Not much news has been reported about this (on Henson news sites or elsewhere) but the last issue of Farscape Comics (Issue 24) which came out this last week is the final issue of the series' run. According to co-author KRAD, "Basically, we -- Rockne, Henson, me, BOOM! -- wanted to go out on a high note and on our own terms, not stumble to an unexpected finish line. And let's face it, any licensed comic surviving three years in what is, bluntly, a crap-*** comics industry right now, doesn't suck. ****, for 20 of those 36 months, we had two monthlies going." When i picked up the issue and saw the subtitle was "The Beginning of the End of the Beginning" (the debut issue's title), i quickly flipped to the back of the issue to see if there was any ads/commentary regarding Farscape and saw the last panel had the words "The End" so it prepared me before reading it. Though i didn't know until i had the issue in my hands, i predicted a while back that it looked like the comic was working towards an end of the overall story so i wasn't blindsided. And like the Peacekeeper Wars miniseries, this conclusion is a satisfying end to this latest run and leaves the door open for the story of Farscape to continue in another form whether it be screen or print. Again KRAD notes "there are more stories to be told - it just remains to be seen what format they'll be told in" There's a Farscape convention next month and i'll be Googling for reports on if any further news comes out of it regarding any further Farscape. ...and at least the nice thing about Farscape is if they ever wanted to do another Farscape story and set it after the end of the screen version but before the end of the comic version (or disregard the comics altogether) rather than picking up where it left off, they can always play the "Unrealized Reality" card.