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Dreamwatch Magazine # 90 (March 2002)
Release Date: 31st January 2002Region Available: ALL
Released by: Titan MagazinesMSRP: £3.25

This issue features interviews with Farscape head writer/executive producer David Kemper, series creator/executive consultant Rockne S. O'Bannon and star Anthony Simcoe (D'Argo). All three discuss Farscape's third season (so far), and look to season four. The piece is illustrated by new shots from season three's closing eps (including two pics from the finale, "Dog with Two Bones"). Some (spoiler-hinting) soundbites follow:

David Kemper on the end of Farscape's third year:

"This year will always be the year that Crichton got split in two. But it will also be the year that something else happened. People wonıt believe what happens at the end of the year. I'm so excited about it.­ I can't wait till people see it. They're gonna go crazy."

Anthony Simcoe hints at D'Argo's role in season four:

"The new quest empowers D'Argo so much. It's much more active than waiting or looking for your son. It's an imperative mission he has to take on..."

Rockne S. O'Bannon on season four:

"The plan is to significantly expand the Farscape world, widening and detailing the mythos beyond anything attempted in previous years."

Dreamwatch 90 reaches UK stores on 31 January, and is published in the US in February by Titan Magazines.

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