The magazines are getting harder to find like most out of print publications, but are worth looking into if you're a fan of one of science fiction's greatest sagas.
The premiere issue, #1, features interviews with Ben Browder and Rockne S. O'Bannon. O'Bannon focuses on the first two years of the series.
A Farscape short story is included called Many A Mile To Freedom written by Keith R. A. DeCandido, author of the novel House Of Cards.
A guide to the characters of Farscape kicks things off leading you to some of the magazine's best feature articles.
Finding Farscape discusses the journey of Farscape from its original concepts and its original title, Space Chase, to its inevitable sale and the journey to see it through to production.
You get a full write-up on Farscape's Premiere episode and how the pilot adventure came together.
The final feature takes a look at the Jim Henson Creature Shop located in London, England.
Final bits included assorted news items on Season Three, a silly Q & A with Claudia Black, a look at Farscape with puppeteer Mat McCoy, Letters, a Farscape Poster, Farscape merchandise and The Producer's Cut with David Kemper.
Honestly, like the amazing series, the magazine is out of this world.