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{{SpikeComicBook
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{{DisambigLink|description = collection|common = issue|link = Stranger Things}}
| image = Spikevol2.jpg
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| released = August 24, 2011
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{{ComicCollection
| publisher = [[IDW Publishing]]
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|title = Stranger Things
| pages = 100
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|cover = Spikevol2.jpg
| writer = [[Brian Lynch]]
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|released = August 24, [[2011]]
| penciller = [[Franco Urru]]<br>[[Stephen Mooney]]
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|pages = 106
| inker = [[Franco Urru]]<br>[[Fabio Mantovani]]
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|format = Hardcover
| colorist = [[Andrea Priorini]]
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|series = [[Spike (IDW series)|''Spike'' (IDW series)]]
| previous = [[All Together Now]]
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|volume = 1
| next =
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|previous = "[[Alone Together Now (HC)|Alone Together Now]]"
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|next = <small>Last volume in the series.</small>
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|publisher = [[IDW Publishing]]
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|writer = [[Brian Lynch]]
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|editor = [[Mariah Huehner]]
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|penciller = [[Stephen Mooney]]<br />[[Franco Urru]]
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|colorist = [[Andrea Priorini]]<br />[[Fabio Mantovani]]
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|coverart = [[Jenny Frison]]
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|letterer = [[Neil Uyetake]]
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|isbn = 9781613770061
 
}}
 
}}
   
"'''Stranger Things'''" was a hardcover comic book collecting issues 5-8 of the ''[[Spike (IDW series)|Spike]]'' series.
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"'''Stranger Things'''" is the second and final volume of the ''[[Spike (IDW series)|Spike]]'' hardcovers, collecting issues five to eight of the comic book series. It was originally published on August 24, [[2011]] by [[IDW Publishing]].
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==Synopsis==
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The last IDW ''Spike'' stories come to a shattering conclusion as [[Spike]] faces a crazed killer, the full power of [[Wolfram & Hart]], and the consequences of having a [[soul]] and a [[demon]]ic ex. But it's the appearance of [[Willow Rosenberg|Willow]] that really shakes things up, not to mention a spaceship and some unexpected old "friends."<ref>[https://www.idwpublishing.com/product/spike-vol-2-stranger-things/ "Spike Vol. 2: Stranger Things"]. ''[[IDW Publishing]]''. Retrieved September 14, 2019.</ref>
   
 
==Stories==
 
==Stories==
* "[[Bedknobs and Boomsticks]]"
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*''[[Bedknobs and Boomsticks]]''
* "[[Something Borrowed]]"
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*''[[Something Borrowed]]''
* "[[Give And Take]]"
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*''[[Give and Take]]''
* "[[Stranger Things]]"
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*''[[Stranger Things]]''
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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*[[Betta George]] (4/4)
 
*[[Betta George]] (4/4)
 
*[[Drusilla]] (4/4)
 
*[[Drusilla]] (4/4)
*[[Jeremy Johns]] (4/8)
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*[[Clifton]] (3/4)
*[[Willow Rosenberg]] (4/8)
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*[[John]] (3/4)
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*[[Jeremy Johns]] (3/4)
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*[[Willow Rosenberg]] (3/4)
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*[[Anna (demon)|Anna]] (1/4)
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*[[Jiminy]] (1/4)
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*[[KLKK RKKKK FKKKT]] (1/4)
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*[[Malposo Angra Mazda Ormazd Yazatas Mainyu]] (1/4)
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*[[Marv]] (1/4)
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*[[Lilah Morgan]] (1/4)
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*[[Brandon Thilbault]] (1/4)
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==Behind the scenes==
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===Production===
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*Features cover gallery.
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===Distribution===
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*"Stranger Things" was the 194th best selling graphic novel in its publishing month, with 637 sales in August 2011 at comic specialty stores.<ref>[https://icv2.com/articles/comics/view/21031 "Top 300 Graphic Novels Actual--August 2011"]. ''ICv2'', September 13, 2011.</ref>
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==Gallery==
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<gallery captionalign="center">
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Spike-08-02b.jpg|Jenny Frison
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</gallery>
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==References==
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{{References}}
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[[Category:Spike Comic Collections]]
 
[[Category:Spike Comic Collections]]
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[[Category:IDW Publishing]]

Revision as of 04:36, September 14, 2019

This article is about the collection. For the issue, see Stranger Things.


"Stranger Things" is the second and final volume of the Spike hardcovers, collecting issues five to eight of the comic book series. It was originally published on August 24, 2011 by IDW Publishing.

Synopsis

The last IDW Spike stories come to a shattering conclusion as Spike faces a crazed killer, the full power of Wolfram & Hart, and the consequences of having a soul and a demonic ex. But it's the appearance of Willow that really shakes things up, not to mention a spaceship and some unexpected old "friends."[1]

Stories

Appearances

Behind the scenes

Production

  • Features cover gallery.

Distribution

  • "Stranger Things" was the 194th best selling graphic novel in its publishing month, with 637 sales in August 2011 at comic specialty stores.[2]

Gallery

References

  1. "Spike Vol. 2: Stranger Things". IDW Publishing. Retrieved September 14, 2019.
  2. "Top 300 Graphic Novels Actual--August 2011". ICv2, September 13, 2011.
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