Don't forget Samus. .. Facts about Frankenstein's monster: He was neither green, nor square headed. He had long black hair, yellow skin, eyes without colour, and the whitest, straight
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Don't forget Samus

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User avatar #11 - captainfuckitall (05/04/2014) [+] (8 replies)
Facts about Frankenstein's monster:

He was neither green, nor square headed. He had long black hair, yellow skin, eyes without colour, and the whitest, straightest teeth you could imagine. He was designed with intent to be beautiful, but, being made from corpses, only looked like a mockery of what was once handsome.

Nor was he stupid. The monster (Actually called 'Adam' by his maker) was actually hyper intelligent, being able to speak/read multiple languages and practice many sciences (just like his maker) in a very short time. He also had a deep love of poetry, philosophy, and religion (I'm pretty sure he even believed in god) and quoted such works as Paradise Lost and Shakespeare.

The monster (Adam) was also a very sad and lonely individual. He was lost and confused in a strange world and had no idea why he was brought there. Even when he reached out to his father, the one person he believed could love him, he was turned away. He learned about nature and science by himself, he learned that fire was hot by himself, he learned how animals reacted to stimuli and how they ate by himself, and a number of other things. In the end, the main motivation of the monster was his desire for companionship and love, much like many of us even on this website, or across the whole world.

The book is so famous because it can be taken in such a number of ways. It could be a metaphor for how we shouldn't play god and make life, about the relationship with fathers/mentors and their sons/students, about the relationship between god and man himself, or even how the most despicable of creations made by man can have a heart and a soul to themselves.

I would HIGHLY suggest it to anyone who hasn't read it. Good lords, it's like 5 different genres of book in one.
User avatar #1 - cyberconnor (05/03/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Frankenstein's monster was actually called Frankenstein, he started calling himself that because of some **** about the sins of the father or something like that.
#2 to #1 - anonymous (05/03/2014) [-]
have you read the book Frankenstein's monster refers to itself as a monster never does he call himself Frankenstein.
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#20 - chuckbillrow (05/04/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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#10 - epicscorpion (05/04/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Halo is a pretty cool guy.

Eh knows that feel and doesn't afraid of anything.
#6 - anonymous (05/03/2014) [-]
Frankenstein's monster was actually very physically capable and not the hulking monstrosity the comic shows him as, and taught himself to read, write, and speak in the span of one year.
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