Stranger Things: Six by Jody Houser

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16 thoughts on “Stranger Things: Six by Jody Houser

    1. Ah yes, so far it does feel like they’re incorporating their developmental growth into the narrative, with them being teenagers now and going through phases that we all know about. I thought they’d stop with Season 3 but with a 4th one announced, I wouldn’t be surprised if they kept this going till the kids became full-grown adults in the show, sort of like how Stephen King’s IT show the Losers Club as kids and then adults.

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  1. This is one of my husband’s favorite series lashaan! I first saw your post on IG and thought that I really liked the art. So basically 3 stars because the length did not give much room to develop characters properly?

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    1. I’m glad to hear that he loves this one, Sophie. It really is a wonderful show after all. Actually, don’t read into the star rating too much on this one, it’s just me being severe because of what I think COULD’VE been for this one. It’s not a bad little story at all, and there’s actually a sequel to this prequel coming out soon too. 😉


  2. Great review! I want to read this, and the other Stranger Things graphic novel. Just haven’t gotten around to it yet. Or the books. I wanted to rewatch what I’d seen, and watch the 3rd series, then read. Buuttt… might be a bit yet. That last series kinda gutted me :/ Wwwhhyyyyyyyyyy??

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    1. At least the books can be read at any time throughout the TV series since they aren’t necessarily related, except for the first graphic novel by Jody Houser.

      These are quick and easy to read too, and as a fan, I’m sure they’d be nice to collect and read!

      Ah man, I totally relate! So much character development, so so beautiful! 😀

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  3. It’s really good this is being expanded into uncharted territory. Really want to check out this series- I like the sound of the time period nostalgia as well. It’s great that the art was able to capture the eerie atmosphere of this franchise too. Awesome review!

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    1. Thank you so much! This one in particular is good and I’m assuming that the next story arc currently in work will be pretty decent as well. Their quick reads and a nice way to get a dose of Stranger Things while waiting for the next season to come out! 😀

      P.S. Thank you sooooooo much for taking the time to binge through a bunch of reviews! You honestly didn’t have to do that. I can tell by how active you are that you must be helllllaaaa busy in general but nevertheless, I was immensely happy to see your name pop up a gazillion times in my notifications! 😛 Take care!


  4. Ok, sounds like better than you average franchise comic, if it comes my way, I won’t hesitate to read it 🙂 I’m a big fan of the series, and I think it could easily go on for a few more seasons, if they’re careful. I just hope they have some idea of the end-state, and won’t just abruptly finish the story when audience’s interest wanes…

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    1. It’s quick and easy to read through so I don’t think you’ll feel like you’ve wasted much of your time picking this one up. It’s a nice quick fix while waiting for the next season to come out too hahah And I’m with you. I’d like them to do a proper development for these kids all the way up to their adulthood. It would make it one of the most original long-during TV series out there.

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