Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Frankenstein Created Woman Mexican Lobby Card!


Friday, March 27, 2009

Frankenstein Argentina Mask!


This Frankenstein mask from Argentina almost makes the monster look like a Mexican wrestler!

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Power Records!


Here's some of the last "Power Records" releases, so far as I can tell! Power Records was a division of Peter Pan Records, and they originally made a splash on the market with comic book sized "book and record" sets that actually used real comic book stories (although often with some dialogue rewritten and badly re-lettered). They'd earlier done a Frankenstein one that used the first issue of Marvel Comics' "Monster of Frankenstein", but I'm not sure if the Frankenstein record here is the same record, sans book, or not! Same goes for the Werewolf one (they'd done a book and record that had the origin story from Marvel's "Werewolf By Night", too).

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Playskool Frankenstein Monster!


This is kind of a nice toy, great for small kids who liked the Monster! I think you could even take the gears out and put them back in again.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Mego "Mad Monsters" Frankenstein Figure!


So, a number of days ago, I told you about the AHI Frankenstein Monster figure... well, here's the Mego Frankenstein! You can see how they tried to make it generic, yet still recognizeable to kids as the Monster.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Monster Heads!


These monster heads were either a cereal premium (I've seen -- and used to have -- glow-in-the-dark variants of these that were definitely cereal box prizes) or they may have been vending machine items!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Ghost of Frankenstein Lobby Card!

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I can't believe this is the first "Ghost of Frankenstein" item I've posted here!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wedding Cake Topper!


Don't know if this is still available or not, but this Monster and Bride Wedding Cake Topper is pretty nice!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Trash Can!


A nifty kind of super-deformed Frankenstein Monster trashcan here!

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Bride of Frankenstein Paper Doll!


You'll note that this Bride doesn't resemble the Universal Bride one little bit! In fact, she almost looks like the Groovie Goolies' "Frankie" in drag!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Monster Molds!


I have no idea what these molds were for... they could have been used for casting plaster or something similar!

Thursday, March 12, 2009

AHI Frankenstein Monster Figure!


AHI, aka Azrak-Hamway International, was a division of Remco, and is best known for their line of rack toys - toys that were blister-packed on cardboard with a hole punched for putting on wire racks in stores like Kmart and Woolworth's. Most toy collectors know them for their various Planet of the Apes, Super-Heroes (particularly Batman and Spider-Man) and Star Trek toys, but they are also known and beloved for their World's Greatest Super-Monsters action figures, which were designed to both capitalize on and compete with Mego's 8" action figure line. I think AHI was first when it came to monsters, and they licensed the Universal monsters, so when Mego came out with their own monsters line (The Mad Monsters), they had to use a more generic look.

Apparently several different variations on the Frankenstein Monster figure exist!

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Friday, March 6, 2009

Monster Charms!


I believe these were vending machine items.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

House of Frankenstein Still!


This still is part of my personal collection, and I scanned it at a high enough resolution you could click on it, save the highest res version, and print out a copy for yourself if you wish!