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== Golden Age Origin ==
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== Origin ==
Frankenstein was created in the mid-20th century by a villanous American scientist who drew inspiration from Mary Shelley's classic novel. As the narrative captions pointed out several times, the monster was actually named Frankenstein, unlike the creature from the novel, who was referred to as [[Frankenstein's Monster]]. This version of the monster was a rampaging horror from the start. [[Bulldog Denny]] was Frankenstein's antagonist, but in the 24th issue of Prize Comics, Denny gathered all the Prize Comics superheroes to fight the monster. These included [[ Black Owl (1)|Black Owl (1)]], [[Dr. Frost]], [[Green Lama]], General & Corporal and [[Yank & Doodle]]. Later, the monster was brainwashed into working for the Allies, only to be brainwashed again a year later by a Nazi scientist. Eventually, European resistance fighters were able to undo the Nazi brainwashing.
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Frankenstein was created in the mid-20th century by a villanous American scientist who drew inspiration from Mary Shelley's classic novel. As the narrative captions pointed out several times, the monster was actually named Frankenstein, unlike the creature from the novel, who was referred to as [[Frankenstein's Monster]]. This version of the monster was a rampaging horror from the start. [[Bulldog Denny]] was Frankenstein's antagonist, but in the 24th issue, Denny gathered all the Prize Comics superheroes to fight the monster. These included [[ Black Owl (1)|Black Owl]], [[Dr. Frost]], [[Green Lama]], General & Corporal and [[Yank & Doodle]]. Later, the monster was brainwashed into working for the Allies, only to be brainwashed again a year later by a Nazi scientist. Eventually, European resistance fighters were able to undo the Nazi brainwashing.
   
== Golden Age Appearances ==
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== Public Domain Appearances ==
 
*Prize Comics #7-67
 
*Prize Comics #7-67
 
*Frankenstein #1-33
 
*Frankenstein #1-33
 
==Notes==
 
*In his first appearance in Prize Comics the monster has a similar origin to the Shelley tale even being created by Victor Frankenstein. The difference is the setting and more modern times with the creature at one point scaling the Statue Of Liberty in New York.
 
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 05:23, 23 June 2017

Frankenstein
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Real Name

Frankenstein

First Appearance

Prize Comics #7 (1940)

Original Publishers

Prize

Created by

Dick Briefer

Origin

Frankenstein was created in the mid-20th century by a villanous American scientist who drew inspiration from Mary Shelley's classic novel. As the narrative captions pointed out several times, the monster was actually named Frankenstein, unlike the creature from the novel, who was referred to as Frankenstein's Monster. This version of the monster was a rampaging horror from the start. Bulldog Denny was Frankenstein's antagonist, but in the 24th issue, Denny gathered all the Prize Comics superheroes to fight the monster. These included Black Owl, Dr. Frost, Green Lama, General & Corporal and Yank & Doodle. Later, the monster was brainwashed into working for the Allies, only to be brainwashed again a year later by a Nazi scientist. Eventually, European resistance fighters were able to undo the Nazi brainwashing.

Public Domain Appearances

  • Prize Comics #7-67
  • Frankenstein #1-33

See Also

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