We've logged countless hours and spent tons of money playing Pac-Man as a kid. But here's something we never thought we'd see -- a real-life representation of the pellet-gobbler's skull created by artist Gentil Garcon and paleontologist Francois Escuilie. Creepy!

If there's one thing that jumps out, it's Pac-Man's oversized choppers. Kind of makes you feel bad for all those times you noshed on Binky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde, eh?

And (yikes!) are those spikes protruding from the bottom of Pac-Man? Suddenly, we're seeing the beloved video game character in a fearsome new light.