Writer/Artist Dick Briefer’s Frankenstein for Prize Comics is widely regarded as being America’s first ongoing horror series. Indeed, it was Briefer’s work that probably caused the creature to be actually named as Frankenstein instead of the nameless monstrosity from Shelley’s novel. Splitting the stories between two stools—humor and horror—Briefer’s tales are absorbing and unsettling in equal parts. Some of the humorous material has already been reprinted, though not necessarily in order nor in total. Until now, of course! Volume Seven Includes a special introduction from Donald F. Glut as well all the Frankenstein Comic Stories digitally enhanced and faithfully reproduced all house in a full colour slipcase. Volume Seven features stories from PRIZE COMICS – December 1952 to November 1953 issues 22-27. Details: Full colour hardback book in full colour slipcase. Limited to 300 copies worldwide. Featuring introduction by: Roy Thomas & Donald F. Glut Pages: 200 pages.