It's Halloween, and we've reached the final "horror" Frankenstein tale...
...featuring a plotline that may have inspired...well let's see if you can guess!
Think screenwriter Charles Griffith or producer/director/uncredited screenwriter Roger Corman or were influenced by this tale from Prize's Monster of Frankenstein #33 (1954) when they created the movie...
And so the "horror comics" version of Dick Briefer's Monster of Frankenstein ended.
Briefer would try to revive the "humorous" version (whch pre-dated the "horror comics" incarnation) as a newspaper strip.
Sadly, no syndicate was interested in carrying it!
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(Covers all three versions of Frankenstein by Briefer, but is not a complete collection)