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The comics based on the hit Netflix series delve into B-movie horror nostalgia when Dustin goes to summer camp, confronts a sinister figure in an Albert Einstein mask, and joins forces with Suzie to solve mysterious disappearances. Dustin arrives at Camp Know Where to navigate the new social hierarchy without the support of his Hawkins adventuring party. While also face The comics based on the hit Netflix series delve into B-movie horror nostalgia when Dustin goes to summer camp, confronts a sinister figure in an Albert Einstein mask, and joins forces with Suzie to solve mysterious disappearances. Dustin arrives at Camp Know Where to navigate the new social hierarchy without the support of his Hawkins adventuring party. While also faced with nerdy bullies, a new menace haunts the young scientists and camp counselors. A mysterious figure with sinister intent arrives to disrupt the serene woodland scene. When camp counselors start to disappear, the solution won't take rocket science, but Dustin will have to get on the same wavelength as Suzie and the other campers before tensions reach a boiling point. Writer Jody Houser (Critical Role, Stranger Things: Into the Fire) returns with Edgar Salazar and Keith Champagne (Stranger Things: SIX) to create a new miniseries in the Stranger Things universe, taking place between seasons two and three of the hit Netflix show. Collects Stranger Things: Science Camp #1-#4.


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The comics based on the hit Netflix series delve into B-movie horror nostalgia when Dustin goes to summer camp, confronts a sinister figure in an Albert Einstein mask, and joins forces with Suzie to solve mysterious disappearances. Dustin arrives at Camp Know Where to navigate the new social hierarchy without the support of his Hawkins adventuring party. While also face The comics based on the hit Netflix series delve into B-movie horror nostalgia when Dustin goes to summer camp, confronts a sinister figure in an Albert Einstein mask, and joins forces with Suzie to solve mysterious disappearances. Dustin arrives at Camp Know Where to navigate the new social hierarchy without the support of his Hawkins adventuring party. While also faced with nerdy bullies, a new menace haunts the young scientists and camp counselors. A mysterious figure with sinister intent arrives to disrupt the serene woodland scene. When camp counselors start to disappear, the solution won't take rocket science, but Dustin will have to get on the same wavelength as Suzie and the other campers before tensions reach a boiling point. Writer Jody Houser (Critical Role, Stranger Things: Into the Fire) returns with Edgar Salazar and Keith Champagne (Stranger Things: SIX) to create a new miniseries in the Stranger Things universe, taking place between seasons two and three of the hit Netflix show. Collects Stranger Things: Science Camp #1-#4.

30 review for Stranger Things: Science Camp

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Another one of the fluff Stranger Things comics. Dustin goes to science camp where very little happens throughout most of it other than he's really worried about being a Dungeon Master for some kids at camp. Eventually, someone with a screwdriver and an Einstein mask starts terrorizing counselors. It's like a bad episode of Scooby Doo. Really young fans of Stranger Things might like this, but I was looking for more of a story. Received a review copy from Dark Horse and Edelweiss. Another one of the fluff Stranger Things comics. Dustin goes to science camp where very little happens throughout most of it other than he's really worried about being a Dungeon Master for some kids at camp. Eventually, someone with a screwdriver and an Einstein mask starts terrorizing counselors. It's like a bad episode of Scooby Doo. Really young fans of Stranger Things might like this, but I was looking for more of a story. Received a review copy from Dark Horse and Edelweiss.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    Dustin takes the spotlight as he heads off to the summer camp he attends between seasons two and three of the TV show. Away from his Hawkins friends he has to pull together a new Scooby gang to meddle with the diabolical plans of a mysterious masked figure in this riff on the Friday the 13th movies. Most importantly, he meets a girl named Suzie. It's fairly low-key and thin, but I'm really needing my ST fix this week, and this hit the spot well enough. Dustin takes the spotlight as he heads off to the summer camp he attends between seasons two and three of the TV show. Away from his Hawkins friends he has to pull together a new Scooby gang to meddle with the diabolical plans of a mysterious masked figure in this riff on the Friday the 13th movies. Most importantly, he meets a girl named Suzie. It's fairly low-key and thin, but I'm really needing my ST fix this week, and this hit the spot well enough.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    I have loved every comic series and this one was great!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jammin Jenny

