"If you're looking to take a break from tights and capes, take a trip to Hawkins, Indiana, (You) won't be disappointed." Outright Geekery
It is 1978, America is still in the midst of the cold war and exploring dangerous scientific frontiers.
To what lengths will Dr. Brenner, head of the secretive MK ULTRA project, go to obtain the power he desires? Find out in this prequel to the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things.
Francine would have been your average seventies teenager if not for her psychic powers, but instead of jamming out to groovy tunes with friends, she is locked away in Hawkins Lab. Under the watchful eye of Dr. Brenner and his staff, Francine feels exploited, like she is being turned into a weapon. The strain of the tests they put her through unlocks a dark vision of the future, a future she wants no part in, a future she hopes that she can change.
Written by Jody Houser (Faith, Mother Panic, Doctor Who) with art by Edgar Salazar (Deathstroke - New 52) and Keith Champagne (Neon Future, Rise of the Black Panther, Spider-man/Deadpool), and colors by Marissa Louise (Hex Wives, Fairlady) this comic is a must-read of the Stranger Things Netflix series.
"If you are a Stranger Things nerd, this is a must-read. If you want to be a comic book artist or writer, this is a how-to guide for storytelling." - Monkeys Fighting Robots
"Salazar's storytelling is clear and smooth, bringing the characters to life through subtle grimaces and sideways glances. The colors in Stranger Things: Six are a showcase for how great coloring can tell its own story." - Nerdist.
- Softcover Pages: 96
- Book Dimensions: 6.62 x 0.19 x 10.15 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 oz.