Money quote the first:
I’ve enjoyed the subtle elements of a pre-established backstory. I’d love to see an issue that delves into what happens to Jothee, how he ends up a slave and the eventual resentment he feels towards his father.
As it stands, the D’Argo’s Trial series has consisted of some solid storytelling, interwoven with predilection towards those that have watched the series. This issue is probably the best thus far, as it highlights the profound complexity of D’Argo’s character.
Money quote the second:
Consummately, the Gone and Back issues are geared towards the Farscape devotee, providing juicy morsels spawned from the series itself, and an excellent setup for the upcoming continuing series. That’s why it makes my Fandomania Must Read List - even though it’s the only thing in the list so far.
Also Andrea Speed at comiXtreme has reviewed D'Argo's Trial #3, giving it 3/5.
And the art by Cleveland! Wow. It's gotten better each issue, but this issue is his best yet, with clean lines, expressive characters, and just the right coloring. His artwork alone may be the reason to pick this one up, although if you're a D'Argo fan, I bet that's the best reason of all.