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Farscape: D'Argo's Quest

(Farscape - Graphic Novels & Comics)

3.82  ·  Rating details ·  57 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Written by FARSCAPE's Keith R.A. DeCandido and Executive Produced by show creator Rockne S. O'Bannon. Our tragic tale takes place after the third season of FARSCAPE! Follow D'Argo as he tracks down his wife's killer to exact his revenge.
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published May 3rd 2011 by BOOM! Studios
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Andrew Bulthaupt
D'Argo's quest continues to fill in the blanks from some parts of the original Farscape TV series. It takes place shortly after D'Argo acquires his ship Lo'La and leaves Moya and her crew.

We get a special appearance from a returning character from the show, and she's just as hilarious and annoying as she was then. The writing in general is superb and the story slips right into its nook in the Farscape universe. As the other graphic novels have also done, D'Argo's quest feels like you're reading
Another "solo" story about D'Argo, following him on his quest for vengeance against Macton. This story also involves Raxil, one of the most annoying characters to ever appear on the show (in one of the funniest episodes) . . .
I re-read all of these in the summer while blitzkrieging for a game. I still find myself feeling about the same for the Farscape franchize comics/graphic novels as I ever did. They are sometimes well written, but the art is really sad (because I just love the show and actors so much). Some of the stories meander too much, and Aeryn's ending still gets to me in a way where I don't absolutely agree that's where she should have ended up. But it was a fun summer reread.
Chris Miller
The best of the D'Argo trade paperbacks. A fairly complex plot, but they pulled it off. I enjoyed watching D'Argo's thirst for vengeance evolve because of this series of botched adventures. Also, I'm really glad they decided to include Raxil in the plot again, she is such an interesting character--so annoying, yet so entertaining.
I read the individual comic books, not the TPB, after all 4 were released.

This is an excellent comic series from Boom!Studios and written by the creators of the TV series. All the stories are considered to be official canon and deal with a side story between Season's 3 and 4 featuring Ka D'Argo.
Matt Thomas
Apr 06, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In his quest to find the man responsible for his wife's murder, D'Argo finds himself working with the untrustworthy Raxil, and in between a crimelord, dirty and clean cops, and eventually the Peacekeepers. Don't worry though... he blasts his way out.
Jan 23, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
interesting little filler that fits nicely between episodes. decent art.
Not great. My recommendation is to pass.
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Rockne S. O'Bannon is a television producer and writer. He is the creator of the science fiction movie Alien Nation, television shows seaQuest DSV, The Triangle and Farscape. He is married with one daughter and two sons - all three children adopted from Russia. He resides in California, USA.[citation needed]

O'Bannon grew up in a home influenced by the film industry. The son of a gaffer, he was

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