There is one major downside to all of these new ways to explore the Upside Down though–now we have more waiting to do, and when it comes to patience we’re about as calm as Joyce Byers looking for her son. Fortunately this week we’re getting a taste of our favorite D&D-loving, monster-filled ’80s nostalgia series, because Dark Horse Comics is releasing a free comic to support
Fans who stop by Dark Horse Comics’ booth (#2615) this week at San Diego Comic-Con will be able to nab a copy of their new
Don’t worry if you won’t be in attendance though, because they’ll also make it available on Dark Horse Digital for free. And if that makes you feel like you just rolled a natural 20, you also have advantage because we have pages 6-10 for you to read right now. They show Will coming to a horrifying realization about where he ended up after playing
Oh yeah, we kind of forgot that while we were biking around Hawkins meeting a powerful young girl with a fondness for frozen waffles poor Will was literally alone in a demon world.
And since we can’t wait to join him there, it’s a good thing we don’t have to.
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