|Ghoul made of the corpses of several individuals.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
Ghoul with superhuman strength, stamina, agility and durability.
Excellent hand-to-hand combatant, swordsman and marksman.
Above average intelligence for an un-living human; possessing both reason and eloquent verbal diction.
|Weapons typical of the 19th Century.|
|Seven Soldiers of Victory: Frankenstein|
Seven Soldiers of Victory: Frankenstein #1 (Jan. 2006)
Note: The character known as the Frankenstein Monster first appeared in the novel Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus, published in 1818 by British author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.
|Grant Morrison & Doug Mahnke|
In the late Eighteenth Century, the brilliant medical student Victor Frankenstein sought to create artificial life in a quest to discover the secrets of immortality. Piecing together a human form from various parts of fresh corpses, Frankenstein animated his creation via a charge of lighting.
Afraid of his creation, Frankenstein abandoned the monster leaving it to wander in the forest of Bavaria. Without memory or knowledge the monster lived on its instincts - occasionally approaching humans in a quest for friendship. Understandably people feared the monster and often attacked it, which created within the creature a deep-seeded hatred of all humanity, but in its creator most of all.
Eventually the monster's quest for vengeance upon Dr. Frankenstein lead to the apparent demise of both creator and creature - although it was assumed the monster became frozen in the wastelands of the Arctic, he survived and swam south making his way to the United States were he became associated with the secret organization S.H.A.D.E.
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