Comic-Con: Netflix puts you in ‘Defenders’ and ‘Stranger Things’ – CNET

Netflix Experience at Comic-Con

At the Hilton Gaslamp, people can step into the worlds of three big huge upcoming Netflix shows. 

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Enter NYC, alt-LA and Hawkins — all in San Diego

A fake subway sign announces our first stop. 

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Which line is that?

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Keeping the city safe

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Getting the band together

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News you can hold

Because what would a New York street be without WSJ on the corner?

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Josie’s: Open for business

But only for water (and t-shirts!).

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Demogorgon!

Ruuuuuuuuuuun

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Become Eleven

Stop the Demogorgon by becoming an Eggo-loving child.

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Welcome to the ’80s

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Inside the ‘Stranger Things’ tent

All kinds of goodies await you inside, including numerous props and costumes.

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Barb: Gone but not forgotten

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Poor Barb

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More Barb-centric props

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Costumes from the series

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Will’s sweet vest

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All things Eleven

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Let’s ride!

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A non-Easter egg

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Giveaways!

Choose between tiny Eleven, adorable tiny Demogorgon, a t-shirt, a Barb candle or a hat.

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Smelly candle

In a good way! The host said it smelled amazing. 

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Hats for days

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Step inside the Byers home

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DOE property

Once you enter you are treated to a virtual reality experience on the HTC Vive where you communicate with the Upside Down (and scream your head off if you’re like me).

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Sealed mask

We’ve only glimpsed this in the teaser, but good odds it’s connected to the DOE’s work.

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There’s been a breach!

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Better escape to LA

Or rather, alt-LA.

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‘Bright’

The new Netflix film stars Will Smith as a human police officer. 

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Throne

In this universe, humans have coexisted with orcs, elves, fairies and magic since the beginning of time.

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Magic wand

When this is accidentally found, it causes all sorts of issues.

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Prejudice

As with any society, some are treated better than others.

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sELFish

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Police station posters

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Alert! Orc on the loose!

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Every species has rights

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Fairy den

In this room you can see costumes for the police officers and elves.

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Whoa

Make no bones about it, “Bright” is definitely an R-rated movie. Directed by David Ayer (“Suicide Squad”), it will be available on Netflix on December 22. 

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Go hang out!

Between cool giveaways and immersive experiences, the Netflix activation is definitely worth trying. 

Be sure to check out all of CNET’s Comic-Con 2017 coverage.

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