Essential Monster of Frankenstein, Vol. 1

Gary Friedrich Doug Moench John Buscema Mike Ploog Val Mayerick

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Essential Monster of Frankenstein, Vol. 1

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  • Title: Essential Monster of Frankenstein, Vol. 1
  • Author: Gary Friedrich Doug Moench John Buscema Mike Ploog Val Mayerick
  • ISBN: 9780785116349
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
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    One thought on “Essential Monster of Frankenstein, Vol. 1

    1. Willow Redd on said:

      This is an enjoyable collection, but my main gripe is that some of the issues are not in chronological order, and easily could be.The Monster of Frankenstein/Frankenstein Monster is an outstanding 70s Marvel horror series, starting with the origin of Frankenstein retold, then picking up 100 years later with the great, great grandson of Robert Walton in search of the Monster, leading to more misadventures of our misunderstood Monster.While the Frankenstein Monster monthly was going on, there were [...]

    2. [Name Redacted] on said:

      An interesting concept with interesting art, but the departures from the source material were thoroughly unnecessary. Even worse, the decision to suddenly make the monster a shambling, slow-witted mute halfway through made him little more than a plot device, with the focus almost entirely on incidental humans and ho-hum "villains".Sadly inferior to the classic "Tomb of Dracula" comic; it's no wonder this series took so long to be collected in a trade paperback.

    3. David R. George on said:

      A better-than-average treatment of the Mary Shelley classic thanks to the writing of Gary Friedrich and company, although the collection would have been better served had it been printed in full color instead of black-and-white.

    4. Timo on said:

      Very good b/w-art, but sooooo muuuuuch talking and explaining things.

    5. Agung on said:

      I find the Friedrich & Ploog part really enjoyable. This is the rare occasion that I like Ploog better than Buscema.

    6. Jay on said:

      Im always a sucker for horror comics especially EC comics and this is no where near that but still an enjoyable read. I was impressed that it was not a campy series given it being a marvel comic

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