Set in the twenty first century, the story starts off with the dog of an elderly man and his grandson running the utmost misfortune of being stripped of flesh by unearthly creatures, triggering the alarms of S.H.A.D.E (short for Super Human Advanced Defense Executive), whose headquarters resided within a small globe floating above Manhattan City. Frankenstein was sent in, along with a team of monsters put up to the former's convenience and initial outrage, as what would be more befitting to respond to a monster threat? It was revealed that Mrs Kali Frankenstein (well, it's the only name we can do with here) was already sent in to investigate before Frankenstein before she lost contact. As opposed to the initial impression, an equally cadaverous acquaintance of Frankenstein somehow detected the presence of refugees within a church, in the midst of an all-out pandemonium, and here comes the part the normal, though less fascinating populace expresses their irrational fear for the... visually esoteric.
For those with a fetish for monster fights and the occasional knight in not so shining armour, this is clearly your thing, and an impressive work at that. The artwork amplified only the chaotic details of Frankenstein and his monstrous compadres, at the same time making the smooth schoolgirl features stand out more. So far as I know about Frankenstein is that he possesses an adequate knowledge of the poetic arts from which to draw upon whenever the situation calls for it, while being the one-monster no-nonsense army fighting for a righto. Wonder whether he's ever considered with his wife in the way of... procreation.