the show in. .Stargate SG-1 Companion was through, in-depth and informative. Easy to follow and the characters, episodes, and background folks. S&H was prepared well also.

Thomasina Gibson has been covering Stargate SG-1 for the genre press since her first visit to the set of the show in Vancouver, during the filming of the pilot episode.

Hit sci-fi series Stargate SG-1 continues to reach new heights of popularity, as Colonel Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) and his elite military team, SG-1.

Hit sci-fi series Stargate SG-1 continues to reach new heights of popularity, as Colonel Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) and his elite military team, SG-1, explore the worlds and face challenges beyond the Stargate: a mysterious, ancient portal that allows instantaneous travel to remove planets throughout the universe.

The fifth season of the military science fiction television series Stargate SG-1 commenced airing on Showtime in the United States on June 29, 2001, concluded on Sky1 in the United Kingdom on February 6, 2002, and contained 22 episodes

The fifth season of the military science fiction television series Stargate SG-1 commenced airing on Showtime in the United States on June 29, 2001, concluded on Sky1 in the United Kingdom on February 6, 2002, and contained 22 episodes. The fifth season introduces future main character Jonas Quinn portrayed by Corin Nemec from 2002–2004.

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AUTHOR: Thomasina Gibson PUBLISHER: Titan Books RELEASE DATE: August 2003

AUTHOR: Thomasina Gibson PUBLISHER: Titan Books RELEASE DATE: August 2003.

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Thomasina Gibson has been covering Stargate SG-1 for the genre press . Stargate SG-1: The Illustrated Companion, the prefect book for Stargate fans alike.

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Stargate SG-1: The Illustrated Companion, Seasons 5 and 6. Thomasina Gibson. ISBN 10: 1840237228 ISBN 13: 9781840237221. Publisher: Titan Books Ltd, 2003.

This is the official companion to seasons 5 and 6 of the hit TV series spin-off from the blockbuster action-adventure movie Stargate. Colonel Jack ONeill, leader of an elite military team tries to learn the secrets of the Stargate, a mysterious ancient portal that allows instantaneous travel to remote planets throughout the universe.

Following on from Stargate SG-1: The Illustrated Companion, Volumes 1 and 2, which covered seasons 1 to 4, comes volume 3, coming right up to date, with full details of all the episodes in seasons 5 and 6! Featuring more exclusive new interviews with all the cast and crew, giving the in-depth, inside story of the hit sci-fi show; story synopses are followed by extensive commentary and detailed behind-the-scenes information.

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This is the first in set of episode guides to the TV science fiction series "Stargate SG-1", which formerly ran on Showtime in original release and now debuts new episodes on the Sci-Fi Channel. The existence of these guides is not too well known from what I gather, which may be because they're produced out of the UK by one of the genre specialists on that side of the pond.
Readers spoiled by the hefty and image-packed guides typical of "Star Trek", "The X-Files", or "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" will most definitely be very disappointed here. (For my money, the definitive ep guide is the one for "Deep Space Nine".) Other guides have dozens of photos (including color plates), large sections dedicated to set and costume design, cinematography, casting, and special effects, detailed actor and character biographies, cast and crew credits, and episode synopses, reviews, and ratings, usually with frank behind-the-scenes discussions from the writers, actors, and directors.
Here? Not so much. The entire two first seasons are jammed into one very small book, and each episode is addressed quite fleetingly. There's a fair bit of input from the actors, mostly Christopher Judge and Amanda Tapping, and a few pages at the end about the production side of the show, but on the whole, the material is thin and not at all revelatory. Far greater detail can be found at fan websites.
I'm discouraged to say that the hightest praise I can offer for this guide is a lukewarm "Well, it's better than nothing." So unless you're a hardcore fan who collects the action figures and everything else, give this one a pass.
Madi
A good companion to the first seasons of StarGate SG-1. It's got episode synopses and features on the main characters.
Rich Vulture
I was pretty disappointed to see that in an "illustrated" companion, the best they could do was one image per episode, and black and white no less. The pictures are fair, and sometimes grainy. No color, no sharp detail. Some look like the were scanned in using a low quality scanner.

The text is interesting at times, but if you're buying this to look at all the pictures, don't bother.
Jugore
Stargate SG-1 Companion was through, in-depth and informative. Easy to follow and the characters, episodes, and background folks. S&H was prepared well also.
Qumen
I love behind the scene stuff!

this is just what i needed.
The whole series of books rules!
Tantil
Gave great tidbits on the series.
Doriel
I would have likes all the illustrated companions in hardback cover to give a bit more protection but apart from that it's a really good read.
I bought this guide in hopes of learning a lot of background information about each episode. I was disappointed in what I found although it can be useful and interesting.
Covering the first two seasons the guide gives each episode a single B/W photo, a guest cast list, the writer and director (and sometimes who did the teleplay). This is followed by a quote from one of the characters in each episode, a one paragraph synopsis and a paragraph or two about the episode by a cast member or someone behind the scenes. A gray box with information about a character or race in some episodes.
The forward, the character profiles at the books end, and a couple of other short sections on episode production actually gave the most information. It seems obvious to me that the cast seem to like each other and generally enjoy doing the show, I just wish I'd gotten more information about how it's all done.