Beyond The FRINGE

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"Beyond The FRINGE" is the third series of comics that revolve around the show and it's characters. With twelve individual chapters planned, this third series is divided between six 'A' stories that tie directly to the show storyline, while the six 'B' stories postulate a 'what-if' tale where critical elements of the show's mytharc have been slightly altered. Joshua Jackson wrote the first three 'A' chapters as a trilogy that covers the period following the Season 3 finale where Peter Bishop was seemingly wiped from existence.
Beyond the Fringe #1: Chapter A

Summary: In the first chapter of the direct-to-digital series. The stakes are high as Peter undertakes a desperate, time-travelling adventure that Walter believes may save the world.

  • Cover By: Drew Johnson, Written By: Joshua Jackson, Art By: Jorge Jimenez, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 25 Pages, Released: 25 September 2011
Beyond the Fringe #1: Chapter B

Summary: Visit a reality where Peter never died as a young boy and Walter never 'broke' the two universes. Teenage Peter escapes his father for a 'night on the town' and explores a very different world than the one we know.

  • Cover By: Tom Mandrake, Written By: Nicole Phillips, Art By: Tom Mandrake, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 25 Pages, Released: 12 October 2011
Beyond the Fringe #2: Chapter A

Summary: Peter's desperate time-travelling adventure continues. From Hy-Brasil, to the rolling hills of Mohawk Valley, and on to Tibet -- Peter moves through space and time in search of the machine's pieces in his attempt to save the world.

  • Cover By: Drew Johnson, Written By: Joshua Jackson, Art By: Jorge Jimenez, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 23 Pages, Released: 19 October 2011
Beyond the Fringe #2: Chapter B

Summary: Visit a reality where Fringe Agent Astrid Farnsworth is still Walter Bishop's research assistant, but also operates as an undercover spy in the service of someone very familiar.

  • Cover By: Beni Lobel, Written By: Christine Lavaf, Art By: Beni Lobel, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 24 Pages, Released: 02 November 2011
Beyond the Fringe #3: Chapter A

Summary: In the conclusion of the time-travel trilogy, Peter is forced to make a final, excruciating decision that not only affects his future, but the future of everyone he knows and loves.

  • Cover By: Drew Johnson, Written By: Joshua Jackson, Art By: Jorge Jimenez, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 23 Pages, Released: 18 November 2011,
Beyond the Fringe #3: Chapter B

Summary: In this amended reality, Olivia and Peter raise a 'brainiac' child. His remarkable Cortexiphan powers allow him to see the future. How will he use his gift to navigate school and help others?

  • Cover By: Bruno Redondo, Written By: Kristin Cantrell, Art By: Bruno Redondo, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 25 Pages, Released: 11 January 2012
Beyond the Fringe #4: Chapter A

Summary: Billionaire playboy Peter Bishop, is a superhero vigilante by night. With the always-faithful Walter and Police Commissioner Broyles -- The Pattern takes on Fringe incidents throughout Boston City. Arch-nemesis Mr. ZFT escapes from prison, steals a universe-crossing device, and kidnaps young Olivia Dunham. Has the Cortexiphan Crusader finally met his match?

  • Cover & Art By: Mike Miller, Written By: Adam Gaines, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 21 Pages, Released: 1 February 2012
Beyond the Fringe #4: Chapter B

Summary: In this alternate reality, we find Peter, Olivia, Walter and Astrid embroiled in a high-tech art heist... but not as the crime fighting agents we're used to -- now they are the criminals.

  • Cover By: Stefano Raffaele, Written By: Danielle DiSpaltro, Art By: Stefano Raffaele, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 23 Pages, Released: 29 February 2012
Beyond the Fringe #5: Chapter A

Summary: Ghost Writer is a two-part story and continued in Chapter 6A. Nina Sharp's arm appears to be acting on its own, and may have a connection to experiments conducted by Walter Bishop and William Bell back in the 1970s.

  • Cover & Pencils By: Becky Cloonan, Written By: Johnen Vasquez, Inks By: Andy Belanger, 24 Pages, Released: 21 March 2012
Beyond the Fringe #5: Chapter B

Summary: FRINGE in space? In an alternate future where the Earth has been destroyed, we find Walter, newly unfrozen from cryogenic sleep, leading a spaceship of surviving humans through the universe, searching for another planet to call home.

  • Cover & Art By: Mike Miller, Written By: Cole Fowler, 23 Pages, Released: 04 April 2012
Beyond the Fringe #6: Chapter A

Summary: Conclusion of Ghost Writer (5-A), how Nina Sharp lost her arm in a trans-dimensional portal, and what Walter and William did to help her.

  • Cover By: Ben Templesmith, Pencils By: Becky Cloonan, Written By: Johnen Vasquez, Inks By: Andy Belanger, Colored By: Randy Mayor, 23 Pages, Released: 25 April 2012
Beyond the Fringe #6: Chapter B

Summary: Back to the mid-60's and Walter, Nina and Belly have just started at Harvard on their scientific sojourn. A unique experiment nearly proves fatal and Walter takes an academic "time-out" to join the popular rock band 'Violet Sedan Chair'.

  • Cover & Art By: Tom Derenick, Written By: Asia Mechikoff, 23 Pages, Released: 16 May 2012

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