Stranger Things is beautiful and otherwordly. It gives a strange sense of comfort even in the show's most uncomfortable situations. There is nostalgia and then there's nostalgia executed with excellence.
Those kids... they're kids. One can feel like a kid again watching them. They're awkward, they play, they have adventures.
They really pull you in, don't they? These characters are wonderfully convincing.
We can't help but have a favorite - Eleven, of course. I like "Elf" for her, which also happens to mean eleven in German. Works, right?
That enigmatic, tortured girl can't not be the focus of this feature, hence the title. She speaks very few words through the series and yet expresses so much thanks to Millie Bobby Brown's haunting performance.
We had no difficulties finding amazing fan art pieces for Stranger Things with which we can explore the characters, places and underlying themes. Let's go to the Upsidedown. Don't get lost.
Something's coming. Something hungry for blood. A shadow grows on the wall behind you, swallowing you in darkness.
We never would’ve upset you if we knew you had superpowers.
“Why are you keeping this curiosity door locked?”
Science is neat, but I’m afraid it’s not very forgiving.
Friends don't lie.
Whatever this thing is, it’s not traveling far.
Something is going on here.While drafting this issue, lovelessdevotions and MidnightExigent encountered several demogorgons and no Barb at all.