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Marvel is getting into the Five Nights at Freddy's fun

Marvel and FNAF - both are a magical place for kids and grown-ups alike, where fantasy and fun come to life.

Free Comic Book Day 2024: Spider-Man & the Ultimate Universe #1
Image credit: Ryan Stegman (Marvel)

Five Nights at Freddy's has been a phenomenon - and it doesn't seem to be stopping.

In promoting Marvel's upcoming 2024 plans, one of the comic publisher's key artist Ryan Stegman revealed that an upcoming Marvel comic will have some connections to Five Nights at Freddy's.

During Marvel Comics' LA Comic Con panel just now, Stegmen says May 2024's Spider-Man & THe Ultimte Universe #1 one-shot will "some parallels to Five Nights at Freddy's."

While Stegman and the other Marvel creators didn't provide any more details on this, the prospect is enticing - especially when you consider this Marvel one-shot will be one of two key free offerings the publisher is doing for next year's Free Comic Book Day.

"Just weeks ahead of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #50, get the first taste of THE RETURN OF THE GOBLIN!" rea the official description of the issue. "Plus, prepare for the next evolutionary step of the Ultimate Universe as a powerful new hero debuts! But it doesn’t end there! Oh no, there are some surprises up our sleeve on this one!"

Suprises? We're all for it.


The Five Nights at Freddy's phenomenon is lasting longer than five nights. Get up to speed, with how to stream the movie, details on the characters and lore, getting to know the FNAF animatronics, how it fits in the canon of the games, talks of sequels, how Chuck E. Cheese is responding, and even a guide to how to play all the FNAF games.

Can't get enough? We have have recommendations for five movies to watch after Five Nights at Freddy's.

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