Mike and Eleven are done with the monsters of Hawkins for now, but that doesn't mean they're in the clear as far as parents and high school go. Not even close.
A new girl starts at Hawkins High with a specific mission: talk to Will Byers, Zombie Boy, and save her missing twin brother. She doesn't mean to drag the whole gang into her disaster, let alone across state lines.
Or, a collection of top 100 songs from the year of 1987 and how they correlate to Mike and Eleven's relationship, as well as the town of Hawkins. Chapter names are sort of spoilers! I just had this idea in my head of when El figures out that not all music is like the boring radio stations Hopper plays in the car, that maybe she gets carried away and never wants to turn it off and be in the silence of the Hawkins lab.
COVER HERE: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eJTmW1AEGpZeHACLIeb15WJvbdq1jmlH-sYY6UxXwA0/edit?usp=sharing
Fandoms: IT (2017), Stranger Things (TV 2016)
15 Jul 2019
Why did the mind flayer react like a jealous teenager when Billy defied it? Why didn’t it pick him up and swing him into its mouth, swiftly followed by whatever it had planned for Eleven? It could have finished before the door was closed. What happened to Hopper?
Where did It go when the Losers Club hurt it? (we’re ignoring what happened in the second half of It though, and pretending It also happened in the year of 1983, the summer before Eleven was found by Mike and the rest of the Party) Where are the lines of three unrelated stories drawn in places too close, maybe overlapping? All these questions and plenty of original characters. A mix of original and fan fiction, a blend of something new and something known.
“They were just kids, so It became everything they were afraid of. We weren’t afraid of anything anymore, so He became nothing. The others, they were ready for The Mind Flayer. So it became THEM. What’s left after that? We can do this. We can take that thing, together.”- Kimmy, a masterclass theorizer.