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'Stranger Things' Lego Set Goes Upside Down

The set based on the Netflix show is a whopping 2,287 pieces and is designed to be flipped over on its end.
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The set based on the Netflix show is a whopping 2,287 pieces and is designed to be flipped over on its end.

Now this is a Lego set.

Lego has unveiled a Stranger Things set that literally flips things upside down.

Stranger Things: The Upside Down, based on the Netflix series, is a massive 2,287-brick set where half the set is overturned. The piece consists of the house of the Byers family, played by Winona Ryder, Charlie Heaton and Noah Schnapp in the show, on the top side, and the supernatural alien world of the Upside Down version of the house on the bottom, but flipped.

The set is designed to be displayed on either side. It measures over 12 inches (32cm) tall, 17 inches (44cm) wide and 8 inches (21cm) deep. Lego is touting a shared building experience with this one, pointing out that the sections of the house come in 11 bags and that the real world and Upside Down houses can be built concurrently, if that’s your thing.  

The set comes with eight minifigures (Eleven, Mike Wheeler, Lucas Sinclair, Dustin Henderson, Will Byers, Joyce Byers, Chief Jim Hopper and the Demogorgon) and all the key accessories from the show, such as slingshots, walkie-talkies, a coffee mug and Eleven’s waffle.

The set will retail for $199.99  and hit Lego stores June 1. The latest season of the show, its third, will hit Netflix on July 4.

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