Jason Carver Costume
How To Dress Like Jason Carver From Stranger Things Season 4
Dress like Jason Carver From Stranger Things;
Jason Carver Shirt: White Lacoste Polo shirt.
Jason Carver Jackets: Green high school jacket, orange green letter "H" rare easy patch, and green sweatshirt Stranger Things.
Jason Carver Wig: Short blonde wig.
Jason Carver Belt: Brown belt.
Jason Carver Shoe: Air Jordan 4 retro.
Jason Carver Jean: Levi's 505 jeans.
Jason Carver Halloween Costume
Jason seemed friendly and thoughtful. He showed affection for his girlfriend Chrissy and took care of Lucas when he had his first hangover. Jason was also very good at public speaking, giving a speech about all of the tragedy the town of Hawkins had endured over the past few years and encouraging his audience to draw inspiration from their trauma and Chief Hopper's seemingly heroic sacrifice to let.
Jason later revealed himself to be quick-tempered, self-centered, and elegant. He was quickly annoyed by Eddie Munson's taunts and showed a dislike for those less popular than him - he called them freaks. Jason is also shown to be religious as he seemed to fear Satan and believed he was real when teenagers were murdered at Hawkins.
Jason's personality changed drastically and sent him down a dark path. Desperate to avenge Chrissy, Jason falsely blamed Eddie for her death when she went to his house to buy drugs. Jason took all measures to find Eddie, where he and his teammates beat up Eddie's bandmates to find his location, with Jason threatening to crush one of the bandmates' fingers.
Jason Carver Cosplay
Jason witnessed one of his friends, Patrick McKinney, being brutally murdered by Vecna, Jason still believed Eddie was responsible and showed how his anger and sadness had clouded his perception and judgment.
Another example of Jason's narrow-mindedness was the belief that the game Dungeons and Dragons could be used for cults and the spread of evil, despite being a game of entertainment and innocence. Unlike Steve Harrington, who witnessed Upside Down's supernatural and accepted it, which allowed him to change his behavior.
Jason did not, as he refused to believe that anything abnormal was responsible for the killing spree. Instead, Jason decided to blame Eddie for the murders, believing that his love for Dungeons and Dragons gave him supernatural powers and became a servant of Satan himself.