Some time back I had posted an article of what was the first horror comics series with an ongoing main character. It was Frankenstein done by artist/writer Dick Briefer. For Halloween, I'm going to show you two stories from the pages of Prize Comics, specifically the first story culled from Prize Comics #7, the infamous story in which the rather pathetic super-heroes of Prize Comics come together to take on the monster (from Prize Comics #24) and, in a big switch, from Frankenstein Comics #1, a new origin of the monster in Briefer's great humor style.
Let me know what you think. I will also be posting some of the material from the return of the character to straight horror, which started in Frankenstein Comics #18. Dick Briefer's Frankenstein are believed to be in the public domain. You can read or even download almost all of them by going to the Comic Books Plus website (http://www.comicbooksplus.com).
As usual, click on the image to see a larger version. There are even smaller versions of the pages that you can use to read these stories in order.
THE ORIGIN OF THE MONSTER