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Fazbear Frights: Graphic Novel Collection #2 is the second graphic novel based on the Fazbear Frights series. The original stories were written by Scott Cawthon, Andrea Waggener, and Carly Anne West, and the novel was adapted into comic form by Christopher Hastings with illustrations done by Didi Esmeralda, Coryn MacPherson, and Anthony Morris Jr., it is intended to be released on March 7, 2023.
The New York Times bestselling series is now a graphic novel! Five Nights at Freddy's fans won't want to miss this pulse-pounding collection of three novella-length comic stories that will keep even the bravest player up at night...
Greg decides to put the controversial science he's been studying to the test. Stanley is newly dumped, stuck in a dead-end job for a mysterious employer, and unable to connect with anyone. And Devon, abandoned by his dad and ignored by his mom, can't understand why love and friendship come so easily to everyone except him. Unfortunately, in the callous world of Five Nights at Freddy's, it's always in the depths of loneliness when evil creeps in.
In this volume, three stories from the New York Times bestselling series Five Nights at Freddy's: Fazbear Frights come to life in delightfully horrifying comics. Readers beware: This collection of terrifying tales is enough to unsettle even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy's fans.
- On March 31, 2022, the book was revealed.
- On May 5, 2022, the book's cover is revealed.
Fetch is the first short story written by Carly Anne West and illustrated by Didi Esmeralda.
Greg decides to put the controversial science he's been studying to the test
Room for One More is the second short story written by Andrea Waggener and illustrated by Anthony Morris Jr.
Stanley is newly dumped, stuck in a dead-end job for a mysterious employer, and unable to connect with anyone
The New Kid is the third short story written by Andrea Waggener and illustrated by Coryn MacPherson.
Devon, abandoned by his dad and ignored by his mom, can't understand why love and friendship come so easily to everyone except him