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Bernie Wrightsons Frankenstein (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 19. April 2011
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Second, this book is terrifying! It’s more than the image of this monster that’s scary because in reality, there’s not even much of description of the creature except he was yellow skin, had big eyes, like 8 ft tall, and had black lips. No really, there’s barely a paragraph of him. So I don’t know where the green colored Herman Munster comes from really. But back to what I was saying…ah yes, the terror! Because there’s so much background of this doctor Victor Frankenstein it’s scary to imagine what goes inside his psychotic little head. The description of what he does and what he thinks is so detailed, the story seems to be like a big fat foreshadow. And there’s so much death! Caroline, William, Henry, etc… Any character besides Vic barely lasts a few chapters.
If you haven’t read it, I would definitely suggest it. Usually classics are either a strong no or yes but this is a strong yes for me! It’s completely worth it and if you ever consider watching the ridiculous movie adaptations then read the book first! The movies are ridiculous, specially the one with Robert De Niro in it.
Overall Rating: Well, who am I to rate it? Except that I really did like it, for a horror book. It’s definitely up there with Stephen King, actually way better than SK, so I would definitely give it a 5/5.
Bernie Wrightson was the illustrator for comic books for many years and even did the artwork for a Color the monster book back in the seventies. I used to have the color the monster book actually signed by Bernie. I bought it in Upstate New York. Now it has disappeared on me, probably accidentally thrown away by someone who did not realize what it was. He also did the art work for Stephen King's Cycle of the werewolf (made into the movie Silver Bullet) and Creepshow (also made into a movie).
The artwork here is beautiful and atmospheric and has a classic Gothic quality to it that you may only know from certain very old comic books. As I said before, the onlyd etail I'm not fond of is how he doe the nose of the creature. That was not how it was described in the novel. Otherwise this is perfect.