Boris Karloff This is the only Internet location authorized and maintained by the descendants of Boris Karloff, the great Master of Horror.
Cryptoys Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein action figures, hand puppet and other toys.
Electric Frankenstein! featuring over 180 of the world's best illustration Artists! Book review and some illustrations.
Frankenstein Jr. the 18 cartoons episode guide on the Big Cartoon Database.
Hallucinations featuring Frankenstein. French novels and comics written by Benoît Becker, the pseudonym of Jean-Claude Carrière.
Mary Shelley and Frankenstein: essays, links and sources.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, the online version of the book.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in Art, Illustration, and Sculpture This page is meant to highlight the works of artists depicting the book true to its intentions in non-cinematic media that are without similarity to the 1930's Karloff-type images that are inaccurate.
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Chronology & Resource Site - Scholarly Resources, Romantic Circles.
McFarlane's Monsters: sketches, sculpture, and images of his Frankenstein action figure.
Frankenstein video animation made with LEGO by Nosniborus Productions.
Project Gutenberg version of Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley to download or read online.
RSS version of Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley. With a feedreader, you can be served a small piece of the text every day. That way, you can even read large and dense texts without any problems as they are being doled out 'a cup at a time'.
Sexual Subversion: The Bride of Frankenstein - No institution - society, religion, marriage, or heterosexuality - was safe from the penetrating queer eye of James Whale.
Technology and its dangerous effects on nature and human life as perceived in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and William Gibson's Neuromancer by Orlin Damyanov.
The Frankenstein Monster: description, origins, story, Shelley, movies and symbol.
The Gallery of Monster Toys - Frankenstein toys from 60's, 70's and 80's.
The New Adventures of Frankenstein by Donald F. Glut, review by Curt from The Groovy Age of Horror.
Wikipedia article about Frankenstein.