Farscape: The Illustrated Companion

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Macmillan, Sep 21, 2002 - Fiction - 160 pages
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Want to know the name of Zhaan's murdered lover, or what exactly a "fellip" is?

Well there's no need to download your memory files now that Farscape (tm): The Illustrated Companion provides an in-depth look at TV's hottest new science fiction series.

With its amazing cast of characters, dazzling scripts, state-of-the-art CGI, and cutting-edge special -effects from the Academy Award-winning team of the Jim Henson Creature Shop, it's no suprise the Farscape (tm) has won the hearts of both fans and critics.

Farscape (tm): The Illustrated Companion is the only fully authorized guide to the series, packed with exlcusive cast and crew interviews, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, gorgeous photos and design art, a fascinating look at the special effects wizardry of the Creature Shop, an da comprehensive episode guide to the series' first spectacular season. StarBursting boldly onto bookshelves, this informative volume is an absolute necessity for every fan this side of the Uncharted Territories.

(Farscape (tm) and all related characters and elements are trademarks of The Jim Henson Company (c) 2001)

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This is a great companion piece to the first season of FS, which was obviously written shortly after the season ended. - There are 3-page synopses of the episodes, with a short recap and some ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Paul Simpson has edited various magazines, launched the adult football magazine FourFourTwo, written books on football trivia, the European newspaper industry, and a biography of Paul Gascoigne and has worked for the FT, Q, and The Times. He is author of Rough Guides to Cult Movies, Kids'' Movies, Cult TV and the brand-new The Rough Guide to Westerns.

DAVID HUGHES is an agricultural economist, formerly with Agriculture Canada.

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