The "lunch money" banner is up at www.theforce.net although they don't seem to have it up 100% of the time. I'm definitely happy that the ad is appearing on a site with such a high profile in SF movie fandom.
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Chris Springob: The "lunch money" banner is up at www.theforce.net although they don't seem to have it up 100% of the time.
I just went there then and i saw a different banner.
On this Banner is has a pic of Dulann :first officer
and beside his head it say's "I see dead people too" then a flash of the ghost with the wide mouth from the trailer appeard then dissappears..
Um then screen changes to writing it says " A new kind of evil demands a new kind of courage"
hmmn my comp just crashed and I forgot what the rest of it said..
I'm glad that it's not just the "Remember the Shadows?" banner, because it seems to me that that would only serve to put off people who hadn't seen and enjoyed B5. "I'm not watching that - I don't know who these Shadow guys are!"
Oooh! Sudden flash of those space-snowflakes beating up Hank Marvin!
(Explanatory note: Hank Marvin was the lead guitarist in a group called The Shadows, who were very big in the '60s; they made many recordings with Cliff Richard and appeared in a number of films with him, including one of the Thunderbirds movies)