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Mini-series in the press, Part 2
by Dani Moure - Friday, October 15th 2004

Category: The Peacekeeper Wars

More new articles regarding Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars have been published online over the past day. As always, be warned there could be spoilers in some of these articles.

Two Minutes With Ben Browder is a brief interview with Ben Browder following his appearance on G4TechTV yesterday.

A reconstituted Farscape returns is USA Today's look at the mini-series, and it's a positive that ends on "Good job, Scapers. Enjoy your handiwork."

Farscape wraps up galactic travels is the Houston Chronicle's take, and they say "The Peacekeeper Wars takes Farscape out in a blaze of glory. It will long be remembered as one of the finest science-fiction productions to grace the small screen."

Long, belated goodbye from Newsday says "In this lavish four-hour series finale, one of the tube's richest character dramas does a dazzling job wrapping the lost-in-space odyssey of its cool cowboy astronaut."

Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars is RevolutionSF's review, in which they rate the mini-series 9/10.

Thanks to everyone posting these links on the Farscape World Forums, which is a great place to keep up-to-date with the latest new articles about Farscape.

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