Steve Niles writes Frankenstein’s monster with vigor and passion, and there are few contemporary authors who would be up to the challenge. “Monster & Madman” is a crazy concept executed to near perfection with the help of Damien Worm’s gorgeous artwork. This is the final issue of the miniseries, which is shaping up to be one of the best of the year thus far, so check out the preview below from IDW Publishing.
WRITTEN BY: Steve Niles
ART BY: Damien Worm
RELEASE: May 20, 2014
The Madman’s plan become clear as woman after woman is found slaughtered in Whitechapel. Unaware of the Madman’s actions, the Frankenstein Monster prepares for the day when he will finally meet his mate. Both horrific journeys intersect in this concluding issue!
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