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    Who dies in Stranger Things season 4, Volume 2 finale

    Here's who survived and who died in the 'Stranger Things' season 4, Volume 2 final episodes that were teased as being deadly for some of our main characters.

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    Warning: This article contains spoilers from Stranger Things season 4, Volume 2.

    All we kept hearing about Volume 2 of Stranger Things season 4 was that it was bigger and more deadly.

    The Duffer Brothers confirmed in an interview with Variety that there would be a "body count" in the final two episodes, which have a total runtime of nearly 4 hours, while star Joseph Quinn (Eddie) described the finale as "just carnage" to The Guardian. The trailer for the two-part finish also teased lines like "your friends have lost" and "it might not work out for us this time." So, was it as fatal for our heroes as it sounded?

    Not quite. Only two individuals died in season 4, Volume 2 — unless you count all the unnamed lab workers and soldiers who got shot up in the NINA Project headquarters. So, let's say there were two main characters who didn't make it to the end.

    Dr. Martin Brenner/Papa

    Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and Dr. Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine) are back at it in the 'Stranger Things' season 4 finale episodes.


    Brenner (Matthew Modine) actually dies this time. No seemingly getting devoured by a demogorgon off-screen only to come back three seasons later. Although, it seems we might never find out how Papa survived that season 1 attack.

    After regaining her powers in the NINA tank, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is determined to return to Hawkins to save her friends before they get themselves killed by facing Vecna/Henry/One (Jamie Campbell Bower) in the Upside Down. Brenner had other plans. His men beat the heck out of Dr. Sam Owens (Paul Reiser), while Brenner drugs Eleven and puts an electric collar around her neck. He wants to continue their work in the tank so he knows for sure she's strong enough to face Vecna.

    Even though Eleven gets some good telekinetic punches in, that's not what kills him. Lt. Col. Jack Sullivan (Sherman Augustus), still believing Eleven is causing the horrors in Hawkins, leads his forces on an assault on Brenner's underground desert lab. Brenner tries carrying Eleven to safety and gets shot up a bunch of times by a sniper in a helicopter — before Eleven uses her powers to blow the crap out of that bird.

    Adding more confirmation that he's truly dead this time, Brenner gives a final exhale as he goes still on the ground.

    Eddie Munson

    Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) is ready to raise some Hellfire.


    Well, Eddie, it was good knowing you while it lasted.

    One of the standouts of Stranger Things season 4, Joseph Quinn's Eddie Munson goes out in a blaze of glory. The kids in Hawkins suit up to go back to the Upside Down on an assassination mission. While Max (Sadie Sink) lures Vecna to come try to kill her again through astral projection, Steve (Joe Keery), Nancy (Natalia Dyer), and Robin (Maya Hawke) head for the other dimension's Creel House to attack his defenseless body.

    Eddie and Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) remain crucial for this plan to work. They are in charge of distracting the demo-bats long enough for the others to sneak into Vecna's lair undetected. So Eddie finds his guitar, sets up an amp on the roof of his alt-dimension house, and performs Metallica's "Master of Puppets." But that means the demo-bats have now set their sights on Eddie and Dustin.

    The kids lock themselves inside the house with the creatures threatening to break in. To save Dustin, Eddie throws his buddy back through the portal to the real world before luring the winged minions away on a bike through the Upside Down. Not wanting to be a coward, like when he ran away from Chrissy's mangled body in the season 4 premiere episode, Eddie decides he's going to stand his ground and fight. Unfortunately, he does not survive.

    Honorable mention

    Will Max (Sadie Sink) and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) reconcile?


    If we're pulling hairs, okay, technically three people died in the finale. But this third one came back to life, so it doesn't really count.

    Unbeknownst to her, Eleven telepathically piggybacks into Max's mind and waits for Vecna to emerge. She and Vecna both get the upper hand at various points in the fight, but El is unable to stop Vecna from killing Max. He injures her so badly that, while her contorted body in the real world is lying in the arms of Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) with bloody eyes and broken limbs, Max dies for 10 seconds or so. Eleven's astral self is able to use her powers to bring Max back, but the girl is left in a coma at the end of the finale with no signs of recovery.

