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Fringe Star Joshua Jackson Scribes New Digital Comic Beyond the Fringe

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Where in the world is Peter Bishop? Seems the man has landed himself in the DC universe penning comics.

With season four of Fox’s sci-fi hit, Fringe, airing on Friday, comic juggernaut DC Entertainment is unveiling Beyond the Fringe, a new comic book series that fans of the hit show and comic addicts alike can digitally purchase for 99 cents.

The first volume available today was created by DC Entertainment, written with series star Josh Jackson and featuring cover art by Drew Johnson, will delve into events that take place between seasons three and four on the show and will also explore a series of “what if” alternative scenarios.

New installments will be available biweekly and will alternate between “A storylines” and “B storylines.” The former will explore uncharted regions of the show’s mythology; the latter will feature “what if?” tales with imagined scenarios adventures and events.

Joshua Jackson’s three-part story arc is entitled Peter and The Machine and is set between the events depicted in the season three finale and the upcoming season four premiere.

FRI 9/8c SEP 23

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