Stranger Things Season 4: Joseph Quinn on Eddie's Fate and Learning to Play Metallica
Jul 04 2022
From creators the Duffer Brothers, the fourth season of Stranger Things wrapped up with what could only be described as the beginning of the end — literally, as our intrepid gang of heroes looked on while the town of Hawkins cracked open and the power of Vecna (Jamie Campbell Bower) and his minions from the Upside Down decisively started to leech out into reality. Although the showdown between Vecna and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) was ultimately a triumph for the good guys, it seems as though the Big Bad of not just the season — but the entire show — is only down, not completely out, and the battle didn't come without some big losses in the process. One of them turned out to be none other than Hellfire founder and Hawkins' misunderstood bad boy Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn), who sacrificed himself in a devastating moment worthy of inclusion in any D&D campaign, much to the despair of Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo). Although the town of Hawkins still believes Eddie to be mainly responsible for the chaos caused early on in the season, Dustin has made all efforts to quietly brand his friend a hero.

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