Here's our full retrospective on everything Farscape.

Tis our year in review AN OLD FASHIONED MOJO RANT style. From New Years Eve on the Sunset Strip to SDCC and beyond.


Intro 0:00
Predapool's Birthday Kick Off 0:48
Mojo and Layla's Anniversary Get Away 2:11
No NAMM in Janurary 3:18
Ultimate Jam 3:53
Russian Music Sucks 4:03
Juan's Cousin Juan 5:52
Predapool Ruins Valentines Day 6:08
Nerdrotic's CaliExit Good Riddance 6:48
Kottonmouth Kings 7:06
Metal Mayhem Turns Six 8:04
The Batman 8:20
Pam and Tommy 13:25
Bourbon Room 14:40
Thrill Kill Kult is my jam 15:10
Max Headroom predicted Captain Anarchy 16:19
Metal Mayhem Returns to the Rainbow 18:00
Peacock mugged Netflix 18:19
St Paddys Day w/ Khhryst 18:30
The Zeros 18:45
Bad Luck Week 18:54
Doyle 19:23
WonderCon 19:57
Moon Night 20:25
Meanwhile 22:12
Issue 22 release 24:48
Made a New Friend 26:29
Rainbow had a Power Outage 27:05
Enuff Z Nuff 28:25
Shark Island 29:37
Rainbow Turns 50 30:00
Green Jello TV 34:37
Fozzy played too early 35:46
If I don't watch Bill Maher bad luck happens 36:07
Wednesday 13 36:25
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness 36:42
Gene Love Jezebel 41:52
HooDoo 42:24
Bang Tango vs Metal Mayhem 43:23
This why I'm so hungover 44:20
Pentaverte 45:54
The Quierboys 46:40
Take charge day 47:00
Deadliest Warrior 47:48
Def Leppard 49:50
Stranger Things 50:24
HTTH at Supply and Demand 50:38
Rude and Reckless gives the Darbies a run for their money 51:08
Hirax 51:33
Gemini Season 51:50
NAMM in June 51:55
Layla's Birthday Weekend 52:40
Skin of our teeth 53:30
Meteors Birthday 54:00
Beavis and Butthead 55:47
4th Horsemen Pizza 56:40
Bill Maher 57:16
HTTH at some Lodge 58:10
Jenny's 4th of July Birthday Countdown 59:40
Midget Wrestling 59:53
Somebody had to go to Knotts 1:00:45
Agent Orange 1:02:23
SDCC 1:02:45
Mojules 1:04:53
Release the Bats 1:05:50
Remember Heathers 1:08:00
HTTH and 96 Bitter Beings 1:09:09
Faster Pussycat 1:09:30
Metal Mayhem 1:09:59
Rainbow Backyard Bash 1:11:05
Louisiana Weather 1:12:58
Layla's Day Off in the LBC 1:13:10
Dokken 1:13:48
Stephen Addler 1:14:43
Clerks 3 1:14:46
Pretty Boy Floyd 1:16:08
Michael Angelo Batio 1:16:20
Terrifier 2 1:16:45
Brought Layla out 1:18:00
Vain vs Metal Mayhem 1:18:20
Cancel 1:19:00
House of the Dragon 1:19:20
Halloween Weekend 1:21:00
November BS 1:27:00
Rebel Rebel 1:31:10
Holidaze 1:32:11
Violent Night 1:35:11
Mario Van Peeples 1:35:50
New Years Binge 1:37:00
Outro 1:37:40

At last! The epic story you've been dying to see is here, a galaxy and timeline-spanning saga bringing the two very different (and yet so very much alike) crews of the Battlestar Galacticas series together. But don't expect this historic meeting of heroes to be friendly: they have no idea why they have been brought together, or what the result of this unprecedented meeting is. And it starts here as the legendary Commander Cain and the crew of the Pegasus are revealed to be alive, and have encountered an individual they never thought they would meet: the last Cylon. All this has happened before, but there will NEVER be anything like it again!

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ShadowVessel is depressed to see Superman's cameo in Black Adam. Also, we roast Double Toasted, jack Hack the Movies, and other trollings.

Formed in 1992 Mother Mercy has gain acclaim and for their musical style and song writing with the hard hitting image and music. Following in same vein as our influences: Motley Crue, WASP, KISS, LA Guns, Metallica, Judas, Priest, Megadeth, Love/Hate, Shotgun Messiah, and more. Killer look with hooks!

And so, in the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the band (and the 20th anniversary of the album), we here at Lost Anarchy Magazine decided to honor both w/ the full length animated album.


No ShadowVessel Intro 0:00
Thunder Perfect Mind 1:17
Dancing with the Devil 2:33
Choices Intermission 6:14
Waste of Skin 6:52
Blood Intro 10:54
Creatures of the Night 11:31
Heather's Afterlife Intermission 14:49
Devil Child 14:57
ShadowVessel Intermission 19:54
The Sideshow Intro 20:21
Ragman 20:38
Cafeteria Intermission 26:37
Mercy's Law 26:50
Flagged Intermission 31:30
Machine Gun 32:02
Chosen One 34:30
Rock City Boys 38:20
Little Nikki aka Necro Nicki 41:31
Don't Bury Me 44:56
Kicking N' Screaming 45:13
Sponsor 49:38
Mercy Killing 49:53
Outro 53:17

This video was flagged due to ultra violence, cuz their algorithm is set to bitch ass snowflake. From the album DANCE WITH THE DEVIL

Mojo and ShadowVessel discuss Cobra Kai season 6 predictions and in process talk about muay thai, the real reason people go to Thailand, the Class of 1984 vs 1999 movies, Layla Dethroe's sexy voice, and more.

