The action was then taken to the lake where the unfortunate fisherman and his grandson and his dog in the last issue bore witness to the monster emergence before succumbing to their fates. As it was revealed, the lake not only contained a bed of bones once belonged to the children of the town, a dimensional portal lay open through which the monster invaders had emerged from their native dimension named Dead Space, a piece of reality composed of the stuff between atoms, whatever it was.
As Frankenstein and the former SHADE scientist, now amphibious genetic blasphemy, Nina Marzusky took on the intruders beneath the lake, the issue insinuated the latter's otherwise unconventional journey to motherhood, which explained her presence as well as that of the other genetic anomalies in Frankenstein's team of abominations, with the singular exception of the mummy medic, who either had persisted through the eons since the time of Ramses or what oddly-named Egyptian king history had in store, or an embalming specialist fooling around in a Halloween costume.
It was only a matter of time before the decision was established to put the whole team through the portal to wherever the creatures had been popping out from. Despite their... unconventional characteristics, nothing could prepare them for what lay in wait for them.