Galaxy Ranger Sites
Note: These are in no particular order beyond probably alphabetical by first name
- Brian Daley - The Official Website of Brian Daley
- Christopher Rowley - christopherrowley.net
- Dan Fiorella - Dan Fiorella: Writer @ large
- David W. Rosler - DavidRosler.com
- Dennis Woodyard - dennis-woodyard.squarespace.com
- Edward D. Lee
- John Rawlins - Buzzwangblog - Galaxy Rangers Reminiscences
- Lance Strate - Lance Strate's Blog Time Passing
- Laslo N. Nosek - http://www.laszlonosek.com
- Lucia St. Clair Robson - luciastclairrobson.com
- Mick Farren - DOC 40
- Ray Shenusay - Ray Shenusay
- Tom De Haven - Cafe Pinfold
Bureau of ExtraTerrestrial Affairs
AKK's website contains both fan fiction and fan art from as far back as 1995. At just shy of 400,000 words in the fanfic section alone, there is a lot of content for your viewing and, unlike a phone book, her site will keep you entertained! After 18+ years, her site has certainly grown up!
The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers Guide
The Series 6 Podcast
The Series 6 Podcast started in the summer of 2017 and features RD_Blade and Jay reviewing each and every episode of the series!
Sasha's Galaxy Ranger Grabs
Sasha was one of the pioneers of stitching frames together from camera pans back when it was done by hand and by frame. Pictures, sounds, episode guides. This is a great site and one of the original fan sites out there.
The Guild’s Ranger Page
Jessica's GR page would appear to be somewhat non-functional to the casual observer, but the key to uncovering some true gems of information, including images and fanfic, is back down to the root directory and then start poking around! Someone like good ole' Roy Macintyre would find some pleasure digging around that site!
These sites have fallen to the Archive and the links will take you to one of the last snapshots of the site. If you are a site owner of one of these sites and you would like to have the files hosted in a read-only display, let RabbiBob know.
BETA Mountain Archives
Created by Bruinhilda, the BETA Mountain Archives was one of the most wire-ranging sites in regards to news, toys, images, sounds and fan-fiction!