Those who have played Five Nights at Freddy's 4 know just how terrifying it is to have the franchise's animatronics popping up in the bedroom.

However, fans will soon be able to take Freddy, Bonnie and Chica home with them and have them stare with that disturbing look in their eyes as you try to fall asleep. You might actually want to go to bed with your flashlight.

Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon teamed up with comic book creator Todd McFarlane's (Spider-Man, Spawn) toy company to produce a series of toy sets from the twisted series.

McFarlane Toys makes action figures and other characters from popular comics, video games and movies, which are known to sometimes be a bit graphic. The toy company has made realistic figurines of popular characters from AMC's The Walking Dead and HBO's Game of Thrones, along with construction sets that perfectly recapture famous scenes.

It seems fitting that McFarlane Toys would be releasing the FNaF construction sets, and seriously, the characters look just like you would imagine.

The Show Stage construction set will bring gamers back to the original game's pizzeria, recreating that birthday party scene we all know so well. It features Freddy with microphone in hand, Chica with a quaky smile and cupcake and Bonnie with an electric guitar. While they are kind of adorable in a nightmarish way, just looking into their eyes will leave you feeling a bit unnerved.

The product description is as follows:

During the day, the Show Stage at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza is full of bright lights, happy children and singing animatronics! However when the night shift begins at midnight, the deadly horrors come to life. Starting from center stage, Freddy, Bonnie and Chica animatronics start to roam around the Pizzeria and head right to the Night Guard's Office! The Show stage set features 3 figures (Freddy, Bonnie & Chica), party balloons, arcade cabinet, star streamers, happy birthday banner, party stage, decorative clouds and stereo speaker!

According to Kotaku, the set is only a prototype and is expected to be the largest of four sets in the first line released for FNaF. However, if the final version looks anything like this, fans certainly won't be disappointed.

The set is not yet featured on McFarlane Toys' website, but with Toy Fair kicking off in New York City later this week, there's a good chance fans will be able to check them out for themselves in person.

Source: Kotaku

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