    I loved this graphic novel set during the time that Dustin goes to Science Camp, after he and his friends from Stranger Things battle the creatures from season one of that series. We meet Suzy (his girlfriend), and Dustin is awesome in battling bullies (wouldn't think there would be bullies at science camp), and in solving a mystery of the disappearing camp counselors. I received an e-ARC of this book by the publisher via Edelweiss. This does not affect my opinion regarding the book. I loved this graphic novel set during the time that Dustin goes to Science Camp, after he and his friends from Stranger Things battle the creatures from season one of that series. We meet Suzy (his girlfriend), and Dustin is awesome in battling bullies (wouldn't think there would be bullies at science camp), and in solving a mystery of the disappearing camp counselors. I received an e-ARC of this book by the publisher via Edelweiss. This does not affect my opinion regarding the book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    I'm hanging out for the next season of Stranger Things so I figured this would hit the spot in the meantime. In this quick read we see what Dustin gets up to at Camp Know Where over the summer. Paying homage to 80s flick Friday the 13th, a masked killer is picking off the counsellors one by one, so it's up to Dustin and his fellow campers to save the day. After all, Dustin's faced off against suited men with guns and monsters from the Upside Down. What's a creep in an Einstein mask to him? This c I'm hanging out for the next season of Stranger Things so I figured this would hit the spot in the meantime. In this quick read we see what Dustin gets up to at Camp Know Where over the summer. Paying homage to 80s flick Friday the 13th, a masked killer is picking off the counsellors one by one, so it's up to Dustin and his fellow campers to save the day. After all, Dustin's faced off against suited men with guns and monsters from the Upside Down. What's a creep in an Einstein mask to him? This comic is fast-paced, well-written, and captures our beloved characters well - a bit of funny, silly fluff to enjoy until the next instalment of the Netflix series arrives.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marilee

    My favorite of all the stranger things comics so far, it was super cute!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Joey Nardinelli

    These EU stories die Stranger Things really don’t do much to alter the characters in any meaningful ways (even characterization), but this story was inoffensive with art that felt right at home in the 80s summer camp setting. Didn’t really buy the origins of Dustin and Suzie’s in that it felt really intensely flat and basically relies on the reader filling in the blanks for the rest of their summer (so…how necessary was any of this?). Houser’s portrayal of Dustin hits the mark at least, though m These EU stories die Stranger Things really don’t do much to alter the characters in any meaningful ways (even characterization), but this story was inoffensive with art that felt right at home in the 80s summer camp setting. Didn’t really buy the origins of Dustin and Suzie’s in that it felt really intensely flat and basically relies on the reader filling in the blanks for the rest of their summer (so…how necessary was any of this?). Houser’s portrayal of Dustin hits the mark at least, though most of the other characters are wholly forgettable. I do, however, bestow this four stars since the Greg Pak-written Erica-centered one shot at the end of this volume is short, funny, and sweet in ways I think might actually distill and enhance from the show’s portrayal of Team Erica, Dustin, Robin, and Steve. Also pretty strange to have almost nothing weird or scifi in a while volume, but from the sound of it, that’s the Stranger Things EU — moving too far from the source material in an effort to (or under the guise of?) touch on or play within other genres.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Eule Luftschloss

    trigger warning (view spoiler)[ bullying (hide spoiler)] Summer Camp! Where math and science are cool! This graphic novel is about the time Dustin was absent in season three, what happened at camp, how he met Suzie. It's fun, it's short. Not the whole summer is shown, just the most important part or rather the start of it all. Dustin narrates the whole thing, and there are some references to stuff that happened in season 1 and 2 of Stranger Things but you could read this without any prior knowledge trigger warning (view spoiler)[ bullying (hide spoiler)] Summer Camp! Where math and science are cool! This graphic novel is about the time Dustin was absent in season three, what happened at camp, how he met Suzie. It's fun, it's short. Not the whole summer is shown, just the most important part or rather the start of it all. Dustin narrates the whole thing, and there are some references to stuff that happened in season 1 and 2 of Stranger Things but you could read this without any prior knowledge, which is neat. The flair is very 80-ies, as is the original series. Listen, I would read this again, or further graphic novels like this. The arc was provided by the publisher.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    I would love to say I adored this comic! I was so excited to read it as I love the show and wanted to know what happened at camp! Unfortunately, the file I received was unable to be opened. I tried for a long time and downloaded many programs to my computer hoping one of them would open the file but with no luck. I clicked on the help button but the link was broken so it was no help either. I would love to review each part and give it glowing reviews but I can't say anything about a book I could I would love to say I adored this comic! I was so excited to read it as I love the show and wanted to know what happened at camp! Unfortunately, the file I received was unable to be opened. I tried for a long time and downloaded many programs to my computer hoping one of them would open the file but with no luck. I clicked on the help button but the link was broken so it was no help either. I would love to review each part and give it glowing reviews but I can't say anything about a book I couldn't even open. It gets one star for a cool cover Book provided for free by the publisher, but all opinions are my own.

