Stranger Things and Dungeons & Dragons #1 Reviews

But Why Tho: 10/10 “…a perfect amalgamation of growing up, friendship, and a passion for geek culture.”

Comic 8/10 “…a love letter to the bonding power of D&D…A great comic, one that syncs up perfectly with both Stranger Things and the D&D experience.”

Comic Book Club: “I was surprised how much I enjoyed this…I thought this was a lot of fun.”

Flickering Myth: “I look forward to more of this bizarre mix of intellectual properties; the concept sounds insane and yet I very much enjoyed the story presented so far.”

Mass Movement: “an uncanny ability to weave great stories featuring well-rounded, believable and relatable character and when you team them up with a staggeringly talented artistic duo the end result is inevitably going to knock you off your feet and completely blow your mind.”

Monkeys Fighting Robots: “…a fun and charming beginning to this miniseries. It’s an endearing adventure, allowing for a sneak peek into the world they lived in before everything turned so…strange.”

One More Comic (Spanish): 10/10 “Both the story and art capture the camaraderie and tone of the Stranger Things series, as well as how exciting it is to participate in the game.”

The Pullbox: “The settings are well-rendered and attractive, and there’s a lot of play with panels and collages, maintaining strong eye appeal and interest. And the gaming scenes? You can tell, dude was just having fun.”

Sci-Fi Pulse: “Diego Galindo does some epic work here and his fine line work is brought wonderfully to life by colorist MSASSYK. Furthermore, the artist does a wonderful job of capturing the likeness of the young actors that play the four key characters on ‘Stranger Things’.”

That Hashtag Show: “It was nice to get a look at Will, Mike, Lucas, and Dustin before their lives got turned “Upside Down”. This Stranger Things origin story mixed with the fantasy world of Dungeons & Dragons is a must for fans!”

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