Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Frankie Stein Book Review
By: Steven T. Seagle
Illustrations by: Marco Cinello
Published by: Image Comics, Oct 2010
Rating: 4 stars (1-5)
Reviewed by: D.M. Cunningham
Young Frankie Stein is starting to doubt his father's claim that "Boys live in castles and monsters live in cities." Taking a leap of faith, Frankie heads into nearby Transylvania, Pennsylvania, to test that theory for himself - on October 31st! What's a monster-boy to do in a city overflowing with monsters?
Whether you are a fan of Frankenstein’s monster or introducing your little boil or ghoul to the world of monsters, this tale is a great start to kick off a love of things that go bump in the night. Frankie is not just a Halloween treat, but something that you can read all year round. Not too didactic or overly written, Steven Seagle gives us a fun ride within the books quick 48 pages. Visually, Frankie Stein is perfect eye candy. With illustrations by Sponge Bob artist Marco Cinello, every page is a wonderful whimsical delight.
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