Barb's back! Shannon Purser thrills fans at Comic-Con as she makes surprise appearance to ask Stranger Things cast if she'll be on season 2
The cast of Netflix's Stranger Things took Comic-Con by storm on Saturday as they unveiled the trailer for season two of the his streaming series.
But the biggest cheers were reserved for actress Shannon Purser, who played Barb on season one and who disguised herself as a fan so she could ask a question during the cast panel at the convention.
Fans went wild when she got up to the microphone in the auditorium and asked: 'Will Barb make it into season two?'
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Barb's back! Actress Shannon Purser got a wild reception from fans as she made a surprise appearance at Comic-Con during the Stranger Things panel
The cast, who seemed equally surprised, excitedly motioned to her to come join them on stage.
However, the answer to her question turned out to be 'no'.
But, she was promised, 'There will be justice for Barb.'
Something to say: Shannon, 20, who played Barb on season one of the Netflix hit, had disguised herself as a fan so she could ask a question during the cast panel at the convention
Just asking: Fans went wild when she got up to the microphone in the auditorium and asked: 'Will Barb make it into season two?'
Second time around: She was then invited up on stage where she asked the question again
Written out: However, the answer to Shannon's question turned out to be 'no'. But, she was promised, 'There will be justice for Barb'
The character of Barb was captured by The Upside Down monster and was last seen dead in its lair.
Marie Claire caught up with Shannon, 20, and asked the actress what she would consider to be 'justice for Barb.'
'I just feel like she deserves a funeral at least. I feel like that's not too much to ask, for someone to recognize that she's gone,' she responded.
'I just feel like she deserves a funeral at least. I feel like that's not too much to ask, for someone to recognize that she's gone,' Shannon said when asked what justice for Barb might look like
The Stranger Things stars were joined at Comic-Con by three new castmembers as they hyped up the next installment set to become available on Netflix on October 27.
The action of season two takes place about a year after the events of the first season.
Paul Reiser, 61, Dacre Montgomery, 22, and Sadie Sink, 15, will join the ensemble cast as Dr Owens, Billy and Max.
The original kids are, of course back - Millie Bobbie Brown is still alive as Eleven and joins Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo and Noah Schnapp.
David Harbour also reprises his role as the sheriff of Hawkins, Indiana, where the action takes place.
Dressed to impress: Stranger Things star Millie Bobbie Brown, 13, made an appearance in a quirky white dress printed with chocolate-dipped strawberries
Lovely look: Co-star Natalia Dyer, 20, wore a pretty short-sleeved red frock decorated with black patterns
Striking: Sadie Sink, 15, who was unveiled as one of three new cast members for season to, arrived on stage in a boldly patterned colorful shift dress
Working the crowd: Gaten Matarazzo, 14, was given a rock star welcome when he walked onstage ahead of the panel discussion
Gang's all here: Stranger Things Cast photo: L-R Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Sadie Sink and Millie Bobbie Brown with actor David Harbour, who reprises his role as the sheriff of Hawkins, Indiana, where the action takes place
The new trailer teased the return of Eleven, played by Millie Bobby Brown, who mysteriously disappeared at the end of the first season.
The show's cast hadn't even viewed the sneak peek, which starts up in an arcade and is set to Michael Jackson's Thriller.
And like the first series, season two also promises to have fans on the edge of their seats, with plenty of twists and turns.
The trailer shows that Will Byers may not be out of the woods yet after spending time in the Upside Down, and his troubles continue as he acclimates to life back home.
The trailer shows Noah Schnapp's Will Byers having strange visions and emotionally relaying it to his concerned mom, played by Winona Ryder.
She's back! Eleven returns to season two of Stranger Things, as seen in the new trailer for the highly anticipated series
Scary: The youngster could be seen walking an eerie classroom
Coming soon: The boys are back and looking for Eleven
Surprises: They're seen heading out into the woods
At one stage, the young boy appears to be almost comatose as his distraught mother orders him to 'wake up'.
Following their panel discussion, the close-knit cast posed for a series of group photos.
They even managed to recreate some of the show's iconic sets, with the actors all making the most of the opportunity to clown around for the cameras.
Brace yourself... Like the first series, season two also promises to have fans on the edge of their seats, with plenty of twists and turns
Troubled: The trailer shows that Will Byers may not be out of the woods yet after spending time in the Upside Down, and his troubles continue as he acclimates to life back home
All alone: Will is in an arcade with his friends when he suddenly has a disturbing vision no one else experiences
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