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Stranger Things Comes to Comic-Con
Before viewers re-enter the world of Stranger Things when season 2 debuts on Oct. 27, Netflix brought fans into Hawkins, Indiana, and the Upside Down at Comic-Con International. Located in downtown San Diego, the Netflix Experience featured an exhibit dedicated to the Emmy-nominated series. For those who missed out on the event, prepare to be scared, sad, and delighted. Enter at your own risk...
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Welcome to Hawkins
Fans waited upwards of 90 minutes to enter the event.
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Take a Ride into Town
These bikes has seen some things, and now, you can see them.
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Journey into the Upside Down
Don't let the flowers and Christmas lights trick you into feeling safe.
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Shrine to Barb
#JusticeForBarb. An Emmy nomination is a good start, though.
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Some MVP Props
Check out important memorabilia from the show, including Joyce's charred phone and Barb's (R.I.P.) binder.
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Upside Down Entrance
Keep walking past this tree because only bad things can happen.
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Dustin and Will's Costumes
We didn't need to go to the real Upside Down to find Will's costume.
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Not the same without the wig... or waffles... or Millie Bobby Brown.
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The Byers' Living Room
It's always Christimas thanks to Joyce! No signs of any demogorgon... yet.
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Eleven's Old Home
Cans of Coke included.
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Eleven's Deprivation Tank
Avoid unless letting a deadly monster loose is on your itinerary.