The creature has a great coat that he takes from Dr. Frankensteins laboratory. This is one instance in the story where I find the action unjustified for the mental maturity of the creature.
He wished Frankenstein to make him a mate, a female creature just as ugly and deformed as himself.~
if he were real then yes but he is not and that is that
either the monster or the creature
Frankenstein's creation is referred to as "the creature."
Elizabeth - but she didn't live past her wedding night. The creature killed her.
He got really scared of it and then Victor ran away from it.
In the book, the "Daemon" was not evil. He was merely maligned according to human prejudices by his origins and appearance.
Creature finds FrankensteinCreature relates the story of the family in the cottagethe creature explains how it murdered frankensteins brothercreature asks Frankenstein to a companion for itThe Creature frightens an old man and is chased from a village.The Creature carefully observes a family in its cottage.The Creature murders Frankenstein's brother.The Creature asks Frankenstein to create a companion for it.
What do you think are frankensteins motives
Frankensteins of Fraud was created in 2000.
Frankensteins of Fraud has 386 pages.
No not exactly, you could say he was, misunderstood. Every one hated him so he defended himself.
The Creature had a free will and a desire to be free. The real "monster" in Frankenstein was the doctor who created him as he became obsessed with controlling that which was impossible to control.
In the woods near the town where Victor's family resided.
You need to specify what creature you are talking about.
Robert Walton, Victor Frankenstein, Frankensteins parents, Elizabeth, Henry Clerval, and frankensteins monster
Frankenstein would be the colour of the average inhabitant of Switzerland. You have perhaps confused Frankenstein with Frankensteins Creature. The creature is often portrayed as being green, which is not how he is described in the book. You could imagine he would have the colour of a recently deceased person. A sort of pallid, watery complexion.
The cast of Be the Creature - 2003 includes: Chris Kratt as himself Martin Kratt as himself
The cast of Creature People - 2007 includes: Rick Baker as himself Rob Burman as himself Greg Cannom as himself Ken Chase as himself Kevin Haney as himself Jennifer McManus as herself Robert Picardo as himself Craig Reardon as himself Rick Stratton as himself Kate Studley as herself Michael Westmore as himself
ghouls, frankensteins, slime
No Frankenstein did not have a brain .