Andy Smith and Keith Champagne easily weave together imagery from old-school horror movies and modern day superhero books to create a title that looks absolutely unique ii the sea of Flashpoint titles. I know that the new series isn't going to be exactly like this title, but this book has made Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. one of my most-anticipated books in the new DCU. Read Full Review
While I've come to consider this series as more of a tie-in to the upcoming New 52 than Flashpoint, Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown #3 remains a fitting conclusion to one of the triumphs of DC's latest event. Read Full Review
Similar to some other miniseries that have hit in the Flashpoint world, Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown isn't the type of book that will light up the charts, but it shows us something different in the mainstream universe that we normally don't get. If it was tweaked a bit and had a Vertigo label slapped on it, it'd probably garner a whole lot more critical acclaim. But I like that it's cemented in the superhero world and will interact with them and be a part of everything that's going on here. Lemire's got some good stuff going on with the book, particularly with the Bride's sass and attitude, and it has me curious to see how things will work out with these characters when it's not working within a three issue window alongside a big event book. I likely wouldn't have paid attention to these characters before this, but now it's got me curious where they can go with it. Read Full Review
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