Stranger Things: Check Out This Neat Infographic on Mind Flayers in Pop Culture
The Netflix series’ unique representation of the Dungeons & Dragons creature is more the exception than the rule.
By Chris Morse
The Mind Flayer is a villain from the Upside Down we expect to see more of in Stranger Things, but given its fairly unique representation in the hit Netflix series, it’s certainly worth exploring the origins of it. Also considering the show’s many ties to Dungeons & Dragons, it’s only fitting that some of the creatures borrow their namesake from the popular roleplaying game, but that is typically where the similarities end.
Our friends over at Geek For the Win put together a very cool infographic diving into the history of the Mind Flayer along with its many varying representations in pop culture. We’ve been given permission to share it here on Dead Entertainment, so without further ado, check it out below!
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