Stranger Things 2 is at the top of the pop culture pyramid right now. Most fans probably binged it over this past weekend, coming out of a loving haze feeling like they just actually escaped The Upside Down. So what do you do now (other than rewatching it of course)? Where do you get your nostalgic look at kids encountering and adventuring into the supernatural and unknown? Well if comics are your thing (and if they aren’t what ARE you waiting for?) then check out the following three comic book series that will help curb your jones until the Duffer Brothers and Netflix inadvertently take us back to Hawkins, hopefully by next year!

You can find all these books at your local comic book shop.

2Marvel’s 1985


Writer: Mark Millar
Artist: Tommy Lee Edwards
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Mark Millar has made a name for himself with his Millarworld books (Kick-Ass/Reborn/Wanted/Kingsman). But years ago he did a lot of work with Marvel and one of his best and most unique books was this collaboration with Tommy Lee Edwards (Mother Panic). 1985 tells the story of Toby Goodman, a young boy from our ‘real world’ who finds out supervillains from the Marvel Universe are invading. Like Stranger Things, it features a child with some strong mental powers at its center and is set in, well, 1985. This book might be a little harder to enjoy if you aren’t a die-hard Marvel Comics fan, but it still has a certain feel that should appeal to you if you miss hanging out with Dustin, Will, Eleven, Mike and Lucas over in Hawkins. But if you are a Marvel or a classic comics fan it’s that much more fun.