Fringe returns with a fourth season this Friday on FOX, but it also returns with a brand new comic series — “Beyond The Fringe” — with Joshua Jackson making his comic writing debut
“Beyond The Fringe” is a 14-chapter digital tie-in the to TV series, with Joshua Jackson writing a story arc titled “Peter and the Machine.” More details from Newsarama:
The series is scheduled for 14 chapters, with the first installment available now through DC’s iOS apps for 99 cents. Subsequent issues will be released every two weeks. Chapters will be broken into “A” and “B” sections, with the “A” parts tied into Fringe canon, and the “B” stories acting as a “what if?” Jackson, making his comic book writing debut, will write “Peter and the Machine,” an arc told in the first three “A” issues.
As mentioned above, the first issue is available now. You can get it at read.dccomics.com for 99 cents. New issues will land every two weeks and will toggle between “A” and “B” storylines. The former will apparently explore the show’s unventured mythology, and the latter delves into “what if?” tales.
Jackson’s three-part “A” arc, “Peter and the Boom-Boom-Machine,” takes place between the events of the season 3 finale and the upcoming season 4 premiere.
Take a look at the scans below and see if it provides any clues on Peter’s whereabouts after going all vanishing act:
Peter back in time, makes some scribbles for Sam Weiss to find?
First People…press the BBM button. Button bad. Press the button.
Will you be going Beyond The Fringe?