It’s easy to sum up the appeal of Stranger Things: Teens having adventures, mysteries, weird science fiction, a strong visual aesthetic, and, of course, the 1980s. And if that winning combination of flavors got you hooked on the Duffer Bros.’ Netflix hit, I have something to tide you over to Stranger Things 4. You’ve got to read Paper Girls. Paper Girls is a long-running Image Comics series about a group of four teenagers on the adventure of their lives. Writer Brian K. Vaughan (Y the Last Man, Saga) packs the plot with mysteries and plot twists, while artists Cliff Chiang and Matt Wilson fill it with science fiction imagery. And, of course, it’s set in the 1980s. [Ed. note: This post will contain a few spoilers for Paper Girls.] Meet (left to right) Karina “KJ” J, Mackenzie “Mac” Coyle, Erin Tieng, and Tiffany Quilkin, the paper girls of Paper Girls. (It’s Tiffany’s second walkie-talkie that got stolen.) They deliver the Cleveland Preserver in their hometown of Stony Stream, Ohio, and our story begins on November 1, 1988. It’s the 50th anniversary of Orson Welles’ the War of the Worlds, and it’s also the most dangerous day of the year to… Read full this story
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