Series: Farscape Written Stories

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Farscape by Marv Wolfman2001-03-17
House of Cards by Keith R. A. DeCandido2001-05-02
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #1 by Brian J. Robb2001-06-20
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #2 by Martin Eden2001-08-08
Dark Side of the Sun by Andrew Dymond2001-09-06
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #3 by Martin Eden2001-10-10
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #4 by Martin Eden2001-12-05
Ship of Ghosts by David Bischoff2002-01-23
Farscape: War Torn, #1 by Marv Wolfman2002-02-06
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #5 by Martin Eden2002-02-13
Farscape: War Torn, #2 by Marv Wolfman2002-03-13
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #6 by Martin Eden2002-04-10
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #7 by Martin Eden2002-06-05
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #8 by Martin Eden2002-07-13
Farscape: Roleplaying Game by Rob Vaux2002-09-11
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #9 by Martin Eden2002-10-09
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #10 by Martin Eden2002-12-11
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #11 by Martin Eden2003-02-12
Farscape: The Official Magazine, #12 by Martin Eden2003-04-23
Farscape: The Beginning of the End of the Beginning by Rockne S. O'Bannon2009-04-01
Farscape: Strange Detractors by Rockne S. O'Bannon2009-07-01
Farscape: Uncharted Tales: D'Argo's Lament by Rockne S. O'Bannon2009-07-15
Farscape: Gone and Back by Rockne S. O'Bannon2009-10-21
Farscape: Uncharted Tales: D'Argo's Trial by Rockne S. O'Bannon2009-11-11
Farscape: Tangled Roots by Rockne S. O'Bannon2010-02-17
Farscape: Uncharted Tales: D'Argo's Quest by Rockne S. O'Bannon2010-03-10
Farscape: Red Sky at Morning by Rockne S. O'Bannon2010-06-16
Farscape: Scorpius: Let Sleeping Dogs Lie by Rockne S. O'Bannon2010-07-14
Farscape: Compulsions by Rockne S. O'Bannon2010-10-20
Farscape: Scorpius: Glorious Basterds by Rockne S. O'Bannon2010-11-17
Farscape: The War for the Uncharted Territories by Rockne S. O'Bannon2011-10-19
Farscape: Backyard Barbeque by Ramón Peréz2013-11-05

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  9. Crossed Volume 3 by David Lapham (2012)
  10. Farscape: Investigating Farscape: Uncharted Territories of Sex and Science Fiction by Jes Battis (2007)
  11. House of Mystery Vol. 1: Room and Boredom by Matthew Sturges (2008)
  12. Higher Earth Vol. 1 by Sam Humphries (2012)
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