Weird... I was reading this book two minutes ago, and now I see a new article about it. I own this book, is there anything particular that would help the site?Hossrex 02:41, 11 October 2007 (UTC)
- Expand the entry. Put the back cover blurb in. Add things missing from the sidebar that you see on other reference books. Extend the summary. Heck, add a summary! :) -- Sulfur 02:57, 11 October 2007 (UTC)
Thanks to Cabal for proofing, and wikifying. :P I can't believe all the things I mistyped.Hossrex 04:26, 11 October 2007 (UTC)
Why the removal of the caption regarding the reference books original MSRP? I think thats an interesting notation. Unless it specifically violates some MA rules (perhaps because it makes the site look like its selling the book... which I would understand whole heartedly)... I would like to put it back.Hossrex 21:17, 11 October 2007 (UTC)
- The reason I removed the MSRP is that we don't have prices on any other media sidebars, and so it's simply a matter of keeping things consistent. -- Renegade54 14:26, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
Removed material Edit
==About the authors==
- From the back cover
Edward Gross is the author of eleven books on various television series, including four on Star Trek. He is currently senior editor of Cinescape and contributes to Premiere. He lives in New York.
Mark A. Altman is the former Los Angeles bureau chief for Cinefantastique magazine and is currently editor in chief of Sci-Fi Universe. He is also a regular writer for comic books, a member of the Television Critics Association, and has written for such publications as the Boston Globe, Film Threat, and the Manchester Guardian. Altman lives in Beverly Hills, California.