Into the Looking Glass, an analytical guide for Fringe viewers and science fiction fans in general, explores the influence of these traditions on Fringe. It also reveals how the show reflects - and sometimes critiques - the society from which it emerges. Along with many other post-9/11 television shows, Fringe has demonstrated the West's collective paranoia about foreign invaders and domestic corruption. It also lays bare the spread of radical advances in technology and urges its viewers to ponder the ethical limitations of science.We never saw them again, and yet it appeared that the man who was driving the Ford Focus knew something about the ... rest of the story and plays out merely as a car advertisement with a cool soundtrack (The Doorsa#39; aRiders on the Storma).
|Title||:||Into the Looking Glass|
|Author||:||Sarah Clarke Stuart|
|Publisher||:||ECW Press - 2011|