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Dark Horse sets 'Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen' for September 29th
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Dark Horse sets ‘Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen’ for September 29th

It’s January 1985. The Hawkins crew survived their battle with the terrible Mind Flayer, but Will is still reeling from the recent death of Bob Newby…

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Dark Horse announces new four-part Strangers Things miniseries coming September 29th from Greg Pak and Diego Galindo, with color artist Francesco Segala, and letterer Nate Piekos. Titled Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen, the new miniseries will have a main cover by Marc Aspinall, fans can pick up variants by Kyle Lambert, Diego Galindo, and Irvin Rodriguez.

We yet to know when the fourth season of Stranger Things will arrive, though a recent teaser suggests things are well underway.

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So what’s it about?

It’s January 1985. The Hawkins crew survived their battle with the terrible Mind Flayer, but Will is still reeling from the recent death of Bob Newby. Will’s friends have been too busy with their girlfriends to notice how much he is struggling. However, Will finds a way to bring the team back together again when he and Mr. Clarke discover a mysterious map Bob left in a box of old nerdy memorabilia. Will rallies the crew to investigate and they find more than they could have imagined. Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen explores grief and friendship all while capturing the Stranger Things’ sense of adventure.

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Dark Horse announces 'Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen'

Cover by Kyle Lambert

Dark Horse announces 'Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen' Dark Horse sets 'Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen' for September 29th Dark Horse announces 'Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen'

For more on this news, read the official press release below.

MILWAUKIE, Ore., (June 24, 2021)—The frights and delights of Hawkins, Indiana return to comics with the upcoming Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen miniseries arriving September 2021! Writer Greg Pak returns, along with artist Diego Galindo, colorist Francesco Segala, and letterer Nate Piekos.

It’s January 1985. The Hawkins crew survived their battle with the terrible Mind Flayer, but Will is still reeling from the recent death of Bob Newby. Will’s friends have been too busy with their girlfriends to notice how much he is struggling. However, Will finds a way to bring the team back together again when he and Mr. Clarke discover a mysterious map Bob left in a box of old nerdy memorabilia. Will rallies the crew to investigate and they find more than they could have imagined. Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen explores grief and friendship all while capturing the Stranger Things’ sense of adventure.

Stranger Things: Tomb of Ybwen #1 (of four) arrives September 29, 2021 and is available for pre-order now through your local comic shop. Along with the main cover by Marc Aspinall, fans can pick up variants by Kyle Lambert, Diego Galindo, and Irvin Rodriguez.

Praise for Stranger Things: SIX

“I can say with certainty this book is well worth reading” -AIPT, David Brooke

“STRANGER THINGS: SIX #1 is a must-read for fans of the show and of incredible graphic storytelling!”— Monkeys Fighting Robots, Matthew Sardo

“Stranger Things: Six is an excellent companion to the TV show.”— Horror DNA, James Ferguson

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