Frankenstein Alive, Alive! #1 Review
“The Frankenstein Monster” has no name. He is known only by the name of his creator, for even his own creator was so disgusted by “the monster” that even he couldn’t explain or embrace his creations existence. In Frankenstein Alive, Alive #1 “the monster” works as a sideshow freak during the great depression. The book delves less into this subject and more into the emotional turmoil of living as a butchered science experiment.
The Frankenstein monster is intelligent and quite eloquent, realizing that people fear him only for the way he appears. Even his creator himself ran at first sight. Now he wanders aimlessly in search of a reason to go on living, forever haunted by the spirit of Victor Von Frankenstein. So the spirit may actually just be a figment of the monster’s imagination, he may be somewhat mentally unstable. It seems he is cursed to live as he’s unable to successfully end, what he thinks, is his suffering.
Continue to read Burke’s review of Frankenstein Alive, Alive! at nerdfarmblog.com. The amazing art and unforgiving story makes this book a must read for horror fans. Head down to Cosmic Comics! and #getyourfix today!
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