Frankenstein

Frankenstein Review

Una figura enorme y sobrehumana viaja en trineo sobre la desolación que les rodea. Un hombre sentado sobre una placa de hielo flota arrastrado por la corriente. La narración de Víctor Frankenstein ahondará en los límites de la codicia humana y en los motivos por los que perdió todo lo que amaba. Y sabremos lo que aquella figura más que humana, apenas vislumbrada, significa para él.

Title:Frankenstein
Edition Language:Spanish

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  • David Schaafsma

    Frankenstein collects horror manga-ka Ito's adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a series of short stories about a school boy, Oshikiri, who keeps getting into various creepy situations, and a b...

  • Emm

    What, did you think there was actually a chance this would suck? Ha! This is the reigning god-emperor of visual monstrosity we're talking about here. Junji Ito could just draw nothing but shoestrings ...

  • Shannon

    I figured from the title that Frankenstein would obviously take center stage, but I wasn't expecting it to take almost half of this 400 page book. Also, side note, I hated Mary Shelley's Frankenstein ...

  • Artemy

    I'm not the biggest Junji Ito fan, but I had the opportunity to check out his latest western-released collection of horror stories, so I did. It's October after all. This collects Ito's adaptation of ...

  • Jedi JC Daquis

    This collection is definitely not one of Junji Ito's better works, though Ito fans and completionists will be compelled to buy this hardcover anyway, because well, it's a Junji Ito work.His Frankenste...

  • Orrin Grey

    In spite of the implications of its title, only about half of this latest Junji Ito volume from Viz Media is occupied by his (really quite good) adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The other ha...

  • Rod Brown

    Junji Ito's work is always worth a look, even if the first half of this collection is yet another adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The monster is gruesome, even if he looks a bit like an ext...

  • Sud666

    Ito's Frankenstein was good. Nothing amazing but a good attempt to portray the story in manga format. Had that been the entirety of the book I might have given it 4 stars. But the rest of the book is ...

  • Devann

    I received an ARC copy of this book from EdelweissThis is my first Junji Ito manga, although I do also have a copy of Shiver from EW that I need to get to next, and it was definitely an enjoyable read...

  • Baal Of

    I thought this was a fairly faithful adaptation of the novel, and I especially liked Ito's portrayal of the monster more than pretty much any of the movie versions I've seen. The scene's with the comp...