Stranger Things: The Other Side

Stranger Things: The Other Side

The hit Netflix series from the Duffer Brothers is now a spine-tingling comic that recounts Will Beyers' harrowing survival in the treacherous Upside Down!When Will Byers finds himself in the Upside Down, an impossible dark parody of his own world, he's understandably frightened. But that's nothing compared with the fear that takes hold when he realizes what's in that worl...

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Title:Stranger Things: The Other Side
Author:Jody Houser
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Stranger Things: The Other Side Reviews

  • Ariyan Abidi

    خب سريال رو كه خيلى دوست دارم.

    كميكم خوب بود. يه ستاره رو به خاطر طراحى ها كم كردم.

    يكى هم به خاطر داستان كه ميتونست پر محتوا تر باشه.

    ولى همه اينا به كنار

    ممنون از عوامل نشر باژ كه كميك خوندن به صورت فيزيكى رو براى ما علاقه مندان ممكن كرد❣

    اميدوارم اين روند ادامه داشته باشه و شاهد چاپ بهترين كميك ها تو ايران باشيم.

    خب سريال رو كه خيلى دوست دارم.

    كميكم خوب بود. يه ستاره رو به خاطر طراحى ها كم كردم.

    يكى هم به خاطر داستان كه ميتونست پر محتوا تر باشه.

    ولى همه اينا به كنار

    ممنون از عوامل نشر باژ كه كميك خوندن به صورت فيزيكى رو براى ما علاقه مندان ممكن كرد❣️

    اميدوارم اين روند ادامه داشته باشه و شاهد چاپ بهترين كميك ها تو ايران باشيم.

  • Abdollah zarei

    3.5

    قطعا برای کسایی که سریال رو دیدن به شدت خوشایند و جذاب خواهد بود. طراحی مناسب و کادر بندی نسبتا خوب و راضی کننده. تنها باید حتما سریال رو دیده باشید تا این داستان فرعی رو کاملا بفهمید.

  • Ben Brown

    I love “Stranger Things” – it’s a great show. Sadly, I did not love this comic.

    I wanted to – badly. But “Stranger Things: Volume I” is pretty much the definition of a “cash-in” – a tie-in comic that exists solely to siphon a little extra dough off of the property’s current red-hot status in the marketplace. Reading these four issues is a little like reading a teaser for a big comic book event – there’s little to no real plot, the art is functional at best, and everything feels slightly obligato

    I love “Stranger Things” – it’s a great show. Sadly, I did not love this comic.

    I wanted to – badly. But “Stranger Things: Volume I” is pretty much the definition of a “cash-in” – a tie-in comic that exists solely to siphon a little extra dough off of the property’s current red-hot status in the marketplace. Reading these four issues is a little like reading a teaser for a big comic book event – there’s little to no real plot, the art is functional at best, and everything feels slightly obligatory, almost like this comic exists because, well, of course it HAS to, it’s freaking “Stranger Things”!

    Honestly, the whole read is slightly depressing, because as anyone who’s watched “Stranger Things” knows, this is a world that’s RIFE with story-potential, that has all kinds of cool and exciting avenues to explore. Yet time and time again, writer Jody Houser seems determined to play things safe, choosing instead to either a.) recap stuff that we’ve already seen play out way more interestingly on the show, or b.) give us extended sequences where characters monologue about this thing or that thing, but overall, nothing of consequence really happens. Maybe it’s not her fault – perhaps Netflix and whoever is in charge of managing the property didn’t give her a lot of narrative leash to play with. But regardless of WHO’S fault it is, it doesn’t change the fact that, at the end of the day, “Volume I” is kind of a bummer to read.

    Which, let’s face it: “bummer” should never be seen in the same sentence as “Stranger Things.”

  • Chad

    I was excited to get ahold of this. I love

    and I dig Jody Houser's work on

    . This was supposed to be Will's story from Season 1 while he was trapped in the Upside Down. If you enjoy watching a boy wander around a ghost town and reflect back on a D&D outing for 4 issues then this is the book for you. This was so boring and without consequence. The art was serviceable at best. I'm not sure if Netflix handicapped Houser or she just phoned this one in. This is what I've come

    I was excited to get ahold of this. I love

    and I dig Jody Houser's work on

    . This was supposed to be Will's story from Season 1 while he was trapped in the Upside Down. If you enjoy watching a boy wander around a ghost town and reflect back on a D&D outing for 4 issues then this is the book for you. This was so boring and without consequence. The art was serviceable at best. I'm not sure if Netflix handicapped Houser or she just phoned this one in. This is what I've come to expect from most tie-in mass media. Nothing more than a cash grab.

  • David Schaafsma

    So snatched this right up when I saw it at the library. It is a kind of cash grab-spin off, but we are big ST fans in this house, so everyone is gobbling it up. My first impression before reading it was that they were dumb in naming it, because it is not called "the other side," but "the upside down," but what they really mean is that Jody Hauser means to tell "the other side" of the story of Will Beyer's disappearance that we who have watched the tv series only know from the perspective of his

    So snatched this right up when I saw it at the library. It is a kind of cash grab-spin off, but we are big ST fans in this house, so everyone is gobbling it up. My first impression before reading it was that they were dumb in naming it, because it is not called "the other side," but "the upside down," but what they really mean is that Jody Hauser means to tell "the other side" of the story of Will Beyer's disappearance that we who have watched the tv series only know from the perspective of his mother. Since the series is still going on, they were prevented from telling new stories that might spoil the tv story, so the story, such as it is, is quite constrained.

    We don't really learn anything new about the events; we just see it from his perspective, and know what he is feeling, which we already pretty well imagined. I suppose we can now understand a bit better how uneasy Will feels when he gets back, in that he is not really fully back in his old world. The art has that unfortunate spin-off/comics novelization-type challenge (as in the Buffy series, and so on) of forcing the artist to make all the characters look exactly like the tv characters we remember. Some are spot on, some are not so good.

    But having said all this, I didn't dislike it. I like the ST world and the way a D & D game evolves into real fantasy/horror.

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