    And because Max did die, that was all Vecna needs. The gang figures out Vecna's master plan: destroy the barrier between their world and the Upside Down. To do that, he needs to kill four individuals, each one leaving behind a new crack to the dimension at their murder site. With Max dead, even for seconds, the barrier drops and the Upside Down crashes into the world of Hawkins. How is anyone going to fix that big problem? That's for the fifth and final season to determine.

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    Who dies in Strangers Things season 4, Volume 2?

    We list every character who didn't make it to the end of episode 9. Spoilers inside, naturally

    Who dies in Strangers Things season 4, Volume 2?

    By Amy West Contributions from Fay Watson published about 18 hours ago

    Every character who didn't make it to the end of episode 9 – spoilers ahead, naturally

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    Stranger Things season 4, Volume 2 was always going to be messy – and we can't say they didn't warn us. The Duffer brothers made it clear this was going to be the darkest installment yet, the show's creators teasing deaths aplenty.

    Episodes 8 and 9 see the characters – spread out in Hawkins, Russia, and Nevada – somewhat unknowingly team up to take down Vecna. When previously asked whether the epic two-part finale would warrant a "body count", Matt and Ross Duffer candidly replied: "For sure, for sure." And their ominous warning proved true.

    Now that the final two episodes are out, we know who doesn't make it through the battle with Vecna – and yet, there are still a few questions about who remains alive. To say any more, however, would be a major spoiler. Don't go any further if you don't want to know who dies in Stranger Things season 4, Volume 2. Right, now that that's clarified, let's get listing who bites the dust...

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    Does Max die in Stranger Things?

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    Max almost succumbed to Vecna's dark dimension in the fourth episode of the season. Fortunately, her friends (and Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill') helped her consciousness fight the veiny villain and find its way back to her body in the real world. In Volume 2, Max persuades the gang to use her as bait for Vecna's spirit, while the others fry his physical form in the Upside Down – but it doesn't take long for things to go sideways.

    First, Vecna infiltrates the happy memory Max is using to keep him at arm's length – her time at the Hawkins' Middle School Snow Ball – and then, during his attack on Lucas at the Creel House, Jason crushes her cassette player. Without music to snap her out of the Mind Layer, Vecna manages to overpower Max, and she starts levitating back in Hawkins.

    As her limbs bend and break, blood starts seeping from her whited-out eyes, and it looks like she's a goner, but Eleven intervenes in the nick of time and blasts Vecna's consciousness away from her bestie. Back in the real world, Lucas orders Erica to call for an ambulance, as he cradles a badly injured Max, who says she can't see or feel anything. A few minutes later, Max dies – her heart stops for one whole minute.

    However, Eleven decides she's seen enough death and... kind of... resurrects Max using her powers. Only not completely, because when we see Max next, she's in a coma in the hospital. Eleven enters her mind and there's no one there, only darkness. Let's pray that, by the time Stranger Things season 5 rolls around, Max is conscious again.

    Eddie Munson

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    This one hurts. Eddie Munson may have only joined Stranger Things at the beginning of season 4, but he quickly became one of the best characters on the show. The Dungeons & Dragons loving, heavy-metal stan wormed his way into our hearts from his first introduction in the school canteen. He didn't have a very easy time of it, though, as he got swept up in the Satanic Panic of '80s Hawkins after he was the last person to be seen with Chrissy. Witnessing her brutal death, he went into hiding as the cops came after him. Dustin, Steve, and the Hawkins gang saved him and brought him into their plans to take down Vecna.

    In the final battle, he and Dustin are given the job to lure the Demobats away from Steve, Nancy, and Robin so they have time to destroy Vecna's body in the Upside Down. They're warned not to be heroes – but unfortunately, it seems Eddie is not listening. At first, everything seems to be going well but then the bats start getting into the trailer through the vents. Dustin and Eddie decide to abandon ship. But at the last moment, Eddie changes his mind, leaving Dustin back in Hawkins to buy some more time.

    It's not long before the bats converge on him, leaving him with some very serious injuries. By the time Dustin gets back through the gate, Eddie is dying. As he lies in his arms, Eddie tells Dustin: "I didn't run away this time, right?" as he makes him promise to look after the others. His final words are all about how he might finally graduate this year, on his third and final attempt. "I think it's my year Henderson," he tells him, "I think it's finally my year." '86, baby. Excuse me, I think I might have something in my eye…

    Dr. Martin Brenner

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    It was a given that an episode titled 'Papa' would feature Brenner in a big way – and the eighth episode certainly did not disappoint. After her confrontation with Henry Creel (Jamie Campbell Bower) in his pre-Vecna phase, Dr. Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine) and Dr. Sam Owens (Paul Reiser) reveal to Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) the truth about Vecna/Henry/One.

