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Stranger Things: The Voyage #1 (of 4)

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Captain Jacoby is too broke to reject a shady deal from a group of Russians looking to get from Alaska back home on his freighter ship The Persophone, but things get turned upside down when a crew member gets butchered, suspects something far stranger at play.

Michael Moreci, Todor Hristov, and team return for another rampage in the world of Stranger Things. New characters and setting expanding the world of Stranger Things!

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24 pages
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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Interesting installment of a story that continues to nourish the Stranger Things universe that pays tribute to Bran Stoker.

    It is a very detailed art with textures that provide a classic and vintage tone with a cold color palette, where it successfully captures the mixture of horror, suspense and science fiction of the Netflix series.

  • 80

    Stranger Things: The Voyage #1 seeks to expand the world of Netflix’s popular series with new characters and a new setting, and the book’s debut hits the ground running. Writer Michael Moreci introduces fans to an intriguing and rather likable crew aboard The Persephone, and though the bigger supernatural elements of the franchise don’t rear their head until later, there’s a palpable tension building throughout the entire issue before that dam ultimately breaks. The crew and their arrangement with the Russian mercenaries is compelling on its own, and that’s also in large part thanks to the talents of artist Todor Hristov, colorist Francesco Segala, and letterer Nate Piekos, who convey the mood, the stakes, and the tension brilliantly from the very first page. You know the chaos is coming, but you soon find yourself just as engrossed in the survival of the crew, and that makes the eventual chaos hit even harder. Stranger Things: The Voyage #1 completely surprised me, and I can’t wait to see what other mysteries this tale of the sea holds.

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