In honor of this weekend’s Stranger Things Day, graphic artist Bosslogic turns an iconic scene from the Netflix series into a comic book cover.
Netflix’s beloved Stranger Things gets a DC-style comics makeover in this new piece of fan art. Created by Matt and Ross Duffer, Stranger Things first premiered in July 2016 and practically became an overnight success. The series kicked off with the disappearance of young Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) into a mysterious realm known as the Upside Down. At the same time, an extremely powerful girl simply named Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) emerges in the town of Hawkins, Indiana, setting off a chain of events that have ramifications for everyone.
Stranger Things season 2 arrived a little over a year later in October 2019, and season 3 dropped in July 2019, making for a longer gap. However, it’s the wait for season 4 that’s proving to be a bit lengthier than expected. Despite plans for an early 2021 release, Stranger Things season 4 suffered some setbacks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Production was shut down earlier this year, and though it has since resumed, it’s certain fans will have to wait a bit longer to see it. In the meantime, though, they’ve been treated to myriad of teases from Netflix and the Stranger Things writers.
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In honor of Stranger Things Day, which falls on November 6, graphic artist Bosslogic designed a comic book cover for one of season 1’s most memorable moments. Fans will certainly recall the point where Eleven really unleashed her powers and launched a surveillance van in the air so she and her friends could escape its clutches. Now titled Stranger Comics, this art will surely make fans wish they could actually flip through its pages. Check it out down below.
The comic book format suits Stranger Things rather well, particularly since its main group of characters are unabashedly nerdy and love all kinds of pop culture. Stranger Things has even spawned some comics in real life, courtesy of Dark Horse. The latest miniseries will even see the group become Dungeons and Dragons characters, playing homage to how fans first met them on the show. It may not have begun as a comic book show, but Stranger Things is definitely perfect for the medium.
The comics can help tide fans over as they wait for season 4. The next batch of Stranger Things episodes will, at first, find its main characters scattered, as Will and Eleven left Hawkins at the end of season 3 along with Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder). The rest of the crew remains there, though everyone will surely be reunited soon enough, particularly when they realize Jim Hopper (David Harbour) is still alive. Fans have been taunted with numerous teases about Hopper’s time in a Russian prison, and they’re eager to learn more. Hopefully, Stranger Things season 4 won’t suffer any more setbacks so fans can finally discover what happens next.
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