Illustration for article titled These Halloween Disney Bearbricks are creepy for all the wrong reasons

Disney and Medicom are collaborating on a new range of Bearbrick toys for Halloween this year, taking 9 characters and dressing them up in Halloween costumes. The results? Petrifying, but perhaps not in the way Medicom expected.

Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, Goofy, Pooh, Chip and Dale all get makeovers for the holidays in the (amazingly titled) 'Halloween Monster Be@rbrick Wow! Unbreakable' collaboration, and some work better than others - Donald as the Devil is pretty great, to be honest - but Chip n' Dale look spectacularly weird. I can't tell what's freaking me out more, the sinister pumpkin smiles on their stomachs or the dripping Pumpkin-ooze on their arms and legs, but man, just looking at them gives me the willies.

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It get's scarier though! Each character will also have a glow-in-the-dark 'Ghost' alternative:

Illustration for article titled These Halloween Disney Bearbricks are creepy for all the wrong reasons

I'm sure they probably look cool in the dark, but otherwise they just look like their sort of... naked? AAAAAAAAAH. Also the Piglet imprinted on Pooh's leg is weird enough, but it's even weirder when they look like they're in the nude. Is it a Piglet beauty mark? A Piglet tattoo? DOUBLE AAAAAAAAAH.

If you're in Japan, you can buy the figures for 700 yen (roughly $6.40). Buying one enters you into a raffle to win prizes from Medicom, including this limited edition Disney-themed Bearbrick toy based on Jack's Pumpkin King outfit from Nightmare Before Christmas:

Illustration for article titled These Halloween Disney Bearbricks are creepy for all the wrong reasons
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Whelp. I know what's stalking my nightmares tonight.

[Rocket News 24]


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