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    Stranger Things Season 4: Who Dies in Volume 2?

    Yes, the Stranger Things season 4 finale has a tragic body count. Here is who dies in volume 2 and what it means for the show going forward.


    Stranger Things Season 4: Who Dies in Volume 2?

    Yes, the Stranger Things season 4 finale has a tragic body count. Here is who dies in volume 2 and what it means for the show going forward.

    By Alec Bojalad July 1, 2022 |

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    This article obviously contains ENORMOUS SPOILERS for STRANGER THINGS season 4.

    Pop culture has trained us well to expect some corpses in the season finales of our favorite television shows. When it comes to Stranger Things season 4, however, it was particularly clear that a cast culling was in store.

    Not only has Stranger Things not been shy about callously murdering its characters in the past (R.I.P. Barb, Bob Newby, and countless other Hawkins citizens) but season 4 almost had to kill off some folks as a matter of pure logistics. It’s well-covered territory that this is the longest Stranger Things season by far with each episode running in excess of 70 minutes and the final two episodes going for an hour and a half and two and a half hours, respectively. A lot of that narrative bloat can be attributed to the show’s overwhelmingly large cast size and the disparate journeys they all go on.


    Suffice it to say, fans were prepared to witness some death in Stranger Things season 4 episodes 8 and 9…and death they indeed received. Let’s break down who bites the dust in these final two episodes, why they’re dispatched, and what it means for Stranger Things season 5.


    Please note that this list covers only major characters. I’m sure the countless Soviet soldiers devoured by the Demogorgon and the 22 Hawkins residents who died in the town “earthquake” all had families but we don’t care about them for the purposes of this article.

    Dr. Martin Brenner

    We’ve been down this road with Eleven’s “Papa,” Dr. Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine), before. We all thought he was dead following the events of season 1. Of course, Stranger Things was more than happy to abide by that old TV adage of “no body, no death” and brought the enigmatic character back. This time, however, the dude is most definitively dead.

    In episode 8, fittingly titled “Papa,” Brenner finally steps up for the little girl he supposedly loves as a daughter. When the military arrives to Dr. Owens’ underground facility to take Eleven out, Brenner scoops her up in his arms and carries her to safety. Once they make it out into the Nevadan desert, the duo comes under fire from some goons in a nearby helicopter. Brenner shields Eleven from the gunshots and in the process takes more than enough lead to be lethal.

    Brenner dies in the desert, but not before he remotely unlocks Eleven’s power-suppressing collar in one final act of contrition.

    Eddie Munson

    Going into this episode, most fans expected that one or both of Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) or Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) was a goner. The final episode, written and directed by The Duffer Brothers, seemingly has some fun with those expectations. Just about every line that Steve and Eddie utter feels like it could be their last.

    Steve waxes poetically about how he wants a future where he’s very much alive and on a road trip with Nancy and their six children. Eddie meanwhile goes out of his way to make clear that his self designation as a coward is bothering him and he’s absolutely itching to go out in a blaze of glory. In the end, Stranger Things season 4 gives Eddie exactly what he wants.


    After Eddie and Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) successfully distract the Demobats away from the Creel House and towards Eddie’s trailer, they quickly become overwhelmed. Dustin makes the wise decision to bail out of the Upside Down and make it back to the real world. Eddie elects to stay behind to continue to distract the bats and give Steve and co. some more time. Eddie is able to further distract the bats but at the cost of his own life.

    The real tragedy here isn’t just that Eddie dies but that he dies without the town of Hawkins knowing that he’s a hero and not a satanic murderer. At least Dustin is able to share that information with Eddie’s uncle.

    Jason Carver

    The appropriately-named Jason Carver (Mason Dye) has the quickest and most darkly funny death in Stranger Things season 4. This basketball-playing uber dickhead remains convinced that Eddie Munson ritualistically killed his girlfriend Chrissy Cunningham (Grace Van Dien). One can forgive Jason for thinking that theory is vindicated when he arrives at the Creel House only to discover Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) engaged in what very clearly looks to be a Satanic ritual with Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink).

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