It's alive! It's alive! Not exactly what Mary Shelley had in mind, Frankenstein: The Mad Science of Dick Briefer reanimates the most unusual Frankenstein take of all. What began as a horror feature in 1940s Prize Comics morphed after World War II into a comedic tale of a Frankenstein "who, like Fernando the Bull, would rather pluck flowers than pluck off people's heads." Briefer's Frankenstein mixes screwball comedy with canny observation of postwar America into a creation that would shock the original monster senseless!