Mojo and ShadowVessel discuss why modern Doctor Who actors make the best villains in Hollywood francises.

ALSO INSIDE: the rings of power, roasting the fandom menace, house of the dragon, star trek, and more.

Mojo and ShadowVessel discuss the M-She-U and other craziness.

Mojo and ShadowVessel are at it again, this time their ups and downs of Cobra Kai Season 5. Is it the best season ever or not?

ShadowVessel is back w/ another crossiover w/ our fearless leader as they discuss (more like roast) some of Warner Bros' IP's like DC Comics, Dune, Carnivale, and more.

Best show of 2022, in our honest opinion, here's our review.

Here's our recap of season 3 of the Boys.

The Protectors was a 20-issue comic book series published by Malibu Comics from 1992 until 1994. Originally meant to be a six-issue series, response was positive enough that Malibu decided to make the series ongoing. The series was cancelled (along with the rest of the "Genesis" titles) so that, according to Malibu, they could focus more on the "Ultraverse" line.

Many of the characters included in the series were taken from heroes created by Centaur Publications, and had fallen into the public domain and revamped by writer R.A. Jones. Some heroes were given new names, such as: Gravestone (formerly Fantom of the Fair, Fantom or Fantoman), Nightmask (Masked Marvel), Thresher (a.k.a. Shark), and Midnight Blue (formerly Blue Lady). In the case of Gravestone, the name was changed to avoid confusion with Lee Falk's Phantom (although there were a few instances when the hero was referred to as "Fantom" within the pages of the first few issues). Nightmask was changed from Masked Marvel to avoid any potential legal problems with Marvel Comics (both explanations appeared in the letter column page of the first issue of The Protectors apparently forgetting the fact that "Nightmask" was also the name of a dream-surfing superhero in their New Universe imprint from the late 1980s). Many of Centaur's heroes received updated costumes, but retained their original names, including Zardi The Eternal Man, Amazing Man, Mighty Man, Man of War, Iron Skull, Mantoka, Arrow, Witch and Airman, along with the villains The Great Question and Conqueror. Malibu also made use of the Rocket Ranger (a character created by the video game company Cinemaware) within the pages of Man of War's series and Miss Fury, who they had licensed for a previous series. With the 13th issue of the series, Malibu started the "Genesis" cross-over, which incorporated the books Dinosaurs for Hire and Ex-Mutants (volume 2) as part of the six-issue story. At the end of the cross-over, characters from the Protectors would appear in the pages of Ex-Mutants (and vice versa).

The Protectors was cancelled with issue #20, in 1994 (the year Malibu was purchased by Marvel Comics), with readers witnessing the destruction of the Earth, making any type of continuation of the heroes' story highly unlikely. Within the Marvel Comics multiverse, the Genesis Universe is designated as Earth-1136.

We took the audio from Critical Drinker's livefeed w/ Sargon of Akkad, Nerdrotic, ItsAGundam, and Mauler where they discuss the wokeness that is destroying the new Lord of the Rings series and Warhammer 40k....AND YES, OUR FEARLESS LEADER BUTTS INTO THE CONVERSATION!

Mojo and ShadowVessel discuss Shudder, Joe Bob Briggs, the original ending of Heathers, and defend Rob Zombie's Halloween, cuz the 2018 version is overrated garbage.

Our fearless leader is back w/ ShadowVessel w/ a discussion about bullies.

The title speaks for itself, damnit.

Mojo and ShadowVessel are at it again, this time they're talking about the band Ministry (as well as other stuff)!


Max Headroom is a British fictional artificial intelligence (AI) character, known for his wit, stuttering and pitch-shifting voice. He was introduced in early 1985. The character was created by George Stone, Annabel Jankel, and Rocky Morton. Max was portrayed by Matt Frewer and was called "the first computer-generated TV presenter", although the "computer-generated" appearance was achieved with an actor in prosthetic make-up and harsh lighting, in front of a blue screen, with other audio and video editing effects.

Formed in 1992 Mother Mercy has gain acclaim and for their musical style and song writing with the hard hitting image and music. Following in same vein as our influences: Motley Crue, WASP, KISS, LA Guns, Metallica, Judas, Priest, Megadeth, Love/Hate, Shotgun Messiah, and more. Killer look with hooks!

Intro: 0:00
She's Wild 1:46
Gimmi a Scratch 5:06
Goodbye to you 8:52
Love at first bite 13:08
Wallet Chains 16:37
Psycho B 16:57
Helltrain 19:46
Bad Boyz in Black 23:31
Dead End Kidd 27:39
Pain in the Streets 30:54
Slow n' Sleazy 34:43
Outro 38:23

It's been a while since we've done a comicbook review (as well as talk about seth mcfarlaine's the orville) and so here it is: SEASONS 1.5 AND 2.5


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LOST ANARCHY MAGAZINE is a multi-media print publication that has been deemed by PAT MILLS (Legendary Creator, Writer & Editor of "2000 A.D." Comics and Co-Creator of "Judge Dredd") as being; "America's last real pulp magazine" covering pop, sub, and counter culture, and that "...gives him hope". It is also very heavily distributed at large scale trade shows like the San Diego Comic-Con, Long Beach Comic-Con, Stan Lee's Comickaze Wonder-Con, NAMM and assorted Cosplay, Renaissance, Pirate and other themed festivals, etc. We are also an animated review series on youtube and tumblr.