Mind Flayer : Inspired By Stranger Things


The Mind Flayer, also known as the Shadow Monster or the Brain, is a malevolent entity inhabiting the Upside Down. He was introduced in Stranger Things’s second season, and is considered one of the show’s main antagonists.

The history of the Mind Flayer prior to October 1984 remains a mystery. Exactly how long he had existed for, and how and why he came into existence, is unknown.

In November 1983, an inter-dimensional gate was opened at Hawkins Lab, allowing the Upside Down to begin to spread through. It is not known if the Mind Flayer was present within the Upside Down at this time.


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Hawkins Babysitting Club : Inspired by Stranger Things


“I may be a pretty shitty boyfriend, but it turns out I’m actually a pretty damn good babysitter.”

–Steve Harrington, “The Gate”

Steve Harrington is a recurring character in the first season and a main character in the second season of Stranger Things. He is portrayed by starring cast member Joe Keery.

Steve is a student at Hawkins High School, friends with the bullies Tommy H. and Carol and dating the brainy and innocent Nancy Wheeler. When Nancy’s best friend disappeared, she became distant and Steve thought she was cheating with Jonathan Byers.

Following a few stupid actions, Steve had a change of heart, told his friends off and set out to make things right. By coincidence, he ended up heroically saving the day and reconciled with his girlfriend.

In Season 2, Steve becomes a proper ally to the main cast, especially Dustin, with whom he forms an unlikely friendship. He becomes a sort of father figure for the party and solidifies himself into becoming a major player in the battle against the Mind Flayer.


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Hawkins Middle Snow Ball ’84 : Inspired by Stranger Things


The Snow Ball was a festive school dance held annually at Hawkins Middle School.


Season One

Mike Wheeler called the dance “cheesy” and had never gone, but decided to attend for the first time after meeting Eleven. He invited Eleven to be his partner to the Ball and she accepted. Their plans never came to fruition as Eleven vanished before the Ball took place.

Sesaon Two

Mike, Dustin, Lucas and Will all go to the Snow Ball, with Lucas dancing with Max, Mike dancing with Eleven, Will dancing with another girl and Nancy Wheeler inviting Dustin to dance.


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Hawkins Police Department : Inspired by Stranger Things


The Hawkins Police Station is the police station in the city of Hawkins, Indiana and the headquarters of the Hawkins Police Department. A small-scale and modest building, it houses a reception, a common room, and offices.

Police Chief Hopper started working at the police station in 1979. He has stated the worst thing to happen during his employment was “when an owl attacked Eleanor Gillespie’s head because he thought it was a nest.

The police officers wear light blue button-up shirts with the United States flag on the right shoulder and the Hawkins Police patch on the left. The Chief is distinguished in that he wears a beige shirt and pants.

Each officer wears a metallic silver badge on their left chest, with the writing “Hawkins Police” followed by the seal of Hawkins and “Officer” and their badge number written on the bottom. The chief’s badge is gold and says “Chief.”

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Palace Arcade : Inspired by Stranger Things


The Palace was a local arcade in Hawkins. It featured a variety of games, including Dragon’s Lair, Dig Dug, Galaga, and Pac-Man, as well as several pinball games. Keith worked at the arcade.

Behind the scenes

The Duffer Brothers revealed that their very first idea for the second season was to introduce a local arcade, stating that “We love board games but in truth have spent more time playing video games, so we wanted to weave them into the fabric of the show.

The filming location for the arcade was an old laundromat located on 6500 Church Street in Douglasville, Georgia. The laundromat was renovated and converted into an arcade for the show.

All the games on set were playable, so the cast and crew were able to play them between takes

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The Time Bureau Agency : Inspired by Legends of Tomorrow


“Forming the Time Bureau has been the work of the last five years of my life. They’ve gotten quite good at it I have to say.”

—Rip Hunter

The Time Bureau is an organization whose goal is to protect the timeline, the supposed goal of its predecessor, the Time Masters. It is led by directors Rip Hunter and Wilbur Bennett

After Rip left the Legends from their recent victory against the Legion of Doom, he went off to create a new group to replace the Time Masters. He then saw that the Legends’ actions had created an abundance of anachronisms, or people and things getting tossed throughout time.

He spent five years looking for new recruits and setting up a base of operations. With his new Time Bureau, they set off to Los Angeles in 2017, where they began to take all the lost dinosaurs and displaced architectures, and restored them to their proper place and times. The Legends were relieved from their duties for six months. However, during this time, Julius Caesar was spotted in Aruba by Mick Rory. The Time Bureau attempted to handle it, but were unsuccessful, causing the Legends to reform and steal the Waverider, heading there to fix it. They were able to capture him, sending him back to his original time period, but accidentally sending him with a book detailing Roman history, including his murder.

The Legends and Time Bureau were forced to team up, taking the book back and restoring the timeline

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