  10. 5 out of 5

    S

    Dustin goes to a science camp to do what he actually loves ..... science. But soon a man is being seen in the camp wearing an Einstein mask and kidnapping the counsellors. Dustin and his friends must find out the identity of the person or else the science camp would have to close. This graphic novel was better than the ones since anyone can read it without the prior knowledge of the television series. The plot was great and unpredictable. Loved how Dustin taught others how to stand up against bul Dustin goes to a science camp to do what he actually loves ..... science. But soon a man is being seen in the camp wearing an Einstein mask and kidnapping the counsellors. Dustin and his friends must find out the identity of the person or else the science camp would have to close. This graphic novel was better than the ones since anyone can read it without the prior knowledge of the television series. The plot was great and unpredictable. Loved how Dustin taught others how to stand up against bullies.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    this book was so cute and well written! I loved the story line. It fit so well with the stranger things series as a whole and as n audience we’re able to see a totally different side of Dustin that fully fits his personality. All the characters in this novel were well developed and the story line was honestly fantastic and unpredictable. I love the direction they went in with this series and I can’t wait to read more books in this series. An ARC was provided to me on behalf of the publisher thou this book was so cute and well written! I loved the story line. It fit so well with the stranger things series as a whole and as n audience we’re able to see a totally different side of Dustin that fully fits his personality. All the characters in this novel were well developed and the story line was honestly fantastic and unpredictable. I love the direction they went in with this series and I can’t wait to read more books in this series. An ARC was provided to me on behalf of the publisher though edelweiss. All opinions are my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Geweke

    Another great tie-in. This time picking the fan favourite Dustin and Suzy in science camp, the never before seen backstory from season 3. The known characters are spot on and we get some new kids and old problems thrown in. We even have a mini adventure like the TV show with them. And of course all the Suzy-poo and Dusty-bun love and lore we all crave. Turn around Look at what you see In her face The mirror of your dreams Make believe I'm everywhere Given in the light Written on the pages Is the answer to Another great tie-in. This time picking the fan favourite Dustin and Suzy in science camp, the never before seen backstory from season 3. The known characters are spot on and we get some new kids and old problems thrown in. We even have a mini adventure like the TV show with them. And of course all the Suzy-poo and Dusty-bun love and lore we all crave. Turn around Look at what you see In her face The mirror of your dreams Make believe I'm everywhere Given in the light Written on the pages Is the answer to a never ending story Ahahah ahahah ahahah...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I received an eARC courtesy of Dark Horse Books via Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. Will non-fans of the show enjoy this? I don't know. But who cares about them anyway? This was quite the thrill ride and honestly I needed to know about Dustin's adventures at camp. Fantastic & I will definitely be adding it to my library's collection. For Libraries: This is technically classified as adult, but I don't have any content concerns about this being in a YA section. I received an eARC courtesy of Dark Horse Books via Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. Will non-fans of the show enjoy this? I don't know. But who cares about them anyway? This was quite the thrill ride and honestly I needed to know about Dustin's adventures at camp. Fantastic & I will definitely be adding it to my library's collection. For Libraries: This is technically classified as adult, but I don't have any content concerns about this being in a YA section.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Eric Benson

