Domestic Partner of Frankenstein

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Inspired by the classic Universal Pictures cycle but updated with a more modern flair, ''Domestic Partner of Frankenstein'' begins when a lightning-related tragedy striked the Antiques Road Show as it passes through the town of Frankenstein, California.  Picking through the rubble at the convention center, scientist Colin Clive successfully constructs and animates a monster.  But his monster was built from the bodies of middle-aged, homosexual antiques appraisers... and that type mates for life!  The lonely monster demands a mate, and soon the scientist is up to his old tricks again.
Inspired by the classic Universal Pictures cycle but updated with a more modern flair, ''Domestic Partner of Frankenstein'' begins when a lightning-related tragedy striked the Antiques Road Show as it passes through the town of Frankenstein, California.  Picking through the rubble at the convention center, scientist Colin Clive successfully constructs and animates a monster.  But his monster was built from the bodies of middle-aged, homosexual antiques appraisers... and that type mates for life!  The lonely monster demands a mate, and soon the scientist is up to his old tricks again.
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Domestic Partner of Frankenstein is a 60-page comic book by Matt Fagan of Chicago.

Inspired by the classic Universal Pictures cycle but updated with a more modern flair, Domestic Partner of Frankenstein begins when a lightning-related tragedy striked the Antiques Road Show as it passes through the town of Frankenstein, California. Picking through the rubble at the convention center, scientist Colin Clive successfully constructs and animates a monster. But his monster was built from the bodies of middle-aged, homosexual antiques appraisers... and that type mates for life! The lonely monster demands a mate, and soon the scientist is up to his old tricks again.

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