|Stephen Jones, ed. Neil Gaiman, foreword.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||752 / 2016|
Invented two centuries ago by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Frankenstein (whether one means the overreaching doctor, his reviled creature, or the story that chronicles their fates) still conjures up horrific images of secret laboratories, forbidden experiments, and reanimating the dead. Three-time World Fantasy Award winner Stephen Jones presents 24 tales that prove the monster is indeed alive in our literary conscious, showcasing pulp magazine classics, modern masterworks, and fresh contributions for this edition. Jones also includes three complete novels: The Hound of Frankenstein by Peter Tremayne, The Dead End by David Case, and Shelley's original masterpiece Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.