Old "What's His Name"

I’m not going to make this post about how this isn’t Frankenstein, that’s the doctor, it’s his monster. I’m also not going to insist his name is actually Adam, that’s not technically correct either. In the book he says (yeah, the monster speaks) “I ought to be thy Adam”, but that’s a suggestion the good Doctor ignores. The fact is he has no name, as if being a reanimated collection of corpse parts wasn’t bad enough, the poor guy doesn’t even have a name. What he does have is a loyal fan following, including DOGOD Brick Design, who crafted this wonderful likeness.


He's Alive...Alive!

...And pretty stinkin' adorable. It's Frankenstein's monster, by builder DOGOD Brick Design. Yes, I said Frankenstein's monster, it's not Frankenstein, that's the doctor that built him. Fun fact: he actually doesn't have a name. He refers to himself (yeah, he actually spoke) as "thy Adam", in a nod to the bible (first man, get it?) but this has never really been explored in the films. Then again he's also never referred to as "Monster" in the book, so we're all wrong.



Hotwheels, Classic monsters, and LEGO, it's a match made in heaven. This latest wheeled offering from Lino M makes my heart go pitter patter. I spent many a happy hour as a child playing with my Hotwheels, and I was a fan of Universal's classic monsters. Combine those with Lino's top-notch building skills, and you have this awesome hot rod MOC.

Hot Wheels Frankenstein Hot Rod