    A nice comic that tells the story of how Dustin met Suzie at Science Camp. What attracted them to one another and how their relationship began are the main focus of these four comics. There is also a nice subplot showing how Dustin continues to improve his inner strength and self-esteem in the face of multiple challenges, when, before, he wasn't as strong. It's a quick read, which keeps you excited for the next season of the series. A nice comic that tells the story of how Dustin met Suzie at Science Camp. What attracted them to one another and how their relationship began are the main focus of these four comics. There is also a nice subplot showing how Dustin continues to improve his inner strength and self-esteem in the face of multiple challenges, when, before, he wasn't as strong. It's a quick read, which keeps you excited for the next season of the series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    Oh man, it's been two whole years since the last season of Stranger Things, but these comics make the long, arduous wait for season 4 slightly less painful! Especially when the comic is about Dustin's adventures with Suzie at science camp. Also, there's a bonus story about Erica! Love it, need more, can't wait for season 4. Oh man, it's been two whole years since the last season of Stranger Things, but these comics make the long, arduous wait for season 4 slightly less painful! Especially when the comic is about Dustin's adventures with Suzie at science camp. Also, there's a bonus story about Erica! Love it, need more, can't wait for season 4.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I would like to thank edelweiss and the publisher for an advance copy in exchange for an honest review. I have read quite a few from this series of graphic novels, and this one didn’t disappoint. I have always been a fan of books that are set at a camp, combine that with the 80s and Dustin, and you’ve got a hit. Nice little backstory to the show.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lilly

    Before I started the show, I was debating if I wanted to watch it or not. But I then choosed that I wanted to watch it. It was so boring at first, but then in episode 3, It started getting really freaking good. I don't regret watching it. I just hope season 4 comes to netflix because you have to finished a series. I love love love this show. Before I started the show, I was debating if I wanted to watch it or not. But I then choosed that I wanted to watch it. It was so boring at first, but then in episode 3, It started getting really freaking good. I don't regret watching it. I just hope season 4 comes to netflix because you have to finished a series. I love love love this show.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    Quick, super fun read, that plays like Stranger Things meets the 2014 horror-comedy, Stage Fright, only at science camp instead of theater camp. The art is crisp, clean, beautiful, and moody. And Jody Houser knocks the story out of the park. It's clear she knows and loves Dustin (who takes central role in this) and '80s slashers. It made for a fun and wonderful combination Quick, super fun read, that plays like Stranger Things meets the 2014 horror-comedy, Stage Fright, only at science camp instead of theater camp. The art is crisp, clean, beautiful, and moody. And Jody Houser knocks the story out of the park. It's clear she knows and loves Dustin (who takes central role in this) and '80s slashers. It made for a fun and wonderful combination

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    Dustin is my favorite character from Stranger Things, so I already knew I was going to like his camp adventures. Mixing a bit of Slasher Horror in with Science Camp and First Love and Scooby Gang energy really works and was joy, an absolute joy to read. Also loved seeing more of Suzie!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    This was cute! A lot of the Stranger Things comics have been recaps of the show, so I liked that this covered something that was referenced but not actually shown. The horror/mystery wasn't great, but I did like the characters. This was cute! A lot of the Stranger Things comics have been recaps of the show, so I liked that this covered something that was referenced but not actually shown. The horror/mystery wasn't great, but I did like the characters.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    **I've read WAAAY more than I've been able to review, so.... time for some knee-jerk reactions!** If you're a fan of "Stranger Things," and particularly a fan of Dustin, then you'll enjoy this quick, fun little read. **I've read WAAAY more than I've been able to review, so.... time for some knee-jerk reactions!** If you're a fan of "Stranger Things," and particularly a fan of Dustin, then you'll enjoy this quick, fun little read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joyreader

    Fun storyline, great artwork, and captured the spirit of Stranger Things.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    This was my favorite Stranger Things comic so far. It added to the story, but still felt like a part of the series. It was great!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Taylor

    Sometimes humans are the monsters. This was a very good story to fill in just how Dustin met his girlfriend & his experience at Science camp.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Josh Mahoney

    This was a really fun story!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Spencer Miller

    Another reviewer said this was like a bad episode of Scooby Doo. I would argue it’s like a good episode of Scooby Doo.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Fun story and enjoyable to read the backstory to Dusitin meeting Suzie.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Jackson

  29. 5 out of 5

    Meghan Ryan

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Stewart

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