While it has received positive response from the Japanese, many westerners say the robot reminds them of Frankenstein's monster
Despite being stitched together with CGI cityscapes and stuffed full of corporate espionage, ambition, tragedy and inventions such as the electric light bulb and cinema, the drama lies as inert as Frankenstein's monster
on the slab, waiting in vain for electricity to jolt it into life.
But he must first do battle with a werewolf, Frankenstein's monster
and the count's trio of sharp-toothed brides.
is a fictional character in Mary Shelley's book, Frankenstein.
I'm walking like Frankenstein's monster
and I like it.
This edition of Frankenstein approaches the story of Mary Shelley's original concept of Frankenstein's Monster
- a self-reflection of the darker side of Victor Frankenstein and, therefore, the reader.
He appeared in more than 80 movies before finding stardom as Frankenstein's monster
"We're all about celebrating the written word in all its different forms and that includes books and movies - and who doesn't love monsters?" Frankenstein's monster
, as portrayed by Boris Karloff in the 1931 classic film, is to be found inside a glass case in the doctor's castle lab where visitors can try the monstermachine table and touch glass bottles to make 'electricity' crackle within.
The Frankenstein's monster
pumpkins, grown in Lincolnshire, are on sale for PS15 with the cash going to leading children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent.
A SUPERMARKET expects a mighty clamour for pumpkins shaped like Frankenstein's monster
Universal, which is still working exploiting the concept of "monster" properties, has made several attempts, most notably with 2004's Van Helsing, which introduced Dracula, Frankenstein's monster
, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and a werewolf character.
One episode skewers Caitlyn Jenner as a murderously clumsy Frankenstein's monster
, the next depicts Canadian President Donald Trump being literally raped to death.