Jaymar produced a series of super-cool Monster puzzles in the 1970s... each puzzle was marketed under the name of one monster, but they all seem to have included a bonus monster! This Dracula puzzle, for instance, also has the Frankenstein Monster!
For those of you recently joining us here at the Blog of Frankenstein, a reminder that this movie was the sequel to Toho's "Frankenstein Conquers the World," and the Gargantuas somehow sprang forth from the monster of the first film (which itself was somehow derived from the irradiated heart of the original Frankenstein Monster - some sources say it grew from the heart, others say a boy ate the heart and was mutated).
The Blog of Frankenstein is your daily destination for vintage Frankenstein-related goodies, including posters, lobby cards, stills, toys, and other coolness! And yes, I know that Frankenstein was the doctor, and not the monster... but the term has become such common use thanks to toys and the like over the years that I don't have a problem sometimes using "Frankenstein" to refer to the monster.
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