Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein: Prodigal Son

It seems like the stories of Dean Koontz are among the hottest properties for adapting into graphic novels at the moment, with this Frankenstein story following hot on the heels of In Odd We Trust. Koontz’s version of Frankenstein is just as interested in body parts as Mary Shelley’s original mad scientist, but Victor Helios is a modern-day madman, and prefers his parts to be a little fresher – ideally straight from the victim.

Adapted for comics by Chuck Dixon, this is the first volume follows Detective Carson O’Connor as she tries to find out who’s behind the murders, and why the they need so many fresh body parts.

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