See The Stunning Stranger Things Season 4 Retro Horror Posters
Check out these incredible fan-made posters for Stranger Things season 4, but beware of potential spoilers.
Spoilers for the first half of Stranger Things Season 4 ahead!
Stranger Things Season 4 is in the books, with the last two movie-length episodes being released this weekend. Of course, this means there is plenty of fan art out there. One particularly cool piece of fan art comes from Twitter user Butcher Billy. Check out the Tweet and the artwork below:
Out of all the Stranger Things Season 4 artwork, this is definitely some of the coolest. The artist made a horror poster for each episode of the season, including a significant part of each episode in the artwork without spoiling anything. In an age where movie posters are obsessed with just making floating heads of all the top stars in the movie, these posters are a breath of fresh air. Of course, cool art like this takes time, so we’ll just have to wait a little bit for Butcher Billy to add the final two episodes “Papa” and “The Piggyback.” With the episodes just coming out yesterday, the artist obviously will need some time to watch the episodes, conceptualize the posters, and create them.
Stranger Things Season 4 has been quite the ride. The first volume of the season picked up after the Battle of Starcourt Mall, which saw the Hawkins gang send the Mind Flayer back to the Upside Down and Hopper closing the gate to the Upside Down in Russia, seemingly sacrificing himself in the process. The teaser at the end teased that Hopper survived and then it was confirmed in the early episodes of the fourth season. The fourth season showed Will, Eleven, and Jonathan in their new home in California, the rest of the gang back in Hawkins dealing with high school, and Hopper in his Russian prison. We also met the new big bad of the season, Vecna, who likes to invade the mind of Hawkins teens before brutally murdering them. The end of Volume One revealed that Vecna was actually One, the assistant that tried to help Eleven escape from the Hawkins lab (before she sent him to the Upside Down). We also saw Hopper escaping from his Russian prison, the rest of the Hawkins gang finding gates to the Upside Down, and Nancy seemingly under Vecna’s thrall.
Of course, Stranger Things Season 4 also brought Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God),” back into the popular music mainstream. The song was also perfectly mixed with the Stranger Things theme for the Volume 2 trailer. If you haven’t seen the trailer, it’s definitely worth checking out before you watch the final two episodes. The final two episodes of the season are about four hours in length total, giving us an epic conclusion. Of course, Stranger Things will be ending in Season 5, with the Duffer Brothers bringing things to an end on their own terms. Which should be getting a satisfying conclusion to the fan-favorite Netflix series. Hopefully, we’ll continue to get this cool artwork from Butcher Billy for each upcoming episode of the fifth season. Until then, make sure to check out the fourth season on Netflix now.