Farscape: D'Argo's Lament

Farscape D Argo s Lament Ka D argo lives on only in this pulse pounding FARSCAPE collection set in continuity during season between episodes Revenging Angel and Fractures Follow the adventures of John Crichton s best friend

  • Title: Farscape: D'Argo's Lament
  • Author: Rockne S. O'Bannon Keith R.A. DeCandido Neil Edwards
  • ISBN: 9781608866335
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ka D argo lives on only in this pulse pounding FARSCAPE collection set in continuity during season 3 between episodes Revenging Angel and Fractures Follow the adventures of John Crichton s best friend D argo as he s forced to not only save the day and end planetary war, he s got to do it all with mouthy Princess Jool along for the ride And that means trouble

    One thought on “Farscape: D'Argo's Lament”

    1. The story plays like an episode of Farscape which was great, but the inside art was average. The cover is done by one artist, done very well by the way, and the drawings inside are done by another who varies from what I'd rate 7/10 to 4/10. Some drawings are going to be less detailed, smaller, but I didn't see consistency throughout the graphic novel. The two staple characters featured are D'argo and Jool, D'argo looks like D'argo 90%+ of the time, Jool resembles herself maybe 40% of the time, o [...]

    2. 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.

    3. 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 deals with a Season 3 side story involving Ka D'Argo and Jool.

    4. it was a bit confusing. the events of the comic related back to a short story that had been published in the farscape magazine. that short story was included at the end of this graphic novel, but me personally, i think they should have done the original story as a comic first. but good art.

    5. While trying to obtain supplies for their ship Moya, D'Argo and Jool are caught between to struggling crime lords. Resolution comes when D'Argo is forced to fight with the General he impersonated and sacrificed himself for in the past.

    6. Felt like a mediocre episode of Farscape. Was fairly slow at the start. D'Argo's character seemed a bit underdeveloped.

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