Pinhead, Leatherface, and Jason Voorhees have some creepy company now that Sideshow Collectibles has added Freddy Krueger to their Premium Format Figure line.

Priced at $469.99 apiece, the Freddy Krueger Premium Format Figure is now available to pre-order and is expected to arrive on doorsteps late next year. For more information, visit Sideshow's website and check out the official details, photos, and video below.

From Sideshow Collectibles: "Time for another Nightmare…

…on Elm Street.

Joining the terrifying cast of characters that make up Sideshow’s horrific Premium Format™ Figure line is Freddy Krueger. Best known for haunting the dreams of children and moviegoers everywhere, this iconic villain is now perfectly rendered as a collectible museum-quality statue.

Clad in his iconic worn and weathered striped sweater and hat, Freddy stands atop a base adorned with the visages of past victims. The statue itself emphasizes the swagger that Freddy often brought onto the screen – his leering face accenting the point that if you meet him, you will likely not wake up from your nightmare.

The glove that has always been a part of what makes Freddy fearsome features metal blades, lending the menacing quality that this piece conveys.

The Sideshow Exclusive version has an alternative hand that palms soul fire.

Expected to Ship: Oct 2017 - Dec 2017


Zac Roane (Design)
Tom Gilliland (Design)
Adam Smith (Mold & Cast)
Jeff Yagher (Sculpt)
Mark Newman (Sculpt)
Alfred Paredes (Sculpt)
Mike Najera (Paint)
Bernardo Esquivel (Paint)
Casey Love (Paint)
Gidget Earle (Costume Fabrication)
Tim Hanson (Costume Fabrication)
The Sideshow Design and Development Team

Price: $469.99"

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